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  • Our Mission
    Our mission is to stimulate growth in student achievement by continuing efforts to advance the development of all stakeholders-students, parents, staff, and the community.
  • Our Vision
    Our vision for Candler County Charter School System is for all students to meet or exceed Georgia Accountability measures (CCRPI), for the graduation rate to continuously improve 85% and above, and for the system to perform on or above state averages in all subject areas. We will accomplish this vision with high expectations inclusive of acceleration opportunities, high impact literacy practices, multiple interventions, student, community and parent engagement and alignment from Pre-K-12. As a result of our success, we will attract high performing teachers and new business and industry, and our graduates will be prepared to continue post-secondary options or pursue gainful employment through a variety of CTAE (Career, Technology, and Agriculture Education) offerings and a broad based soft skills curriculum.
  • We believe and are committed to...
    continuously improving the graduation rate;
    an aligned standards-based curriculum, instruction, and assessment that provides for extended learning opportunities for all students;
    Innovative learning opportunities in the areas of Fine Arts, CTAE (Career, Technology, Agriculture Education) offerings and Acceleration with emphasis on a broad based soft skills curriculum to enhance career opportunities for students;
    effective teaching that energizes and maximizes active learning for all students;
    significantly improving the literacy level of all students;
    data driven collaborative decision making;
    professional growth for all of our colleagues;
    student, parent and community involvement to enhance learning.
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
  • Welcome to Candler County School District
Legal Public Notices
ANNUAL AHERA NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS TO: PARENTS/LEGAL GUARDIANS/TEACHERS/EMPLOYEES/ORGANIZATIONS

This notification is being sent to you pursuant to the requirements of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) October 22, 1986; EPA Rule 40 CFR 763, Asbestos Containing Material in Schools, Subpart E, et seq. Effective December 14, 1987. These regulations are defined in the United States Environmental Agencies Regulations. Specifically, 40 CFR 763.84(c) which requires that the local education agency (we) notify you at least once a year of asbestos inspections, response actions, and any post-response action activities, including periodic reinspections and surveillance activities that are planned or in progress at our campus.

We have documented through a thorough asbestos survey, conducted by an AHERA accredited asbestos inspector, where asbestos containing, suspect asbestos containing and/or assumed asbestos containing building materials are located on our campus. The Asbestos Management Plan documents plans for managing and maintaining the asbestos containing building materials in-place and/or plans for removal activities. The reports associated with the asbestos inspection, 3-year reinspections, periodic surveillances, and operations and maintenance recommendations are all documented in the Asbestos Management Plan.

The Asbestos Management Plan is available for your review in our office. Should you have any questions or desire furthe information, please contact me at (912) 685-5713 or come by my office.

Dr. Bubba Longgrear, Superintendent of Candler County Schools
March 8, 2016

NOTIFICATION TO SHORT-TERM WORKERS

This notification is presented to you pursuant to the requirements of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) October 22, 1986; EPA Rule 40 CFR 763, Asbestos Containing Material in Schools, Subpart E, et seq. Effective December 14, 1987. These regulations are defined in the United States Environmental Agencies Regulations. Specifically, 40 CFR 763.84(d) requires that the local education agency (we) notify you that in the course of your work you may come in contact with asbestos or suspect asbestos in our school.

Before you began your work, please refer to the Asbestos Management Plan located in our administrative office. The Management Plan will give you the locations of the asbestos containing; suspect asbestos containing and assumed asbestos containing building materials in our school. You can also contact our Designated Person, Dr. Bubba Longgrear, School Superintendent at 912-685-5713

Annual Public Notice of Career and Technical Education Opportunities
Candler County Board of Education

The Candler County School system offers the following Career and Technical Education programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, sex or disability in grades 9-12: Agricultural Education, Business and Computer Sciences, Family and Consumer Sciences, Healthcare Science Technology, and Army Junior Reserve Officer Training.

Persons seeking further information concerning the Career and Technical Education offerings and specific pre-requisite criteria should contact:
Mr. John Jordan
Principal, Metter High School
34905 Highway 129 South
Metter, Georgia 30439
912-685-2134
E-mail Address jjordan@metter.org

Inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies should be directed to:
Dr. CaDeisha Cooper
Assistant Superintendent, Candler County Schools
210 South College Street
Metter, Georgia 30439
912-685-5713
Email Address ccooper@metter.org