Board of Education
AdvancED is the largest community of education professionals in the world. They are a non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts rigorous, on-site reviews of a variety of educational institutions and systems to ensure that all learners realize their full potential.
The Peach County School District will undergo its AdvancED review March 18th - 21st. For more information about the AdvancED accreditation process, an AdvancED Parent Brochure has been created. This brochure outlines the importance of accreditation as well as the process the district will undergo to receive its accreditation.
The Peach County School District utilizes a wide variety of documents to assist in everyday operations and to ensure that appropriate decisions are made to ensure student success. The district also holds itself to high standards and is committed to sharing the success of its students with all stakeholders.
All Peach County Schools are required to develop, implement and monitor a School Improvement Plan. Each plan identifies prioritized needs, goals, and action steps. Each action step outlines the resources required for completion, a timeline for implementation, methods or monitoring, and identification of persons/roles responsible for implementation
School Improvement Plans:
Each year, school administrators deliver a State of the School presentation at the districts Annual District Leadership retreat. The State of the School address covers topics such as enrollment, test scores, strengths and weaknesses, and innovations. Administrators complete follow-up presentations during monthly board meetings and study sessions which are open to the public.