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ENES Vision: For all students to be well-rounded and prepared for the future

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NCSS Schools Closed Through April 24

Georgia Governor Orders All Public Schools Closed Through April 24
Posted on 03/26/2020
Schools closed through April 24, 2020Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has announced that
all Georgia public schools must remain closed
through Friday, April 24. As a result, Newton
County School System’s tentative reopen date is
Monday, April 27. Governor Kemp has stated that
he will make a decision regarding the remainder of
the school year prior to the reopen date. 

COVID-19 Instructional Plan


Please know that East Newton teachers and staff are still at work to support your child’s education during this time. Teachers have designed activities for students to complete at home and will update these as necessary. You may click the link below or the tab at the top of this page titled COVID-19 Instructional Plan. Learning activities are listed by grade level, and there are instructions for logging on to Clever where your student can work on several digital learning sites. All sites mentioned in the activities are familiar to students already. Please feel free to email your child’s teacher if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing our students back at school as soon as is safely possible. Please check this website, our Facebook page, and the NCSS website for all official updates regarding the school closings.


Click here to access the COVID-19 Instructional Plan.

Parent and Family EngagementFamily Engagement

An informed, engaged, and supportive family plays an instrumental role in a student's academic success. The Newton County School System supports families in partnerships with schools, district, and the community in the quest of achieving academic success for all students.  It is our hope that this page will provide valuable information and resources to engage you as an active partner.  The links below will provide you with various tools and resources to help support your child's learning.



 “We Are NCSS!”

The Winter 2019 edition of “We Are NCSS” is Hot Off the Press! This edition is dedicated to Mr. Almond Turner, our beloved district four representative on the Newton County Board of Education, who passed away tragically last month. In addition to our feature on Mr. Turner, you’ll find articles highlighting our school system’s efforts to provide food to local food banks this fall; Mainstay Academy’s literacy grant to purchase Chromebooks for students; our 2020 Teacher of the Year, Dr. Shannon Price; and Eastside High School’s Quizbowl team’s quest for a state championship, just to name a few! 


Winter edition of We Are NCSS





NCSS Partners with Purposity

Newton County School System Partners with Your Tool for Good
Posted on 03/03/2019
Purposity logoNewton County School System is excited to announce
a new partnership with Purposity, an app connecting
users with one-to-one needs in their community. The
partnership aims to fulfill the essential needs of the
students enrolled in Newton County Schools.

If you knew a kid down the street had a simple need –
say she needed sneakers for school – chances are
you’d help, right? But, it’s hard to know the needs of
real people in your community because there’s never
been a way to connect people who could really use
help with people who want to offer it. 

Enter a new app hitting Newton County: Purposity. Its
name comes from purpose + generosity, and it’s
designed to connect the individual needs of people near you with neighbors, like you.

The vision for Purposity is to connect people to doing good the way Facebook
connects us to friends and Google connects us to information. And, inspire the next
generation to live generously. 

“We live in an age when we can make a doctor’s appointment right from our phone,”
said founder Blake Canterbury, adding, “but we have no way of knowing if the family
down the street has food on its table or if their children have shoes on their feet.”
Purposity looks to bridge that gap locally. 

“I am excited to add Purposity to our toolbox of support for our Newton County
School System students,” said Samantha Fuhrey, superintendent of Newton County
Schools. “Often, teachers and staff go into their own pockets to help fill the needs of
our students; with Purposity, the entire community and beyond can help. I am thrilled
 to get started with Purposity and look forward to the great things we can accomplish
 with the support of our community-near and far!”

Dubbed Your Tool for Good, the Purposity app sends a weekly notification to users
with a need in their area. It also features user profiles, which track donors’ giving and
allows them to see their impact. The company’s vision takes aim at uniting neighbors
and communities around purpose by easily connecting them with opportunities for

“We wanted to create a way for communities to connect and unite in a meaningful
way,” stated Blake Canterbury, founder and CEO. “Our belief is that if you knew your
neighbor needed help, you’d help,” he added about the origins of the idea.

Those who sign up receive an alert with a link to a story of an individual in need and
can then choose to meet that need right on their phone. The requested item is in
hands of the organization in just a few days. It takes one text, under two minutes, and
a few clicks to make a difference for a fellow community member. 

To join the movement in Newton County, visit www.Purposity.com or download the
app from the App Store or Google Play.

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