Announcements

  • The Floyd County Swim Team is ready for another great season! The competition swim season will run from October 21st to February 8th. If you are interested in trying out for the team, please sign up in your high school's main office by Thursday, October 17th. YOU MUST HAVE A COMPLETED PHYSICAL FORM, A COMPLETED INSURANCE FORM, AND MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS BEFORE YOU GET IN THE POOL! YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TRYOUT WITHOUT MEETING ALL THREE OF THESE REQUIREMENTS. You must be prepared to swim at least 200 meters (8 lengths of the pool) for tryouts and will be asked to use all four swim strokes - freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly. This requires endurance, so start practicing as soon as possible if you are not already swimming on a somewhat regular basis. Tryouts will be held from 6:00 to 7:30pm on Monday, October 21st. Practices will start the next day and will also be from 6:00 to 7:30pm. Tryouts and practices will be at Darlington’s Huffman Center. Contact Coach Bryant at cbryant@floydboe.net if you have any questions.

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  • EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 14, 2019
    Regulation JCDA-R : Student Code of Conduct
    Offense Number 29: VAPING READ HERE

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  • A list of frequently asked questions for parents and students regarding the Early Dismissal/ Professional Development Days can be found under the "Parents & Students" section of our district website- www.floydboe.net. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to navigate this new format for professional development!
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  • Click HERE to view the 2019-2020 school calendar.

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District News

  • Five Floyd County Students Named $10,000 REACH Georgia Scholarship Recipients

    Five Floyd County Schools (FCS) eighth-graders and their parents or guardians signed their REACH (Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen) Georgia Scholarships before representatives of a local postsecondary institution, counselors, and school and FCS administrators to become members of the REACH Scholars Class of 2024.

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  • Floyd County Schools Strengthens School Safety with Visitor Management System

    Floyd County Schools (FCS) will begin using the Raptor Visitor Management System to improve campus safety for students and faculty starting Monday, October 14, 2019. This is a hi-tech replacement to what used to be an old-school visitor sign-in sheet. The new ID card scanning system provides practically instant screening of visitors, contractors, and volunteers for sex offender status and custom alerts such as custody orders.

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  • Floyd County continues trend of SAT Success

    SAT scores for students in Floyd County Schools (FCS) were well above the state and national average on the SAT in a report released this week by the Georgia Department of Education. As a system, FCS posted a total score of 1064 and is once again above the state average of 1048 and the national average of 1039.

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