State of Georgia College and Career Academy Leadership Award
  • Dylan Powers Selected as the State of Georgia College and Career Academy Leadership Award Winner

    Dylan Powers, a Putnam County High School senior pictured above (center) with Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle (left) and AT&T rep. (right), was recognized during Monday's night Board meeting (December 4th) after receiving  a prestigious award from Georgia's Lieutenant Governor recently.  Dylan Powers was awarded the Student Leadership Award November 14th during Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle's 10th Annual Business and Education Summit. Only one student from across the state is chosen for the Student Leadership Ward each year.  Dylan was selected for his outstanding academic record, in which he has earned 26 healthcare related college credits and three technical college certificates.  He has also obtained industry credentials as a certified nurse aide and emergency medical responder as well as volunteering for over 700 hours at Putnam General Hospital.  As a part of this reward, Dylan received a scholarship of $500 from AT&T.  CONGRATULATIONS DYLAN, WE ARE VERY PROUD OF YOU AND WISH YOU CONTINUED SUCCESS!!  GO WAR EAGLES!!

     

SKILLS CHALLENGE COMPETITION WINNER
  • Jackson Batchelor State Skills Welding Challenge Winner

     

    Jackson Batchelor, a Junior at Putnam County High School pictured above (right) with his CGTC welding instructor, Mr. Clark (left), was selected as the winner of the State Skills Challenge in Welding.  Jackson was recognized at the Board meeting (December 4th) for his achievement.  Jackson was the only one in the state to complete the welding challenge with perfection.  CONGRATULATIONS JACKSON AND WE ARE SO VERY PROUD OF YOU!! CONTINUE TO STRIVE TO DO YOUR VERY BEST AND YOU ARE GUARANTEED SUCCESS!! GO WAR EAGLES!!

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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 during the month of November at the Teacher of the Year banquet, where PCHS teacher Andrew Grodecki 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: Tricia Coxwell, PCPS, Jennifer Harper, PCES  and Crystal Watkins, PCMS. We honor our amazing educators as they each make a lasting impact in the education and lives of our students.

 

 

 

2017-2018 TOTY Banquet
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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

    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 11, 2017 (Regular Session) 6:00 p.m.

    Board Meeting - January 8, 2018 (Work Session) 6:00 p.m.

    Board Meeting - January 22, 2018 (Regular Session) 6:00 p.m.

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.

 

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