MRS. GERRELLS' REMINDERS
Hello. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School with important information about distance learning. Students will be interacting with their teachers on a daily basis via zoom meetings. Students will be following their normal daily schedule. Teachers will send links for zoom meetings through their google classrooms. If you need to borrow a device from the school, you may come pick it up tomorrow, Wednesday, January 6 from 8:00- 11:00 and from 1:00- 4:00. This is also the time, you may pick up other needed supplies. Your child’s homeroom teacher will reach out to you today to see if you need to borrow a device and also to let you know if there are other supplies your child will need. On Wednesday during the designated pick up times, we will be allowing your child to come into the building to get the items they need to learn virtually. It will be very helpful if they bring their empty book bag to put their stuff in. Please make plans to park and walk your child to the front sidewalk. From the sidewalk they will be taken in the building with a staff escort. They will pick up all the needed items from their classroom (including a chromebook) and be brought back out to you at the sidewalk. If your child is borrowing a school device, you will need to sign the chrome book agreement when you pick up the device.
Parents and guardians, this is Stacie Gerrells, principal at Lumpkin County Elementary School. As you are aware from Dr. Brown’s previous all call, we will begin virtual classes for all students on January 7. Device and material pickup will occur on Wednesday from 8am to 11am and 1pm to 4pm. Tomorrow, your child’s homeroom teacher will reach out to you to determine if your student needs to borrow a device from the school. Please be patient with us as we finalize plans for device and materials pickup. We will do an all call tomorrow with very specific directions for you to follow for device and other material pick up.
If you have a student returning from virtual school, please keep your device and they will do virtual school with their new face to face teacher.
All students, including current virtual students, will begin second semester classes on Thursday, January 7.
Thank you for your patience as we finalize plans.
Good evening. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School. I hope you all had a great break and are ready to come back to school on Tuesday. As we prepare to return to school next week, please take all precautions and do not send your child to school if they have symptoms related to COVID 19. If you child has been exposed to someone who has tested positive or they are showing symptoms, please email me or call the school directly on Monday for guidance.
In addition, with the current rate of positive cases in our community, we are strongly encouraging all students to wear their masks as much as possible at school. We did a great job the first semester and want to do all that we can to continue to have a successful second semester. We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday. Thank you and have a great evening.
Good afternoon LCES families. This is your principal, Stacie Gerrells
I hope all of you are doing well and that you and your children were able to get some rest over the past few days. I also hope you did not have damage from the storm and were not without power for too long.
Since we missed a few days of school last week, we are making a few adjustments to our schedules.
Monday- Students are encouraged to wear boots because we are “Giving Drugs the Boot.”
Tuesday- Students are encouraged to wear red, white and blue for Election Day.
And on Friday we are dressing up as our favorite book character because we are “Closing the Book on Drugs.”
Enjoy the rest of your day. I look forward to seeing your children at school in the morning.
Good evening, LCES families. This is your principal, Stacie Gerrells, with a few reminders about the upcoming week.
First I want to thank all involved for making this year’s Old Fashion Day a huge success. Our students had a wonderful day. I would like to give an extra special thank you to our PFO for all of their hard work in preparing for the day.
On Monday the health department will be on campus to administer flu shots. Only those students that returned the signed yellow permission form will be receiving flu shots.
Also, on Monday the first nine weeks report cards will be sent home. Please review this report card with your child and contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions.
Next week, we will be having a different dress up theme each day to celebrate Red Ribbon Week. Please see our school’s web page or facebook page for each day’s theme.
I hope you have a wonderful week. As always thank you for your continued support and feel free to contact me with any questions.
Good evening LCES families. This is your principal Stacie Gerrells with a few reminders about the upcoming week.
First, I want to remind you that this Wednesday, October 14 is an early release day for parent conferences. Students will dismiss at 11:30. There will not be a DCD afterschool on campus on Wednesday.
I also want to remind you that on Friday, October 16 we will be celebrating a condensed version of Old Fashion Day. In order to allow for social distancing and to help keep our students safe during these activities, this day will only be for students. No parents will be allowed to join in our Old Fashion Day activities this year. We encourage your child to dress up for Old Fashion Day. Please remember the dress code must be followed and no toy weapons will be allowed. Thank you for your help with this. We are looking forward to a great day.
As always, feel free to reach out to me with any questions. Have a great evening.
Good afternoon. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School. I hope you all are enjoying your Fall Break. We are excited to see everyone back at school on Monday, September 28.
This Wednesday, September 30 we will have Fall picture retakes. If you would like your child’s picture retaken, please send a note to your child’s teachers. All students that were absent on the original picture day will have their picture taken.
Parents, We are so excited about our new communication tool, School Status. This has enabled parents and teachers to easily correspond through phone calls, texts and emails. I strongly encourage this communication as it helps your child be successful. However, I do ask that if you call, email or text your child's teacher, please give the teacher at least 24 hours to respond. Thank you for your help with this and please let me know if I can be of assistance in any way.
Parents of current virtual students only: Please be sure to complete the survey that was sent by Jennifer Moss regarding your plans for the next nine weeks by this Monday.
Thank you and have a wonderful weekend.
Good evening Lumpkin County Elementary families. This is your principal Stacie Gerrells. If you have not logged into Infinite Campus to check your child’s grades or update your contact information, please do so this week.
Also, we will be selling last year’s yearbooks and t-shirts at a discounted price this week. 2019- 2020 yearbooks will be sold for twenty dollars and t-shirts will be sold for ten dollars. We have limited quantities of both. If you would like to purchase a yearbook or t-shirt, please stop by the school front office this week.
I also want to remind you that Fall Break is September 21- 25. There will be no school the week of September 21- 25.
As always thank you for your continued support. We have had a great first month of school. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns by emailing me or calling the school. Have a wonderful evening.
Good morning LCES families. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School. This morning as crew members were working on a water leak behind our school, they inadvertently hit a gas line. Out of an abundance of caution, students were evacuated to the middle school football stadium. The fire department and city marshall came and shut the gas off. Once the fire department cleared the campus students were safely entered back into the building. We would like to thank all parties involved for their quick and efficient response as students were displaced for less than 15 minutes. Thank you to our students and staff for their patience. As always safety is our number one priority. Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions.
Hello. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary Schools. Parents, today you will be able to view your student’s first nine weeks progress report online via infinite campus. Recently, A letter was sent home with your student giving you an activation code for the parent portal of Infinite Campus. If you do not have access to your parent account in Infinite Campus, please contact the school for further instructions on how to gain access. Also, if you do not have access to the internet, please call the school to request a paper copy of your student's progress report. On our school webpage there are detailed instructions on how to view your child’s grades and attendance through the parent portal under the parent information link. As you are in the parent portal reviewing your child’s grade, please also take a moment to review your contact information and update it as needed. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions. Thank you and have a great evening.
Hello- This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School with a few reminders.
Parents- We had a wonderful first week of school. We were so excited to have our students back in the building with us. I am so proud of how well our students adapted to new routines and procedures. I can not thank you all enough for your patience as we continue to make improvements to make this year a safe and successful school year.
I know traffic was very congested the first few days. We are continuing to work on this as our number of car riders has tremendously increased this year. We do ask that if you need to buckle your child up in the afternoon, please pull out of the parent pick up line to do so. This will help keep our parent pick up moving smoothly and safely.
Please do not forget to send your child with a water bottle each day. I also strongly encourage your child to wear a mask while at school. Wearing a mask can help prevent your child from being quarantined if they are exposed to someone with a positive case of COVID 19. Please continue to talk with your child about your expectations of wearing his or her mask.
I sincerely appreciate all of your support as we continue to work together for the benefit of our students. Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns. Thank you and have a wonderful evening.
Good afternoon LCES Families. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School.. It was so great to see most of you at our open house on Thursday. We have missed our students and it was wonderful to have them walking our halls again. As you already know, the first day of school will be this Monday, August 10. Here are some important items that you need to know. All of these procedures have been put in place to keep our students and staff safe.
Please remember parent drop off will not begin until 7:30. Traffic will be congested in the morning. Please be patient with us these first few days. Traffic will improve as the week goes on.
Only kindergarten parents will be allowed to walk their students to class the first 2 days of school. If you have an older child and a kindergartener, you will only be allowed on the kindergarten hall, so please don’t walk your older child(ren) to class.
No outside food/ treats will be allowed unless the food is prepackaged and individually wrapped. This includes treats for birthdays. Students are welcome to bring a lunch from home.
Also, water fountains will be restricted. Water refill stations will be available for students to refill individual water bottles. Please make sure your child brings a refillable bottle with their name clearly marked on the bottle.
All students will report to their homeroom upon arriving t0 school. They will get their ID badge and then go to pick up their breakfast from their designated spot. We will have numerous adults in the hallways to help students get where they need to go.
Please make sure you talk to your child(ren) about how they will be getting home from school. All changes in transportation need to be made in writing
If you need to check your child out early, make sure you do so before 2:40 when we start moving students around to PPU and buses. We will not have a 3:05 dismissal this year where students can come to the front office to be picked up like we have had in the previous years. You will need to stay in your car and pick your student up through the line.
Thank you for your patience and support as we continue to keep your child’s safety as our number one priority. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the school at 706-864-3254. Thank you and we look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow.
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Good afternoon LCES families. This is Stacie Gerrells, principal of Lumpkin County Elementary School and I am so excited to welcome you all back to school.
I have a few important dates and reminders for you as we get ready for a fantastic school year.
First if your student is signed up for virtual learning, there will be a virtual orientation on August 6 at 11:30. A Zoom link will be emailed to you soon.
Open House for all other students will also be Thursday, August 6. If your child’s last name begins with A-M, your time for Open House will be from 8:00- 11:00 that morning. If your child’s last name begins with N-Z, your Open House will be from 1:00- 4:00 on the afternoon of the 6th. We ask that each child have only 2 adults with them in order to observe social distancing. Also to help with social distancing, we ask that if you need to discuss something in depth with your child’s teacher, please schedule a conference for a later time. The purpose of Open House is to meet the teacher, find out if there are any items that your child needs in addition to the supply list, and to get a parent pick up decal or sign up for the correct bus. Transportation tasks will occur in the media center. We encourage all visitors to wear a mask while in the building. You can expect your child’s homeroom teacher to contact you via phone or text on August 5.
We do have several very important changes for the upcoming year. Please remember these changes are in place for the safety of the students and adults in our building.
First, only kindergarten parents will be allowed to walk their students to class the first two days of school. Beginning with the third day of school, no parents will be allowed to walk students to class.
Next, students will not be allowed into the building until 7:30 each morning. If you arrive before 7:30 to drop your student off, your student will need to stay in the car with you until parent pick drop off begins at 7:30. The school doors will not be unlocked until 7:30 each morning.
Parent pick up will only occur through the parent pick up line this year. All parents going through the parent pick up line in the afternoon must have a parent pick up decal. We will not have a 3:05 dismissal this year where students can come to the front office to be picked up like we have had in the previous years. You will need to stay in your car and pick your student up through the line.
Also, water fountains will not be available. Water refill stations will be available for students to refill individual water bottles. Please make sure your child brings a refillable bottle with their name clearly marked on the bottle. Students are also encouraged to bring individual sanitizers from home.
Thank you for your patience and support as we continue to keep your child’s safety as our number one priority. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any questions at email@example.com or by calling the school at 706-864-3254. Thank you and God Bless.