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  Mission Statement  

Expand-Empower-Excel (E³)

  About The School  


We believe that the children of Wilkinson County are our most valuable resource because they are the future leaders of the 21st century. Further, we believe that the task of the school is to provide all students with multiple opportunities to master content knowledge, skills, and positive academic attributes for successful participation in an ever-changing world. It takes collaboration among all education stakeholders to develop students into successful citizens able to participate and compete in the world. Therefore, we believe in working together in an open and inviting learning environment that enables students to cultivate their strengths while improving upon their weaknesses. 

School Creed

Everyday I will be ready, respectful and responsible

so that I can learn and do my very best!

School Hours

Take In Time:
7:20 AM
Dismissal Time:
3:00 PM
Main Telephone Line:

Wilkinson County School District

Dr. Aaron Geter       


Dr. Virginia Rozier  

Assistant Superintendent

Deborah Happoldt  

PEC Director

Dr. Chiquita Geter  

Asst. PEC Director / RTI Coordinator 

Kim Mack  

Instructional Support Specialist

Michelle Ransom  

Instructional Support Specialist

District Vision Statement

Making Students Competent Builders of a Globally Competitive Future

District Mission Statement
Expand - Empower - Excel (E3)

Beliefs of Wilkinson County Schools:

  • Educators should utilize varied instructional strategies, hands-on learning experiences, and seek professional and personal improvement through continuous learning and shared leadership.
  • Collaborative relationships with parents, school, and the community enhance schools’ ability to positively impact student achievement.
  • Schools must provide a positive culture where students feel safe and are able to learn to their fullest potential.
  • High achievement is the direct result of high expectations.
  • The continuous use of data analysis processes is the foundation of informed instructional decision making.
  • The school environment should maximize instructional time and eliminate any obstructions to time on task.