We are closely monitoring the weather due to potential flooding that may affect our bus routes. For a complete, but ever changing listing of all roads with high water warnings, please refer to this call’s corresponding email or to the announcements section on our homepage at Floydboe.net. We will share any updates with you that we receive on re-routed buses through our mass notification system via text and email. Parents and student drivers, please be cautious on your daily commutes. Stay dry!
- Horseleg Creek Rd at Loop (High Water)
- Horseleg Creek Rd at Greenview Dr. (Tree Down) Being cleared by PWC
- Collier Rd. (High Water)
- Thomas Bluff Rd. (High Water)
- Silver Hill Rd. (Mudslide)
- Little Texas Valley Rd.at the bridge near Fire Station (High Water)
- Wesley Dr. (High Water)
- Little Dry Creek Rd. (High Water)
- Old River Rd. (High Water)
After many years of waiting, students swimmers from Armuchee High, Coosa High, Model High, and Pepperell High finally received the opportunity to represent their schools in the pool. Students swam for their individual schools while competing on the FCSST.
Six juniors from Floyd County high schools have advanced to the semifinals in the Governor’s Honors Program (GHP). The Governor’s Office of Student Achievement indicated that over 3,200 students were nominated to the state level GHP competition and nearly 1,700 of them have been selected as semifinalists for state interviews/auditions. The state interviews will be held at Berry College on February 23, 2019.