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SUPERINTENDENT SEARCH, Polk County School District, Florida The Polk County School District, located in Central Florida is searching for its next Superintendent of Schools. The visionary candidate must be eager to lead a consistently high-achieving school district, and have extensive knowledge of and experience creating a district atmosphere that focuses on the future while honoring […]

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Congratulations to Dr. Michael Duncan, Pike County Schools. Dr. Duncan was named the 2021 Georgia Superintendent of the Year at the GSBA/GSSA Annual conference on December 4, 2020. Dr. Duncan will now complete for the National Superintendent of the Year Award. If chosen, this will be announced at the AASA Annual Conference on February 18, […]

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2021 GSSA Spring Bootstrap Conference Savannah Marriott Riverfront – Savannah, Georgia April 21-22, 2021 The Georgia School Superintendents Association’s Spring Bootstrap Conference will be held at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront in Savannah, Georgia. Click Below for the conference agenda. Agenda Coming Soon REGISTRATION 2021 GSSA Spring Bootstrap – Attendee Registration – CLICK HERE 2021 GSSA […]

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10% OFF Promo – GSSA has persuaded FSS to extend for GSSA-members only! AirGenie™ Sanitizer:  GSSA Members to receive extension thru Nov. 20th for 10% OFF DISCOUNT on GEORGIA MADE portable, UV-C based air purifier that deactivates 99.9% of airborne viruses Full Air Exchange and sanitizing treatment every 10-minutes in regular classrooms, clinics or staff […]

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GSSA would like to introduce the Officers for the 2020-2021 School Year:   Bronwyn Ragan-Martin (Early County) – President   Robert Brown (Lumpkin County) – President-Elect   Aaron Geter (Wilkinson County) – Secretary-Treasurer   Mark Scott (Houston County) – GAEL Member-at-Large

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The end of this session could not come soon enough.  It ended at 10pm but the impact will be measured throughout the 20-21 school year.  At first glance, the FY21 budget which started at a dismal projection only improved as time moved forward and all three players the House, Senate, and Governor really worked together […]

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The FY21 Budget has finally arrived. The House and Senate conference committee went through the highlights of the newest version of the agreed upon budget: FY21 budget tracking sheet Education on pages 63-72  QBE cut by 10% or $950,000. Equalization, Sparsity, Pupil Transportation, Enrollment. growth, T & E all fully funded. LFMS adjusted upward to […]

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Today there was a lot of work being done in the halls of the Capitol trying to get ready for the flurry of activity that will sure be on display the final two days. The three bills discussed yesterday that passed out of the Senate Education Committee will be taken to the floor of the […]

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This legislative day was filled with debate and passage of a Hate Crimes Bill HB 426. The majority of the time discussing this bill took place in the Senate.  It ultimately passed the Senate then later the House. It has been sent to the Governor for his signature.  He plans to sign the bill. Senate Education […]

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