Human Resources

Our mission in the Human Resource Services Department is to recruit, develop, and retain quality, high performing employees committed to fostering educational excellence. Our goal is to be recognized as a world-class organization that supports the recruitment and retention of employees that will enhance and support the district's vision for student achievement.
The primary purpose of this site is to expedite and enhance the quality of communication with approximately 253 certified and 152 classified employees of Calhoun City Schools (CCS), as well as individuals interested in employment with CCS. The site is designed to provide convenient access to a wide variety of frequently used information and materials, organized by major interest areas. If you are unable to locate information or materials important to you or you need other assistance, please let us know.  Thank you for visiting the CCS Human Resources webpage.  
Recruitment / Retention:
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human resources department staff


Dr. Michelle Palmer:
Chief Human Resources Officer Ethics, Investigations, Grievances, EEOC, ADA, FMLA, Title IX Coordinator, Employee Renewals/Non-renewals, Administrator Support, Employee Legal Liaison, Open Records Officer, PSC Certification, TeachGA Liaison, IHE Student Teacher Placements, PQ, Personnel Evaluations 

Cindy Meadows:
HR Assistant/Workers Compensation
Employee Intake, Special Events, Background/Fingerprints, Substitutes, Certification Correspondence, Classified Applications, Employee files, DOL reporting, Workers Compensation, FMLA 

Myra Ingle:
Payroll/Benefits Coordinator
Payroll, Benefits

Equal Opportunity Employment 
The Board of Education is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in relation to race, color, religion, national origin, political affiliation, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, veteran status and genetic information .  This policy will prevail in all matters concerning employees, (employment, retention and advancement), students, parents, the general citizenry, educational programs and services, and persons with whom the Board does business.  In keeping with the Board’s commitment and the requirement of applicable state and federal law, the Board and staff will strive to remove any vestige of discrimination in employment, assignment and promotion of personnel; in educational services and opportunities offered students; in location and use of facilities; in educational materials; and in all business transactions conducted by the Board.