SC Back to School News
All parents and/or guardians, please review the newsletter for the upcoming school year for very important information. 
E. J. Swint Welcome Newsletter for 2020-2021 School Year.docx
E. J. Swint Elementary 2020-2021 Supply List.pdf

How to Have a Successful Open House - Dos and Don'ts
Welcome back Students & Parents!
Please join us on Monday, August 3 from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. for Virtual Open House

Directions: First, please select the links on the bottom for a special welcome from Mrs. Cainion & Admin. Team 
Then select the "Virtual Open House" tab on the Homepage.
Once on the Virtual Open House page select your child's grade level to view the Virtual Open House Video.
Lastly, join your child's grade-level for a Live Questions and Answers session on Monday, August 3 from
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Principal's Open House Message
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CCPS Open House Translations

9 Types of Survey + [Template & Question Examples]
Soaring Eagles Parents and/or Guardians, please complete the parent survey as it pertains to the upcoming school year. 

Parent Survey 2020-2021

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Meal Service Delivery at Bus stops
Please view the bus stops information for meal service using the document below
E. J. Swint Bus Stops Lists


Pack A Healthy Lunch Your Kids Will Love! - Napa Local Food

The Georgia Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS) is partnering with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to provide food benefits to families with children who receive free and reduced lunch. The Family First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 allows the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) to facilitate the distribution of Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program (P-EBT). 

Starting in July 2020, both DFCS and DOE, under the recently approved P-EBT plan, will issue funds to eligible families to offset additional food costs caused by the pandemic. The temporary funding includes a one-time allotment of $265.50 per eligible child and is intended to prevent food insecurity for families across Georgia.
Please view the documents for more information

P-EBT Infographic.pdf P-EBT Information.pdf

2020-2021 School Registration

Welcome to E. J. Swint!
Home of the Eagles!
Please use the link below to register for the 2020-2021 School Year
CCPS 2020-2021 Online Registration

Need more help or have questions? Use the email links below for email assistance of your choice. After the link is selected, you will be automatically prompted to enter your questions using your email provider. 

Online Registration Support Requests Email
Student Withdrawal Request Email
Traditional School Transfer Requests Email
Student Registration Inquiries Email

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2020-2021 Calendar - Unified and ELBC Adopted.pdf


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Check out the additional resources from our Media Center

Clayton READS Resources.pdf

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


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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

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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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