Patriot Post

April 2, 2021

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Kindergarten Registration for 2021-2022 School Year

Online Registration for rising Kindergarteners will open the week of April 6th. Rising Kindergarten students must be 5 by Sept 1st, 2021. The Online Registration link can be found on the Corley website. Parents with no GCPS students (K-12) will need to create a new account using a valid email address & parents with an active Parent Portal will use their existing portal account to add their Kindergarten student. Please make sure to register in the 21-22 school year & exclude existing siblings.

All required documents must be uploaded prior to submitting your online registration. The required documents include:

  • Birth certificate
  • Social Security Card for the student
  • GA Immunization form 3231
  • Hearing, Vision & Dental Screening form 3300
  • Current Lease or Mortgage
  • Current Utility Bill (gas, electric, water)

When parents have completed online registration, they can contact the school to sign up for an appointment to complete the process. The first day for an appointment is April 20, 2021.

Parent Involvement Survey

Available to all families of students with disabilities in all Georgia public schools. The survey is available in English and Spanish. All survey responses are anonymous. If you have more than one child with disabilities, you can complete a separate survey for each child. Survey link is available until May 31, 2021.

Please click the link below to fill out the Parent Involvement Survey if you have a student with disabilities in a Georgia Public School.

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Planning to Travel Outside the United States?

Dear Parents & Guardians,

You may have recently heard of the travel restrictions regarding traveling outside the US. As a reminder, the quarantine restrictions after international travel are as follows:

  • International travelers should get tested 3-5 days after travel AND stay home and self-quarantine for 7 days after travel.
  • Even if the test is negative, travelers should stay home and self-quarantine for the full 7 days.
  • If the test is positive, travelers should isolate for 10 days from the date tested.
  • If the traveler does not get tested, they should stay home and self-quarantine for 10 days after travel.
  • Travelers should avoid being around people who are at increased risk for severe illness for a full 14 days, whether tested or not.

These restrictions do NOT apply to domestic travelers or travelers to any US Territories. US territories include American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.

Reminder about Student Checkout Procedures

A parent or authorized contact must contact the Front Office at 678-924-5330 office 30-45 minutes prior to arriving at the school. Office staff will verify authorization to prevent delays upon arrival. Student will be called from class once the parent/contact has arrived, and ID has been verified.

Calling ahead reduces wait time and allow us to complete the checkout process in a timely manner.

Teachers are not allowed to accept Class Dojo messages for checkout purposes. For security reasons, all dismissals must go through the Front Office.


4/5 -4/9 Spring Break

4/12 Students Return to School

4/20 Digital Learning Day - All Students

4/22-5/21 Georgia Milestones End of Year Assessment

5/26 Last Day of School

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Join our Substitute Teaching Team and Make a Difference in the Lives of Students!

Gwinnett County Public Schools is hiring individuals with two or more years of college to work as part of our substitute team! This involves going out to local schools and providing instruction through in-person, digital, or hybrid format - you get to choose the assignments that you accept and determine your own schedule! Daily rates range from $98/day to $120/day.

We encourage you to explore the resources available here and to contact their office at 678-301-6140 with any questions. You may also e-mail the Substitute Management Office for assistance at

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