2014 Parent Activity Schedule
February 11 EL Math Workshop - 5:30 p.m.
March 3 Social Studies Workshop - 6:00 p.m.
March 14 Pi Day - All Day
March 25 11th 7 12th Grade "Day in the Life" - All Day
April 10 9th & 10th Grade "Day in the Life" - All Day
April 15 Title I PL Plan, Compact Writing - 7:30 a.m & 5:30 p.m.
April 29 Title I Review Meeting - All Day
Websites of Interests
The following links have been compiled with you, the Parent, in mind. They address many needs you or someone else you know may have. They are for anyone and everyone and we hope you will refer to them in the future.
- Georgia Department of Education: This site contains information, for Parents, on Curriculum & Instruction, Health & Safety, Laws & Rules, Meeting Students' Needs, Parent & Family Engagement, Schools & Districts, and finally Testing & Performance
- U.S. Department of Education: A website containing up-to-date information of the current trends of education.
- Internet4Classrooms: Here you will find Homework help, Mathematics help, English, help, Spanish help, Info on Discipline, Character Education and more. All are topics that one finds at any educational institution with a slant on getting help in these areas.
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus: A website for Parents on such topics as resources, financial aid, and even a college pre-planning checklist & more!
- Homework Hotspot: For homework help, homeschooling, college pre-planning, etc.
- Scholastic: A site where parents obtain info on School & Learning, Books & Reading, and even games children can play that reinforce certain topics.
- Free Math Help: The name says it all!
- Got 2 B Safe: Helping children become smarter about personal safety
- Missing Kids: Resource materials on personal safety from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
- Take 25: Twenty five ways to make kids safer using basic safety essentials.
- Georgia Alliance for Drug Endangered Children: Their Vision is "Through the protection, advocacy and support provided by caring professionals and communities, drug endangered children will be empowered to live lives free of drug or alcohol abuse and filled with happiness and hope. "
- Parent to Parent of GA: Provides support and information services and training and leadership opportunities for families who have children and youth with disabilities.
- Babies Can't Wait Central GA: concerns with child’s development free in-home developmental screening.
- Office of Prevention Services & Programs: Access to the website of the GA Dept of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities.
- GA Dept of Human Resources: Their mission is to provide Georgia with customer-focused human services that promote child and adult protection, child welfare, stronger families and self-sufficiency.