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Free breakfast, lunch through 2020-21 school year

Thanks to now-approved waivers under the Seamless Summer Option guidelines, all students in the Glynn County School System will continue to receive breakfast, lunch and after-school snacks at no charge through the end of June 2021.
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IDT application window opens Dec. 7

Application requests for Intra-district Transfers (IDT) for the 2021-2022 school year will be accepted from Dec. 7, 2020 to Jan. 22, 2021.
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Sterling Elementary celebrates local veterans

Each called name signified a sacrifice made. As Sterling Elementary School Principal Wanda Shue went down the list of names, each veteran in attendance at the school’s Veterans Day ceremony, hosted Tuesday, stood for a moment of recognition. Wednesday is Veterans Day.

Glynn County Schools At a Glance

  • 93.7% District Graduation Rate (State Graduation Rate: 82%)
  • 83.7 College & Career Ready Performance Index (State CCRPI: 77.1)
  • 3-stars or more for all schools (District Climate Rating)
  • 13,164 System Enrollment
  • 16:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
  • AP/Dual Enrollment
    Courses Offered

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Thanks to now-approved waivers under the Seamless Summer Option guidelines, all students in the Glynn County School System will continue to receive breakfast, lunch and after-school snacks at no charge through the end of June 2021.
Students at Burroughs-Molette Elementary participated Monday in a mock election, which taught them about voting procedures in America.
Students at Burroughs-Molette Elementary have lent their voice to the 2020 election. Their ballots may not be counted in the official tally that will decide local, state and national winners, but the students can take pride in knowing they’ve engaged in what one day will be their civic duty.