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Macon County School System COVID Update  

Our primary concern is everyone’s safety.  Macon County School System and the surrounding region are still experiencing record levels of COVID cases.  Our local medical facilities face a strain in their ability to treat COVID patients and other health concerns.  We face several considerations as we decide when and how to return staff and students to our school buildings:  

  1. COVID-19 data for Macon County and the West Central Georgia region 

  2. Healthcare facilities capacity and ability to treat our community

  3. MCSS staffing capacity

  4. Availability of the COVID-19 vaccine

We will continue to monitor COVID-19 data in our region and consider plans to safely return students to in-person instruction. Our tentative date of return is February 1, 2021.  We will continue to provide updates on our plans in writing, on our web site, and through ShoutPoint.  Please see district and school websites for detailed School Re-Opening Protocols.  


Marc F. Maynor, Superintendent 

Macon County School System


Town Hall

Virtual Board Meeting

Chrome BookStudent Laptop Agreement Form
Required to Check Out a Student Device

Formulario del acuerdo del ordenador portátil para estudiantes
Necesario para desprotee un dispositivo de estudiante

Phase II Re-Opening Selection

All MCSS households were sent letters regarding the second semester re-opening plan discussed in the December 3 virtual Town Hall Meeting.  This letter included a form to be returned to Macon County High School no later than January 6.  These forms be returned as soon as possible to maximize the opportunity for planning and preparation at the school level.

Letter from Superintendent Maynor
Carta del Superintendente Maynor en Español 
Phase II Re-Opening Selection Form
Fase 2 forma de selección de reapertura en Español

Hiring Bus Drivers

There is no more important position in our school system than our school bus drivers. This job is much more than just getting the bus to school on time. Great school bus drivers also have a pocket full of tissues for runny noses, a bushel full of smiles for kids who are having bad days and hold an undying commitment to the safe and secure travel of the most precious cargo in the world. Our school bus drivers are responsible for picking up and delivering several hundred children during a normal shift — on time and safely. They are responsible for following all traffic and company regulations to the letter, and must remain cool, calm and collected in all situations. Our school bus drivers also complete daily pre- and post-shift vehicle inspection activities to ensure a safe journey for our riders.

 For more information, please give us a call at (478) 472-8188 Ext 2021



Physical Addresses Needed for New Bus Routes

Macon County School System is in the process of restructuring the bus routes.  This process will enable our students to arrive to school in a more safely, accurate and timely manner.  In order for our school district to accomplish these goals, we need your assistance.

According to state guidelines, the school buses will only be able to pick up those students who have a residential address on file with the school system.  If your family’s mailing address is listed under a P. O. Box address, please complete the form that was sent home by students or complete the electronic version below. 

Bus Route Form

Parent's Name: 

Child 1 Name: 

Child 2 Name: 

Child 3 Name: 

Child 4 Name: 

Child 5 Name: 

Child 6 Name: 

Child 7 Name: 

Child 8 Name: 

Family’s Physical Address (No P.O. Boxes): 


Zip code: 

Current Bus Driver: 

Current Bus Number: 


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What's Happening

A Solve Scholarship is a financial award for qualifying families to pay for a specific child (ages 5-12, kindergarten through 7 th grade) to attend a licensed child care program that offers full-time care for schoolage students or a licensed exempt day camp program while the child is engaged in virtual learning. (Click for more information)


Macon County Said NO to Amendment 1
Six out of 10 votes cast on Amendment 1 opposed the constitutional amendment to allow a state takeover of the state’s worst performing schools. (Atlanta-Journal Constitution)
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ZIKA Virus
Please read this article about keeping your kids safe from the Zika Virus.
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Join the Curriculum Advisory Council
Parents of ALL students (PK-12) encouraged to join!
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Let's Celebrate

2016 Macon County High School Graduation Rate


2017 Macon County High School Graduation Rate


2018 Macon County High School Graduation Rate


Please click here to read the article about the increase in graduation rates.

30.8% increase since 2012