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School Board Meetings Moving Online for Foreseeable Future



HAMILTON, GA (APRIL 15, 2020) – During this emergency public COVID-19 health crisis and the Shelter in Place Executive Order by Governor Kemp, the Harris County Board of Education (BOE) will be changing from its monthly meetings from in person meetings to online meetings for the foreseeable future. 

“The Board aims to make these meetings as accessible to the public as possible,” said Shane Lipp, chairman of the Harris County BOE.

Board members, the superintendent, and the assistant superintendents will participate virtually via Google Meets, an online meeting platform. While the meeting is occurring, it may be viewed via livestream at Viewers must be logged into Google with our guest account. The login details are:
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Password - guest123

The next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 16, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. If there is trouble accessing the livestream, email 

Lipp added, “We appreciate the continued patience and understanding of all involved.”

The Harris County School District is in Hamilton, Georgia.  For more information, visit or call 706-628-4206.


About the Harris County School District

Georgia’s Harris County School District is an accredited K-12 school system based in the county seat of Hamilton, Georgia. It serves nearly 5,400 students with four elementary schools, one intermediate school, one middle school, one high school, and one performance learning center. With a vision of “one community committed to educational excellence for every child,” Harris County School District continually strives to provide students what they need to become the future workforce and society. For more information, visit or the Facebook or Twitter pages (@HCSDga).