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  • Please take our 2014-2015 Title I Parent Involvement Survey!
  • Board of Education Work Session - May 11, 2015 - 6:00 p.m.
  • Georgia Milestones End of Course Testing---May 7th through May 19th
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Learn More About Your Child's Nutrition
Are you interested in learning more about your child's nutrition choices at school? Check out the new, customized nutrition website to view menus, learn about the fruit and vegetable of the month and even set up pre-payment options for your child's meals! Visit at the link below.
Superintendent's Student of the Month -Jack Wooten


The Superintendent's Student of the Month for May 2015 is Hannah Housworth. Hannah is an outstanding 9th grade student at PCHS. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Housworth. Hannah has played supporting roles in the state winning one-act competition as well as this spring’s musical.  To read more about Hannah and her accomplishments please click below.


Textbook Review

Beginning June 22, 2015 educators and the public will have a chance to review textbooks and other learning resources for instruction in K-12 Foreign Language and K-12 ESOL.  The 2015 Learning Resources Evaluation Sites will be open for approximately three weeks.  The sites will allow the public, including parents and educators, to review and evaluate learning resources that may be used in the classroom over the coming years. Click to See More

How to Reach Us

Putnam County
Charter School System
158 Old Glenwood Springs Road
Eatonton, Georgia  31024
Phone: 706-485-5381
 Fax: 706-485-3820


Our Vision ... is a school system in which students, staff and community ...

Our vision is a school system in which students, staff and community learn, grow and work together to embrace the future.

Our Mission ... is to assist all students in acquiring knowledge ...

Our mission is to assist all students in acquiring knowledge, fostering aspirations, and developing life skills that will empower them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of a global society.

Duke University Talent students, Sha Angelo Farley and Carysta Taylor with their parents and teacher Jan Mullis. Three 7th graders from Putnam County Middle School participated in the Duke University Talent Identification Program’s Talent Search. The Duke Talent Search invites 7th graders who have scored in the 95th percentile or above on grade level achievement tests to take the ACT or SAT. The students that participated are Sha Angelo Farley, James Mead, and Carysta Taylor.

Students who scored at or above the national average of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the test are specially recognized by the state of Georgia. James Mead earned this recognition.