Cognia Awards CCSD Full Accredited Status
The Clarke County School District’s status has been upgraded to accredited.
“The Board of Education has done the necessary work of building a productive, professional, and visionary body with whom I am proud to partner, “said Dr. Robbie Hooker, CCSD Superintendent. “I commend them for their commitment to working together to close out this chapter so that we can focus on the important work that needs to be done to support our students, faculty, and staff.”
CCSD has released the findings from the latest Cognia Monitoring Review Report.
The Monitoring Review team conducted a follow-up site visit August 29-30 and held meetings and interviews with the superintendent, school board members, and district leaders. They also reviewed evidence of improvements documented by the district in its written Progress Report, as part of the assessment.
The accreditation cycle is a six-year period and CCSD remains accredited through the 2028-29 school year.
A press release from CCSD states:
The district received its most recent comprehensive Cognia review and accreditation in 20222-23. The accreditation cycle is a six-year period and CCSD remains accredited through the 2028-29 school year. This determination of Accreditation closes the book on a special review initiated in 2019 due to complaints of board overreach.