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The office is open for your convenience each day from 7:15 AM until 4:00 PM. Phones are answered each day from 7:00 AM until 3:30 PM. Please call the office with questions or concerns. Messages for teachers can be left with office personnel.
The school is open for student arrival at 7:15 AM. School personnel are not available to monitor children until that time.
The first school bell rings at 7:50 AM. Children who are not in their classroom by 8:00 AM will be considered tardy.
Bus dismissal begins at 2:40 PM. Parents who are picking up car rider students in the afternoon must do so by 3:00 PM. Changes in transportation must be phoned into the school (770-651-4300) by 2:00 PM so notification can be given to teachers.
We welcome visitors to our school. Please remember to sign in at the front office BEFORE going to the classroom or other area you wish to serve. You will receive a visitor's badge, which is required to be worn at all times while you are on campus. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter to assure our students a safe school zone.
Each student must have:
A. Proof of Residence
B. Auto Registration
C. Immunization Form GDHR 3231
D. Custody/Guardian Papers, as appropriate
E. Social Security Number
F. Certificate of eye, ear, and dental exam Form GDHR 3300 (if entering GA schools for the first time)
G. Birth Certificate (if entering GA schools for the first time)
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