Turner County Schools Archives

Turner County School System proudly recognizes our Teacher's of the Year!!

  • Representing Turner County High School: Mr. Wayne Baxter
  • Representing Turner County Middle School: Mrs. Deborah Priest
  • Representing Turner County Elementary School: Mrs. Vicki M. Brown
  • Representing Turner County Specialty School: Ms Veronica Crockett
  • Turner County School System Teacher of the Year: Mrs. Vicki M. Brown    


ARCHIVED 1/27/2017


ARCHIVED 1/25/2017

Monday, January 23, 2017 2:00 PM  Turner County Schools will resume school tomorrow, Tuesday, January 24, 2017. However, buses will not be able to travel on dirt roads for several more days. We are asking parents that if you live on a dirt road and would like to meet your bus at the intersection of the hard road and dirt road, all buses will stop at those intersections at their normal pickup times. If your child is unable to make it to school, all schools will allow ample time for students to make up work they may have missed.

For faculty and staff needing additional time to address family needs, please know that Turner County Schools fully support your decisions. Substitute personnel will be called to help out at the schools. We do not want you to worry, but to understand that Turner County Schools gives you our full support in your endeavors to get your life back to normal as much as possible. We pray that everyone stays safe during this time of recovery.

Posted 1/23/17 2:00 pm

Due to inclement weather, the Varsity Girls Basketball game on January 21, 2017has been moved to 6:00 pm with the Varsity Boys game following immediately after. the Jv Girls and boys games have been cancelled.

Archived January 22, 2017


On November the 6th – 8th twenty-seven students from Turner County Middle School attended the 40th Annual Junior Youth Assembly in Atlanta, Georgia.  At Junior Youth Assembly students got to see first-hand how laws are made in the State of Georgia.  Four of our students served as Senators and twenty-three served as Representatives. All of the students attending JYA wrote and submitted their own bills, but only forty-eight were accepted to be debated by the students. Of the forty-eight bills accepted, nine of them belonged to students from our school.


For most of our students this was the first opportunity that they had ever had to speak in front of more than a few people. They did an excellent job representing their bills and Turner County. The group was accompanied by Vanessa and Bobby Sylvester, Shelley Robinson, Bill Clark and Rene` Hasty. The students who attended the conference were First Row: Elizabeth Velasco, Michael Bryan II, Brady Coffey and Joey Williford, Jacob Burgess Second Row: Chloe Bowden, Macie Rae Furney, Blaykelyn Stephens, Madison McMillian and Colton Sylvester. Third Row: Naqirah Garcia, Alexus Hodge, Tatiyana Holley, Tristin Turner and Zekira Coley. Fourth Row: Chae Thomas, A’Miracle Rhodes, Alex Taylor, Tamera Wright and Na’Khaya Roberson. Fifth Row: Jace Wynn, Nalecia Alford and Chloe Fowler. Sixth Row: Zach Brown, Alexis Callejas, Cierra Boney and Demarrion Wilson.


The students would like to extend a special “Thank you!” to the people and businesses in Turner County who contributed to our cause by participating in our “Tanks for Turner” fundraiser.  Without the incredible support of our community we would not have been able to have as many students participate in this awesome educational experience.  

Archived Jan 13, 2017