Superintendent Students of the Month (November)
  • November Superintendents' Students of the Month



    The Superintendent Students of month for November are as Follows:  

    Primary: Sofia Angely Monroy (October SSOM - second from the left)

    Primary:  Jonathan Sanchez-Torres (middle)

    Elementary:  Marly Melton (second from the right)

    Middle School:  Rileigh Gill (far right)

    High School:  Amaya Banks (Far left)     



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He is pictured above with his teacher (right) Kelly Smith.


MOWR Dual Enrollment Students


Putnam County Move on When Ready Students Repair Video Boards for CGTC

Macon, Ga. – Earlier during the fall semester, Glen Stone, instructor of Electronics Technology at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC), made his routine trek to Putnam County High School (PCHS) where he teaches 13 Move on When Ready (MOWR) dual enrollment students.

In the Electronics Technology course, students are asked daily to hone new skills on an array of tasks that prepare them for technician-level jobs in various high-technology fields where they would work on equipment for hospitals, aviation electronics, alarm systems, consumer electronics, and a vast assortment of other applications of electronics. 

4th Grade Math News
Fourth Grade teacher, Stephanie Austin, Says, "Our students have been working on Measurement and Data. We have been converting customary and metric units of capacity, length, weight, and time. The students are learning how to convert customary units of capacity by using rice and the different unit manipulatives. Ms. Carnes, Georgia College and State University Student, facilitated this lesson."
PCHS YouTube Video

Five PCHS YES students recently submitted an entry into the U.S. Department of Labor Youth CareerConnect Student Video Contest. Raymond Ewing, Casey Johnson, Destiny Kieu, William Tyree Nelson, and Randolph "Res" Sapp worked hard to produce a quality video about this program. The video specifically pertains to the academic and career focused learning opportunities available with this program and the ways in which students engaged with local employers. As a result of their video earning top marks, members of the team are now in Washington, DC to show it on a national stage. Take a look at this amazing student-created production

Putnam County YES Program  YouTube Video

Putnam County Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Putnam County's Teachers of the Year! Our educators were honored this week at the Teacher of the Year banquet, where PCHS teacher Jonathan Deen was selected as the Putnam County Charter School Teacher of the Year. The other educators recognized as their school's teacher of the year are: Cathy Tuel, PCES, Sally Brown, PCPS  and Jeff Shaw, PCMS. We honor our amazing educators as they each make a lasting impact in the education and lives of our students.



Tri-County EMC Award to PCHS

Tri-County EMC recently presented Putnam County High School with the Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award for Region 4-AA, sponsored by Georgia's Electric Membership Cooperatives. The award honors schools that exhibit exemplary sportsmanship during competitive events.

Only one school in each division within each region is chosen to receive this annual award. The winning schools are chosen by the region's leadership, who take into consideration all aspects of sportsmanship during events-student athletes on the field as well as fellow students, school staff, parents and game spectators, making the award a tribute to the entire community.

Congratulations to Putnam County High School! Go War Eagles! 

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

  • Upcoming Events

    November 28, Tuesday - SGA Training for new members will be held in the Board Room at 6 p.m.

    November 29, Wednesday - Mistletoe Ball in the PCHS Black Box Theater at Noon

    November 30, Thursday - Teacher of the Year Banquet at 5:00 p.m. in the PCHS Black Box Theater

    December 2, Saturday - PCES Speed Stacking Tournament

    December 6, Wednesday - PCMS Band Concert


    December 7, Thursday - PCPS Holiday Extravaganza at 5:30 p.m.

                                              PCMS Holiday Showcase Drama at 6:00 p.m.

                                              PCHS Fine Arts Night at 7:00 p.m.


    December 12, Tuesday - PreK Showcase at the Plaza at 5:30 p.m.

                                              PCES Holiday Extravaganza at 6:00 p.m.

                                              PCMS Chorus Concert at 6:30 p.m.


    December 14, Thursday - Kindergarten Showcase at the Plaza Arts Center at 5:30 p.m.


    Board Meetings:

    Board Meeting - December 4, 2017 (Work Session)  6:00 p.m.

    Board Meeting - December 11, 2017 (Regular Session) 6:00 p.m.

Move on When Ready (MOWR)

 Earlier this year, the Georgia legislature passed and Governor Deal signed into law the Move On When Ready Act. The Move On When Ready [MOWR] program simplifies and expands Georgia’s dual enrollment opportunities so that high school students can simultaneously satisfy high school requirements and get a jump-start on a postsecondary credential.


Innovation Award

Putnam County Charter Schools received the 2015 Georgia Charter School System Innovation Award from the Georgia Charter System Foundation! Our system was awarded this honor from among 11 other charter systems across the state. PCSS continues to inspire, innovate and excel!

Atlanta Saxophone Day
On Saturday, September 10, 3 Putnam County High School musicians attended the 10th Annual Atlanta Saxophone Day held on the campus of the Georgia State University School of Music.  For More Click Here
Atlanta Saxophone Day
Yes Program at Sapelo Island
Our intrepid high school explorers have immersed themselves in the history of Georgia this week. During their visit to Sapelo Island, they were able to meet local historian and author Ms. Cornelia Walker Bailey; she is a member of the last generation of African-Americans born and educated on Sapelo.
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