• Alert:

    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/peachHLR

    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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Finance

District Purpose/Mission:  To graduate college and career ready students
District Direction/Vision:  Learning Today–Leading Tomorrow!

Susan Perry
Director
sperry@peachschools.org

Welcome

The Finance Department is dedicated to serving the educators and staff of Peach County and supporting them throughout their career.  We believe Together Everyone Achieves More = TEAM.  We are committed  to "Moving our School District from GOOD to GREAT!"

 

Contacts:
Wanda Wilder | Bookkeeper | ext. 1003 | wwilder@peachschools.org
Sandra Smallwood | Accounting Clerk | ext. 1001 |  ssmallwood@peachschools.org

1088 Tulip Drive
Fort Valley, GA 31030
PH (478) 825-5933
FX (478) 825-9970


Click here to view the FY2019 ESPLOST Schedule

Click here to view the 2019-2020  Payroll Calendar

Click here to download a copy of the travel expense form

Click Here to view Peach County School Districts FY18 Audit Report

Click Here to view Peach County School Districts FY17 Audit Report

Click Here to view Peach County School Districts FY16 Audit Report

Click Here to view Peach County School Districts FY15 Audit Report

Click Here to view Peach County School Districts FY14 Audit Report

Click Here to view Peach County Schools Five Year Millage Rate History