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    3-26-20 School Closing Update: Please view this important letter from Dr. Judy about the current status of schools

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    Update School Closing Letter - Spanish 3-26-20 Click here to view letter 

  • School Closings/Delays:

    April 1, 2020 - Governor Brian Kemp has just signed an Executive Order closing all school districts for the remainder of the school year.  This is an unprecedented decision that I know was not taken lightly.  At this point, there are more questions than answers.  The Emanuel County School district will work over the next several weeks to provide answers to these questions.  We ask that our community continue to follow all recommendations regarding hand washing, social distancing and staying home when possible.  We pray everyone stays safe and healthy!

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    April 8, 2020 - For information on printed and digital lessons for the next few weeks, please click here. 

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Principal's Message


WILLIE GIBSON
PRINCIPAL

As principal of Swainsboro Middle School, it is indeed my pleasure to welcome everyone back for another great school year here at SMS. We have great teachers who are dedicated to meeting the individual needs of every student they come in contact with.  As we continue to reach our goals we have set for ourselves as parents, scholars, and educators, we have to remind ourselves that education, just as with life, is no skip in the park. Giving our students the best we have to offer is truly rewarding.

This year our school theme is “Can’t Hide Our Tiger Pride”.  Pride stands for Personal Responsibility in Demonstrating Excellence. It is truly the responsibility of every stakeholder to do their part in giving their best in everything they do.

I am honored to serve as the principal of Swainsboro Middle School. It is indeed a privilege to serve in a community where parents, teachers, and students care for each other and strive to build relationships that are supportive academically and socially. 




10/17/2017


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