The Glynn County Schools Nutrition Department will resume drive through meal service on Monday, August 10 through Wednesday, August 19 at ALL 16 school locations.
News & Announcements
Parents and guardians who have a child that will attend public school in Glynn County for the first time next school year are encouraged to register their child now for school in August. The 2020-2021 school year will begin on Tuesday, August 11.
The Summer Lunch Program will end on Friday, July 31st. However, Grab-N-Go meals will be available at ALL 16 school locations, beginning Aug. 10th-19th on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Starting Monday, June 1, the Glynn County Schools Nutrition Department will offer breakfast and lunch to children ages 18 years and younger through USDA’s Seamless Summer Option (SSO) program ensuring that all children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session.
Starting Tuesday, June 30, GCSS families will have the option to select between traditional, face-to-face instruction and continuing to learn from home when school resumes on Tuesday, August 11. All registration forms must be submitted before 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 12, 2020.
In an effort to remain open, accessible and transparent to the public, we have created a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to address concerns about the diverse and complex challenges our schools will face this fall.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to plan for the upcoming school year. In this document, you will find an overview of our COVID-19 Preventive Measures for 2020-21.
The Georgia Department of Public Education and the Georgia Department of Public Health recently released a document entitled Georgia’s Path to Recovery for K-12 Schools. This plan provides guidance, not mandates, regarding reopening school this fall.
In an effort to prepare for school next fall, we have created a very simple and short survey for you to complete for the upcoming school year to help us more fully prepare to meet the needs of the students. We would like to hear your thoughts and suggestions on the most beneficial way to move forward with education in the fall.
To give our students, teachers and staff, families, and community a clearer picture of what virtual and in-person instruction will entail, we have created a document that outlines a typical school day for students, including sample schedules, school meals and formal assessments.