Flexible Learning Program (FLP) 2016-17


    Bibb County School District’s Title I Office is offering supplemental math academic assistance, the  Flexible Learning Program (FLP), at selected Priority and Focus Schools.  This additional support helps eligible students build stronger math skills.  Students receive web-based and small-group instruction led by certified teachers.  Click here to view the FLP Fact Sheet.

    Click here to view a video showcasing the FLP program in our district.

    If you have any questions or would like more information about FLP, please contact Joanna Gittens-Summerow, Title I Education Specialist at (478) 765-8745 or visit the Georgia Department of Education's  Flexible Learning Program website.



     * Priority Schools are identified as the following:

    ·  Title I schools that are among the lowest five percent of Title I schools in the state based on the statewide assessments.

    ·  Title I participating or Title I eligible high school with a graduation rate less than 60 percent over a number of years.

    ·   Schools receiving the School Improvement Grant to implement an intervention model program.

    Focus Schools are 10 percent of Title I schools in the state.  These schools are identified as the following:

        ·   Graduation rate lower than 60 percent for the past two years, or
       ·   Largest in-school achievement gap between the highest achieving subgroup of students
             and the lowest achieving subgroup of students.
    Click on the school listed below to learn more about the school's designation.