Gadsden County Public Schools


Gadsden County Public Schools


The Gadsden County School District is the best kept secret in the State of Florida. Our district serves about 7,000 students and 1,000 employees. Our students are enrolled in classes and programs that range from pre-kindergarten to dual enrollment programs, allowing students to earn college credits from Tallahassee Community College. Nestled in a small community of beautiful green, rolling hills just twenty miles south of the southern most border of Georgia and twenty miles west of Tallahassee (Florida State Capitol), Gadsden County is offering the best of all worlds. Our part of Florida has rolling hills, large forested tracts of land, and abundance of rivers and streams. Our average annual temperature is 70 degrees. We are bisected by Interstate-10 and U.S.90 east/west and U.S. 27 north/south, close to the beaches, but not that far from the mountains. We enjoy a "small town", high quality of life that combines the best of the past with the convenience of the present. Gadsden County Cities include: Quincy, the county seat, Havana, Chattahoochee, Gretna, Greensboro and Midway. Located in the center of Gadsden County, Quincy is truly the hub city, with the county's major commercial, industrial and business interests located here. Quincy, All American City 1996, has aggressively renovated its downtown square and continues its efforts, having now grown to a nineteen block area. Seven large diversified manufacturers and a multi-million dollar agriculture industry highlight the business climate in this county seat. For more great information on Gadsden County, Florida, visit our Chamber of Commerce website by clicking here: Come find all you're looking for in Gadsden County, Florida!

Mission Statement

The mission of the Gadsden County School Board is to develop well-rounded, productive citizens who will make a better world. We work together with stakeholders (students, parents, faculty, staff, community members, etc.) to achieve and maintain excellence in our programs and practices. All policies are adopted to encourage use of the basic principles of due process. Consistent, fair, flexible and equitable practices are expected by all involved in order to foster respect for self, the school system, and the society. Vision Statement: It is the vision of The School Board of Gadsden County that all students are prepared for success in a rapidly changing, diverse, global society through a variety of educational opportunities. The district is committed to providing safe and supportive learning environments that ensure continuous progress towards high student achievement. Through the collaboration of a caring school community and the allocation of resources, aligned with our mission and goals, we will maximize the opportunities for all students to succeed in life. Belief Statements: The Gadsden County School District believes that . . . •All students can learn. •Each student is a valued individual with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs. •The commitment to continuous improvement to achieve the goal of enabling all students to realize their potential in a rapidly changing, diverse, global society is expected of all stakeholders of the school system. •Assessments of student learning provide students with a variety of opportunities to demonstrate the achievement of the expectation for their learning. •Education is the key to opportunity and social mobility. •A safe and supportive learning environment promotes student achievement •Students need to not only develop a deep understanding of essential knowledge and skills, but also need to develop the capacity to apply their learning, and to reason, solve problems, and produce quality work.

Equal Employment Opportunity Statement

Gadsden County School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Gadsden County Public Schools