Engaging learners for future success.
The details for each month's lock screen will go live on the 1st of each month.
Orginally designed as the July 2020 Lock Screen, this image was not deployed district-wide until August of 2020 due to technical difficulties. We will deploy a new Lock Screen each month. You might notice that all of the images showcased were taken here in Effingham County by ECSD employee, Kimberly Larson.
With this Lock Screen we wanted to highlight the newly updated Mission, Vision, and Beliefs of the Effingham County School District.
Engaging learners for future success.
Make every moment count because every student matters.
The flower in this picture is that of a Hibiscus mutabilis and was taken over in Silverwood at Mrs. Marsha Lott's house. It is an amazing flower. According to Wikipedia, originally native to SE China and adjoining countries, it is now found on all continents except Antarctica. One of the most amazing bits of information about this type of flower is that it blooms a bright white, then turns pink, then bright red, and finally dies... all in the SAME DAY! If you are lucky enough to catch one in bloom I highly suggest that you get an photo!
Always abide by federal, state, and local laws and statutes
As a working farm, Honey Ridge Agricenter is an amazing educational experience for all visitors. This photo was taken at the enterance of the farm with a 50mm lens. The lens allowed me to take such a narrow DOF image. You might notice some mirroring around the edge of the photo. That was added via digital darkroom to add for clipping when applied to the wide range of monitor sizes throughout the district.
Todd Wall CTAE District CoordinatorHoney Ridge Agricenter Coordinator
Marvin KerseyYoung Farmer Advisor
Trent DickersonAssistant Manager
Garrett CollinsWBL Student
Dillion PippinWBL Student
Josh DickersonWBL Student (not pictured)
Effingham County Board of Education477 Honey Ridge RoadGuyton, GA 31312
The highlighted Code of Ethics for Educators for this month:
The Code of Ethics for Educators defines the professional behavior of educators in Georgia and serves as a guide to ethical conduct. An “educator” is a teacher, administrator, or other certified person, and also refers to paraprofessionals, aides, and substitute teachers. Educators:
Should always abide by federal, state, and local laws and statutes.
Always maintain a professional relationship with all students, both in & outside of classroom.
This photo was taken while attending 'Olde Effingham Day' in April of 2016. If you are not familiar with 'The Olde Effingham Day', it is a one-day festival that celebrates the heritage of Effingham County as explained on their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/oldeeffinghamdays/).
Refrain from the use of alcohol or drugs during the course of professional practice.
This photo, like last month's photo, was taken while attending 'Olde Effingham Day' in April of 2016. If you are not familiar with 'The Olde Effingham Day', it is a one-day festival that celebrates the heritage of Effingham County as explained on their Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/oldeeffinghamdays/).
We should exemplify honesty & integrity in the course of professional practice.
This photo was taken on May 31, 2015, at the corner of 119 and Honey Ridge Road. The image has been enhanced using High Dynamic Range (also known as HDR) technologies.
There's a current view of the same field.
When entrusted with public funds and property, honor that trust with a high level of honesty, accuracy, and responsibility.
Congratulations to Sandra Cone (firstname.lastname@example.org) for our first ECSD Lock Screen Photo Contest. This photo was taken off of Sand Hill Road here in Guyton, GA.
If you would like to submit your photo for a chance to have your photo highlighted as the lock screen on the ECSD computers please visit: https://www.effinghamschools.com/lockscreen-photoContest
We will still be selecting 6 more photos!
Should maintain integrity with students, colleagues, parents, patrons, or businesses when accepting gifts, gratuities, favors, and additional compensation.
Congratulations to Amber Harrelson (email@example.com) for our second ECSD Lock Screen Photo Contest. BEE like a flower and turn your face to the sun. It was taken off of Josiah Morgan Road Clyo, GA.