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Principal's Message

Cari Boyd

Cari Boyd

Dear Buffaloes,

As the Principal of Georgetown Middle School, I welcome you to be an active part of our school community.  At GMS we put the needs of our students at the center of everything we do and every decision we make.  We believe relationships matter and have built strong mentoring programs that ensure every student in our building has a least one teacher that knows them well and can advocate on their behalf. 

The students who walk through our doors every morning exemplify what Buffalo Pride is all about.  Our kids come to school eager to learn and to be better than they were the day before. They know that once they step inside our building they are surrounded by adults who care about them and will push them to achieve beyond what they thought possible.  At Georgetown Middle I not only have a wonderful group of middle school students but I also have the hardest working professionals I have ever had the pleasure of working alongside.  The teachers and staff at GMS are a shining example of dedication and I am lucky to call each and every one my colleague.

Georgetown Middle is a school on the move and we want to share our pride with all of Scott County.  Our doors are open to you as we hope you will join us on our journey to becoming a school everyone can be proud of.

GMS Vision Statement: We hope to become facilitators who provide 21st century skills and knowledge and challenge our students to strive for success, to become lifelong learners, to become active members of a global society, and to be committed to academic excellence.

GMS Mission Statement: To nurture the whole child through positive relationships, a safe environment and rigorous instruction, including 21st century skills, where academic excellence is the expectation in order to ensure a successful transition to high school.


Partners in Education,

Cari Boyd, Principal
502-863-3805 ext. 2877





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