IMPORTANT: Weather Update

IMPORTANT: Weather Update



Weather Notice Update

District schools and offices will be physically closed tomorrow, September 17, 2020. Instruction and business operations will continue virtually.

Please note the following details:

  • Each student should report online for instruction at his/her regularly scheduled time.
  • Each employee should report via telecommute, where feasible.
  • Assignments are accessible through the Canvas portal.
  • If you experience circumstances that cause student absence due to the weather patterns (e.g. power outages, flooding, etc.) please notify your school administrators and teachers.
  • All athletic and after-school activities are also cancelled for tomorrow.
  • Regular instruction, per the choice model, will resume at the scheduled times Friday, September 18, 2020. Please continue to monitor your emails and our website for updates.
  • All official District announcements will come directly from the Office of Communications and/or our Superintendent.

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Complete the 2020 Census

Complete the 2020 Census


Please complete the 2020 Census. If everyone in our community is not counted we risk losing funding for our school.   Visit to respond today.  More information about the 2020 census is located on our website.

“There is a lot at stake ― and little time to catch up. Last week, the U.S. House Oversight and Reform Committee released a report warning Georgia could lose nearly $75 million in annual federal healthcare, job training and education funding, if there is just a 1% undercount. Georgians can still submit their responses.” (AJC)

Click here to watch the video message from Governor Kemp and Superintendent Woods


Northside vs Spencer – Spencer Ticket Link


Below is the link to the tickets for the Northside vs Spencer football game on Friday, September 18, 2020.  Spencer is the visiting team.

Spencer Link:

There will be NO tickets sold at the stadium, all tickets are sold through the GoFan app.  Please download the GoFan app and create an account.  Once you have created the account, click on the link to purchase your tickets.  This link is for players families to purchase tickets.  The tickets will go live to the public on on Wednesday morning at 8:00 am.

Once purchased, DO NOT “VALIDATE” YOUR TICKET(S).  The ticket takers at the stadium will ask you to “validate” the ticket in front of them.  This will ensure people do not use the tickets twice.

No screenshots of tickets will be accepted.  If you are buying multiple tickets, please try to ensure that all members of your party are present together at the ticket gate.  If that is not possible, you should transfer a ticket to the members of your party that are not present.  You can only transfer a ticket one time.

The ticket gate will open for entry at 6:30 pm. In order to help expedite your entry, please have your GoFan app already pulled up on your mobile device as you approach the ticket gate.

This is a new ticket procedure for the 2020 football season.  We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Connect Ed. Message – September 10th

Bus Passes will be distributed tomorrow 9 AM – 3 PM
Please ensure that students are signing into their Zoom classes through Clever to access Canvas.
9th-grader who selected traditional instruction will report to school Monday morning. A grab and go breakfast will be available.  Temperatures will be checked.  Bookbags are allowed, as students will not have a locker.
Students must bring and wear their own mask.
Parents, the deadline to make changes on your choice was last Friday, September 4th.  All 9th graders who selected tradition instruction, but do not attend class starting Monday will be marked absent.  Virtual attendance will no longer be an option.

Progress Reports – Important Information


Progress Reports

Due to the current virtual instruction model, we will not print/distribute hard copy progress reports District-wide. ​Each student’s first nine weeks progress report will be available through the Parent Portal September 9, 2020.

How to access progress reports (see the detailed guide HERE):

  1. Log into Parent Portal.
  2. If you have more than one student in your account, select a student using the drop-down list.
  3. Click the “Documents” link in the menu.
  4. Select “20-21” under the “School Year” drop-down list.
  5. Select “1st Progress Report.”
  6. IMPORTANT: Kindergarten students are still being assessed; progress will be provided with the report card at the end of the first nine weeks.
  7. If you experience difficulty accessing your student’s progress reports, contact your student’s assigned school for assistance.