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  • Voluntary Student Transfer Requests Open Feb 1 - 28

    The Voluntary Student transfer request is open from February 1- February 28, 2023. NOTE: A provision of the application is that the student(s) must live in Fayette County and be enrolled in a Fayette County school for the next school year. Students on residency affidavits or who have past residency issues with the school system will not be eligible for student transfers. Any student(s) not enrolled in Fayette County schools will not be considered for transfer. Complete the application.

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  • Home Away from Home


     

    A beloved Air Force JROTC instructor returns to Sandy Creek High school after leaving to pursue other career interests, but quickly realizes that she had her dream job all along. Watch the short video.

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  • Code of Conduct Input Requested from Stakeholders

    Fayette County stakeholders are invited to provide suggestions for the 2023-2024 Student Code of Conduct. Click here to provide input.

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  • Home Away from Home


     

    A Ukrainian exchange student finds a home away from home with a teacher after war breaks out and she is unable to safely return to her family in Ukraine. Watch the short video.

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  • Public Input Invited for Math Textbook Adoption

    Fayette County Public Schools is currently in the process of adopting K-5 mathematics textbooks for the 2023-2024 school year. They welcome public input in the process prior to the final recommendation to the Fayette County Board of Education for adoption. The textbooks will be available for review through January 31, 2023. More information.

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  • IB Student Publishes Children's Book About Colorism


     

    Analisa Davis, an International Baccalaureate student at Sandy Creek High, has published her first children's book about colorism. She talks about her inspiration for the book, and why she feels this is an important topic to address with young children.  Watch the video.

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  • What Drives You? College Student Erick Jefferson


     

    Erick Jefferson, the school system's youngest bus driver, started driving at 19 while pursuing his college education. He talks about why he drives, and why the job is a great side gig for college students who need extra income. He graduates in May with a degree in Criminal Justice. Watch the video.

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