John Johnson Elementary School
Jones Wheat Elementary School
Potter Street Elementary School
West Bainbridge Elementary School
Hutto Middle School
Bainbridge Middle School
To learn more about Bainbridge High School's College & Career Academy Concept, click here!
Decatur County Schools annually conducts a Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA), reviews and revises our CLIP (Consolidated LEA Implementation Plan) and our Title I Parent and Family Engagement Plan. The annual review process is discussed at our annual Title I Stakeholder Meetings. Opportunities to attend these meetings will be held on Monday, June 11, 2018, at the Decatur County Schools Support Center located at 507 Martin Street in West Bainbridge. There will be two repeated sessions: 11:00 am until 1:00 pm OR 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm. All parents and stakeholders are encouraged to attend one of these informational meetings and offer feedback and suggestions.
For more information, please contact:
Kathy Varner at 229-248-2836 or by email at email@example.com.
iStation for K-2
iStation for 3-4
Fun things for parents to help make Summer reading Fun!
End of the Year Slides Shows for Elcan-King 2017-18
Decatur County Schools is a Strategic Waiver System, which allows our system to waive specific state board rules. In our current strategic waiver, we chose to waive O.G.C.A 20-2-283 & 20-2-284. This waiver allows us as a system not to retest students for the 2017-2018 school year. The wavier also allows us to be able to use other vital information from your child’s entire school year and not only state assessment scores in the promotion and retention policy for the 2017-2018 school year.
The EKE 2017-18 Yearbook sales have begun! Please look for the order form in your child's school paperwork for your copy. The link below contains the document to print if needed. The yearbook cost is $15. The form and money are due by Friday, April 27th. It will be a year to remember!
2017-18 EKE Yearbook Order Form
Click the "Pennies for Patient" logo above to watch a video about why EKE is excited to begin this event!
We will be collecting money for our Leukemia Survivor "Hero". Please help your child assemble the collection box sent home, inform family, friends, and neighbors, and help support cancer research. You can also donate and share using our school link for the event:
Thank you for your help and participation!
EKE Inspirational Video 2017-18
Mrs. Crews' Class
Elcan-King would like to recognize the following students for participation in the District Spelling Bee for Decatur County:
Kaleigh Mills, Mark Andrew Esquivel, and Kaiya Deibert.
We are so proud of your accomplishments!
Flu season is well underway. We are seeing many cases in Decatur County Schools. Flu is a very contagious illness. Please keep your children home until they are fever free without medication for 24 hours. If your child has fever, they are CONTAGIOUS! Also, if your child has been vomiting/diarrhea, please keep them home. Remember to wash hands with soap and hot water and to cover your cough.
Flu Symptoms are achy head, dry cough (can be severe), decreased appetite, achy muscles, fever/chills, fatigue (weakness) can last 2 weeks.
When: March 2, 2018
Where: Earle May Boat Basin
Time: 6pm-9pm (Registration begins at 5:30)
READY, SET, GLOW!
Click the link to get registered for this great event!!!!
***Important dates for registration
February 16th-last day to save $5 use discount code EKEGLOW2018
February 18th-last day to register for $20 and receive a T-shirt
February 19th-registration fee is $30 and will not include a T-shirt
Elcan-King is proud to acknowledge the following students for achievements at the Decatur County Elementary Technology Competition:
Isaac Poitevient- 1st place in game design programming
Mark Andrew Esquivel & Careygan Palmer- 1st place in video production and editing
Cassie Marshburn & Hayden Reynolds- 2nd place in video production and editing
Karma Hutto & Cammie Marshburn- 3rd place in video production and editing
Congratulations to all of these talented students!
Out of an abundance of caution for the safety of our students, all schools in Decatur County will be canceled tomorrow, Wednesday January 17th, for students and staff due to the possibility for icy and unsafe road conditions during the morning hours. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but the weather conditions tomorrow are too questionable at this time to jeopardize the safety of our students or our staff.
We will be back to our normal schedule Thursday January 18th.
Click here for Pre-K registation information
Who will win the big game? Click here to answer!
All schools will be closed on November 17th.
Thanksgiving Break is November 20 - 24.
Parents and Community Members,
The uncertainty of the future track of Hurricane Irma and its potential impact on our area has led us to cancel school for all Decatur County Schools on Monday, September 11th and Tuesday, September 12th. We are hopeful that our area sees very little impact but the uncertainty remains too high to take any chances with the safety of our students and staff. Schools will reopen on Wednesday, September 13th unless developments change at which time we will update you all. Thank you and be safe.
Superintendent Decatur County Schools
Updated Pre-K School Nutrition Guidelines
Please join us at Elcan-King on Thursday, August 10th for the following informational meetings:
5:00 p.m. - Early Intervention Program
Topics- What is this program and how does it work?
5:30 p.m. - Title I
Topics- Why does our school receive Title I funding? Academic Accountability; Teacher Qualifications; Testing; Safety; Parent Volunteers; Other Federal Programs
6:00 p.m. - Back to School Curriculum
Topics- What does my child's schedule look like? What are the expectations for my child? How can I, as a parent, help?
Parent Volunteer Training Session
Tuesday, October 24th at 9:00 AM
725 Lousie St.
Please click on the picture above to go to the parent survey.
Please click on the picture to enter the survey.
Monday, October 23rd through Friday, October 27th
Monday- Wear Red! "Use your head, wear Red!"
Tuesday- Wear "Wacky-Tacky- I'm Drug Free!" Day
Wednesday- Wear Team Spirit "Team up against drugs!"
Thursday- Wear Hawaiian Day- "Lei off Drugs!"
Friday- Wear Storybook Character- Parade Day
Parade starts at 8:15am
Georgia Parent Survey
The Georgia Parent Survey is also modeled after the student survey and contains 24 questions. Parents may complete the survey using their personal computer, smartphone or tablet. For parents that do not have access to the Internet, school administrators should consider scheduling dates and times to allow parents to complete the Georgia Parent Survey at school. All parents should be encouraged to participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey is also available in Spanish. Parents may select the Spanish version within the survey. Results from the Georgia Parent Survey will not be available to the public and will not be posted online. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted below.
Pre-K- Friday, May 18th @ 8:15am
Kindergarten- Friday, May 18th @ 9:30am
First Grade- Monday, May 21 @ 8:15am
Second Grade- Monday, May 21 @ 9:30am
Third Grade- Tuesday, May 22 @ 8:15am
Fourth Grade- Tuesday, May 22 @ 9:30am
Please click here to take the survey for the Collaborative Impact for Decatur County.
COMMUNITY WIDE LITERACY CAMPAIGN
Everyone may help by:
DONATING NEW OR USED BOOKS
Book drop-off bins located at each school
Purchase books from Amazon, Read, Dream, Achieve Account
READ TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
Become a trained volunteer
Participate in a brief training to learn how to effectively read aloud
If you are interested in becoming a trained
volunteer who also reads aloud to students,
please contact Dr. Cheryl Guy
for additional details.
229-243-6847 or 229-248-2835 firstname.lastname@example.org
DIRECTIONS FOR DCBOE PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT BOOK PURCHASE FROM AMAZON.COM
1. Go to Amazon.com and log on to your account or if you don’t have one you can create a new account.
2. Go to the “Account & Lists” tab on the top right of the page.
(Hello, Name: there will be a drop down box.)
3. Click on “Find a list or Registry”
-Go to “Your Friends” (three tabs in blue will say “Your List”,
“Your Idea Lists”, & “Your Friends”)
-Type in: DCBOE from “Find Someone’s List” box (to the left)
-Then hit enter to pull up the wish list
4. Book Wish List is available for you to purchase.
-Click on the book or books you would like to pur-chase.
-You have the choice of Hardcover or Paperback books.
-Place the QTY and add to your cart. Once added & you’re ready to check out, then you will proceed to check out. (Select Shipping Address page).
-Select DCBOE Read, Dream, Achieve. The order will be shipped directly to the DCBOE Support Center 507 Martin Street.
-Choose the OPTION of completing a Gift Receipt & type a message.
-Choose your shipping options (free to Amazon Prime Members, etc…) Then press Continue.
-Select Payment Method. Put in your credit card, debit card, gift card, Ama-zon.com or bank account number (checking). Press continue to review your order and place your order.
Interested in volunteering, chaperoning a school-related event or trip, or attending a field trip with your student?
First Time Volunteers: Be sure to attend a face-to-face volunteer training session
All Others: Recertify online (every school year ) @ dcboe.com/ for parents/Annual Recertification Requirements