• 2021-2022

      Hart County Middle School 

      School Governance Team 

      Purpose of school Governance Team:

      The role of the School Governance Team is to be a liaison between the school leadership and the community to discuss school needs. Members of the SGT discuss, assist in the creation of, and share school improvement plans and goals. Ultimately, the goal of SGT is to celebrate and promote student success.

      Current Team Members: 


    • Dr. Jacqueline Brock, HCMS Principal

    • Mr. John Lorentson, Parent Representative (Chair)

    • Mrs. Rosemary Singleton, 7th Grade Parent Representative

    • Colonel Chris Carter, 7th Grade Parent Representative

    • Ms. Jannita Glenn, Elementary Liaison Representative

    • Mr. Kevin Allen, 6th Grade Parent Representative

    • Ms. Melissa Green, Community Representative

    • Mr. Tommy Hughes, HCMS Teacher Representative

    • Mrs. Allison Cape, HCMS Teacher Representative


      Parent Representatives are elected by the parents of the school community and serve for terms up to three years depending on what grade level they are initially elected to represent.  

      Business/Community & Elementary Liaison Representatives are elected by the school Governance Team Members.

      Teacher Representatives are appointed by the Principal.

    The Hart County Board of Education and all School Governance Teams within the district utilize eBoard. eBoard is an online board manangement solution used to streamline meetings, policies, strategic plans, and evaluations. A link to the district's eBoard transparency portal site can be found on the homepage of the district and all schools' website under Quick Links or at www.hart.k12.ga.us/eboard. This site contains meeting agendas, minutes, board policies, etc. For more information about eBoard, please contact the HCCS office at 706-376-5141.

     All SGT Meetings are held in the HCMS Data Room

    **Any citizen wishing to appear on the agenda for SGT meetings may contact any of the above members within 5 school business days prior to the meeting.  Citizens will have three (3) minutes to make a verbal presentation.