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South Georgia Technical College earns top honors in national rankings


Caterpillar conducts ThinkBIG Mentor Training at SGTC


Jets and Lady Jets preparing for 2019 -2020 basketball season

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TSG wins SGTC Booster Club Sparky Reeves Classic Golf Tournament

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Aviation Advisory Committee meets at South Georgia Technical College


Charles Eames finds unique way to help South Georgia Tech students


Jerrell McIntosh named South Georgia Tech Student of Excellence


Morgan hired as new Facilities Manager at Crisp County Campus


Student Government Association meets at South Georgia Technical College


South Georgia Technical College Drafting advisory committee meets


SGTC’s Ashley Holland earns SkillsUSA National Statesman Award


Three SGTC Electrical Lineworker students receive scholarships


SGTC hosts Adult Education Advisory Committee meeting


Student at SGTC learn about SkillsUSA Competition


Su Ann Bird

Vice President Institutional Advancement

South Georgia Technical College

229-931-2110 (phone)

229-931-5104 (fax)

Sumter County Emergency Management

This has been a long time coming. The Sumter County Board of Commissioners have approved the
 purchase of a Mass Notification System for Sumter County. This is an automated system that will send notifications to you automatically. Not only will it send weather alerts, but also any pertinent information in your area. For example if there is a boil water notice in your area we can send messages to only those affected. I need your help to spread this information and help your friends sign up. This is a fantastic tool for us to utilize and help our county to be safer!


Click here to sign up.


Severe Weather Warning System for Sumter County


Many of you know that our outdoor weather alert siren is soon to be fully operational. What you may not know is that this siren system has the capability to notify you either via text message or email (or both) when the siren is activated. This is similar to a Reverse 9-1-1 or a Code Red system with two exceptions. It does not allow notification to a land line (house phone) only to mobile devices. Secondly this system, unlike the previously mentioned systems, does not have a data base to draw from. This means that we need information from you in a form the system can use. I have created an easy to fill out form that will populate the data. If you want to be notified when a siren in your area activates please fill out the form. This form is good for only one cell phone number or email address. If you want to add multiple ones you have to fill it out multiple times. Please fill this form out and feel free to forward this email to anyone you feel may benefit from the alert system.




Nigel Nicholson Poole

Emergency Management Director

1601 N Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

Suite 300

Americus, GA 31719

(229) 928-4595 office

(229) 815-9531 mobile