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Each year school districts in Georgia are required to submit a plan to the state on how they will spend federal grant money. As part of our plan, we would like parent, community, and staff input. Please take a few minutes to complete this short survey.
Please click on the link below for the FY 24 RCSS CLIP Stakeholder Input Survey.
Thank you for your support. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Amy Pruitt at 706-212-4350.
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Did You Know?

Rabun County Schools has five SROs.  Our resource officers are sworn law enforcement officers who work in our schools.

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Where are they Now?

Andy Hunter graduated from Rabun County High School with the class of 1972.

While attending Rabun County High School, Mr. Hunter began working at Mason’s Supermarket part-time in the evenings after school. Upon his graduation, he began working full-time at Mason’s Supermarket while also completing a few other side jobs like grass cutting.

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Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year!

Words2 Reading

The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement has developed and launched  Words2Reading, a web-based literacy resource for families, caregivers, and teachers of children ages birth to eight. 

The website, which is easily accessible on mobile phones, provides resources with easy-to-use learning tips and opportunities.  GOSA has partnered with Georgia-based organizations and other high-quality providers to bring families, caregivers and teacher the best tools for to help increase language and literacy development and to increase school readiness and success.  Additional quality resources will be curated and added continually as they are identified and tagged.

Words2Reading also provides an accessible opportunity for parents to subscribe to Ready4KGA, an evidence-based text messaging program for families of newborns to 5 years that is provided at no cost. Each week, subscribers receive fun facts and easy tips that can easily increase children’s learning.


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