FREE Lunch starts tomorrow for in-person students
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NEW: Starting today, our distance learners can begin the transition back into the classroom for in-person learning if they so choose. All distance learners should receive an opt-in form from their school soon if they haven't already. The current opt-in window closes on September 2. This window allows our schools ample time to create class schedules and rebalance classrooms. Below are future opt-in windows for distance learners who want to transition back into the classroom. September 28 - September 30 December 7 - December 9 March 1 - March 3 If you are currently a distance learner who wants to remain in distance learning, no further actions need to be taken. If at any point your family situation changes or you do not feel comfortable with in-person instruction this academic year, we will absolutely try our best to accommodate your family and provide the instructional mode you need.
Thomas Shalin, Youth Services Coordinator, from the Bartow County Public Library would like kids and parents to know that you can get books and materials and access a ton of downloadable content from home. It's especially helpful for families who are distance learning. It's just a reminder that we are here for any school or fun reading needs. We are giving away free picture books on Mondays in September to anyone who checks out at least 5 picture books. :) Since we won't be able to do Book Buddies or our Tail Wagging Tutors programs this year, we wanted to do some giveaways and extra reading programs throughout the year.
Adairsville Elementary believes that parental engagement means the participation of parents in regular two-way, and meaningful communication involving student academic learning and other school activities.
The parents, students, and staff of Adairsville Elementary School developed this School-Parent Compact for Achievement. Parents and students provided valuable feedback on district surveys allowing teachers to create practical strategies for parents to use at home.
Bartow County Schools
Facts & Numbers
- 89.2% Graduation Rate
- 39% Honor graduates
- 46% of students attend post-secondary in Georgia
- 19 Advanced Placement courses offered
- 2,251 College credit hours earned
- 28 CTAE pathways offered