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Georgetown Elementary School

Welcome to Georgetown Elementary!
954 High Lane • Columbus, GA 31907 • (706) 565-2980

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Our Mission:

To inspire and equip all students to achieve unlimited potential.

Our Vision:

The Georgetown Jaquars foster a healthy organization where...

We embrace equity and diversity.

We hold ourselves and other to the same high standards.

We commit to continuous learning and improvement.

We treat everyone with dignity and respect as We serve the needs of others.



Be Ready. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. 


* NEW*







Please Join Us for the Grandparent's Breakfast


Last Day to make a reservation in Friday, Sept. 1st

Georgetown is excited to announce the addition of two Pre-K 

classes this school year. 

Pre-K Qualifications


 Child must be 4 years old by Sept. 1st 



Pre-K Registration Documents Required: 


Proof of age

Proof of Georgia residence

Parent ID

Social Security Card

30 Days for Shot records

90 Days for ear, eye and dental

Transportation and lunch will be provided

Georgia Standards curriculum


Important Upcoming Calendar Dates

  • Aug 1 - 4th  Teacher Planning/Staff Development Days (PK-2)

  • Aug 2 - 7th  System-wide Verification Days

  • Aug 7th - In-person grades PK-2 (Phase-In)

  • Aug 8th - 1st Day of School, 1st Semester Begins

  • Sept 4th - Labor Day

  • Sept 7th - Progress Reports

  • Oct 6 - Virtual Learning Day (No school PK-2)

  • Oct 9th - Teacher Planning/Staff Development Day

  • Oct 11th  - End of 1st Nine Weeks

  • Oct 13th - Report Cards


Status Updates: 2023-2024 School Year Parent Packet Distribution Details:


Dear Parents:

The Muscogee County School District will be distributing the Parent Packets for the school year 2023-2024 via the Parent Portal on June 23, 2023. The forms must be completed and signed before the beginning of the school year. 



Central Registration
(706) 748-2219

Sonia Sheehan – Manager of Student Services

(706) 748-2219

**Transportation Registration**



Dear Parents/Guardians,

In order to control bus capacities and keep our students safe, all students who need transportation for the school year 2023-2024 must register prior to receiving a bus assignment. This includes all students, regardless of a previous year, riding the school bus.

Remember, before submitting a transportation request, please ensure the student's information is up to date in Infinite Campus at the school registrar's office.

To register, please click here:

The deadline to register is July 15th to secure a bus seat for the first day of school.

For special needs transportation, please contact the Exceptional Services Program (Special Education Department) at 706-748-2230, located at the Muscogee County Public Education Center.

For additional assistance, please contact the Transportation Department at (706) 748-2876.



Pik My Kid  

Georgetown Elementary school will be using PikMyKid to manage dismissal and as an added level of protection to ensure that our kids are always accounted for.  This is a school wide process. We appreciate everyone's willingness to follow our new school protocol.


                                    :KEY STEPS:

1. Search "PikmyKid-parent app" in your google play store or apple store.

2. Enter your name and email.

3. Verify Email

4. Add Phone number and create password

5. Exit app completely

6. Enter app again

7. Click add child (in blue)

8. Scan Parent Connection Code




*****To ensure you are our Georgetown parents, please still have the corresponding car tag hanging in your cars for car dismissal*****



*** Parents, you will be able to see when your student has left the classroom AND when the bus/daycare has departed our campus.



*** Parents, you will be able to see when your student has been dismissed from the campus.



*** Parents, you will be able to see when your student has been dismissed to the after-school program.



** will be able to add emergency contacts.

** Change mode of transportation BY 12:30


Note:  Newly registered students AND Pre-k Students do not have parent connection codes as of 8/5/23. Your child's homeroom teacher will send these codes as soon as the school receives them.




Parent HOW TO video links: ( to register) (using app)  ( Acct tab overview) (Using the Parent App to Manage Dismissal Plans)


Chromebook Care and Responsibility

* "All students have been issued a Chromebook (to include Case and Charger) to use during the school day. Students must always be responsible for their Chromebook/Case/Charger.  To be good stewards of taxpayer dollars, students must be responsible for caring for their Chromebook and not damaging it in any way. Chromebooks are to be always carried in a case when not in use.  Students who damage Chromebooks and/or accessories can be assessed a replacement fee as per Board (see MCSD Board Policy JS: Student Fees, Fines, and Charges)."

  • Care and Use of School Property - Chromebooks, Textbooks, and Media Center Checkouts:  Students will be responsible for properly caring for all books, supplies, Chromebooks, and accessories or equipment furnished by the school. A student who defaces, damages, or loses school property must pay for the damage or loss (see MCSD Board Policy JS: Student Fees, Fines, and Charges).

  • A Parent/Student must pay all fees and fines owed to the school promptly. Parents/Students must clear all fines or expenses during the year the fines are assessed. Fines must be paid/cleared where they were assessed before moving to the next level in school."

                                                                                               Muscogee County School District Policy

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PBIS incentives

Parents/guardians, we have started implementing PBIS incentives.

Dressing out of uniform is a PBIS incentive,
and dressing out of uniform is a privilege that each student earns based on the criteria below. Dressing out of uniform may not, and will not occur each week. Your student(s) must present a dress ticket from his/her teacher If he/she is eligible to dress out of uniform. We definitely desire your student(s) to participate in this PBIS incentive but we need your support in that we are communicating the criteria. Dressing out of uniform it is a privilege and not a right. It is the sole desecration of the teacher based on the following criteria below.

For students to be able to dress out of uniform:
Academic goals met for the week
No Absences for the week
No Tardies for the week
No Office Referrals/Opportunity Room for the week
Positive Behavior for the whole week
No bus referrals
No ripped, torn, or holy jeans are permitted.
Unfortunately, if your student is not eligible and if he/she dresses out of uniform we will call and ask you to support our incentive based endeavor by bringing his/her uniform to school.

Dr. Michael Forte'

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Afterschool Program Application
Click on arrow (right top corner of document) to download. Complete application, print and return to school office.


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