The new student registration date for the 2015–2016 school year will be held on Wednesday, July 29, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The registration will be available at all schools in the system. Parents are asked to register their children at the school the child will attend.
The registration day is for students new to the school system or students who have moved to a new attendance area within the system. Students moving to a new school due to advancing to the next grade level in the same attendance area the child attended last year (for example moving from an elementary school to a middle school in the same attendance area) would not need to register on this date.
What is needed for registration?
- Parent or legal guardian must accompany enrolling student
- Immunization Certificate
- Eye/ear/dental Certificate
- Birth Certificate/Social Security Number Card
- Proof of Residency (a current official utility bill that shows name and address)
- Record from previous school, if available
Floyd County Schools is focused on “Destination Graduation for every child.” Recent graduates from Floyd County high schools have gone on to study at Georgia, Georgia Tech, Harvard, Vanderbilt, West Point and other respected institutions of higher learning across the country. Students with a dream and a passion for learning will find caring educators in Floyd County Schools to help them reach their goal of destination graduation to open doors to a brighter future.
Get Georgia Reading posts "All About Those Books" video by Pepperell Middle to the organization's website
___________________________________________ Pepperell Middle School teachers and students got creative to promote their school book fair and the result was just picked up by a state organization for reading. Get Georgia Reading has posted the music video "All About Those Books" by Pepperell Middle students and teachers to the groups website. You can view the video on the Get Georgia Reading site at: http://www.getgeorgiareading.org/all_about_those_books
Teacher Kim Baker borrowed lyrics she had seen from another school online and brought a book focus to a recent Meghan Trainor hit song. The video was used by Baker's sixth-grade Middle School 101 class to promote the Pepperell Middle book fair last December. The class is designed to be an introduction to middle school to help young teens be more successful during the turbulent middle school years.
Collecting Box Tops is a very easy way to help our school! You might think they are only
worth 10 cents, but when collected by many, they really add up! This was with only a small
portion of our school population participating. Just think what we could do if everyone clipped
those little rectangles! You can find Box Tops on thousands of your favorite products,
from cereals to Avery Office Products to Hanes T-shirts to printer paper.
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