Helpful Links

Resources for Parents/Students: 
Click on the links below for each topic to find out more information.
January 2022:  ENGAGE Georgia
Georgia's Department of Education has partnered with Graduation Alliance to provide an extra layer of support for K-12 students and their families to boost school engagement and academic success during the school year.  Click on the title for more details.
J.C. Penney Mitchell County Schools Discount Program

Every family member of a student who attends Mitchell County School System  and all Mitchell County School System Employees are eligible to participate. The coupon launched February 5 and is good until February 1, 2025.


Exclusive offer:  extra 10% off our best coupon (in store and online).  Standard text messaging rates apply.  Discount can be combined with other coupons.  Coupon cannot be combined with JCPenney Credit Card new account discount.  Standard exclusions apply. 


Basic steps to use the coupon are:

  • Text “MCEagles10” to 67292 for more registration details.
  • Penney system will reply with a (one-time use) coupon code. Users can use it online at or in a JCPenney store.
  • Text in “MCEagles10” anytime to receive a new coupon. There is no limit on how many times a user can request a new coupon. (But each coupon is valid for one transaction)
Back to school immunizations
Below is a link to DPH informing about required vaccines for students.
Mitchell County School System's Strategic Plan and Balanced Scorecard  
School Based Health Center at Mitchell County High School 
Albany Area Primary Health Care and the Mitchell County School System have joined in partnership and developed a comprehensive health clinic that is located with the Career Academy at Mitchell County High School. This center is staffed with medical, dental, behavioral health, optometry, and/or other ancillary service providers.
Our services include diagnosis and treatment of acute illnesses and minor injuries, management of chronic illnesses, routine health physicals, immunizations, counseling, behavioral health, health education/promotion, hearing, vision and lab testing and referrals to medical subspecialists and community agencies, treatment of oral health issues with general dentistry services, and treatment of vision services with optometry services.
The primary focus of the clinic is to provide quality, accessible health care to the children of Mitchell County in order to positively impact children's health, school attendance, and academic performance.
Parents, please click on the link and sign the consent form for each of your children if you desire for your children to be seen. Signing the consent form does not change your child's personal doctor but it allows the child to be seen at our School Based Health Center.
Georgia Department of Education Parent Engagement Program - Parent Engagement is an ongoing process that increases active participation, communication, and collaboration between parents, schools, and communities with the goal of educating the whole child to ensure student achievement and success.  This site provides resources and information including events, activities, parent award nominations and more. CCRPI  
Common Core State Standards in English and Spanish - Resource for parents with brochures, links, and videos in English and Spanish.
CCRPI     The College and Career Ready Performance Index is Georgia's annual tool for measuring how well its schools, districts and the state itself are preparing students for the next educational level.
Governor's Office of Student Achievement - GA School Grades Report This website provides information about each of the schools in the Mitchell County School System including information on the school performance and other useful information about the school, such as performance on statewide assessments, the make-up of the school’s student body, the graduation rate, and additional academic information.  Click on the link to view the reports for the district and for each school.  Mitchell County School District 
Norms set the standard for positive working relationships. They are especially important for supporting positive collaboration between Board Members and the Superintendent. Norms help keep the focus on our mission: Student Achievement.  Click on title to see a list of MCBOE Norms
ChildFind Project:  The Georgia Department of Education has a mission to locate, identify and evaluate each child, 0-21 years of age, with a suspected disability and to provide appropriate educational services to these children. 
ESSA:  Every Student Succeeds Act, the replacement for the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (Commonly known as No Child Left Behind)  in December 2015 was signed into law.  More info GADOE ESSA website; US Department of Education ESSA website

Footsteps2Brilliance:  Mitchell County Schools has implemented the Footsteps2Brilliance program in primary and elementary grades.  Footsteps2Brilliance users have shown measurable results in vocabulary acquisition, critical thinking, and comprehension. The easy to use bilingual curriculum helps all parents, including parents who speak English as a second language.  Children are given electronic access to hundreds of books! Parents can assist their children and monitor their children’s progress by setting up an account at  Students in grades Pre-K – 3rd have been provided a login.  Parents are encouraged to enroll their toddlers in Mitchell County’s F2B!  Log in using this address:  


GA Milestones Assessment System is a comprehensive summative assessment program for grade 3 to High School.  Students in grades 3-8 take end-of-grade assessment in English Language Arts and Mathematics; students in grades 5 and 8 also are accessed in science and social studies.  High School students take an end-of-course assessment for each of the 10 courses designated by the State Board of Education including 9th Grade Literature, 11th Grade American Lit, Algebra I or Coordinate Algebra, Geometry or Analytic Geometry, Biology, Physical Science, United States History and Economics


Khan Academy - All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-school, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years.   The Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.

Khan's library of videos covers K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics, and even reaches into the humanities with playlists on finance and history. Each video is approximately 10 minutes long, and especially purposed for viewing on the computer.  Students can make use of the extensive video library, interactive challenges, and assessments from any computer with access to the web. Coaches, parents, and teachers have unprecedented visibility into what their students are learning and doing on the Khan Academy.
National PTA - Grade by grade Parent Guides for Student Success on the Common Core State Standards, available in English and Spanish.
GaDOE Bullying Prevention - Georgia Department of Education web site on bullying with lots of resources for parents and students.
Infinite Campus Student Portal allows students to assess their assessments. 
Student Accident Insurance 
For more information about the Student Accident Insurance Plan, please contact your child's school.