The following data is extracted from Pulaski County, Georgia - School Systems.
Various organizations have contributed to the upbuilding of the school. The P. T. A. was responsible for the acquisition of the Home Economics Department. In addition to this, the tennis courts have been equipped, a new basketball floor laid in the Fair building, and several other improvements have been made through their efforts. The Daughters of the American Revolution have contributed to the morale of the student body and the development of good citizenship among the students through their presentation each year of an award to the boy and the girl who are considered the best citizens by their teachers and fellow students. This award is made on the following qualities of character:
1. Dependability, as evidenced by the record in punctuality, truthfulness, honesty, loyalty, trustworthiness, and self-control.
2. Cooperation, as evidenced by the record in respect for authority, respect for property, respect for the rights of others, and courtesy.
3. Leadership, as evidenced by what the pupil has done to make the school a better school.
4. Patriotism, as evidenced by loyalty to, and knowledge of, the purpose expressed in the preamble of the Constitution of the United States.
Scholarship has been stimulated by the Parent-Teacher Association. Each year this organization awards medals to the boy and the girl attaining the highest scholastic average.
Source: Pulaski County, Georgia - School Systems