PEACH COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION SEEKS NEW SUPERINTENDENT The Peach County Board of Education is seeking a new superintendent. The system enrollment is 3650 (PK-12). King-Cooper and Associates will assist the Board of Education with the search for the new superintendent. Interested applicants should contact Frank King (770-468-2021), Henry Cooper (478-397-1976), or Dr. Bill Truby […]
The New Superintendent Orientation provides first-year superintendents with a concise overview of several critical responsibilities of the Georgia school superintendent position.
This highly-interactive orientation is facilitated by educators and others who are well-respected subject matter experts.
The successful operation of any school system depends upon effective organization, recruitment, and management of human resources. This institute provides a comprehensive reference manual. Instruction emphasizes how to organize and operate a successful public school personnel office on a day-to-day basis.
The appropriate housing of Georgia’s increasing student population depends upon effective funding, planning and construction of school facilities. The Facilities and Capital Outlay Management Institute provides each participant with two comprehensive reference manuals. The instructor guides participants through an intensive study of the processes and procedures used in planning and implementing a capital building project.
The successful operation of a local school system is largely dependent upon effective planning and preparation of the system budget; successful administration of the budget; and understanding and optimizing the funding mechanism of education in Georgia. This institute focuses on the practical aspects of developing and administering a Georgia school system budget.
GEORGIA SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS ASSOCIATION LEGISLATIVE UPDATE – 2018 Day Forty, March 29, 2018 Well, the 2018 Legislative Session is over. The session ended very late into the evening on March 29th. Bills were dropped, heard, amended, voted on, heard again, voted on again, and either made it all the way through the process, or […]