Development Authority of
Jasper County, Georgia
PO Box 270
119 W Washington Street
Monticello, GA 31064-1239
OUR Children OUR Community OUR Responsibility
Jasper County Charter System
1411 College Street
Monticello, GA 31064
Jasper County Schools has recently completed the transition to Charter System Status. Under OUR new Charter, the District is focused on three main goals: Improving Student Attendance, Increasing Student Proficiency in Literacy, and Increasing Student Proficiency in Mathematics. OUR Charter System expects to meet these goals by maximizing the use of flexibility from state rules while providing superior and innovative learning experiences for OUR students!
The signature focus of the Charter also includes an emphasis on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics). It is OUR belief that STEAM educational experiences will greatly enhance the quality and engagement of student learning!
School-level governance is an important component of the new Charter System. We encourage you to attend and give your feedback to the newly formed School Governance Teams (SGTs) that are comprised of parents, community members, teachers, the principal, and students (6-12). Each SGT will meet on a monthly basis beginning in late August 2016. SGTs are charged with making many important school-level decisions that directly impact OUR children.
Communication is important to us! Thus we were delighted to learn that the Jasper County Charter System was recently ranked 9th in the nation amongst small school districts in the use of technology in the areas of digital governance and communication. You can learn more about OUR school district by visiting this district website or the Facebook link.
Last year, OUR students had many outstanding accomplishments. Athletic, CTAE, Literary teams as well as individual students excelled and advanced to numerous regional, state, and national competitions. Improvements are also happening in OUR classrooms. Teachers and support staff are working harder than ever to improve the quality and rigor of the educational experiences.
The Jasper County Charter System is also in the second year of its implementation of the CARE Grant. Grant funds have been used to significantly improve the counseling and family support services for OUR students and families.
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Southern Crescent Technical College
112 Industrial Park Drive
Monticello, GA 31064
Phone: 706-468-9930 / 877-897-0006
Southern Crescent Technical College, a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia, is an institution of higher education that delivers relevant technical education at the associate degree, diploma, and certificate levels and workforce training programs via traditional and distance learning formats that promote lifelong learning and impact economic development in the west central Georgia region that spans south of Atlanta and north of Macon.
Management Supervisory Development
Entrepreneur Management (TCC)
Management and Leadership Specialist (TCC)
Technical and Industrial Programs:
Welding and Joining Technology
Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welder (TCC)
Gas Metal Arc Welder (TCC)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welder (TCC)
Vertical Shielded Metal Arc Welder Fabricator (TCC)
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At the heart of this experience you will find our students and teachers working, learning, and exploring together in an environment that fosters the development of curious, lifelong learners. In every corner of our spacious campus and beyond, from our classrooms to our athletic fields, to our stages, to the world beyond our gates, you will find success stories where students and adults learn from each other and grow together.
While we encourage you to explore our programs on our website, there is simply no substitute for witnessing Piedmont in action.
Georgia’s University System is the nation’s fourth largest.
Jasper County is centrally located to the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of Georgia, the Mercer University School of Engineering, the Mercer University School of Medicine, Georgia Perimeter College, Georgia College and State University, Macon State College, and Southern Crescent Technical College.
Georgia’s nationally recognized Quick Start program has provided customized training for more than 390,000 workers.