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  • Student School Supply List 2017-18

     Students can see a current supply list for 2017-18 school year.  Please be aware that this list is not an exhaustive list.  Many teachers have choosen to give their supply lists out during the beginning of the school year.

    Supply List

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  • Solar Eclipse Information (Different Dismissal Time on Aug. 21)
    Dr. Gilreath, Superintendent of Schools, has decided that Whitfield County School System will extend our school day on Monday, August 21 by thirty (30) minutes due to the total solar eclipse.
     
    Some basic information on the eclipse (taken from GSBA:RMS):
    • On August 21, 2017, a total eclipse will shadow a 65 mile-wide path through 14 states, beginning in Oregon and exiting the South Carolina coast. It is estimated that, weather permitting, 500 million people will stand in the moon’s shadow on that day. The entire event will touch the U.S. for only 1 hour, 33 minutes and 16.8 seconds.
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    • A solar eclipse is a lineup of the Sun, the Moon, and Earth. The moon, directly between the Sun and Earth, casts a shadow on our planet. If you are in the dark part of that shadow, you will see a total eclipse. If you are in the light part, you will see a partial eclipse. Everyone in the continental U.S. will see at least a partial eclipse.
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    • For Georgians, the only place to see the total eclipse is the very northeast corner of Georgia. The centerline path of the eclipse just barely touches the state in Rabun and Stephens County. The general Atlanta area should see a partial eclipse in the range of 97 percent. The majority of the State of Georgia will be in the range of totality (NE corner) to 90% partial.
    The following are links to various resources on the eclipse:

    Here are a few key safety tips:

    • Homemade filters or ordinary sunglasses, even very dark ones, are not safe for looking at the Sun. (Ordinary sunglasses transmit many thousands of times more light than special-purpose eclipse glasses!)
    • The only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun is through special-purpose solar filters (“eclipse glasses” or handheld viewers).
    • Seek expert advice before using a solar filter with a camera, telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device.
    • Never look at the Sun through an unfiltered camera, telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device while using eclipse glasses or a handheld solar viewer.
    • You must always use safe solar filters to view the Sun directly.
    • Some basic guidelines for eclipse eye safety may be found at https://eclipse.aas.org/eye-safety 
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  • Summer Reading – Literacy for Life!

    Whether it’s reading, writing, speaking, listening, or decipering, each day provides opportunities for us to deepen our literacy skills. These calendars can be used by families during the summer to keep those literacy skills sharp and to be ready to learn, grow, and share--even when school is not in session. Suitable for any age, we encourage you to use these calendars and mark off the activities you do. Parents, grandparents, and caregivers can join in the fun, too! Each student who completes and returns these to school can redeem them in their school media center for a small treat. We hope everyone will participate. HAPPY READING!

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  • FREE Summer Reading with myON and Get Georgia Reading

    Through a partnership between Get Georgia Reading – Campaign for Grade-Level Reading and myON, all educators, librarians, students and parents in Georgia have free access to thousands of enhanced digital books available in myON through August 31, 2018.

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  • Awards for Civic Oration Winners

    Students spoke Thursday on topics ranging from toilets and hand sanitizer to cars and traffic signals during the annual Civic Oration Contest. Local students recently had opportunities to demonstrate their public speaking skills and take pride in personal accomplishments. On Thursday, May 3, the kids took part in the speech contest sponsored by Modern Woodmen of America, a fraternal financial services organization.

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  • Young Georgia Authors Place at State, Region

    Coahulla Creek High School student Presley Sneed earned the top spot among Georgia seniors competing in the Young Georgia Authors Writing Competition. Earlier this year, 10 students from Whitfield County Schools placed in the region served by the North Georgia Regional Education Service Agency (RESA).

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  • Berry College the Destination for Five GHP Finalists

    Five finalists from Whitfield County Schools will participate in the prestigious Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) this summer. Eleven of 25 nominees were invited to interviews and auditions at the state level. Learn more at https://gosa.georgia.gov/governors-honors-program.

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  • Nine Georgia Scholars from Whitfield County Schools

    Nine of 208 Georgia Scholars are from Whitfield County Schools this year. Only three of Georgia’s 180 public school districts had more than nine Georgia Scholars and only six high schools had more than the five Georgia Scholars from Northwest High.

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  • Congratulate Your AP Honor Schools

    High school students studying everything from the humanities to science and math in Whitfield County high schools have been recognized by the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) for their excellence. State School Superintendent Richard Woods has named the Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools for 2018.

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