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The Georgia Milestones test (Grades 3-5) is coming soon! Here are some test taking tips you can review with your child:

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Buy one book at face value and get a second (equal or lesser value) for FREE! Stock up for summer reading and "Power UP" with Energizer and Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge Program. More information to come!

Each student who makes a book purchase will get a FREE "Power Up and Read" backpack pull keychain while supplies last!!!

 


 

Parents: Please provide us with your valuable feedback by completing this SACS Survey

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 Why is Math Taught So Differently Now?

 Teacher Raj Shah explains the shift from teaching just math algorithms (the steps) to teaching students to not only be able to perform math, but to understand the reason behind the steps involved in problem solving tasks.

 

 


 

 

 

Please take some time to complete this brief parent school climate survey so we can learn how we can improve to best support our students and parents!

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Fall Parent Involvement Survey! 

Please take some time to complete this brief survey so we can
learn how better to plan for this year! 

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SCHOOL HOURS

Monday-Friday 7:15-3:05

Students may be dropped off in front of the school between 7:15am and 7:40am.
 Any students arriving later than 7:45am must be signed in
at the front office by a parent or guardian. Thank you!

 

 


 

 CLICK HERE FOR 2014-2015 SUPPLY LIST

 


 

 New Phone Procedures:

If you know your party's extension and would like to dial them directly, call (770) 775-9510. After the automated attendant answers, enter "9" then the extension that you wish to reach.

 


 

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Spotlight of the Month
CONGRATULATIONS to our   Teacher of the Month: Mrs. Ramjohn & Support Person of the Month: Ms. Sims

  
Congratulations to our March SUPER Students of the Month!!!

  
As of today Stark Elementary has raised over $3,600 for the American Heart Association in the fight against heart disease. ...

  
In the McIntosh Reading Council Reader of the Year banquet we had two winners: Primary Reader of Year Winner, Lucas Mills...

  
Congratulations to our February Super Students of the Month!

  
This week the library media center sponsored two reading promotion events-Read Across America and Lit World's World Read Aloud...

  
Congratulations to our December Super Students of the Month!

  
Today the media center hosted an excited event! The Butts County Lions Club, made possible throught a grant from The Dictionary...

  
Congratulations to all the students who participated in our annual literacy day competition! All your hard work paid off. We...

  
Can-A-Thon The City of Jackson’s annual Can-A-Thon drive is quickly approaching! Stark Elementary School is excited...

  
Want to help the library media program at Stark? You can purchase a book from our online wish list or give a monetary donation...

  
The Family Enrichment Center play group wanted to share some photos of the fun they have here at Stark.      ...

  
  The Sheriff's department, Jackson High School band, Red Devil mascot, and cheerleaders pumped up the students and kept...

  
      Book It is a reading incentive program from Pizza Hut. It runs from October 1st-March 31st. Students...

  
FIRE SAFETY   Preschool through 2nd grade attended a fire safety assembly with "Uncle Chewy" the Clown and other...

  
       Today the library media center teamed up with the Butts County Family Enrichment Center and celebrated...
Bunny Cakes book for Read for the Record

  
Stark celebrated our September Students of the Month and Athletes of the Month today with a Praise Parade!  Grand Marshals...

  
Staff and students at Stark dressed in super hero attire to help raise money for Relay for Life. Everyone had a lot of fun. Did...

  
Weekly Play Group Information

  
If you have information that needs to be shared with the proper authorities, text message the information to the number: 678-752-1517....
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