Baldwin County, GA Education


Atrium Health Navicent helping to vaccinate Middle Georgia students

MACON, Ga. -- Eligible students in Middle Georgia won't have to go far to get their COVID-19 vaccines. Atrium Health Navicent is working with schools in Baldwin and Wilkinson counties to vaccinate eligible students, staff, and their families this week. COVID-19 vaccines are approved for anyone 12-years-old and older. The...
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Baldwin County School District hosts annual convocation

MILLEDGEVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — The Baldwin County School District is preparing for the start of the new school year by setting new goals to ensure students don’t miss an opportunity to learn. The county held its convocation at Baldwin High School Tuesday after the event was canceled last year due...
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Baldwin superintendent wins award from Georgia College

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga -- The Baldwin County School District announced that superintendent Dr. Noris Price has received the 2021 Deana Burgess award. The award is given out by Georgia College to those who worked with the John H. Lounsbury College of Education as partners in the professional preparation programs. According to the BCSD, all winners are nominated and recommended to Georgia College dean and chair of the Awards Committee by mentor leaders.
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State School Superintendent to speak Thursday

Georgia Superintendent of Schools Richard Woods will speak to members of the Baldwin County Republican Party on Thursday. Woods will be guest speaker at an event slated for 6 p.m. Thursday at Victory Baptist Church, 640 Meriwether Rd NW, Milledgeville. Woods has served Georgia as state school superintendent for the...
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GC hosting ‘Back to School Safely’ event

Believe it or not, the start of school is now mere weeks away. With that important date looming, Georgia College Wellness and Recreation is hosting an event aimed at kicking off the year on the right foot. The first-ever “Back to School Safely” event is slated for Friday, July 30, from 4 to 7 p.m. The fun and safety festivities will take place outside the GC Centennial Center located at 251 S. Clarke St.
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BCSD sets open house dates

With the calendar drawing closer to Aug. 1, back-to-school events are beginning to pile up. One of the biggest primers for the first day is open house, and the Baldwin County School District (BCSD) has set those dates and times for families to tour their schools and meet their kids’ teachers.
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BHS boys hoops ring ceremony set

It’s time for the state champs to get their due. When Baldwin High School Class of 2021 senior Will Freeman hit that midrange jumpshot to propel the Braves to a 54-53 state championship victory inside the Macon Coliseum March 10, it set off a chain of events. The BHS boys basketball team later took a tour of the Baldwin County School District, celebrating the special occasion with public school students and teachers all around the county. The City of Milledgeville also honored the Braves (along with the John Milledge Academy boys basketball team) with a parade through downtown to mark the program’s first hoops state title in 40 years.
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BCSD sets date for Back to School Bash

The first day of the 2021-22 school year is now less than a month away, so it won’t be long before school supplies become more prominent on local retailers’ shelves. Another harbinger of the start of school is the Baldwin County School District’s (BCSD) annual Back to School Bash. The public school system this week announced via its social media channels that this year’s Bash is set to take place Friday, July 23 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The annual event has been held indoors at Baldwin High School the last couple of years, but a change back to the former norm has been made in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021 Bash will take place outside Lakeview Academy (220 N. ABC St.) as a precautionary measure.