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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.

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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.
    • 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.
    • 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 
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  • Makeup Day is Friday, March 30

    Students and staff will make up a day lost to winter weather on Friday, March 30, which will be a regular school day. The day was reserved as an inclement weather makeup day in the district calendar.

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  • Georgia Parent Survey

    We encourage all parents to complete the Georgia Parent Survey, which is available in English or Spanish from Wednesday, Nov. 1 until Friday, March 29. The survey is modeled after the student survey and contains only 24 questions. It should only require five to 10 minutes for parents to complete the survey using a computer, smartphone, or tablet. Families without internet access should contact their school about completing the Georgia Parent Survey at the school.

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  • Camp for Future Engineers and Designers Returns this Summer

    Robots! Rockets! Middle school students get another chance this summer to learn about these things and much more. The 2018 Design, Engineering, & Manufacturing (DEM) Middle School Summer Camp is returning during the week of June 4–8. Applications for the free camp will be accepted until April 30 from any students in the community who will be enrolled in grades 6–8 this fall.

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  • Rumors, Safety, and Moving Forward

    This has been a very stressful week in our schools and community. The aftermath of the shootings in Florida along with the false rumors and fallacious threats spreading on social media, plus the horrific incident that occurred at Dalton High School on Wednesday, has created a stressful environment in which to teach and to learn. We hope this will let you know what steps we are taking to keep your children safe and secure in all of our schools.

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  • What is the Georgia Milestones Assessment System?

    The Georgia Milestones Assessment System (Georgia Milestones) is a comprehensive assessment system spanning grades 3 through high school. Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Students in grades 3 through 8 will take End-of-Grade (EOG) assessments in English Language Arts and Mathematics, while grades 5 and 8 students will also take the EOG Science and Social Studies assessments. High school students will take End-of-Course (EOC) assessments for each of the ten courses in which they are enrolled, as designated by the State Board of Education.

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  • NO-COST to Client Flu Shots at County Health Departments in North Georgia

    Flu Shots are now available at NO COST to residents at public health departments in Cherokee, Fannin, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens, and Whitfield Counties while supplies last.

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  • 8 Tips for Fighting the Flu

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommend a three-step approach to fighting influenza (flu). The first and most important step is to get a flu vaccination each year. But if you get the flu, there are prescription antiviral drugs that can treat your illness. Early treatment is especially important for the elderly, the very young, people with certain chronic health conditions, and pregnant women. Finally, everyday preventive actions may slow the spread of germs that cause respiratory (nose, throat, and lungs) illnesses, like flu.

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