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Hart County Charter System

Mission: The mission of the Hart County Charter System is to prepare all individuals to meet tomorrow’s challenges by providing quality educational opportunities today.

Vision: Hart County Schools will be recognized for educational excellence.

Guiding Principles/Beliefs:

  • Stakeholders promote a positive atmosphere that fosters confidence and self-worth for all.
  • Each individual is valued and treated with respect.
  • Schools provide safe, secure, and nurturing environments for all.
  • Each individual has the right to be educated and the responsibility to learn.
  • Quality education requires partnership, which is the responsibility of the school system, the students, the parents, and the community.
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Hartwell Elementary Student wins RESA Level Young Georgia Authors

Kamryn McIntosh, first grade student at Hartwell Elementary, has won the RESA level Young Georgia Authors writing competition.
Kamryn is one of Hart County’s thirteen system level Young Georgia Authors named on March 16, 2016. System level winning entries were sent to RESA level judging, and Kamryn’s entry will now move to the state level competition. State level winners will be announced Friday, May 13, 2016.

The purpose of the Young Georgia Authors writing competition is to encourage students to develop enthusiasm for and expertise in their writing, to provide a context to celebrate their writing successes, and to recognize student achievement in arts and academics.
This prestigious competition has been engaging Georgia students for more than two decades and is open to any student currently enrolled in Georgia public schools, grades K-12. The competition is sponsored by the Georgia Council of Teacher of English with the Georgia Department of Education’s support and cooperation.

Kamryn is the daughter of Chad and Lisa McIntosh and is in Mrs. Leigh Grant’s class. Kamryn’s mother, Lisa, shared that writing is one of her favorite hobbies. Mrs. Grant added that Kamryn is an excellent speller and loves to read in class.

** Please note that as of April 22,2016 students can not charge meals!**
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Online Payment Option

The Hart County School Nutrition Program is participating in mySchoolBucks, an on-line system that will allow parents/guardians to make deposits into your student’s school meal account or view cafeteria purchases. A $2.00 transaction fee covers the cost of processing online transactions. Public school districts are non-profit organizations funded by tax dollars. The transaction fee paid by parents goes directly to the payment processor not to the school district. We offer online payments as an additional prepayment option and convenience to parents.

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Hartwell Elementary School

147 S. College Avenue

Hartwell, Georgia 30643

Phone: 706-376-4425

Fax: 706-856-7317

Dr. Veronica Johnson , Principal

Courtney Hart, Assistant Principal

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