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OFFICE HOURS

Students can meet with their teachers for additional help and support in their classes from 7:30 am to 8:15 am, prior to homeroom. Refer to the picture for designated subjects and days.
Office Hours

Youth Against Violence & Drugs Program: PROVIDING A POSITIVE INFLUENCE IN THE MINDS OF A YOUTH ONE DAY AT A TIME

Click the link above for information on the Youth Against Violence & Drugs Program; a free program for Bartow County’s young men and women ages 13-19. All classes will be held at the Cartersville Police Department training room, 195 Cassville Rd. Cartersville GA 30120. If you have questions, or would like to register, contact Resource Officer Donnie Scott- Bartow County School System Police -770-608-7091 donnie.scott@bartow.k12.ga.us
YAVD

Georgia Farm Bureau Essay Contest

Click on the lick above for information to enter the GA Farm Bureau Essay Contest, open to middle school students in 6th - 8th grades. Entries are due to the Bartow County Farm Bureau Office 1130 North Tennessee St. Suite A, Cartersville, GA 30120 by February 28, 2020. Cash prizes available!
Farm Bureau

Hope for Christmas

Click on the link to open Hope for Christmas information (English & Spanish). There will be 6 locations in Bartow County including Emerson, Allatoona, Kingston, East & West Cartersville and Adairsville.
Hope for Christmas

Holiday Assistance

Click on the link above to open a list of organizations offering assistance for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. You'll find information for New Frontier Community Thanksgiving, Feed Bartow, the Salvation Army Angel Tree, Bartow County Toys for Tots, Hope for Christmas-Bless Coalition and the Bartow Christmas Coalition.
Holiday Help

Student Agendas

Every student receives a Red Top Middle School agenda on their first day. If they are lost or damaged, a replacement can be purchased for $2 in the admin office during homeroom.
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Events Calendar

Bartow County Schools
Facts & Numbers

  • 89.2% Graduation Rate
  • 39% Honor graduates
  • 46% of students attend post-secondary in Georgia
  • 19 Advanced Placement courses offered
  • 2,251 College credit hours earned
  • 28 CTAE pathways offered