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Welcome to Camden County Schools

Located on the southernmost coast of Georgia, Camden County Schools is on a mission to motivate, inspire and challenge our students every day. Our school system serves the diverse needs of over 9,000 students between our nine elementary schools, two middle schools and one comprehensive high school with a 9th Grade Center.

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UPDATE: October 26,2021

Camden County Schools Updates Covid Mask Protocol

Effective immediately, the wearing of masks or face-coverings will be optional for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors to Camden County schools and district office buildings. The administrative decision to remove the mask requirement was made with the input of the System Steering Committee and in response to the continuing downward trend of the Camden Covid Community Transmission Index (CTI) and 7-day Rolling Average of Covid cases in Camden. To offer greater perspective on these Covid numbers, when the school year began on August 2nd, the CTI was 1020, the Index peaked on August 30th at 1493, and has been steadily decreasing since late September to the current CTI of 172. 

While Camden County Schools will no longer require masks, schools will continue to offer enhanced sanitizing and observe social distancing whenever possible. Students, faculty/staff, and visitors will continue to have the option to wear masks while on Camden campuses. System administration will continue to partner with the Georgia Coastal Health District, Southeast Georgia Health System, and Camden Emergency Management to monitor the impact of Covid on our community in the upcoming months. Camden County Schools reserves the right to alter Covid protocol in response to a significant documented increase in the spread of Covid in our community.

Superintendent John Tucker urges Camden citizens to remain vigilant in taking measures to prevent the spread of Covid. Dr. Tucker shares, “Removing the mask requirement for our schools does not signal that the fight against Covid is over. This deadly virus has taken a very real toll on families in our community. We continue to offer our deepest sympathies to those who have been affected by or lost loved ones due to Covid. I ask you to take a moment to visit the Georgia Coastal Health District website at www.gachd.org to learn about Covid preventative measures and the availability of free Covid immunizations in our area.”


Impact Aid

What is Impact Aid?

  • The Impact Aid Program is designed to directly compensate local school districts for local revenue lost due to the presence of federally owned property.  Federally owned property is tax-exempt.
  • Federal presence in Camden includes active military families, low rent housing, and families working or living on federal property. 

When is the survey date?

  • Survey date is November 8
  • A form will be sent on November 8th along with a parent letter to explain the sections on the form
  • A signed form is needed for each child in the district even if they are not connected.

Impact Aid funds are used to support education in the school district.

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