It certainly is hard to believe that the 20-21 school year is upon us! We have seen another 136 students graduate from the Brave Nation, and we are gearing up for another...
The Heard County School System released the following weekly report for the week of 11/20/2020. Click on the link below to access the report.WEEKLY COVID-19 REPORT FOR...
Article provided by The Heard Citizen2020 Reach Scholars (L-R): Trystan Rowell, Douglas Chaffin, Christopher Lovelace, Amya Heath, and Madison Lucas (Photo: HCSS)(Franklin,...
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Don't forget to sign up for your FREE meal package for your virtual learners! We offer contactless pick-up to keep you and our staff safe. And it's so easy! Take a break between 11:30 am and 1 pm, drive behind the High School, across from the softball field/tennis courts. Shoot us a text when you arrive and we'll bring out your meal package!
Sign up before midnight! Use this form ( https://www.jotform.com/form/203333665255050) to request meals for all Heard County Students you have in your household that are learning virtually right now.
Tomorrow's menu can be viewed at Mealviewer.com. Choose the High School to see the virtual meal options. Each student receives a hot lunch for the day and a breakfast for the next morning, for FREE!view image
Over the past few days, Heard County System officials have been made aware of several new active COVID 19 cases at Heard County Middle School. Currently, HCMS has 14 active cases. This is an increase of 13 since the last day of school on November 20th. After much thought and consultation with the Department of Public Health, Heard County Middle School will switch to virtual learning for the week of November 30th. All middle school students will be expected to work online through their Google Classroom accounts those five days. Students who do not have internet access, please contact the school at 706-675-9247 in order to make arrangements.
ALL other schools in the district will resume normal operations on Monday, November 30th.