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Stonewall Tellegraph 3310 Stonewall Tell Road College Park, Georgia 30349 770 306-3500 (Fax 770 306-3504) A 2012 Georgia Department of Education Distinguished Title I School Shannon A. Flounnory, Principal Tammye Coachman, Asst. Principal A complete monthly menu can be found flounnory@fulton.k12.ga.us coachmantl@fultonschools.org onthe SWT homepage and the menu is stonewalltellelementary.weebly.com subject to chang

Volume 22 Issue 12 Counselor’s Word of theCorner Day Vocabulary Builders Being a parent is the most

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demanding job in the world, yet most of us train “on the job.” When things are going well, savor the moment. When things are not going well you may feel Student Breakfast: $1.05 Lunch: $2.20 stressed and overwhelmed. Student Reduced Breakfast: $0.30 Stonewall Tell Elementary has adopted the · Are you sleeping and Student Reduced Lunch: $0.40 Healthy Kids, Smart Kids wellness initiative. eating too much or too Adult Breakfast: $1.55 We believe that healthier eating habits and Important Dates little? Adult Lunch: $3.15 consistent exercise have a positive impact on to Remember · Do you take your our children’s learning and ultimately their test frustrations out on your Monday scores. When sending classroom snacks, Sept. 29 Father/Son Game Day kids? Boneless Chix Wings w/ Rice or Black please remember that this is a “Sugar-Free (more info to come) · Do you feel out of Zone” school. Do not send soft drinks, fruit Forest Chicken Wrap Oct. 6 Stonewall Tell Global control? drinks with processed sugar, candy, Tuesday Service Day 9am- 12:00pm cookies, ice cream, cupcakes, cakes, hot · Do you feel as if your Turkey & Gravy w/Rice or Black Bean Oct. 8 Fall Pictures fries or sugary snacks. Also note that children misbehave on Taco Salad purpose? birthday parties that include cakes, cookies, Oct. 9 All Pro Dad’s Day Wednesday 7:00am- 7:45am wings, ice cream and other treats are · Do you strike out Lasagna Roll Up or Mini Burgers or Spicy prohibited and will not be allowed in the physically or verbally Oct. 9 LSAC 5:30/ STEM NIGHT Chicken Wrap building. Healthier items such as fruit cups, when angry? 6:30pm Thursday fresh fruit, pretzels, baked chips, 100% juice, · Do you have chronically Oct. 15 Teacher Workday/No Sw. Sour Chicken w/Rice or Tex Mex fresh vegetables, 100% fruit snacks, granola upset stomach or muscle School bars, animal crackers and items with low salt Nachos aches, especially in your Oct. 20 Fall Carnival 11am-3pm and minimum sugar are allowed. back and neck? Friday Fajita Grilled Fish/Biscuit or Cheese Pizza · Are you frustrated ** Due to nut allergies, please do not send parents adhere tobecause the same of your standards children Grilledto Chicken County offers Studies have validated theinfact thatFulton Therefore, I am askingoryou be Salad any snacks with peanuts or peanut butter don’t listen? MyPaymentPlus. This is an online them. service that offers you the Parents, students will no longer bedress able that we·require Do youfor feelour as ifstudents you pick convenience and information you audience active parental interest and mindful of the of elementaryto charge breakfast. Any student on one particular child? need to manage your student’s exceeding -$9.00 in charges will receive account. You can prepay on your who are very impressionable this · Do you feel as ifat you an visit alternate meal. participation in a child's educationstudent’s is students our meal age account using a when you Parents please note that if your can’t talk to your kids? credit/debit card at level as weIfconsistently remain vigilant www.mypaymentsplus.com. childsingle has a fever of atimportant least 100 determinant Notice as ofto Monday, you answered “Yes” to any of the most school each day by adhering the September 24, 2012, households that have not these questions, you may need degrees (F) they must be “feverreapplied for the 2012-2013 Schoolin removing to reach out for help. Call your any internal or external forchild’s 24 hours achievement. before returning offree” that standards of appropriate at allwill lose their Year,attire your child/ren school counselor for resources to school. This policy will be strictly benefits. If you would like your child to and information. distractions which may affect their receive free or reduced meals please fill times. enforced so that we might out a free lunch application located in Family involvement must be done in combat/prevent the spread of any the school cafeteria or in the frontacademic performances and social and Robin Elder office. For speedier processing, you flu-like virus in the school. School Counselor may applyprohibit, online at: partnership with teachers and other Our guidelines for students www.fulton.schoolunchapp.com. emotional growth.

Healthy Kids, Smart Kids

Monday - Besiege Tuesday - Cache

Wednesday - Gambol

Thursday - Clamorous Friday - Witticism

From the Desk of the Principal …

school personnel. With these

but are not limited to, form-fitting

partnerships, we must ensure that we

bottoms such as spandex leggings or

Thank you for your understanding and

positively influence, model, and

pants, skirts that do not extend

assistance in keeping our school’s

support our students…even by the

beyond mid-thigh length, sagging

focus on the core principles related to

way that we, the adults, dress each

pants, and/or tops that expose their

academic achievement.

day.

backs and cleavage. We ask that

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Principal Flounnory

IN THIS ISSUE:

Page 2 Words from our Superintendent

Page 5 What’s Happening?

(Grades K-2)

Tell Road Page College Park, Georgia 30349 770 306-3500 Page (Fax 770 306-3504) 3 Operational Planning 6 What’s Happening? (Grades 3-5) 2012 Georgia Department of Education Distinguished Title I School Page 7 Parent Reminders Principal Page 4 Golden Encouragement Tammye Coachman, Asst. Principal A complete monthly menu can be found a.us Page 8 Important Datescoachmantl@fultonschools.org to Remember stonewalltellelementary.weebly.com onthe SWT homepage and the menu is subject to chang

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Strategic Plan 2017 This is the school system’s roadmap for how Fulton County Schools aims to improve student achievement over the next five years. Three goals serve as the district’s measure for long-term student success,

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which is that students will graduate on time and be ready for college or the workforce. •

Graduation Rate – 90% of Fulton students will graduate on

Encourage Responsibility Traits in Your Child

College Readiness – 85% of Fulton’s seniors will be

Parents want their children to be “responsible.” But what does that really mean? A responsible person is respectful, honest, courageous and in control. Here are some ways to encourage these traits in your child:

time •

eligible for admission to a University System of Georgia college or university •

Career Readiness – 100% of Fulton's graduates will be

work-ready certified “These are big goals, but they are attainable,” said Superintendent Avossa. “Our strategic plan is focused on improving outcomes for all students, and the only way to do this is to set measurable goals and put supports in place to help our students and staff to reach them.” To that end, as part of its “Building Our Future” strategic planning initiative, the school system will focus on five key areas – instruction, people, technology, effective schools and resources – to drive improvement. •

Instruction – Students will be engaged in learning that

enables them to reach their full potential for college and career readiness •

People – Fulton County Schools will attract and retain the

most talented and effective employees in K-12 education •

Technology – Students, parents, teachers and administrators

will have the tools and information they need to accelerate learning •

Effective Schools – School leadership will be collaborative

• Respectfulness. Kids need to be concerned about others. Help your child consider feelings. For example, “How could that decision make your friend feel?” • Honesty. Although being truthful is sometimes hard, it feels worse to deceive. Talk with your child about how honesty leads to trust. Set a good example by admitting mistakes. Make it a family habit to apologize, learn from things and move on. • Self Control. Life is full of temptations. Kids benefit when they are patient and calm. If a child is angry about something, for example, help them weigh the pros and cons of possible reactions. • Courage. Standing up for beliefs can be scary. Prepare your child by role-playing tough situations. Explain that it’s normal to be intimidated. Encourage your child to make decisions despite his fear. That’s a real sign of bravery.

and will balance innovation with accountability •

Resources – Student needs will be supported with efficient

and effective allocation of staff, instructional materials and equipment

Source: “Helping your child learn responsible behavior,” Parenthood.com

The strategic plan will guide the system’s direction over the next five years and is the result of many conversations with the school board, teachers and school leaders as well as engagement with parents and the

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community. The plan is posted at www.fultonschools.org/StrategicPlan2017.

It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.


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Operational Planning In November 2011, Fulton County voters approved a one-penny education sales tax to fund new schools, renovations and additions, and provide enhanced technology across the county. The five-year building and construction plan calls for some of the district’s most outdated schools to be replaced with new state-of-the-art facilities. In order to move forward with those plans, three elementary schools in South Fulton – Oak Knoll, Harriet Tubman, and Mt. Olive – are slated for closure due to aging facility conditions. These would be replaced by two new schools – one at the former College Park Elementary School site and another at a yet-to-be-determined location. If approved by the school board, the schools would be closed after the 2013-2014 and 2015-2016 school years. 
To share information and gather input, a series of meetings are planned for late October, November and December. School system staff will explain the redistricting process, collect information for drawing revised attendance zones, gather input on future use for the facilities, and share information on the two replacement schools scheduled to open in fall 2014 and 2016. In November 2011, Fulton County voters approved a one-penny education sales tax to fund new schools, renovations and additions, and provide enhanced technology across the county. The five-year building and construction plan calls for some of the district’s most outdated schools to be replaced with new state-of-the-art facilities. In order to move forward with those plans, three elementary schools in South Fulton – Oak Knoll, Harriet Tubman, and Mt. Olive – are slated for closure due to aging facility conditions. These would be replaced by two new schools – one at the former College Park Elementary School site and another at yet-to-be-determined location. If approved by the school board, the schools would be closed after the 2013-2014 and 2015-2016 school years. To share information and gather input, a series of meetings are planned for late October, November and December. School system staff will explain the redistricting process, collect information for drawing revised attendance zones, gather input on future use for the facilities, and share information on the two replacement schools scheduled to open in fall 2014 and 2016. Middle and high school boundaries Also at the meetings, school system staff will ask parents for input into how new boundaries should be drawn for South Fulton middle and high schools. The revised attendance zones are necessary due to the recent opening of the new Banneker High School, which has available space due to its larger size. Middle school enrollments also are being reviewed to balance the number of students among schools.

The schedule for the three rounds of community meetings are as follows: •Round 1 – Monday, Oct. 29 (Woodland MS) and Tuesday, Oct. 30 (Banneker HS) •Round 2 – Monday, Nov. 26 (Woodland MS) and Tuesday, Nov. 27 (Banneker HS) •Round 3 – Monday, Dec. 10 (Woodland MS) and Tuesday, Dec. 11 (Banneker HS) Each meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Parents should only plan to attend one meeting per round at either location. Final recommendations will be presented in January 2013 with approval expected in February.

Regards, Yngrid L. Jones-Huff Executive Director, Operational Planning

It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.


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Moving up from the Stone-Ages, the pre technology era, to the 21st Century Technology savvy, world we live in; Stonewall Tell Elementary School is finally up to date! For all of you tech savvy parents and students we will now be “tweeting” SWT news and happenings for your convenience. Our first Official Tweet recognized the Unveiling of “The Wall” of Community Leaders. You can always look to find out the main events here at the school and maybe even a quick encouraging pick me up quote from time to time. If you missed the Unveiling of “The Wall” you can view a brief portion of it on https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bU7rlAGSBk.

Technology is all around us but we must not let it consume us. Yes we like to be “in the know” but we must remember that our children are in real life and have real life things going on too. So take some time after catching up with what is going on in the tech savvy part of the world and have a Family Table Talk with our children to see what is going on in their lives. After all, we are in Fulton County Schools “where students come first” so let us not forget about the children. Ms. Golden It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.


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Unit- Inventing Fun

Reading/Language Arts: Main Idea and Details, question words, Comparing And

Phonics- diagraph /tch/ and /ch/

Contrasting, Nouns Transition Words Reading- Compare and Contrast of Characters

Writing: Informational Language Arts – Antonyms

Math: Greater Than/ Less Than, Building Math – Geometry 2/3D shapes and their attributes

Numbers, Making tens, Teen Number (11-19)

Science- Light and Sound

Science: Gravity

Student Council Information Third, fourth, and fifth grades will vote for officers on Monday, November 5, 2012 between 8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Each student will complete a registration form and vote electronically in the school’s computer lab. Election results will be given during afternoon announcements. Parents are welcome to participate in Election ’12.

Physical Education

Week of November 5 – November 9 •

New Project!!!

• Jump Rope for Heart will be November 7 – November 9 during P.E. – parents are welcome to participate during their child’s P.E. class.

Subject: Social Studies Topic: Creating a Timeline Due: 11/16 FOR COMPLETE DETAILS…SEE YOUR CHILD’S

K-5 – Short Jump Rope Skills & Long Jump Rope Skills

Make sure you are being active for 20 minutes a day after school each day!

P.E. Website:

www.http://mrssinonspewebsite.weebly.com/

HOMEWORK FOLDER! It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.


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Third Grade is Rockin’-and-Rollin’ as we embark upon our 2nd Unit, “The American Dream & Rockin’-and-Rollin’!” with Reading Novel: And Then What Happened Paul Revere? This unit will last to the end of November. Within this unit all subjects will be integrated. It will consist of the following skills: The Heroes that we will be integrating for reading and social studies are: Paul Revere, Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Thurgood Marshall; American Government.

Language Arts: George Washington Socks Compound & Simple Sentences Informational/Explanatory Writing, Parts of speech/ adjective Math: Fractions (Equivalent fractions)

Language Arts: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, adjectives, and figurative language

Science: Light and Sound-Production of

Writing: Informative, Narrative, and Short Research Connections

Sound Science: rocks, minerals, fossils and soils; Math: multiplication, division, fact families, algebra, word problems, data and measuring;

Social Studies: Colonization-Mid Atlantic Colonies

Health: Mental and Emotional Health.

Quantum ArtSmart Happenings 5th graders are working on engineering a 3D paper sculpture while 4th graders are in the process of creating a Picasso/Edvard Munch Expressivist portrait using a math grid. 3rd graders are finishing up their “Communicolor” cat portraits that communicate with lines and colors, and 2nd graders are in the midst of an exciting Fauvist collage while learning about Henri Matisse and the other Fauvists. K and 1st grade will be starting their ceramic clay sculptures shortly as they learn that the foundational aspects of sculpture are 3 dimensional Geometric Forms like spheres, cylinders, prisms, ellipsoids, and toruses!

www.quantumartsmart.weebly.com

MUSIC Math-------------------Dividing Decimals (MCC5.NBT.3) (MCC6.NBT.7) (MCC6.NBT.4)

Music Notes

This week, grades 1-5 have learned about patriotic music, and Reading--------------- Extended Text: “Rosa Parks.” (Main Idea, Draw Inferences, and incorporated English/Language Arts by writing a letter of Summarizing) gratitude to our American troops overseas. Kindergarten www.quantumartsmart.weebly.com continued to learn about ballads and the parts of a story, and Language Arts------- Principal Parts of Verbs (L.5.1 b, c) had lots of educational fun performing ‘The Old Gray Cat is Sleeping’ within their classes. Writing----------------Informative and Opinions (W.5.2.a-e) (W.5.10) Social Studies--------How Life Changed in America at the Turn of the Century. (SS5H3 a-d) Science----------------How Microorganisms benefit/harm larger organisms. (S5L4 a, b,) Health-----------------Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs

Please continue to visit the music website for updates and brand new podcasts. The website is:

http://www.stonewalltellmusic.weebly.com

It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.


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Healthy Kids, Smart Kids Stonewall Tell Elementary has adopted the Healthy Kids, Smart Kids Wellness Initiative. We believe that healthier eating habits and consistent exercise have a positive impact on our children’s learning and ultimately their test scores. When sending in classroom snacks, please remember that this is a “Sugar-Free Zone” school. Do not send soft drinks, fruit drinks with processed sugar, candy, cookies, ice cream, cupcakes, cakes, hot fries or sugary snacks. Also note that birthday parties that include cakes, cookies, wings, ice cream and other treats are prohibited and will not be allowed in the building. Healthier items such as fruit cups, fresh fruit, pretzels, baked chips, 100% juice, fresh vegetables, 100% fruit snacks, granola bars, animal crackers and items with low salt and minimum sugar are allowed. ** Due to nut allergies, please do not send any snacks

***Parents Please Read*** 

APEC at Stonewall Tell

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If you need afterschool

with peanuts or peanut butter in them.

A QUICK ETTIQUITE REMINDER As parents you begin the training process of respecting others in the home; so as Educators of your children we are to continue the task in the schools.

care for your child, APEC is available on site.

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Together we can make a difference in the lives of our children. We would appreciate if you respect our processes as students enter in the morning. During Morning Announcements ALL students, parents and teachers are asked not to talk, walk or conduct ANY business as a part of our trainings for our students. They are expected to participate in the moment of silence as well as the pledge to the flag. Thank you for you cooperation!

Reminder….. Set your clocks back one hour!! Daylight Savings Time ends on November 4, 2012 at 2am. It is time to set your

 7:00 pm pick up  S.T.E.M. Curriculum  Computer Lab  Fitness Classes  Certified Staff  Snack & Supper Provided

ALL Volunteers MUST complete a Volunteer Registration Form and the Parent Volunteer Training @ http://media2.fultonschools.org/DistrictCo ntent/Training/ChildAbuseandNeglect/play er.html. Please do not leave your vehicle unattended in the student drop-off zone. This zone is not for parking. Use the visitor parking spaces. Please dial 0 when calling the front desk. Please send a note or letter whenever you change the dismissal process for your student. No phone calls, please! Please consider using the school bus for student transport to and from the school. We are unable to call students to the front office for early dismissal after 2:00p.m. Safety and security is a concern. School starts promptly at 7:40a.m. Students are marked TARDY when they arrive after the morning bell. There is no GRACE PERIOD.

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Students dismissed before 11:10 a.m. are marked ABSENT for the whole day. Our Dismissal Process The school schedule is 07:40am-2:20p.m. Dismissal starts at 2:20p.m. We have 11 buses to load with

If you are interested,

4 buses being loaded at one time.

please contact APEC

Car riders are dismissed

at 404-759-5950. We

around 2:45p.m.

look forward to

hearing from you.

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ALWAYS sign in your presence in the building at the front desk. There is not a telephone in any classroom. Please provide your child with an extra set of clothes in case of an accident.

clocks BACK ONE HOUR and catch up on that sleep you have been missing. It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.


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**A complete monthly menu can be found on the SWT homepage and the menu is subject to change** Student Breakfast: $1.05

Lunch: $2.20

Student Reduced Breakfast: $0.30

Important Dates To Remember Nov. 4 Daylight Savings Time Ends at 2:00AM (clocks are turned backward 1 hour) Nov. 5 College Park City Council Mtng @City Hall (about the construction of the new College Park Elementary School) 5:00pm-7:00pm Nov. 6 Election Day/ NO SCHOOL for Students

Student Reduced Lunch: $0.40 Adult Breakfast: $1.55 Adult Lunch: $3.15 Monday Tomato Basil Soup w/ Grilled Cheese Sandwich Or

Nov. 7 Cub Scouts Meeting 6:30pm8:30pm (Cafeteria) Nov. 8 Girl Scouts Meeting 3:30pm 4:30pm Nov. 8 Chick-fil-A Spirit Night (Camp Creek Parkway) 5:00pm-8:00pm Nov. 9&16 A.T.L.A.S Meeting in Mr. Gilmore’s Room (Shirt & Tie Required) 3-4pm

Chicken Nugget Bites w/ Chicken-Seasoned Brown Rice Tuesday NO SCHOOL Wednesday Vegetarian Stuffed Shells w/ Marinara Sauce Or Mini Burgers Thursday Sweet & Sour Chicken Or Tex Mex Nachos Friday Fajita Grilled Fish Or Cheese Pizza

Nov. 10 Cliftondale Elementary Health Fair 10:00am-1:00pm Nov. 12 Fall Picture Retake 8:30am10:30am

If you are interested in becoming vendors please call Mrs. Cherrika Holloman at 770-774-4060.

Nov. 12 Linda Bryant Community Mtng @ Renaissance Middle 6pm Nov. 13 LSAC @5:30pm/ PTA @6:30pm (Thanksgiving Program) Nov. 13 Thanksgiving Feast for grades K &2(during your child’s lunch period) Nov. 14 Thanksgiving Feast for grades 1&5 (during your child’s lunch period)

STONEWALL TELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL “SPIRIT NIGHT” Oh Boy!! It’s that time again! It’s Spirit Night at Chick-fil-A at Camp Creek for Stonewall Tell. Show your school spirit by joining us for food, fun and family. There will be games and the opportunity to compete for prizes! The

Nov. 15 Thanksgiving Feast for grades 3 &4 (during your child’s lunch period) Nov. 15 FCSG Fall Lecture Series @Westlake HS 7-8pm

children’s play area will be open so expect to have plenty of fun! The class with the highest attendance (eight students or more) will win a class party hosted by the Chick-fil-A Cow!

November 8, 2012 from 5:00-8:00pm Fulton County offers MyPaymentPlus. This is an online service that offers you the convenience and information you need to manage your student’s account. You can prepay on your student’s meal account using a credit/debit card at www.mypaymentsplus.com.

Nov. 16 So You Think You Can Dance &Sing 6:30-8:30pm

Please plan to attend; be sure to present your spirit night form at time of purchase. These

Nov. 21-23 Thanksgiving Break/NO SCHOOL Nov. 30 S.T.Y.L.E Mtng (Spelman College/Community Service)

forms will be sent home prior to spirit night. Your support generates additional funds for your school!

It is the policy of Fulton County School Systems not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age or disability, in any employment practice, educational programs or any other program, activity or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact compliance coordinator, Mr. Ron Wade, 786 Cleveland Ave., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30315 or call (404) 763-4585 TTY 1-800-255-0315.

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