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hubbardJordan Hubbard is a 2006 graduate from Cedartown High School.

He is a 2010 cum laude graduate from Shorter College with a Bachelors Degree in political science and history. He also holds a master's degree in history.

He is a local businessman and is the owner and operator of Studio Fit 24/7 and the Ideal Bakery in downtown Cedartown. He became an elected official in 2014 as a City Commissioner in Cedartown. He also teaches Dual Enrollment history courses at the Polk County College & Career Academy.


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Campbell McLendon is a 4th grade student at Eastside Elementary.

She is an accomplished tap and jazz dancer who competes with The Dance Factory in Austell, GA. She has won awards in competitions all over the east coast. She is also an excellent student who maintains all As while juggling a demanding dance schedule. She is an awesome young lady!


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Superintendent's Message

la  November is Parent Engagement Month in Georgia

November is the season of being thankful for the many positive things in our lives.  In addition to being thankful for the wonderful students we serve in Polk School District, I am grateful for the individuals that have the first influence on our students; our parents.  

Georgia celebrates Family Engagement Month during November.  Polk School District is grateful year-round for all of the parents and families who are engaged in our students’ education.  We consider parents vital partners in achieving success with all of our students.  When the schools and families support each other, all of our children can experience growth and achievement. 

The support parents provide for their children can be endless.  Some ways our parents are engaged on a daily basis are monitoring homework, providing encouragement, communicating with teachers, promoting positive attendance, and participating in activities and events.  All of these things have a proven, positive impact on our children’s total educational experience.   

Once again, on behalf of Polk School District, I want to thank our parents and families for helping us create well-educated, well-rounded citizens for Polk County.

PSD is Thankful for Our Students and Families

Laurie Atkins, Superintendent

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