The Bibb County School District and the Business Education Partnership collaborated to re-launch the Principal for a Day program, which invited community members to visit Bibb County schools and experience first-hand the work taking place to prepare students for college or career. The experience was an opportunity to better understand the challenges and triumphs that principals and teachers see on a daily basis and provide input or feedback from a business or community perspective. Read More
When it comes to the Bibb County School District’s strategic plan, the goals of “Student Achievement” and “Student and Stakeholder Engagement” are in full force at Hutchings College and Career Academy. There, students are receiving a career-ready education – intertwined with local work-based learning opportunities with community partners – that will follow students long after graduation.
Macon’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) kicked off this fall, and it’s teaching 25 Macon area middle and high school students more than just business basics. YEA is a 30-week course involving hands-on learning, which results in the program’s graduates launching a real, registered business. This is the first YEA! program in Georgia.
Bibb County School District Superintendent Dr. Curtis L. Jones Jr. was presented with the Bill Barr Leadership Award on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 during the Georgia School Superintendents Association (GSSA) Fall Conference in Athens. Read More