November 19, 2015

Colquitt County School System would like to wish 

each of you a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday!  

A reminder:  All schools and offices will be closed the week November 23rd through November 27th.  

Classes will resume on November 30th.

November 9, 2015

District Makes Great Gains in Graduation Rate

Colquitt County High School’s most recent public high school graduation rate has been released by the Georgia Department of Education. We are pleased to announce that the graduation rate rose more than 11 percentage points over the previous year from 81.80 to 93.156 percent. Colquitt County High School far surpassed the average graduation rate of 78.744 for the state of Georgia.
Click here for full press release.

November 6, 2015

Stringfellow Elementary School Teacher Named Colquitt County Schools' 
Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mrs. Latonya Knighton-Bennett (center) fifth grade teacher at Stringfellow was named Colquitt County Schools' Teacher of the Year.  Mrs. Tammy Maxwell (left) Colquitt County High School math teacher and Susie Walden (right) C.A. Gray Junior High School math teacher were named as finalist.  

Click here for information on the Teachers of the Year from each location.

October 6, 2015

State Health Benefit Plan - Open Enrollment Dates
October 19th (12:00 am)- November 6th (11:59 pm)
Open Enrollment meetings at schools coming soon.

2016 SHBP Decision Guide | SHBP Video Guide2016 SHBP Rates 

SHBP Employee Enrollment Portal

October 29, 2015

Stringfellow Elementary Staff "Pink Out"

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Colquitt Regional Medical Center donated pink t-shirts to the faculty and staff of Stringfellow Elementary. On today, staff members wore their shirts to show their support. We think Colquitt Regional Medical Center for taking the lead in the fight against breast cancer!


October 28, 2015Storybook Pumpkin Contest

Norman Park Elementary School kicked off its annual Storybook Pumpkin contest.

Homeroom classes and other staff members used pumpkins to create their favorite story book characters.  Students will vote for their favorite pumpkin by voting with their spare change.  Not only does this contest get students excited about reading, it is used to help raise money for our local Colquitt County United Way campaign.  

Feel free to stop by the Norman Park Elementary School media center to vote for your favorite Storybook Pumpkin.

October 28, 2015


The CCHS Competition Cheerleaders took first place at their competition
at Columbus State College earlier this month. 


October 27, 2015

Sunset Elementary's Edible Book Fair

To kick off this year’s reading campaign, students and teachers at Sunset Elementary School participated in a book-themed dress up day and edible book fair. Cakes, cupcakes, and other treats lined the tables in the media center representing categories like classic book, children’s book, and spooky book. Prizes were awarded for the top three entries in each category as well as Drop Dead Gorgeous, People’s Choice, Most “Pun”-derful, and School Governance Team Award. Sunset’s first ever edible book fair was a great success!

October 15, 2015

National Walk to School Day

Sunset Elementary School had a very unique way of participating in National Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 7, 2015.  Staff members and students, who had permission, were bused to Moultrie Municipal Airport and walked to Sunset via the bike trail.  They were also joined by several parents.  Two officers from our local Sheriff's Department supervised traffic for all walkers while crossing the road.  Officers Roosevelt Hampton and Jamie Smith made sure the event was safe and fun for all.  Sunset was proud of all the participants and hopes to make this an annual event!

October 15, 2015

Willie J. Williams
Parent Involvement in the Classroom: 

Railey and her mom Tammy along with her classmate Lana demonstrate how to make homemade doughnuts in Mrs. Hunnicutt's Family and Consumer Science Class.

October 15, 2015

CCHS - New Facility and New Traditions

Colquitt County High School opened its doors to some 1700 students in August, and with new beginnings comes change.  Rituals and routines have had to be worked through and adjusted to meet the needs and safety of students and staff in various areas.  

Informed decisions with long-range goals in mind have been made, as plans for the 2015-2016 Jr. Sr. Prom are well under way. Colquitt County High School Principal Stephanie Terrell and her administrative team began discussions about the viability of continuing the Grand March portion of the Jr. Sr. Prom in the spring of 2015.

Click for full press release. 

October 12, 2015

Softball Champions!

Congratulations to the South Georgia Athletic Conference softball champions. These girls worked hard all season and it showed by accumulating the most wins in middle school history going 20-2.They avenged 1 of their earlier losses by beating Coffee County in the championship game 13-0.

Team Members: Kelsie Patel, Sarah Harrell, Marlie Wingate, Callie Faircloth, Abeny Thomas, Abbie Allegood, Brooke Durrence, Dontayshia Wilson, Graci Long, Hannah Welch, Hannah Hood, Nya Brown, Olivia Chatman, Chloe Sumner.  Coaches: Spenser Richardson and Craig Pitts.


October 12, 2015


Packer Point of Pride!

Congratulations to Colquitt County's 50th Regiment on a 3rd place overall finish at the Coffee Marching Invitational on Saturday October 10th in Douglas, GA. The band received straight superiors, 1st place percussion, drum majors, and band in class. Also, 2nd place guard in class. 


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Local School Governance Teams - 2015-2016 Meeting Schedule 

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Charter System Petition - Final (Revised 1/12/15) - Approved April 2, 2015
Revised Charter System Petition approved January 12, 2015 by Colquitt County Board of Education.  Petition submitted to the Georgia State Board of Education for approval. 

Charter System Public Hearings
Overview of Charter System for Public Hearings
Colquitt County School System Seeks Charter System Status  

Exhibit 10 - Annual Financial Audit

Exhibit 11 - Accreditation Report

Exhibit 12 - Strategic Plan

Exhibit 13 - Charter School Accountability Report

Accreditation Report

Community/System Profile - "A Closer Look"

Communications Plan

System Improvement Plan


Please review the System's Continuous Improvement Plan and send comments or suggestions to James Harrell or Dr. Todd Cason .

Historical Test Data


CCHS Construction Video Progress

To access on-going construction progress click the link below.  However, please read the instructions below before proceeding.

The video will be on the left-hand portion of the JCI-General Contractors web page. Click on the tab "Image Archives" then on "Job Site", then click on the play button.  If you want to enlarge the video to full screen click on the "Toggle Full Screen" icon in the icons at the top right of the screen.

This website will document the construction every 15 minutes of day during daylight hours.

Pre-Kindergarten Registration

CRCT Resources

CRCT Parent Brochure 2014 (Under “Helpful Resources”)
CRCT Study Guides (Under “Helpful Resources” > “Student Guides”)


Revisions have been made to the CRCT Study Guides as a result of the transition to the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) in the content areas of Reading, English Language Arts, and Mathematics.  

We hope that parents, students, and teachers find these items helpful.  If you experience difficultly in downloading the guides, right-click on the link and select “Save Target As”.  You can then save the guide(s) to your Desktop or another location of your choice.

Georgia Special Needs Scholarship

Georgia Special Need Scholarship Program

The Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (GSNS) Program is a parental choice program for special needs students attending Georgia public schools who are served under an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

The following provides information regarding eligibility and the different choice options available under the GSNS Program for the
2013-2014 school year.

Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Letter:  English | Español

The GSNS web page: has all information regarding the program.

Parent Involvement


Get involved.  Please review the Colquitt County School System's Parent Involvement Policy.  You may email your suggestions or comments to or mail them to James Harrell at P.O. Box 2708 - Moultrie, GA  31776.

Parent Survey

Dear Parent/Guardian,


Colquitt County Schools  are Title I schools and as the parent/guardian of a child attending a Title I school you are an important part of the Title I team.  Your input is vital in the planning and implementation of the parent involvement program and activities in our school.  In an effort to improve student academic achievement, we ask that you complete the following survey used to design a compact that will outline shared responsibilities of parents, school staff and students.  We appreciate your feedback and thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.                                                                        

Estimado padre/Tutor,

Condado de Colquitt las Escuelas son escuelas del Título I y como el padre/tutor de un niño que asiste a una escuela Título I es una parte importante del equipo del Título I. su comentario es de vital importancia en la planificación y ejecución de la participación del programa y actividades de padres en nuestra escuela. En un esfuerzo por mejorar rendimiento académico de los estudiantes le pedimos que complete la siguiente encuesta para el diseño el compacto a escuela-padre y la política padres participantes en que se indicarán las responsabilidades de los padres compartida con el personal de la escuela y los estudiantes. Le agradecemos sus comentarios y gracias por tomar el tiempo para completar esta encuesta.

Parents Right to Know

Section 504

School Quality and Improvement Survey

Survey links below.



Parents (Spanish)  Los padres (En español):


Youth Mentoring Opportunities

Interested in volunteering in one of our schools in Colquitt County? If so,
please contact the Moultrie YMCA at 985-1154 .

Visit the Moultrie Y home page. Located under the programs tab is YMentors.  Click to view the "YMentor" video for more information.

Find resources for families at Colquitt County Family Connection, and come find us on Facebook!
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Parent Links

Welcome to the Colquitt County Campus Portal!  Here you will find instant access to accurate, current and confidential information about your child(ren)'s school, attendance, grades, class
                           assignments and more!

Click here for instructions.

2015-2016 School Calendar (Approved 01/12/15)  

HB91 - Graduation Petition Process for CCHS Students - Governor Nathan Deal signed House Bill 91 into law on March 30, thereby creating new code section, O.C.G.A. §20-2-281.1.  This law provided that students shall no longer be required to earn a passing score on any graduation tests to earn a high school diploma.

School Choice
Under the 2009 state law (O.C.G.A. 20-2-2131), parents/guardians may request a transfer to another school within the Colquitt County School District.  

Notice to Parents
Please click the link to read the system guidelines for
Testing Out to Receive High School Course Credit Using the End of Course (EOC) Tests

Georgia Milestone Assessment System Overview (Video)

Note:  The Georgia Department of Education has advised that 14-15 Georgia Milestone test results are projected to be available in October.

Questions should be directed to an administrator at your child(ren)'s school.

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Colquitt County School System is committed to providing all students with a safe and civil school environment in which all members of the school community are treated with dignity and respect. In accordance with federal, state, and local policies, procedures and practices, Colquitt County School System expressly prohibits the bullying, harassment or intimidation of any person, by any means or method, which occurs on school property, on school vehicles, at designated school bus stops, or at school related functions or activities, or by use of data or software that is accessed through a computer, computer system, computer network, or other electronic technology of a local school system. Students who witness bullying or who are victims of bullying behaviors should make a report to a teacher or school administrator so that an appropriate investigation can take place. If, after an investigation, a student is found to be in violation of the Code of Conduct bullying policy, the student shall be disciplined by appropriate measures up to, and including, suspension and expulsion. Retaliation following a report of bullying is strictly prohibited and may result in strong disciplinary action. For more information on the Colquitt County School System’s policies on bullying click HERETo report a bullying incident, complete this FORM and submit it to any school administrator.

  The Colquitt County School System uses the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification system.  We began implementing E-verify on  November 1, 2011.  Our federal User Identification Number is 451541 .

Mission Statement:  The Colquitt County School System is committed to the daily pursuit of excellence in student achievement while working with parents and the community to serve the needs of all children in a positive and safe environment.

The Colquitt County Board of Education is an equal opportunity provider and employer and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, political affiliation, disability, genetic information and testing, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. We prohibit retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination.