Volunteer

Volunteer Forms

  • Welcome! Volunteers play an important and valuable role at Pike County Schools. Students, teachers, staff, parents and the community benefit from the work of individuals like you who freely share their talents and resources.  We also know that as a volunteer, you, too, will be rewarded. Our handbook is directed to all volunteers, parents/families, grandparents, college, high, or middle school students, retired persons, former teachers and administrators, persons from the business and faith communities, persons of every educational level -in short, to anyone wishing to devote a portion of her or his time to our students and school community. Because we want you to get the most out of your volunteer experience, we want to make sure you are an informed volunteer.

     

    One hour a week, one day a week, one day on a special project -your efforts make a difference for students.

Announcements

  • STEM Parent Night

    As time for 10th grade registration nears, there is important information regarding the STEM program that you need in order to best decide your continued path in high school. We have scheduled a STEM informational night for all parents/guardian and students on Tuesday, January 15th at 6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Pike County High School. This meeting is only for parents of students currently enrolled in STEM. Representatives from Pike County High School will be present to discuss new options within the STEM program beginning next school year. 

    If your family is unable to attend this meeting, it is important to let us know as soon as possible. Please call or email:

    Liz Fordham, Counselor   fordhah@pike.k12.ga.us      770-567-8770 ext. 2110

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  • Captain of the Month--Mr. Clay Woerner

    Captain of the Month At Ninth Grade Academy, we are excited to have a non-traditional employee recognition program, in which students nominate the staff members who make a difference and are exceptional. This month, we would like to recognize Mr. Clay Woerner, who was nominated by student Joshua Rich. Joshua, a student in Mr. Woerner's class, writes, “I nominate Mr. Woerner for Captain of the Month. He always tries to make class easy for some students. His enthusiasm and optimism makes him stand out. He always makes an effort to put a smile on students’ faces with his Joke of the Day. Even though some students prove irritable to Mr. Woerner, he always has the strength to keep high self-esteem and put them back in order. He shows heavy determination to get students to join in Operation: Christmas Shoebox.”

    Mr. Woerner, thank you for helping to make NGA such a special place!

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Contact Us

  • Pike Ninth Grade Academy

    Office: 770-567-2960 

    Fax: 770-567-2095