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How to access Google Classroom during the Extended Learning Period

CCPS access to Google Classroom Instructions

Student-Quick-Sheet-to-Google-Classroom.pdf

Print Instructions:  Enter the myclayton portal (my.clayton.k12.ga.us) by
Using your student number/id and student password
Once on the myclayton home page, select the "Google Classroom" icon
Select your teacher's Google Classroom for announcements and submit classwork. 

CCPS Communications Grab -N- Go.pdf

E. J. Swint K-2 Extended Learning Beyond the Classroom

E. J. Swint 3-5 Extended Learning Beyond the Classroom

GGR at Home - myON digital books.pdf

GGR at Home – Free Learning Resources.pdf

Georgia Public Broadcasting-Georgia Home Classroom

Georgia Public Broadcasting K-5 Digital Learning Resources




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"It's a Jungle out there!"

Get ready to be tangled in a jungle reading adventure you will be sure to love.

Where: Media Center

Date: TBD

2020 E. J. Swint Book Fair

E. J. Swint Interactive Book Flyer 2020



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Check out the additional resources from our Media Center

Clayton READS Resources.pdf





Read Across America Night

On March 5, 2020  many students, parents, and teachers attended our Rock & Read Night.
The students and parents enjoyed musical activities with Mr. Howell, GMAS sight word Bingo, readings by Mrs. Sanchez and the Jr. Beta Club Members, received a free book of his/her choice, and engaged in a host of other integrating literacy activities. 
We hope to see you next year for another fun & exciting Rock & Read Night.

Rock & Read Night Photo Gallery



E. J. Swint Census 2020
Please use the link below to see the exciting 2020 Census Photo Gallery "Your vote counts"

2020 Census Photo Gallery

Census Activities for kids

https://www.census.gov/dmd/www/pdf/k4ch2.pdf

https://www.census.gov/schools/facts/

https://countallkids.org/what-is-the-census/









Read Across America 2020
Dr. Ebony Lee, Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Clayton County Public Schools


Thank you to all of our wonderful district leaders that joined us for Read Across America Day where students enjoyed books celebrating diversity, inclusion, reading, and the arts.






Black History 2020


Black History Program & Wax Museum 2020 Photo Gallery



Thank you for joining us on February 20, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. for our 
Black History Program 
& Wax Museum

https://www.history.com/topics/black-history

https://www.biography.com/tag/black-history

https://www.africanamericanhistorymonth.gov/




Bus of the Month 

Bus of the Month





2019-2020 E. J. Swint Science Fair Winners

Congratulations to our 2019-2020 Science Fair Winners, Eric Jimenez-Mares (4th Grade/Ms. Rogers), Sonia Hernandez (5th Grade/Mr. Clay), Ja'nae Thomas (4th Grade/Mr. Carwell) & Ameir Matthews (5th Grade/Mrs. Gibson)

These students competed in the Clayton County Regional Fair on February 8, 2020







2019-2020 Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl

We are extremely proud of our soaring Eagles for placing 4th at Clayton County's Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl on Saturday, January 25th at Kendrick Middle School. 

Reading Coach: Mrs. Wade
Members: Pilar English, Juliayanna Sweeper, Joshua Clark, Andre Osagie, Dede Ayivi-Houedo, Ma'Lana Jefferson, Alexis Osagie, A'Kyla Foster, Saniya Corbie, and Noah Gorden






2019 Spelling Bee Winner

The 2019 Spelling Bee Winner
Layla Alexander
5th Grade
Ms. Garmon








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It is imperative that students arrive to school each day on time. We begin instruction at 7:20 and as students enter the classrooms they are required to complete reading assignments to improve their lexile scores. 
When your child is late, they lose valuable instructional time that they need to master assessments throughout the year. Please read with your child each day and ask them to discuss their lexile scores with you and set goals for improvement. 

https://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Assessment/Pages/Lexile-Framework.aspx

Find a book based on lexile score

https://fab.lexile.com/fab/ga/

Lexile Framework for Reading Map

 

 

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GMAS End of Grade Study/Resource Guide

Lumos Learning GMAS Practice Test Questions


 

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Parents, please complete the Georgia Parent School Climate Survey
   
2019-2020 Georgia Parent School Climate Survey






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Parents,the link below is our suggested supply list for the 2019 ~ 2020 school year. Your child’s teacher may ask for additional supplies at the beginning of the year.

In order to save you time and money, do not purchase items that are not on the list. All materials need to be replenished throughout the year as needed. 

Parents, please refrain from purchasing rolling book bags. Uniform Colors: Polo Shirts ~ Gold, Navy Blue, and White & Bottoms ~ Khaki, Navy Blue, and Black Swint Supply List 2019-2020.pdf Image result for title 1
Title I Parent Right to Know 2019-2020 2019-2020 Parents Right to Know.docx 2019-2020 Parents Right to Know (Spanish).docx

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

E. J. Swint School Grades Reports







School Improvement

Please select the document below for the 2019-2020 E. J. Swint Elementary
Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

E. J. Swint Elementary School CSIP 2019-2020.pdf

Recent News

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March 16, 2020     Book  Fair Begins

March 18, 2020     School Council Meeting

March 19, 2020     Sock Hop 2:45-4:00 p.m.

March 26, 2020    Math & Science Night 5:30-7:00 p.m.

April 3, 2020     National School Librarian Day

April 6-10, 2020     Spring Break

April 29, 2020        GMAS begins

May 4-8, 2020       Teacher Appreciation Week

May 21, 2020     Last Day of School
    

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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