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Computer science has become a high-demand career across multiple industries and includes skills all students need to learn. This grant will provide funding for teachers to participate in professional learning opportunities, including credential programs.
The purpose of the grant is to support students that are traditionally missing from computer science classes and ultimately all students in Georgia. Districts serving a high…
What is the five-year projection for collections based on?It is based on previous history with collected sales tax revenue.
What is the E-SPLOST rate?A one-cent sales tax.
Columbus is now at an eight-percent sales tax rate. Will an E-SPLOST increase the sales tax to nine percent?We are not proposing an increase to the sales tax rate. We are asking for a continuation of the E-SPLOST which has been passed in 1997, 2003, 2009, and 2015.
Are there any scheduled sales for surplus/life-cycled…
As part of a long-standing partnership with CSU, teaching contracts with MCSD are guaranteed to all CSU College of Education and Health Professions graduates who meet the necessary requirements.
The following graduates received an offer of employment with the District:
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“It is gratifying to report our continued progress toward all-time highs, on our composite score and in the areas of Reading and English, while also continuing to close the gap with the state average. Although our number of test-takers for the…
Columbus, GA - The Muscogee County School District has launched a new school safety tip reporting service that allows students, staff, and parents to submit safety concerns to District administration via phone, text, email, or a website. This service is administered by SafeSchools Alert and allows users to submit reports on bullying, threats of violence, harassment, mental health concerns, weapons, and drug incidents.
Through the SafeSchools Alert mobile app, parents, students, and faculty can quickly submit tips or report incidents 24/7. In addition, users can easily attach videos,…
SafeSchools Alert is our district's tip reporting service. If you have information about a threat to our safety, or to report a bullying incident, do your part and report it! And remember, you can remain anonymous.
Submit a report through these easy options:
Or call us our anonymous tip line: 762-583-9079
Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.Benjamin Franklin