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    As directed by Governor Brian Kemp during a Press Conference today, Peach County Schools will remain closed for in-person instruction for the remainder of the current school year. We realize that you will have many questions and concerns regarding this unprecedented school closing. In the coming days, we will be working with State School Superintendent Richard Woods to determine our next steps. Thank you for your patience, care and concern as we continue in this uncharted territory.

    Online student resources may continue to be accessed here: bit.ly/PCSDResourcesPage

    Please note, we will provide updates as soon as possible to address your many questions and concerns. Please continue to monitor our website and social media (Facebook and Twitter ) for more updates.

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Located in the heart of central Georgia, Peach County, our 159th county, was created from parts of Houston and Macon counties in 1924.  Named for the area's abundant peach crop, Peach County is Georgia's newest and geographically one of the smallest counties (151 sq. miles) in Georgia. Fort Valley was established as a trading post in the early 1820's by James A. Everett and incorporated as a city in 1856.

Byron, like many other towns, grew up around a railroad.  The community was a flag-stop known as "Number One and One-Half Station."  The town was incorporated in 1874 and named for Lord Byron, the English poet. 

The village of Powersville was first named Station One when the Southwestern Railroad was being built from Macon to Albany in 1852.  Then its more suitable name was given in honor of Col. Virgil Powers, a civil engineer for the railroad.

 The most famous employer in Fort Valley, as well as one of the largest, is Blue Bird -- founded in 1927.  The American Camellia Society, founded in 1945, maintains its national headquarters at Massee Lane Gardens in Peach County.

Some of Peach County's earliest schools were the Fort Valley Academy founded in 1836, the Wesley Manual Labor School founded in 1837, Fort Valley Female Seminary founded in 1852, Byron Academy founded in 1885, and the county's well-known university, Fort Valley High and Industrial School (FVSU) founded in 1895.

 

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General School Supply List SY2019-2020
Some supplies are necessary year after year, no matter what grade your child is in. When you're planning for upcoming school year, it's pretty safe to invest in the following school supplies:

  • Flash Drive
  • Graphing Calculator (recommended: Texas Instrument TI-30)
  • 3-ring Binder
  • Backpack
  • Colored Pencils
  • Colored Pens
  • Index Cards
  • Graph Paper
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Highlighters
  • Markers
  • Organizer/Planner
  • Pens/Pencils
  • Ream of Computer Paper
  • Spiral Notebook

Some extra supplies may be necessary each year, but specific requirements will differ from grade to grade and course to course. This list is a guideline. Check with your child teachers for supplies specific to their course.