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Welcome to Monroe County Schools

Welcome to the Monroe County School System, a dynamic school system located in the heart of Georgia near both Macon and Atlanta. Our system is known throughout the state for its tradition of educational excellence for all students.

We "Honor the Past while Creating the Future," and we look to add to this tradition with a "Commitment to Excellence" in everything we do.

 Our Vision

Monroe County Schools will be recognized for developing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in a global environment.

Our Mission

The mission of Monroe County Schools is to motivate and inspire a passion for learning so all students learn, grow, and succeed. 

Samuel E. Hubbard Elementary School today became Georgia's newest STEM Certified school, joining an elite list of just 37 elementary schools across Georgia with the achievement.

STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Certification, awarded by the Georgia Department of Education, recognizes schools that embrace the challenge of doing an exceptional job providing students with STEM learning opportunities.
"We are extremely proud of the dedication of the Hubbard Elementary School staff, students, and stakeholders," said Principal Jay Johnston. "Achieving STEM certification is truly a testament to our commitment to excellence.  More importantly, we are thrilled with the long-term positive impact of STEM teaching and learning on student achievement."
Mr. Johnston commended the work of his instructional staff, along with the support of Superintendent Dr. Mike Hickman, the Central Office Staff, and System STEM Coach Susan Curtis, in making the STEM Certification happen.  "The road to STEM Certification has been paved by the teachers at Hubbard Elementary. Their dedication and commitment has led the way for Hubbard to become the first STEM certified school in Monroe County and in the surrounding counties."
The Georgia DOE defines STEM as an integrated curriculum (as opposed to the four areas being taught in isolation) that is driven by problem-solving, discovery, exploratory project/problem-based learning, and student-centered development of ideas and solutions.  
To earn STEM certification, school must navigate a rigorous application process that includes site visits by state officials, evidence of teacher collaboration, business and industry partnerships, high levels of math and science instruction, and an integrated, project-based STEM curriculum.  Once certification is achieved, a school must re-certify every five years.  http://stemgeorgia.org/


Congratulations to Mr. Tamarkis Taylor, Monroe County Schools' Teacher of the Year

Monroe County Schools Nutrition Department Accepting Food Bids for 2018-2019 School Year

 Monroe County Schools Agricultural-Science Education Center Construction Bid Information

 2018-2019 Proof of Residency Documentation Collection

Proof of residency documentation will be collected via the Infinite Campus Online Registration (OLR) Application beginning May 1, 2018.  Parents are encouraged to upload their proof of residency documents as soon as possible. To complete this process you will need to:
  • ensure you have an email address on file with your child's school.
  • activate an Infinite Campus Portal account.
Your child's school is prepared to assist you with any questions you may have regarding this process.

 Georgia Department of Education Releases 2016-2017 College and Career Readiness (CCRPI) Scores


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gender, disability, religion, marital status, veteran status, sex, genetic information or political affiliation.