S.O.A.R Weekly

Freedom Park Newsletter April 17th - 21st

A Note From the Principal

As we begin this week, you may find yourself a little anxious about the test. I ask you to remember the test pep rally and how we have eliminated the Test Monster. Also remember that this test does not define who you are. It can only measure how you perform on standards (on a particular day). There are some things that the test cannot measure. It cannot measure the joy you bring your administrators and your teachers when you walk through our doors with your bright smiles and laughter each day. It cannot measure how you impact your friends and classmates when you listen to their problems or just lend a helping hand. It cannot measure the countless other qualities that make you who you are. We have high hopes for our scores this year. We know you will do well. Do your best and be proud of how hard you have worked. Let's finish this year strong! #forthepark


Dr. Singh

Georgia Milestones Testing Schedule

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Milestones Attendance

It is imperative that your student is here during his or her testing schedule. We schedule many fun things during testing week to ease anxiety and celebrate success. Students who are absent will be required to make up test and may have to miss out on fun activities. Testing starts promptly at the beginning of the school day so make sure they are here and on time.

Door Decorations to Ease Test Anxiety

A big thank you to our K-2nd grade students. They have decorated the doors of our 3rd-8th grade students to help ease testing anxiety. The doors offer encouragement and test taking reminders. Visit the halls and check out their designs.

Camp I.V.E.Y

Camp I.V.E.Y is now accepting applications for summer camp. The camp is for students ages 8-14. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Family Y at (706) 922-9622 or visit the website for additional information.

The Parent Academy

Looking to sharpen your parenting skills and have a good relationship with your children? Fort Gordon Army Community Service, Family Advocacy Program presents a series of 12 workshops covering different aspects of raising children! Sign-up for one or all twelve!! For more information, call 706-791-5220.

Summer School

The Richmond County School System will offer a variety of summer programs for students this year. The focus of the elementary summer school program is to provide targeted students with intensive support in Reading and Mathematics. Middle and High school students will have the opportunity to take specific courses for promotion or to remain on track for cohort graduation. Summer School employment information is located on the Human Resources site of district website.
Elementary School

June 5 – July 13 (July 3rd and 4th Holiday)

Monday – Friday 8:30 – 3:00

Middle and High School

June 5 – July 13 (July 3rd and 4th Holiday)

Monday – Thursday 8:00 – 1:15