Cougar News

March 15-19th

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No School for Students tomorrow, Monday 3/15!

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Remote Learning Days for Staff Vaccine Clinics

As part of our efforts to provide a safe school environment for our students and community at large, Fulton County Schools has been advocating for our personnel to be included in the eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine. Fortunately, Fulton County Schools (FCS) has continued to partner with the Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH) to support COVID-19 vaccination of district personnel, including two “Super Saturday” clinics held in January at Mercedes Benz Stadium, for those meeting the criteria in Phase 1A+.

As of March 8, all K-12 employees will now be eligible and cleared to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. FCS is again partnering with FCBOH to offer vaccinations to all employees who choose to have the vaccine. “Project Vaccinate 2021” will happen over the course of two weeks. The first dose will be offered to employees March 22-27. The second dose will be offered April 12-17.

During the span of these two weeks, school-based personnel will rotate through the vaccination days by level/zone. For the district to efficiently cycle all employees through the vaccination process, schools (per level) will adhere to the following remote learning/work schedule with school administration for teaching staff.

Given the complexities of coordinating an event of this scale and the time it will take to administer vaccines to so many employees, we anticipate our instructional delivery model will be impacted. All schools in the district will then switch to remote learning for part of these vaccine weeks. FCS will remain in remote the week after spring break to allow the vaccines to be given and to guard against a post spring break surge. The full schedule can be found below.

We understand switching to remote learning for certain days requires planning, and we are providing these dates as early as possible so families can plan accordingly. Principals will follow up directly with more guidance for each school’s plans and how these will impact your student’s instruction.

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Spring Testing Survey

Greetings Campbell Cougars,

This year, Fulton County Schools (FCS) will continue to offer a variety of state and national assessments to help us better understand how our students are performing. The State of Georgia is moving forward with administering the Georgia Milestones to all students in grades 3-5.

Testing Dates:

April 27 – April 29 (ELA: Parts 1, 2, & 3)

May 4 – May 5 (Math: Parts 1 & 2)

May 6 (5th Grade Only – Science)

Please complete this survey below to help us prepare for spring testing. We would like to know if your child will participate in the Georgia Milestones. We are also collecting information on student devices. We are asking that you complete this survey by Friday, March 19, 2021.

Survey Hyperlink: Click Here if you DO NOT want your child to participate in Georgia Milestones
To fill out the survey, you must have your child’s Student I.D. Our goal is for ALL FCS students to respond to the survey, including those learning face-to-face and those learning remotely. Be mindful that your selection is final.

Points of clarity to consider:

· All tests will be taken face-to-face

· If your child is now remote, you must provide transportation and students must be picked up immediately after testing each day

· If your child is remote and you decide you do not want your child to test, your child will still have to participate in asynchronous learning (online learning without the teacher).

· If your child is a face-to-face student and you decide you do not want your child to test, your child will still have to come to school and participate in asynchronous learning (online learning without the teacher).

If you have questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. McDonald, the Assistant Principal.

Leah McDaniel


Why are standardized tests returning to the classroom?
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Georgia Milestones Parent Workshop & Information Session Tuesday 3/16 @ 6PM

Tuesday, March 16th, 6pm

This is an online event.

Learn more about what GMAS will look like this year.

  • Parent options
  • GMAS Survey
  • Test design
  • Logistics
  • Safety
  • Changes
  • Preparation

Microsoft Teams meeting

Join on your computer or mobile app

Click here to join the meeting

Or call in (audio only)

+1 470-705-1712,,338818711# United States, Atlanta

Phone Conference ID: 338 818 711#

Find a local number | Reset PIN

Learn More | Meeting options

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Our 2021 Winners will be highlighted in the next Cougar News!

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Parent University 3/22 @ 6PM- Georgia Milestones Success!

Monday, March 22nd, 6pm

This is an online event.

Get Answers to...
  • Do students have to take the test?
  • How is the test structured?
  • What is expected?
  • How does this impact my child?

To join the meeting CLICK HERE:

Or call in

(audio only) +1 470-705-1712,,82153934# United States, Atlanta Phone Conference ID: 821 539 34#

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Pre-K Lottery Registration is open now!!!

Fulton’s Prekindergarten Program

​Through Fulton's Prekindergarten Program, the child will:

  • Develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills.
  • Develop mathematics skills by recognizing and using numerical concepts, understanding patterns and relationships, and problem solving.
  • Develop science skills by exploring, manipulating, and experimenting with objects in the physical environment.
  • Develop the ability to move in ways that demonstrate control, balance and coordination.
  • Develop the ability to participate and function in a social environment.


  • Students who are four (4) years of age on or before September 1 of the enrollment year and live within the Fulton County Schools attendance zone are eligible to enroll in the program. Families must provide proof of birth (age) and residency in order to register for the program. Children are eligible to attend Georgia’s Pre-K for one year only.

FCS Registration Requirements
  1. Ear, Eye, Dental and Nutrition Screening (Form 3300)
  2. Immunization Certificate (Form 3231)
  3. Proof of Date of Birth
  4. Residence Verification (Board Policy JBC, "School Admissions")
  5. Social Security Number (Voluntary)

Important Documents

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Spring Kindergarten Registration Dates Set

The Fulton County School System announces its spring kindergarten registration dates – Wednesday, March 31 and Thursday, April 1. During these two days, parents of incoming kindergarten students, as well as other new elementary students entering school in August, can register their children for the 2021-2022 school year. Registration for all Fulton County elementary schools will occur online. To register new students, parents should visit the Fulton County website and click enrollment.

Is your child failing due to missing assignments and lack of participation???

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FCS Campus Parent Portal How to Access

Have you Logged in to see your child's grades, progress reports, missing assignments????

All portal accounts require a 1-time activation to create your ID and password. You must be a parent/guardian of a current FCS student to activate an account. To verify identity, you will be asked to provide the following information about 1 student in your household:

  • Student first and last name (as entered on birth certificate)
  • Student ID number
  • Student Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY)
  • Student grade level (19-20 grade level)

Click here to receive an activation e-mail

Be sure to check your SPAM, Junk Mail, or Clutter. The activation email sent by infinite campus sometimes lands here.

Please call the school at 470-254-3430 if you need assistance.

It is very important that ALL parents have access to Infinite Campus. This is how we will communicate with you and how you will receive report cards and other valuable information about your student.

Click Here to Get connected via INFINITE CAMPUS

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District 4- Community Meeting Monday 3/15 @ 6PM

Monday, March 15th, 6pm

This is an online event.

Fulton County School Board Member for District 4, Franchesca Warren, will host a virtual community meeting on Monday, March 15, 2021, at 6:00 p.m.

The meeting will provide Ms. Warren with an opportunity to share an overview of the upcoming board meeting agenda items and listen to local issues and concerns.

Those interested in attending this virtual community meeting should click here or visit


About the Fulton County School System. The Fulton County School System is the fourth largest school system in Georgia. More than 90,000 students attend 106 schools in the cities of Alpharetta, Chattahoochee Hills, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Palmetto, Roswell, Sandy Springs, South Fulton, and Union City.

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Students can now receive additional meals for the weekend!

For Campbell Elementary School's Face-To-Face Learners, BackPack Weekend Meals will include:

  • four meals, two breakfasts & two lunches, to be consumed during the weekend.
  • Meals will be distributed on Friday's to students who are face to face at Campbell, to go home for the weekend Request Weekend Backpack Meals Here
  • For Remote Learners, Meal Kit Distribution from Campbell will continue on Wednesdays at 8:30-9:30AM. Our FREE weekly Meal Kits will now include 14 meals, 7 breakfast & 7 lunches, to include meals for the weekend!
  • Wednesday Meal Kits need to be pre-ordered HERE.
  • Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity!
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Meal Kits will still be available for virtual learners & community members

To accommodate lunch service for face-to-face students, the hours of Curbside Pick-Up have been updated.

• Families need to pre-order grab & go meal kits each week. Grab & go meal Kits need to be pre-ordered online by Tuesday at 11:59 p.m.

CLICK HERE for the online pre-order form.

. • Pick-up a FREE & go meal kit from any Fulton County School near you. • Children do not have to be present to receive a FREE grab & go meal kit. • A student’s ID number is not needed to receive a FREE grab & go meal kit.

• To maximize social distancing, drivers are not to leave their vehicles; however, walk-ups are allowed.

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Extended Learning Details...

  • Extended Learning

    • The Extended Learning Window will close February 5th for 3rd – 5th grade students
    • The next Super Saturday Academy will be held on Saturday, Feb. 6th at 8:30 a.m.
  • Math and Reading Instruction to address learning gaps
  • Wednesday & Thursdays (starting Jan. 20)
  • Face to Face and Remote
  • 2:30-4:30
  • Click Here to Register
  • For More information Contact Ms. Tyson, CST, - 470-254-9132

If you registered for extended Learning...

  • Be sure your child remains after school if they are face to face
  • Ensure students log in for class ON TIME
  • MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD ATTENDS - We are putting resources in place to support students, this includes teachers staying afterschool and working on Saturday's to provide needed support. Please be sure you do your part in getting students online or to sessions scheduled during the week or on Saturdays.
  • We are here for the success of all Students... Help us make it happen!
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Reporting Portal has translation now...

The Fulton County Board of Health and Fulton County Schools have developed an on-line portal for FCS parents/guardians to report student COVID-19 related cases. The portal has been updated for Spanish, Korean, and Chinese. FCS parent/guardians will find a dropdown at the top right for translations. Please make a report to the FCBOH when your student is COVID-19 positive, has a pending COVID-19 test result, or has been in direct contact with a COVID-19 positive person. Also, please use this resource for official reporting rather than alerting the school and/or teacher. If you must engage the school/teacher, please do so after you have made an official report to the FCBOH. Lastly, to ensure the protection of our school community, please do not allow your child to attend school or school-sponsored events when he/she is ill and/or has any of the above COVID-19 concerns.


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