Twiggs County Middle School Celebrates Remarkable Academic Turnaround Exiting GaDOE Low Performance List in a Single Year

Staff Report

Friday, January 26th, 2024

Twiggs County Middle School, under the leadership of Superintendent Dr. Mack Bullard, has successfully exited the Georgia Department of Education's (GaDOE) Comprehensive Support & Improvement (CSI) Low-Performance List within a single year. The recently released 2023 College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) scores reveal a substantial increase in Closing Gaps, Progress, College & Career Readiness, and Content Mastery.

The Georgia Department of Education's release of the 2023-2024 school lists, as mandated by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), includes designations for schools in need of additional support. Twiggs County Middle School's notable accomplishment places it among the 86 schools statewide that have made the necessary improvements to exit the corresponding status.

Twiggs County Middle School's exit from the CSI Low-Performance List is a testament to the dedicated efforts of the school leadership, faculty, and students. The significant improvements in Closing Gaps, Progress, College & Career Readiness, and Content Mastery underscore the school's commitment to providing a high-quality education.

Dr. Mack Bullard, Superintendent of Twiggs County School District, expresses his pride in the achievement, stating, "This accomplishment reflects the hard work and dedication of our educators, staff, and students. It demonstrates the effectiveness of our collaborative efforts to create a positive and thriving learning environment in Twiggs County Public Schools."

The school's success is not only a cause for celebration within the Twiggs County School District but also highlights the positive impact of targeted support and strategic interventions in elevating educational standards.