S.O.A.R Weekly

Freedom Park Newsletter October 29th

Curriculum Survey

The following survey is designed for parents of children attending school in the Richmond County School System. This survey will allow parents an opportunity to share their perspectives about the capacity of the district's educational programs to support the educational needs of their children. The survey is anonymous and will remain open until November 1. -https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YBKLCXQ

Georgia Milestone Field Test - Freedom Park

This is the last week! Georgia Milestones EOG and EOC Reading and Evidence Based Writing field test administration dates are October 16-November 3. The Field Test is required and should be seen as a good opportunity for students to have practice with constructed responses and evidence based writing.

Parent Volunteers - Make an Impact

There is only one thing missing at FPS, you! We need parent volunteers to make this work. Statistics show that students perform better at school if their parents are involved. Please visit the following site to learn how you can help: https://www.smore.com/uhcs5

Parent Partners in Education - Knowledge is Power

Parent Partners in Education - Knowledge is Power

Curriculum Map - https://rcboe-public.rubiconatlas.org/Atlas/Public/View/Default


Standards Based Report Cards and Parent Guides - https://www.rcboe.org/Page/31026


ELA Parent Guides (all grade levels) - https://www.rcboe.org/Page/30338


Math Parent Guides (all grade levels) - https://www.rcboe.org/Page/8603

IB MYP Updates

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Freedom Park Passport

Welcome to FPS passport to knowledge. Student's use their cellphone to scan the QR codes to learn about different countries. Its a big small world.

A Day in the Life of a Special Education Teacher

A Day in the Life of a Special Education Teacher

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Special Education:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh1meBo_m1w&feature=related

Staggered Release

Let's try to stagger our dismissal. If we do that, it may not be so busy at the end of the day and you may not feel the need to "invent" ways to make it a more pleasant experience. And because my last name starts with an "S" and I am use to being last, lets start backwards. If your last name starts with the letter "Q-Z" try to get to the school around 3:55. We won't release until 4pm, but you will be first and out by the time others come. If your last name starts with the letter "F-P" try to get to the school at 4:07. That is usually after the first wave. If your name starts with the letter "A-E" try arriving at 4:10. Lets see how this works for the remainder of this week. Lets see if more parking spots open up and if the car line is shorter. If not, we can go back to business as usual. Let's just try it to see if it relieves some of the pressure.

Help w/ Intake, Lunch. and Dismissal - Call 706/ 796-8428

We need your help. As you can imagine, the morning intake, lunch, and dismissal are some of the busiest times of the day. How can you help? If you can help at any of these times, please call the front office.


Morning (8:20-9:00)


  • Help ensure cars do not park or drop off students in the bus loading area.
  • Help ensure students are walked across the street safely (parents should not be letting students out to walk across the parking lot).
  • Welcoming students to school in a cheerful manner (high fives, encouraging words, etc).
  • Cafeteria helper (breakfast).
  • Help students in the morning car line and ensure parents pull as far up as possible to get parents off the street.
  • Help teachers get students started (unpacking, passing out items, collecting items, etc.).
  • Hall monitor.

Lunch (anytime between 10:55 and 1:20)


  • Managing lines and tables.
  • Helping students open items.
  • Any other assistance teachers or food nutrition needs.

Dismissal (3:30 - 4:30)
  • Help ensure cars do not park or drop off students in the bus loading area.
  • Help ensure students are walked across the street safely (parents should not be letting students out to walk across the parking lot).
  • Help students in the afternoon car line and ensure parents pull as far up as possible to get parents off the street.
  • Help teachers get students ready for dismissal (packed, passing out items, etc.).
  • Help teachers get students to designated dismissal area.
  • Hall monitor.