The Glynn County Board of Education and Superintendent Howard Mann believe that accountability and transparency are the hallmarks of an effective and efficient school system. The information on this page is intended to provide interested community members with information, data and reports that the board and superintendent use to analyze how effectively the school system is operating and to benchmark Glynn County against other school systems in Georgia.
Administrative Staff History
The following documents provide a 10-year history of district-level and school-level administrative staff positions in the Glynn County School System.
10-year History of Non-school Administrative Positions (Updated 02-17-12)
10-year History of School Administrative Staff Positions (Updated 02-17-12)
FY13 Consolidated Budget (Tentative 05-30-12)
List of Proposed FY 2013 General Fund Budget Changes (Revised 05-30-12)
Cost Per Pupil Comparison
The following document compares the Glynn County School System's cost per pupil with two school systems that are similar in size and demographics (Walton and Troup counties) and with neighboring counties Camden and Liberty.
The following report, presented to the Glynn County Board of Education on April 19, 2011, outlines current non-traditional and alternative educational programs.
For more information about ESPLOST I and ESPLOST II, click here.
The following document compares the Glynn County School System and individual schools to the state of Georgia in the ratio of teachers to administrators, teachers to support staff and students to teacher. The data is the most current available and is from the Public Education Report Card for the 2009-10 school year published by the Governor's Office of Student Achievement.
Public Education Report Card
The Governor's Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) provides accountability for all of Georgia's education agencies, from pre-kindergarten through postsecondary levels. GOSA publishes an annual report on Georgia's public education agencies to provide educators, parents, students and all stakeholders with valuable information and to challenge communities to improve education for all of Georgia's children.
GOSA Report Card Overview