Our kindergarteners have been working hard to learn sight words this year. Our 'Rainbow Readers' have read at least half of our kindergarten words toward our end of the year goal of 100 sight words read. They earned their name being added to the rainbow, a certificate, and extra recess. Way to go readers!
7 days ago, Jennifer Smith
readers
Please click on the link below to access the Pre-K and Kindergarten registration information form for the 2023-2024 school year. https://5il.co/1nr7q
10 days ago, Jennifer Smith
registration
Mrs. Law's Third Grade class have met their reading and math goals for the second nine weeks of school! They are looking forward to the reward days!
about 2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
third
Students in Mrs. Law's Third Grade class have been learning about minerals and rocks. They presented their rock collections and enjoyed observing each other collections and discussing the similarities and differences!
about 2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
rocks
rocks
rocks
Join 1st Grade TONIGHT for a special holiday treat!
2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
Please see the new date for Kindergarten caroling in the park! Hope you can join us!
2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
caroling
It's WILDCAT SPIRIT WEEK AT SCE! Let's show our support to the Wildcats and participate in spirit days all week! Please share so all of our Wildcats get the word!
2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
spirit week
THE SCHLEY COUNTY WIDCATS WON their semi-final matchup against Johnson County last night! This means they will be traveling to Atlanta to play for the State Championship at Center Parc Stadium, Thursday, December 8th. As this is a first-ever state football championship game for our entire community, we will be releasing all students at noon Thursday so that all students, faculty, and staff may have the opportunity to travel to the game. The scheduled game time is 5:00, however, there are three games preceding our game. This could mean a later actual start time. Because of the expected late return Thursday night into Friday morning, we will not hold in person classes on Friday. Friday will be an asynchronous learning day. Lessons and activities will be provided to students to complete at their own pacing by Monday. Please join us in supporting our players, cheerleaders, and band in Atlanta this Thursday! Go Wildcats!
2 months ago, Schley County Schools
Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) The ACP is an FCC benefit program that provides support for households on their internet costs. Please see https://www.fcc.gov/acp for more information. There are many ways to be eligible, but one way is if a child participates in the free and reduced-price meals.
2 months ago, Schley County Schools
See flyer for details! 🎅🏻
2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
breakfast with Santa
The community is invited to hear our Kindergarten carolers as they sing downtown in the park December 9!
2 months ago, Jennifer Smith
caroling
We are proud to announce that Mrs. Young was named a Champion for Education at the Chattahoochee-Flint RESA recognition luncheon today! Thank you for all you do to support our students and their families!
3 months ago, Jodie Leeder
champion
First and third grade students are scheduled to participate in Vision and Hearing Screenings at Schley County Elementary School on November 17, 2022. The vision and hearing screenings will be performed by certified screeners from Prevent Blindness Georgia’s Star Pupil’s: Healthy Eyes for Healthy Futures program and trained school district staff. VISION SCREENING The purpose of the screening is to identify children who have, or may be at risk for, vision problems and need a comprehensive eye exam by an eye doctor. The screening is NOT a diagnosis. Vision problems are the leading handicap of childhood; yet most vision problems go undetected because they are not obvious to children or their parents. These problems can result in permanent vision loss if left untreated and may impact the child’s ability to learn, athletic performance, and self-esteem. However, early detection and treatment can, in many cases, restore normal vision. HEARING SCREENING Hearing is important for speech and language development, reading, learning, and social interactions. Even mild hearing losses or hearing loss only in one ear may interfere with academics. Children with undiagnosed hearing loss may appear to have poor attention or other learning problems. Hearing can change between screenings and hearing loss can be related to medical problems. You will receive an initial letter sent home with your child if he/she DOES NOT PASS their vision and/or hearing screening(s), as well as follow-up communication from the screening staff regarding the results and recommendations for further evaluation. If you do not wish for your child to participate in these screenings, please contact Mrs. Jamie Sellars at 229.937.2405.
3 months ago, Jodie Leeder
Red Ribbon Week is continuing tomorrow (Thursday) at SCE with Favorite Team/Jersey day. On Friday, we will PINK OUT SCE in honor of cancer awareness and to finish off our Red Ribbon Week. Drugs Stink, Wear Pink!
3 months ago, Jennifer Smith
pink out
Red Ribbon Week is continuing all week at SCE!
3 months ago, Jennifer Smith
rrw
Widespread flu activity in Georgia. For more from the Georgia Department of Public Health, please see https://dph.georgia.gov/press-releases/2022-10-19/widespread-flu-activity-georgia
3 months ago, Schley County Schools
This week is Red Ribbon Week!
3 months ago, SCE
red ribbon week
Schley County Elementary School's fundraiser is underway! It's as simple as 1, 2, 3! 1. Register NOW at www.ShopFund.com 2. Share custom support links with family & friends via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Email, Text and more. 3. Student Goal: 5 Online Supporters. https://vimeo.com/showcase/8770815
3 months ago, Jennifer Smith
need help
Fifth grade students are scheduled to participate in Vision and Hearing Screening at Schley County Middle School on November 9, 2022. The vision and hearing screenings will be performed by certified screeners from Prevent Blindness Georgia’s Star Pupil’s: Healthy Eyes for Healthy Futures program and trained school district staff. VISION SCREENING The purpose of the screening is to identify children who have, or may be at risk for, vision problems and need a comprehensive eye exam by an eye doctor. The screening is NOT a diagnosis. Vision problems are the leading handicap of childhood; yet most vision problems go undetected because they are not obvious to children or their parents. These problems can result in permanent vision loss if left untreated and may impact the child’s ability to learn, athletic performance, and self-esteem. However, early detection and treatment can, in many cases, restore normal vision. HEARING SCREENING Hearing is important for speech and language development, reading, learning, and social interactions. Even mild hearing losses or hearing loss only in one ear may interfere with academics. Children with undiagnosed hearing loss may appear to have poor attention or other learning problems. Hearing can change between screenings and hearing loss can be related to medical problems. You will receive an initial letter sent home with your child if he/she DOES NOT PASS their vision and/or hearing screening(s), as well as follow-up communication from the screening staff regarding the results and recommendations for further evaluation. If you do not wish for your child to participate in these screenings, please contact Mrs. Jamie Sellars at 229.937.2405.
4 months ago, Jodie Leeder
Schley County Elementary School's fundraiser starts today! It's as simple as 1, 2, 3! 1. Register TONIGHT at www.ShopFund.com 2. Share custom support links with family & friends via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Email, Text and more. 3. Student Goal: 5 Online Supporters. https://vimeo.com/showcase/8770815
4 months ago, Jennifer Smith
help