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Peach County Schools

Peach County School District has six (6) schools: Byron Elementary (grades K-5), Byron Middle (grades 6-8), Hunt Elementary (grades K-5), Kay Road Elementary (grades K-5), Fort Valley Middle (grades 6-8) and Peach County High School (grades 9-12). All six (6) schools are Title I schools. The District has a FTE enrollment count of 3,782 students. Read More...
Connection for Classrooms Grant

Peach County Schools has been awarded a $1.2 million grant. The grant is from Connections for Classrooms, which is a collaborative funding effort between the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement, the Georgia Department of Education and the One Georgia Authority. The main purpose of this grant is ensure that all classrooms across the state have access to high speed internet connections which are required for digital and blended learning.

My Teacher is TOPS!

It's the first year Kris Smith has been teaching, and he won "My Teacher is Tops."

"I'm about to brag to all my friends, all the other teachers, like 'I don't know about y'all but I'm doing big things over there at Hunt Elementary School'," he said.

Taylor Clay nominated the Fort Valley graduate. Since she wasn't there, her classmate read why Smith is tops. "He helps me understand stuff I didn't know before, and he is nice, sweet and kind," wrote Clay.


Trojan Softball

The Peach County softball team won five games in two days to claim the Crawford County tournament title.

The Trojans defeated Mount de Sales 8-0 and Lamar County 6-5 on Friday, then they beat Crawford County 8-7 and Lamar County 7-5 on Saturday before topping Putnam County 14-4 in the championship game.

Erica Colwell was the winning pitcher in three of Peach County’s games. She was named the tournament MVP.

This is the first time in the school history that the Lady Trojans has won first place.

Peach County (5-1) hosts Southwest at 5 p.m. on Tuesday.

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