October 25, 2014


October 22, 2014

Colquitt County Selected to Participate in Early Education Empowerment Zone

Colquitt County was among five counties (Cook, Brooks,
Lowndes, and Echols) recently selected for the Early Education Empowerment Zone, E3Z, for South Georgia. The E3Zs are regions of the state with large populations of under-served young children with high needs and community capacity and willingness to devote resources toward delivering services to help reduce the achievement gap.  Click here for full press release.

October 20, 2014



The Colquitt County High School 50th Regiment competed in Blackshear, GA at The Sound of Silver contest at Pierce County High School.  Students received straight superior ratings as well as won 3rd place best in class drum major, 2nd place best in class auxiliary, 1st place best in class percussion, and 2nd place best in class band. 

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November 7, 2014 | 7:30 PM

Packers vs Camden County High School
Listen live on Crusin' 94

Pre-game Supper hosted by G.E.A.R Gifted Center
Cost: $8 | Menu: Marinated Pork Roast, Scallop Potatoes, Green Beans, Roll and Cinnamon Roll. | Pick-up from 5:00-7:00 and dine-in from 5:30-7:30

Tickets: Candace Ruis  921-3785 | Bill Bishop  456-1910
Andy Harden  357-0226 | GEAR 890-6185

October 9, 2014
Attention Colquitt County School System Employees:

Open Enrollment dates are Oct 27th (opens 12:01 am) - Nov 14, 2014 (closes 5:00 pm)

The 2015 Active Employee Decision Guide can be viewed/printed at
You will also find other helpful information on the SHBP website, including a video about next year's plan changes.
October 9, 2014

Sunset's Reading Kickoff Tailgate Party

Parents and students were invited to Sunset's Literacy night where they visited their child's classroom and received information about reading and their child's reading progress.   

At the Reading Tailgate Party, students received a free book. The Colquitt County Packer cheerleaders and Boss Hog joined the party and were a big hit with Sunset students.

October 6, 2014

Funston Elementary School Flipped Over Reading


The Colquitt County gymnastics team helped Funston Elementary School students at their reading kick-off as they "Flipped Over Reading" under the big top.   

October 6, 2014

Great Food and Fun For Spirit Night

Norman Park’s Spirit Night at Chick-Fil-A on Thursday, September 25th was a great success.   Good food and fun was had by all.  The highlight of the night was a milk shake drinking contest where Mr. Stacey Rutledge, principal at Norman Park and Michelle Daniels, Assistant Principal challenged Mr. Keith Adams, principal at Sunset Elementary and longtime principal at Norman Park.   It was a close contest but Mr. Rutledge and Mr. Adams tied.  Thanks to Chick-Fil-A for supporting our schools.   

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