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  • Hart County Charter System officials invite citizens to give their input on the Hart County Charter
    System’s 2018 - 2019 Comprehensive Needs Assessment and District Improvement Plan. These documents are the basis of how the school district will budget and spend federal funds to enhance the
    academic achievement of all students.

    In addition, officials are seeking input for the 2018 - 2019 Title I Schoolwide Improvement Plans
    and the 2018 - 2019 Hart County Charter System Parent/Family Engagement Plan. The plans will be available for review in the Professional Learning Room from 1:00 – 3:00 on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 and 10:00 – 12:00 on Wednesday, July 25, 2018.

    The Professional Learning Room is located in the Board of Education Office at 284 Campbell Drive in
    Hartwell. Parents who review these documents will be encouraged to provide written feedback. In
    addition, you may view the documents on the Hart County Charter System’s website at
    www.hart.k12.ga.us. Comments are welcomed and can be emailed to jcarter@hart.k12.ga.us or
    lamar.scott@hart.k12.ga.us.

    For more information, contact Jennifer Carter, Associate Superintendent, or Lamar Scott, Title I Director, by email or by phone at 706-376-5141.

     

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  • Georgia House Bill 251 provides an Intradistrict transfer option to students when a school within
    their system has additional classroom space available within a particular school. This option
    does not apply to Hart County considering the district is a charter system. However, the system
    does offer parents the opportunity to request a transfer of schools at the elementary level
    following the process described below.

    Parent Responsibilities

    As a parent or guardian, you can request to have your child transferred to another public school
    within the school district of residence as long as the school district has determined that there is
    available classroom space at the school after all assigned students have been enrolled. If you
    choose to transfer your child to another school within the district, the law requires you to assume
    all costs and responsibilities related to the transportation of your child to and from the school as
    long as your child remains at that school.


    Transfer requests will be reviewed and approved or denied on the basis of a lottery in the event a
    particular school has available space and the number of transfer requests exceeds the remaining
    available capacity. Once available classroom space is reached at a school, no more transfers will
    be accepted at that school. Since it is possible that you may not receive your first choice, you
    may indicate more than one choice on the enclosed Transfer Request Form. In order to process
    your request and be considered in the first lottery drawing for any available spaces, you will
    need to complete and submit the ‘Transfer Request Form’ by the close of business on July 16,
    2018. You will be notified of the status (approved or denied) of your request no later than the
    twentieth day of school.


    The following schools and grade levels within those schools currently have space for transfers:

    • Hartwell Elementary-All Grade Levels
    • North Hart Elementary-Grades K, 2, 3, 4, and 5 (First grade has no openings.)
    • South Hart Elementary-Grades K, 1, 2, 4, and 5 (Third grade has no openings.)

    If you have questions regarding this process, please call 706-376-5141 or email
    jcarter@hart.k12.ga.us.

    Transfer Request Form

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  • The Hart College and Career Academy and Athens Technical College would like to gauge interest in continuing education or personal enrichment courses for adults at the college and career academy. Please complete the survey below to share your thoughts.

    http://bit.ly/HCCAContEdSurvey

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