The Baldwin County School District has been selected as a Best Community for Music Education for a fourth straight year in a row by the National Association of Music Merchants. The Baldwin County School District is one of only six districts in the state of Georgia to earn the distinction with Clarke, Cobb, Fulton, Gwinnett and Putnam Counties rounding out the list.
“We are providing our students a comprehensive education with the importance we place on exposing all of our students in the district to the fine arts and embracing all of the truly incredible ways it can impact a student’s academic and personal development, “ said Superintendent Dr. Noris Price.
“This award is something that our teachers and our students both take great pride in,” said district Fine Arts Director Anna Brock. “It’s all encompassing, from our incredible band programs that we offer at the elementary, middle and high school levels, our state-of-the-art Baldwin Fine Arts Center and our musical theater productions, to our choral performances and everything in between. We are showing there has been an incredible value in providing this for our students and it’s very exciting t