Human Resources


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Dr. Jonathan Miller
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Operations
912-729-5687
jonmiller@camden.k12.ga.us

 

Our schools are staffed by outstanding, dedicated individuals. Each school is unique in its own way, but together we are truly a united school system.

Camden County Schools is family oriented and we believe that building relationships is a key factor to our success. Camden County is home to over 9300 students, over 600 teachers and nearly 600 support staff. We are the second largest employer in the county. We believe that strength comes from diversity and we must work together as a team with parents and the community to ensure student success. Our military volunteers, parents and business partners provide a tremendous amount of support for our students. Our schools are staffed by outstanding, dedicated individuals. Each school is unique in its own way, but together we are truly a united school system.
 

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A great place to live, an even better place to teach.

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CCS CIVIL RIGHTS DATA

You may click the link here to learn about Camden County Schools civil rights data collection information.
Open Records Requests and Open Meetings

Open Records Requests
Pursuant to the Georgia Open Records Act (OCGA50-18-70 to 50-18-77), all public records are available for inspection and copying unless they are specifically exempted from disclosure under law. 

All Open Records Requests to inspect or copy records must be made in writing to:

Dr. Jonathan Miller
Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Operations
Camden County Schools
311 South East Street
Kingsland, GA 31548
jonmiller@camden.k12.ga.us

Open Meetings
The Open Meetings Act provides that an agency may not hold a meeting covered under the Act without having provided due notice of the time and place of the meeting, a preliminary agenda of the meeting and a publication of the summary and final minutes of the meeting afterward.

The proper notice includes posting of a written notice at the regular place of the meeting at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting and notice to the local legal organ in which Sherriff’s sales are published and any other media who request such notices.