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FAQs
  1. How do I get a copy of my high school transcript? 
  2. How can I get a certificate of attendance during the summer? 
  3. Do Elementary/Primary schools offer Pre-K classes?  
  4. What are the costs of meals at the schools? (students & visitors) 
  5. Are your schools accredited?  
  6. When are report cards sent home?  
  7. What grading system do you use? 
  8. At what age will my child start school? 
  9. What information must I provide to register my child in school for the first time? 
  10. What can I do if my child must be out of school for an extended amount of time?  
  11. Who should I call if I have a question? 

  1. How do I get a copy of my high school transcript?

    Alumni and/or recent graduates will need to submit a transcript request form to the Floyd County Board of Education.

    View instructions & Print the request form 

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  2. How can I get a certificate of attendance during the summer?

    Students can get a certificate of attendance at the Floyd County Board of Education's central office at 600 Riverside Parkway, Rome Georgia. There is a fee of $5.00 for requests made during the summer break.

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  3. Do Elementary/Primary schools offer Pre-K classes?

    Yes, primary and elementary schools offer Pre-K classes. Pre-K schools and the number of classes at each location are: Alto Park Elementary (2 classes), Cave Spring Elementary (1 class), Garden Lakes Elementary (2 classes), Glenwood Primary (4 classes), Johnson Elementary (2 classes), McHenry Primary (1 class), Midway Primary (2 classes), Model Elementary (2 classes), and Pepperell Primary (3 classes).

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  4. What are the costs of meals at the schools? (students & visitors)

    Menus and prices are posted on the school system web site in the "Nutritional Program" section.

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  5. Are your schools accredited?

    Floyd County Schools earned system accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). Continued accreditation involves periodic reevaluation by committees of outside educators as well as self-study by the principal, school staff, parents and the community.

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  6. When are report cards sent home?

    All students (grades 1-12) receive report cards every nine weeks. See scheduled dates

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  7. What grading system do you use?

    Kindergarten students are evaluated during the year to determine their readiness for first grade. All other grades use the following grading system:

    A = 90-100 E = Excellent
    B = 80-89 S = Satisfactory
    C = 71-79 N = Needs Improvement
    D = 70 U = Unsatisfactory, below 70
    F = Below 70 I = Improving

    View Grading Systems policies on eBoard:  IHA - Board Policy | IHA-R - Administrative Regulation

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  8. At what age will my child start school?

    To enter a Georgia Pre-kindergarten program, eligible students must be four by September 1. To enter a Georgia public kindergarten, students must be five by September 1, and to enter first grade, students must be six by September 1. (You may call the Pre-K program at (706) 234-1031 for eligibility requirements.)

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  9. What information must I provide to register my child in school for the first time?

    Requirements for registration:
    • Parent or legal guardian must accompany enrolling student
    • Immunization Certificate
    • Eye/ear/dental Certificate
    • Birth Certificate/SSN card
    • Proof of Residency (a current official utility bill that shows name and address)
    • Record from previous school, if available
    View 'Enrolling a Child in School'
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  10. What can I do if my child must be out of school for an extended amount of time?

    Upon meeting the requirements, students may eligible for the Hospital/Home-bound Program.

    View Standard requirements and contact information

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  11. Who should I call if I have a question?

    Questions about procedures or activities at a school are best answered by calling the school. Telephone numbers for all schools, departments, and administrative offices are listed in "Contact Us" and the school information section of the web site. You can also get school listings in the Floyd County Schools section of the BellSouth telephone directory. For general information, call the Board of Education Office at (706) 234-1031.

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