Annually, the district invites stakeholders to provide input into the upcoming year's Comprehensive Local Improvement Plan (CLIP) components.
News & Announcements
The prestigious GSSA President's Award honors no more than 16 superintendents annually for their innovations in education.
The McDuffie County School System plans to expand in-person instruction for PK-12th grade face-to-face students to five days per week beginning January 5, 2021. A Learn from Home option will also be offered for second semester. All schools will accept instructional model change requests for second semester December 7-10, 2020.
On October 15, CSRA RESA Growing Readers Specialist Debbie Callan delivered over $14,500 worth of books for K-3 Growing Readers classroom libraries.
Thank you to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herbert of Herbert Homes for donating $5000 to Thomson High's construction program!
McDuffie County School District is seeking proposals for a turn-key fueling system for propane powered buses.
Under guidelines of 1974 Order Ridley and United States v. Georgia, the McDuffie County School System must inform all parents of children living in McDuffie County of the opportunity for a Majority-to-Minority transfer to eligible schools. Parent(s)/Guardian(s) have the option of requesting a transfer for their child in which his or her child is the majority to a school in which his or her child is the minority.
The McDuffie County Board of Education seeks to hire a Construction Manager for the construction of The New McDuffie County Elementary School and demolition of current elementary schools.
On Friday, November 13, Golden Harvest Food Bank will host a drive-thru food distribution event on the bus ramp at Thomson High School.
There will be no meal service on Thursday-Friday, October 8-9, due to the scheduled student holidays. However, on Monday, October 12, will operate a Seamless Summer Option for all school-aged children through December 16.