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  • District Reopening Information

    As there continues to be questions and concerns related to the reopening of schools, we want to assure families our first priority is the safety and health of all students and staff. We understand the challenges the novel Coronavirus brings and have plans in place to continue learning in the classroom, while offering virtual instruction for families who do not feel comfortable sending their child(ren) to school. For more information on our district reopening plans, please click the link above.

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  • Changes to Online Learning

    With the majority of Whitfield County students returning for in-person instruction by October 29, our teachers will no longer be able to provide virtual instruction for students learning from home. Beginning November 2, WCS virtual students will begin learning through online programs outsourced by the district. For more information, please click the link above.

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  • High School Schedule Changes

    Due to the reduced number of local COVID-19 cases, the high schools of Whitfield County will continue steps to safely bring our high school students back to a normal schedule. Click the link above for all information regarding schedule changes. These dates listed are contingent on the status of the virus in our community. Please continue to monitor school and district announcements for more information.

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  • COVID-19 Data in Whitfield County Schools

    Whitfield County Schools is closely monitoring the spread of the novel Coronavirus in our community and has provided a chart of COVID-19 school and district data for your viewing. To track the spread of COVID-19 in our school system, please click the link above.

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Welcome Message

  • Welcome to Crossroads Academy!  We appreciate your taking the time to visit our website!

     If you are new to Crossroads Academy, please remember all students must go through a mandatory orientation meeting with their parents.  Please call the school for additional information.  Our phone number is 706-271-2495.

    If you have questions about our dress code, please look under the "Resources" tab for a link to "For Families."  If you need a visual guide to what types of clothing are acceptable, click here.



    At Crossroads Academy, we are always striving to keep our students safe.  With the current situation with COVID-19, we are taking precautions to minimize the spread of the virus.  Here are some changes in our program:

    1)  We require all students and teachers to have a mask with them at all times.  This is to be worn in situations where social distancing cannot take place.  For example, if a student needs individual assistance, we will ask both the student and teacher to wear a mask.  Masks must be plain in color

    2)  We will be social distancing to the greatest extent possible.  Students will not switch classes and will eat breakfast and lunch in their homeroom.  We understand that students will need to move around, so we have built in extra breaks within our schedule.

    3)  Students will have their temperature checked before entering our building in the morning.  Students with a fever will be isolated and parents will be notified immediately.

    4)  Our building will be cleaned and sanitized several times per day.  Our staff will conduct frequent classroom cleanings during the day, and our custodial services will take extra precautions in sanitizing our building at night.

    We want you to know that we are taking every step possible to keep your child safe while they are in our building.  Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns.





    Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.


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    With the increasing concern of the Coronavirus (a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person) around the globe, Whitfield County Schools would like to remind students, parents, faculty and staff of simple, everyday actions that can be taken to prevent the spread of respiratory viruses. 

    1. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. *Parents, please do not bring your child(ren) to school if they are sick. 
    2. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. 
    3. Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand santitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available. 
    4. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. 
    5. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces. 

    As always, the first priority of Whitfield County Schools is the safety and well-being of our students, staff, and their families. Therefore, our school district is closely monitoring the Coronavirus and making the necessary preparations in case the virus becomes more prevalent in our community. In situations like this, we always take our guidance from the medical professionals at our local Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta. At this time, they are telling us that we are at low risk for the spread of the virus. As a system, we are being proactive in the prevention of any spread of the virus. We contract with a cleaning company to clean all facilities every day. They are using cleaning solutions designed to kill the Coronavirus.

    We are told that the best prevention at school is to wash hands. Our teachers are diligent to give students opportunities to wash their hands frequently. They are supervising younger children to make sure that they are washing hands thoroughly. Symptoms of the Coronavirus are fever, onset of a cough, and shortness of breath. Symptoms appear 2 to 14 days after exposure, and the average incubation period is reported to be about 5 days. Eighty percent of patients with confirmed Coronavirus have only mild symptoms. If your children have any of these symptoms, please do not send them to school.

    At this time the Georgia Department of Public Health has advised us that students who are not ill can safely attend school. The Georgia Department of Education is in regular contact with the Department of Health, and we receive updates almost daily. If their recommendations change, we will certainly let you know.

    Should it become necessary to close a school or schools, our Teaching and Learning staff has a plan for continuing the education of our students. Of course, the plan varies with the grade level. Should we need to close, you will receive more specific information. Additional information on continuation of academics would be placed on our Whitfield County Schools website in the event of closure.

    Whitfield County Schools is working closely with state health officials to monitor the evolution of the Coronavirus and its potential impact on our community. For more information regarding the Coronavirus, visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention website. 

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Latest School News

  • Middle and High School Testing Calendars

    Please click the link above to view the Middle and High School Testing Calendars. The purposes of the Georgia Student Assessment Program are to: measure student achievement of the state mandated curriculum, identify students failing to achieve mastery of content, provide teachers with diagnostic information, and assist school systems in identifying strengths and weaknesses in order to establish priorities in planning educational programs.

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Latest District News

  • Destruction of Special Education Records

    Records for students who were enrolled in a special education program in a Whitfield County school who were born before January 1, 1997 and were 22 years of age as of July 1, 2019 are no longer needed for educational purposes. The Special Education Department announces its intention to destroy these records after January 1, 2020. Click the link above to learn more.

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  • Waiver for the Expansion of the Middle School Assessment Exception

    The Georgia Department of Education is seeking comment on a waiver request for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act, which will be submitted to the US Department of Education. More information and a survey with an opportunity for comments is available at the link above until November 29.

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  • Dual Enrollment Parent Information

    Dual Enrollment provides opportunities for high school students to take free college courses and earn credit at both the high school and post-secondary institution. This year, instead of holding in-person Dual Enrollment parent information meetings, an informational video is available for all families interested in Dual Enrollment. Please click the link above to learn more.

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  • Statewide Passing Score Survey

    The Georgia Department of Education is asking for input on what percentage of a student's final grade should the End-of-Course (EOC) Test count. Currently the EOC test is worth 20% of a student's final grade. Due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, new percentage recommendations have been made for the 2020-21 school year. The survey closes November 16.

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