Elm Street News

February 2022


Our students just wrapped up mid-year testing. Be on the lookout for student data reports that will be sent home with progress reports on February 10, 2022. These reports will show you are your student is performing on grade level standards and for students in third through sixth grade, it will show their projected performance level on the end of the year Georgia Milestones Assessment. Please continue to encourage your child to engage in reading at home, practice math facts, and complete all homework assignments. If you have any questions, please reach out to your child's teacher to request a conference. Thank you!



2/5--Fit to Read Ribbon Cutting @ 1pm

2/8--Snack Shack

2/10--3rd grade Field Trip to the Tellus Science Museum

2/10--Progress Reports

2/11--Valentine's Day Celebration

2/11--Mrs. Boyd's Class to PAWS Animal Shelter

2/14--Teacher In-Service--No School

2/15--Teacher In-Service--Parent Conferences

2/17--5th grade Field Trip to the Tellus Science Museum

2/18--2nd grade Field Trip to Sparkles Fun Center

2/21--President's Day--No School

2/25--Genius Hour

2/25--Mrs. Little's Class to PAWS Animal Shelter


Title 1 Parent Survey

We value you feedback! Please take a few minutes and complete the Title 1 parent survey. Thank you for your participation.

Title 1 survey links:

Survey in English: https://bit.ly/3FgNcwM

Survey in Spanish: https://bit.ly/3tedFZC



XtraMath is an online math fact fluency program that helps students master addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. These facts are the building blocks of your child's math education and are absolutely essential for success with fractions, decimals, and other higher-level math concepts. XtraMath is web-based and can be used by students at home with their Chromebook. We ask that you encourage your child to practice their math facts each day. The activities are simple and only take a few minutes.

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N2 Honor Roll Students

We are so proud of these students and their hard work in the classroom! The students on the High Honor Roll had straight A's on their last report card and the student on the Honor Roll had all A's & B's. They were recognized on the morning show this week for their academic excellence and given an Honor Roll brag tag to for their backpack ring.
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3rd grade Honor Roll

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4th grade Honor Roll

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5th grade Honor Roll

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6th grade Honor Roll



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Isibindi or "The Green House" is the house of courage because its members display strength and bravery. The House crest features different symbols that speak to the values of this house.

Mute Swan: On the top of the crest is a mute swan which is a reflection of Zulu leadership.

Ebony Tree: The ebony tree represents the beauty of the African continent.

Courage: Isibindi means courage in Zulu.

Zulu Axe: The axe stands for power and protection.

Lion: The lion is the second house animal. Lions stand for pride, family, and strength, and courage.

Green: The house color is green and stands for the rich abundant resources in Africa.



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