District News

Morgan County Health Department is excited to announce the availability of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for those persons in Tier 1A. Tier 1A includes health care workers, long-term care facility residents and staff, adults age 65 and older, and first responders (including firefighters and law enforcement officers).
Beginning Monday, January 25th, and every Monday thereafter, COVID-19 vaccines will be offered locally at the Morgan County Health Department. COVID-19 vaccines will be the ONLY service provided on Mondays. Appointments for COVID-19 vaccination are REQUIRED.
If you registered to receive a vaccine through the Public Health website,, you will be contacted by Morgan County Health Department staff to schedule your appointment locally. Priority will be given to those previously registered. If you have not registered on the website, you may call the Morgan County Health Department at 706-752-1266, ext. 0 to schedule your appointment. We expect call volume to be high, so please be patient.
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Graduation Rate on the Rise!

For the third consecutive year, Morgan County High School has increased its graduation rate and exceeds the state and local Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) averages. Morgan County High School's Class of 2020 had a 4-year graduation cohort rate of 91.9%, up from 91.2 percent for 2019.

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MCPS & MCES Schools News

Thank you, Parents!


What a great first week of school! We have completed a whole week!
Thanks, parents, for...
  • your help in the car line! We have 470 car riders in the morning and 350 in the afternoon.
  • having your child to school on time! Today all buses were on time and the car rider line was finished by 8:00.
  • encouraging your child each day! We can feel the happiness in our building!
Thanks for the warm welcome I have received! This county is truly the best, and we are definitely #OneMorgan!
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MCMS & MCHS School News