Vision, Mission, and Beliefs
The Mission of the Echols County School System is to provide an excellent education for all students
Our vision is to be a school system that develops independent, responsible, lifelong learners
Our Beliefs (Core Values)
- All children learn in different ways and at different rates
- All children should have an equal opportunity to learn
- Environmental, socio-economic, and life experiences influence students’ learning
- Parents should be meaningfully engaged in their child’s education
- Parents should instill in their children the value of education and the importance of regular attendance, acceptable behavior, and academic success
- The school system should communicate clear, high, and attainable expectations for all students, staff, and stakeholders
- All students should be provided a broad, coherent, and challenging curriculum related to the real world
Schools should strive to prepare students to be productive, self-sufficient, and contributing members of society
- Schools should make educational decisions informed by data and in the interest of all students
- School should provide a safe and caring environment for all
- The community should have a vested interest in the education of all its children
- Together, the school system and the community serve as the foundation for quality of life, growth, and sustainability of the community
School Events and Fundraisers
Please complete the order form and return the order form and payment to your child's teacher. Contact Kilia McLeod for more information.
Congratulations to our crowned 2023 Miss Echols contestants! We are very proud to have these young ladies represent our school and community.
School IDs are in and available for purchase for $5.00. ID cards are only available to students that had their picture taken on August 30, 2022. Please return the completed order form (attached above) and payment to your child's teacher. Please contact Kilia McLeod at email@example.com for questions.
Tips & Resources for Parents of High School Students
Fri Dec 03 04:49 PM
Governor's Office of Student Achievement
Thu Nov 19 11:00 AM