This is National Family Engagement Month. Please respond to our SES Flipgrid. Students and parents who record a video response will earn 20 PBIS points towards the 2nd Nine Weeks school-wide reward. Click the link to go to Flipgrid! https://flipgrid.com/3124d4d4
Mrs. Tabb's 1st graders enjoy the PBIS popcorn and a movie celebration.
There will be no 21st Century (SES Afterschool Program) Program on Monday, November 23 and Tuesday, November 24, 2020.
Parents/guardians come enjoy popcorn with the princiPALS tomorrow, November 17th! It's Parent Engagement Month so drive through the front driveway between 1:30 and 2:30 and enjoy some popcorn with our amazing princiPALS, Ms. Thompson and Ms. Wallace!
Mrs. Singley’s 5th grade students learned how to solve numerical expressions using the order of operations by working as surgeons in the Singley Surgical Center. #ClassroomTransformation
Miss Teehee and Mrs. McDonalds Kindergarten Class spent the week learning about Veteran's Day. Today they had the chance to honor Scott's very own veteran Mrs. Tillman. Thank you for your service Mrs. Tillman!
Read the following letter regarding the second nine weeks. https://5il.co/mvki
Don't forget! Early Release Friday November 6th at 12 PM.
Special thanks to our Custodial staff for the treat bags for our Pre-K students!
Scottie Champs had a blast saying "Boo" to drugs!
Mrs. Lester's 3rd graders used movement to learn about the rock cycle. The students changed into a new type of rock
The cheerleaders will be at Scott this Friday morning! Pompoms and tattoos are $1. Megaphones and footballs are $2.
Pre-K students were excited to receive their free books! Thank you so much: Thomas County Rotary, Kwanis Club, United Way, Certified Literate Community Program (CLCP) and Thomas County Public Library!
Miss Milam's 4th grade class used the affirmation mirror to practice saying positive things about themselves.
Mrs. West and Mrs. Walden's Pre-K students explored the food preferences of ants. Prior to the experiment, students made predictions by drawing a picture of what they thought would happen. After completing the actual experiment, they drew a picture of the outcome.
We created monsters using oil pastels and watercolors. We then wrote descriptions of our monsters. Now we are creating a monster show on Google Slides. --Mrs. Marcum's 4th graders
Next Week is Red Ribbon Week!
Happy Homecoming Week! The cheerleaders will be at Scott this Friday morning! Pompoms and tattoos are $1. Megaphones and footballs are $2.
Click here to register for the Infinite Campus Parent Portal to see your child's grades. https://www.tcitys.org/page/ic-parent-portal
Join us as we celebrate Georgia Pre-K Week!