Monroe County Schools Announces Georgia Milestones Testing Schedule
Monroe County Schools students in grades three and four will have Georgia Milestones testing April 25-28, and students in grade 5 will have testing beginning April 25 through May 5.  Students in grades six and seven will test April 24-28.  Eighth graders will test April 24-May 5.  High school students in End of Course exam courses will take their tests May 2 through May 12.  For more information, contact your child's

Monroe County Schools is currently reviewing possible science textbook and instructional resource options for use beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.  Resources for students in grades 6-8 will be available for review at Monroe County Middle School-Banks Stephens Campus and resources for students in grades 9-12 will be available for review at Mary Persons High School during the following dates and times:
Monday, March 13, 9am-2pm
Tuesday, March 14, 9am-2pm
Wednesday, March 15, 9am-2pm
Thursday, March 16, 9am-2pm
*Please note:  Science resource adoption for students in grades K-5 will be postponed to ensure textbooks and resources are more appropriately aligned to the new Georgia Standards of Excellence for Science. We anticipate the adoption of K-5 science resources next school year.  
For more information, please call Alicia Elder, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning, at (478)994-2031. 

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Samuel E. Hubbard Elementary School will provide all learners with opportunities to acquire the knowledge, skills and experiences necessary to build meaningful and productive lives in a global society.  



As a member of Samuel E. Hubbard Elementary School, I promise to show respect towards myself and others, take responsibility for what I say and do, and strive to my fullest potential.


  • Each student can learn, achieve, and succeed.
  • Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
  • Instructional practices incorporate activities that take into account differences in learning styles and developmental stages.
  • Self-discipline and mutual respect are important for the safety and well being of all students and staff.
  • A safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
  • Parents, students, teachers and the community share the responsibility for support of the school’s mission. 



Hubbard Elementary will inspire life-long problem-solving and academic excellence by engaging students through real-life STEM activities.






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