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  • Independent Learning for Hart County Charter System

    UPDATE: 

    April 23, 2020-- Hart County Schools families, please note a few updates regarding learning packets and meal distribution announced today. The last round of learning packets will be distributed at elementary schools from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, April 27, for 1st-5th grades and Tuesday, April 28, for Pre-K and Kindergarten. At the time of pick up, please return the second learning packet (your child is currently working on the second packet) and any other completed work. Please make sure your child’s packet is clearly labeled with his/her first and last name. You may also return any library books that you are finished reading.

    The last learning packets are due back to school from 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Friday, May 15 for Pre-K through 2nd grade, and Monday, May 18 for 3rd-5th grades. Please make sure that all completed learning packets, Chromebooks, textbooks, library books, and any other school materials are turned in on these dates.

    Schools are currently working on refunds for field trip payments, and are still waiting on payment to be returned from several vendors. Refunds will be available for pick-up at assigned schools from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, May 15 for Pre-K through 2nd grade, and Monday, May 18 for 3rd-5th grades.

    Additionally, meal distribution will resume on Monday, April 27. Meals will be distributed on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays through the end of the school year. The last day for meal distribution will be Thursday, May 14. You may pick up meals your assigned elementary school between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., and bus distribution will also occur for those who are signed up.

    If you have any additional questions, please be in touch with your school and please stay connected through their website and social media pages as updates are provided.


    April 13, 2020--  Hart County Schools families, please note a few changes starting today. You may pick up new work packets from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, April 13, or Tuesday, April 14, at your assigned school. If you have any questions, please contact you schools as you have been assigned in the past two weeks.

    Meal distribution schedules have also been altered. Starting Monday, April 13, you may pick up meals on from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at your assigned elementary school. You will receive two days worth of meals on Mondays and Thursdays. If you require meals to be brought to you, please contact Nutrition Director Courtney Hart to see if you qualify and to make arrangements. She can be reached at chart@hart.k12.ga.us or 706-856-7294.

    Hart County Charter System has announced that May 15, 2020 will be the last day of the academic year. Online learning and grading will continue through Friday, May 15. Distribution schedules associated with work packets will be communicated by principals.
     
    A Google map to area WiFi Smartbus locations can be found on our website, here
     
    For additional information regarding instructional techonology, click here https://www.hart.k12.ga.us/Page/152
     
    Graduation will be postponed, not canceled. Once public gatherings are permissible, a graduation date will be established and announced.
     
    The system will utilize May 18-27 for finalizing grades, collecting Chromebooks, creating remediation and acceleration plans for the 2020-2021 school year, collecting completed work packets, and cleaning classrooms.
     
    Registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten has been postponed and new days and times will be announced at a later date.
     
    Please stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for any additional details during this ever-evolving situation.

    Thank you for your continued patience and support as we all strive to adjust during this ever-evolving situation. We are #OneHartBeat strong!

     


    April 2, 2020-- On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Gov. Brian Kemp issued an Executive Order will close school campuses for the remainder of the school year to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

    Hart County Charter System has announced that May 15, 2020 will be the last day of the academic year. Online learning and grading will continue through Friday, May 15. Distribution schedules associated with work packets will be communicated by principals.
     
    Graduation will be postponed, not canceled. Once public gatherings are permissible, a graduation date will be established and announced.
     
    The system will utilize May 18-27 for finalizing grades, collecting Chromebooks, creating remediation and acceleration plans for the 2020-2021 school year, collecting completed work packets, and cleaning classrooms.
     
    Please stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for any additional details during this ever-evolving situation.
     
    Thank you for your continued support of the Hart County Charter System! We are #OneHartBeat strong! 

    April 1, 2020-- In accordance with Gov. Brian Kemp’s executive order announced today, the Hart County Charter System will remain closed for in-person learning throughout the 2019-2020 school year. Students will continue completing work packets and electronic learning assignments for the duration of April and May.

    Details regarding the distribution of additional work packets for younger students as well as the collection of district-owned materials, such as Chromebooks, will be communicated at a later date.

    We recognize these challenging times, and we are extremely thankful for the partnerships between parents, teachers and administrators. Parents, please continue to share your child’s strength and at-home learning experiences with us. If we can be of assistance to your family during this time, let us know. We are here to serve you throughout the coming days and weeks.

    Please note meal distribution will continue, however it will not be held April 6-10 for Spring Break.

    Please continue communication with your school and your child’s teachers.

    Please check back here and to our Facebook  page for any updates as this is an ever-evolving situation. Independent learning days will continue, with Smartbus WiFi locations accessible throughout the county. 

    For Hart County Wifi Smartbus locations, click here: Google map

    For additional information regarding instructional techonology, click here https://www.hart.k12.ga.us/Page/152

    Schools will remain on Spring Break from April 6-10. Announcements regarding prom and senior graduation will be announced at a later date.

    Meal distribution will continue at elementary schools for students 18 years-old and younger, from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. on regular school days. Meals will not be distributed during Spring Break.

    Registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten has been postponed and new days and times will be announced at a later date. 

    Additional details will be provided as they are known.


     

    March 26, 2020-- Following an Executive Order mandated for the state by Gov. Brian Kemp today, Hart County Schools will remain closed for in-person instruction through April 24th, and students may return on Monday, April 27th. Prior to this date, the Governor will make a decision on the remainder of the school year.

    Please check back here and to our Facebook  page for any updates as this is an ever-evolving situation. Independent learning days will continue, with Smartbus WiFi locations accessible throughout the county. 

    For Hart County Wifi Smartbus locations, click here: Google map

    For additional information regarding instructional techonology, click here https://www.hart.k12.ga.us/Page/152

    Schools will remain on Spring Break from April 6-10. Announcements regarding prom and senior graduation will be announced at a later date.

    Meal distribution will continue at elementary schools for students 18 years-old and younger, from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. on regular school days. Meals will not be distributed during Spring Break.

    Registration for Pre-K and Kindergarten has been postponed and new days and times will be announced at a later date. 

     


    March 19, 2020-- Due to school closures because of COVID-19, Hart County Charter System will be implementing online learning starting Monday, March 23.  Teachers and schools will continue to communicate with students and parents about what is expected. Please be in constant communication with your child's teacher to ensure you have the resources necessary.  

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District Announcements

  • Hart County families, please note the following dates and information regarding Kindergarten registration for the 2020-2021 school year:

    South Hart Elementary:  Tuesday, June 16, 2020

    Hartwell Elementary:  Wednesday, June 17, 2020

    North Hart Elementary:  Thursday, June 18, 2020

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  • yga  Hart County Schools are proud and excited to announce 12 students from all five Hart schools have been named as FY20 Young Georgia Authors in the statewide competition. Sponsored by the Georgia Language Arts Supervisors (GLAS) and the Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) network with support from the Georgia Department of Education, the purpose of the Young Georgia Authors (YGA) writing competition is to encourage students to develop enthusiasm for and expertise in writing, to provide a context to celebrate writing successes, and to recognize student achievement in arts and academics.

    For more than two decades, this competition has been open to any student enrolled in Georgia public schools, kindergarten- 12th grade. In Hart County, competition winners were selected at every grade level.  

    From Hart, the following students were named for their stories:

    • Kindergarten: Grayson Morris, South Hart Elementary School
    • First grade: Sam Moss, North Hart Elementary School
    • Second grade: Asher Marchman, Hartwell Elementary School
    • Third grade: Joniyah, Glaze, Hartwell Elementary School
    • Fourth grade: Kaelynn Shapland, South Hart Elementary School
    • Fifth grade: Jackson Carter, Hartwell Elementary School
    • Sixth grade: Juliette Cason, Hart County Middle School
    • Seventh grade: Lake Dickenson, Hart County Middle School
    • Eighth grade: Isabella Chitwood, Hart County Middle School
    • Ninth grade: Madeline Owens, Hart County High School
    • Tenth grade: Ken’Asia Johnson, Hart County High School
    • Eleventh grade: Chess Mitchell, Hart County High School
    • Twelfth grade: Omari Durrett, Hart County High School

    Hart County High School Winners, L-R: 

    Ken’Asia Johnson, tenth grade; Madeline Owens, ninth grade; Omari Durrett, twelfth grade; Chess Mitchell, eleventh grade

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    Hart County Middle School Winners, L-R: 

    Bella Chitwood, eighth grade; Lake Dickenson, seventh grade; Juliette Cason, sixth grade

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    North Hart Elementary School Winner, Sam Moss:

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    Hartwell Elementary School Winners, L-R: 

    Asher Marchman, second grade; Joniyah Glaze, third grade; Jackson Carter, fifth grade

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    South Hart Elementary School Winners, L-R: 

    Grayson Morris, kindergarten; Kaelynn Shapland, fourth grade

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    Congratulations to these students for their hard work and creativity! 

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  • By Drew Dotson

    The Hartwell Sun

    Wednesday, January 8, 2020

    smith logo   A glimpse into history that is usually reserved for the Smithsonian Museums in Washington D.C. has arrived in downtown Hartwell. Four unique poster exhibits are on display this month at the Hartwell Art Center.
    The exhibits were provided to Hartwell Main Street  Program by the Smithsonian Institute Traveling Exhibition.

    The program offers exhibitions to museums, libraries, science centers, historical societies, community centers, botanical gardens, schools and other institutions across the country. The program provides printable posters for the communities to display for educational purposes for free.


    “Oftentimes in communities across the country we don’t have the opportunity to go to Washington D.C. to see the Smithsonian, so they work to bring the Smithsonian to communities,” Hartwell Main Street director Jason Ford said.

    There are currently four poster exhibits at the art center, each with about eight posters. The Choosing to Participate exhibit  encourages people to participate in the government and shows how they can get involved. Destination Moon tells the story of the Apollo 11 mission and has photos of the moon landing. Righting a Wrong is about the incarceration of Japanese people and Japanese-Americans during World War II. World War I: Lessons and Legacies examines the way the war led to changes in America’s culture, technology, economy and role in the world.

    The exhibits are currently at the Art Center and will be there until Feb. 1. The exhibits are free and open to public from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.   

    More exhibits are available through the SITES program and Ford is hoping to add more in the future if there is good feedback from the community. He is also hopeful that the school system will make use of the exhibit and that it can become an attraction in downtown for residents of Hartwell and Hart County.

    “I like the idea of the educational component, the history component, and just having something a little bit different in our downtown to give people the opportunity to come into town, see a little bit of the art, see a little bit of the posters,  get a little bit of dinner, get a little bit of shopping and you can make a day of it,” Ford said.

    There will be an opening reception for the exhibit from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 6, at The Art Center is at 338 E. Howell St. in downtown Hartwell.

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  • banner  Five Georgia school districts are included on the College Board’s 10th Annual AP District Honor Roll, with Hart County Schools among them, the organization announced this week.

    “Our teachers are doing a great job preparing students at an early age. One of our goals is to provide equal access to the curriculum for all students. We are committed to finding a pathway for every student. I am grateful to our high school administrators and teachers for standing in the gap to provide the best education possible. We are #onehartbeat,” said Hart County School Superintendent Jaybez Floyd.  

    The AP District Honor Roll is a roster of districts that are increasing access to Advanced Placement (AP) coursework while maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP exams. The five Georgia districts honored are:

    • Coweta County Schools
    • Dade County Schools
    • Forsyth County Schools
    • Hart County Schools
    • Whitfield County Schools

    “Our number-one focus is on expanding opportunities for students in Georgia’s public schools,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “I commend these districts as they expand access to advanced coursework for their students, while maintaining a high standard of performance.”

    The College Board describes its AP District Honor Roll as “a roster of districts that are simultaneously expanding opportunity and improving performance.” Districts identified had to, since 2017, increase the number of students participating in AP while also increasing or maintaining the percentage of students earning AP exam scores of 3 or higher.

    “With more students participating and succeeding in AP…more students are getting a head start on college by earning college credit during high school,” said Trevor Packer, senior vice president of AP and Instruction at the College Board. “We are pleased to honor the teachers and administrators who have worked to clear a path for more students of all backgrounds to advance through AP.”

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  • We're so excited to announce and invite you to the dedication ceremony of the Hart County High School basketball court! Please join us at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, for this exciting ceremony! 

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