Welcome to Irwin County School District!

FY14 Schedule of Approved Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) Projects

Comprehensive Infrastructure Project Contract
Request for Qualifications

Irwin County Schools is currently seeking responses for a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) on a Comprehensive Infrastructure Project Contract. All responses should be sealed and clearly marked "RFQ--Comprehensive Infrastructure Project Contract" and should be submitted no later than January 7, 2015 at 2 p.m. RFQ packets may be picked up from and responses should be submitted to the following address:

Irwin County Schools
Dr. Thad Clayton, Superintendent
P.O. Box 225
210 Apple Street
Ocilla, GA 31774

NOTE: The District reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, to waive any irregularities therein, and/or to award to other than the low bidder.

Job Openings

No current openings.

Visit the Employment page for information on how to apply for open positions.

2014 "Tater Trot"
Monday, 15 September 2014 08:40

JoggerGet your running shoes ready! In conjunction with the 54th Annual Sweet Potato Festival in Ocilla, the Marching "Big Red" will be hosting the annual Tater Trot on October 25. The Tater Trot is a 5K and 1 mile run. We are looking for runners of all ages. Registration fees will be $20 for ages 13 and older, and $15 for ages 12 and younger. The registration deadline is October 13. On-Site registration fees will be $25, regardless of age. Applications are available from Band Director Jacob Fortner, any band booster, or the Ocilla-Irwin County Chamber of Commerce.

Tater Trot Application

Feed My School
Friday, 12 September 2014 14:50

Feed My SchoolThe FFA, Lunchroom Manager Jenelle Ellison, and her staff joined to "Feed ICHS/ICMS Today"...and they did it deliciously!

Miss Jenelle said to the FFA, "If y'all will grow it, my staff and I will cook and serve it."

BBQ - Swine grown on CASE Farm...used Boston Butts for BBQ,
Peas - Drew Tucker  (FFA officer)....grew, picked, shelled, blanched, and processed,
Sweet Corn on the Cob - Grown on campus, FFA officers and Tristan Billingsley picked, shucked, and processed the corn,
Corn Bread - made from corn meal produced at the CASE Farm by processing corn into grits and corn meal,
Grapes - Grown by Irwin County Board Member, Gary Paulk.

In the Spring the FFA did FEED MY SCHOOL for the Elementary School, providing them a breakfast that included locally-grown products.

The FEED MY SCHOOL Program is to bring awareness to agriculture and use locally-produced products to furnish a meal for the students and staff.  Eighty percent of Irwin County's tax base is derived from agriculture.


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Contact Us

P.O. Box 225
210 N. Apple Street
Ocilla, GA 31774
229/468-9510 (annex)
229/468-7220 (fax)

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