Milestones testing begins for 4th grade on Monday, April 24th. Good luck, students. We believe in you!
Annual Title I Parent Survey
Calling all parents—your participation makes a difference!
We are depending on parent feedback to help us evaluate our 2016-2017 Parent & Family Engagement program, and input on developing plans for 2017-2018. Parent/guardian participation in our 2017 Annual Title I Parent Survey will provide us with valuable information that will be applied to the development of school, and district, Parent & Family Engagement Plans. The survey will be available to March 31, 2017. To access the survey, please click here.
All Pro Dads Meeting
Our last All Pro Dads meeting of the school year will be Thursday, April 27 at 7:30 a.m. in the gym. We'll have breakfast, fun, and LOTS of door prizes!! Coach Eidson will be speaking so you don't want to miss our last All Pro Dad event of the year!
Visit www.allprodadsday.com/chapters/4738 to RSVP (RSVP is NOT required to attend).
Please contact our Lead Title I teacher, Mrs. Meeks, if you have any questions. We hope to see you all there!
State PTA Reflections Contest Winner
Congratulations to 5th grader Katie Thompson for winning the the state PTA Reflections Contest in the category of music composition. The theme for the 2016-2017 contest was "What's Your Story?" Great job, Katie! We are so proud of you.
Sam D. Panter Named Title I Reward School
Sam D. Panter Elementary has been named to the 2016-2017 list of Title I Reward Districts and Schools. Reward Schools are Title I schools that fall into two categories: Highest-Performing and High-Progress. Panter was one of two Paulding County Elementary Schools named in the "High-Progress' category. That means our school is among the top ten percent of the state's Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of "all students" group over three years on the statewide assessments.
“Being recognized as a Title I Reward School is a huge honor,” said Paulding County School Superintendent Cliff Cole. “Every teacher in the district is working hard to change the lives of their students. The administration is focused on improving the performance of all student groups. I look forward to the continued success of these schools.”
Title I schools receive federal funding to be applied to additional services, support, and resources in support of enabling all students to achieve academic success. Paulding County has 13 Title I schools.
Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 – ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (grades 3-5)
Georgia Parent Survey:
Eight of Paulding County’s schools beat the odds in 2016.
Three elementary schools in Paulding County have been named to the 2016-2017 list of Title I Reward Districts and Schools.