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Jabari 1819 SB Winner
Jabari Sullivan (4th Grade-Mrs. Dodd)
2018-2019 E. J. Swint Spelling Bee Winner

The 2018 Spelling Bee at Swint Elementary was a wonderful experience that took place in Swint’s Cafetorium and lasted a total of 15 suspenseful rounds until a winner emerged. The winning  word that brought the spelling bee to an end was creatures, (c-r-e-a-t-u-r-e-s). Jabari will compete in the county spelling bee  on January 31, 2019 at Clayton County's Performing Arts Center. 

Dr. Carmen Black, Spelling Bee Coordinator





Help a Child Smile

Great News! On January 18, 2019 the Help a Child Smile dental program is coming to Swint Elementary school to offer full-service dental care at school. Please ask your child's teacher for the dental form, today!
Ms. Askew





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The Governor's Office of Student Achievement
Georgia School Grades Reports

E. J. Swint School Grades Reports






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Parents, please complete this survey. Your participation is greatly appreciated.

Georgia Parent Survey 2018-2019




Please view the important document below from Dr. Lee, Director of Curriculum & Instruction

Extending Learning Beyond the Classroom Parent Letter K-12 Winter 2018.pdf






2018 K-3 Picture Book Reading Bowl

"You can find magic wherever you look.  Sit back and relax all you need is a book!” – Dr. Seuss

2018 K-3 Picture Book Reading Bowl
Kendrick Middle School
November 3, 2018
Mrs. Wade
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Reading Bowl 1819


History of the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl

Several years ago, Mrs. Helen Ruffin, a library media specialist in DeKalb County, wanted to find a way to use the nominee books from the Georgia Children’s Book Awards to encourage her students to read. She therefore created a unique reading competition in game format, called the Reading Bowl, using the award nominees. Her vision was to have teams comprised of students from different schools compete to test their knowledge of the selected books.

Today, the Georgia Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl is open to students in grades four through twelve across the state. 

http://gcba.coe.uga.edu/gcba-awards/helen-ruffin-reading-bowl/

The Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl 
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Kendrick Middle School
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Please attend to support our zealous readers & compassionate coach, Mrs. Wade






School Supplies List 2018-2019

Please click the link below for the 2018-2019 E. J. Swint Elementary School Supply Lists

2018-2019 Supply Lists.pdf




School Improvement

Please select the document below for the 2018-2019 E. J. Swint Elementary
Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

E. J. Swint Elementary Comprehensive School Improvement Plan 2018-19 ND.docx



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Superintendent's Student Council Advisory Meeting
9/26/2018
5th Graders: Jazmine Ramirez & Aubrielle Riddick




2017-2018 Jr. Beta Club
E. J. Swint Elementary's Jr. Beta Club

The National Beta Club is the largest independent, non-profit, educational youth organization in America. And for more than 80 years, it has prepared today's students to be tomorrow's leaders.

MISSION STATEMENT
To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

MOTTO
Let Us Lead By Serving Others




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Principal, Mrs. Sarah Cainion

Today YOU lead the school. Tomorrow YOUR students will lead the world. 




Bookworm

Reading is fundamental. In fact, it is one of the most important ingredients to becoming all that you can be. Reading develops your brain, provides a window into the world around you and helps you do better in all school subjects. Most importantly, reading can not only help you become a better student, but a better person.  You can learn from the brightest people whenever and wherever you choose. So dive into a good book by accessing myon.com daily, the reading adventure awaits you. You can also search our library for exciting books, just click the link and let the fun begin.
E. J. Swint School Library (Destiny Discover)

"It is not enough to simply teach children to read; we have to give them something worth reading. Something that will stretch their imaginations--something that will help them make sense of their own lives and encourage them to reach out toward people whose lives are quite different from their own."
Katherine Patterson

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February 21, 2019           Black History Program
     

   

Swint is one of the 1,037 Georgia schools that beat the odds in 2016, performing better than statistically expected on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI).  The Beating the Odds analysis predicts a range within which a school’s CCRPI score is statistically expected to fall; given the school’s size, grade cluster, student mobility, and student demographics (including race/ethnicity, disability, English learners, and poverty).  If an individual school’s actual CCRPI is above the predicted range, then that school beat the odds.

 

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