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Whether you are a parent, student, prospective or current employee, or even perhaps an industry representative exploring the possibility of locating in our great city, we hope that you find our commitment to education to be one of endless possibilities.
Valdosta City Schools has seen enrollment increase steadily over the past ten years. Today, we are home to over 7,700 students and over 600 certified employees in our 10 schools. We are proud that all five of our elementary schools are Title I Distinguished Schools. We are also home to Valdosta High School which is one of only 26 International Baccalaureate schools in the state of Georgia.
Thank you for your commitment to public education. Together we can keep the Valdosta City Schools moving forward with a commitment to preparing students to pursue infinite possibilities for the future.
Lowndes Summer Feeding Program - The Lowndes County Summer Feeding program will operate “open” sites at the locations listed on the attached chart. “Open” sites serve free meals to children between the ages of 3 – 18 years of age. All meals must be eaten at the site... Posted: 6/11/2013
Eagle Project at WG Nunn - Will Campiglia, a senior at VHS, completed his Eagle project for the Special Education Pre-K playground at W.G. Nunn Elementary School. He and his crew completed two picnic tables with a universal design that will be accessible to all children and adults at the... Posted: 5/30/2013
NMS Host Annual Science Fair - The NMS Science Fair is an exciting event for motivated students to showcase their gifts and interests in the world of science. The students at NMS put forth an effort to follow the scientific method in order to create accurate models and experiments. The students... Posted: 5/30/2013
At PLC our Garden Grows, and Grows, and Grows... - The abundance of fresh vegetables from the Pinevale Learning Center’s garden seems to be never ending. Mrs. Annie Barbas and the students from Mrs. Darby’s class have harvested a variety of vegetables including sweet potatoes, cabbage, carrots, radishes, and... Posted: 5/30/2013
Second Grade Spelling Bee at Sallas Mahone - Eighteen contestants for the 1st Annual Sallas Mahone Second Grade Spelling Bee persevered through preliminary rounds to make it to the final round on Thursday, March 28, 2013. If there is one word that Amiyah Espanol can spell it is d-e-f-e-a-t. The poised and... Posted: 5/30/2013
WG Nunn Parent Workshop - W.G. Nunn first grade teachers and Parent Coordinator, Davisha Gibbs, recently hosted a parent workshop that introduced the concept of “centers” to parents. First grade teachers created centers that taught place value, accelerated reader strategies and parent... Posted: 5/30/2013