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2018-2019 SCPS Teachers and Staff

GA Pre-K Week at SCPS

 

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October - Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 22 - 26: Red Ribbon Week & Homecoming Activities

October 26 - AR Celebration

October 26 - Picture Make-Up Day

 

 

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  Tardy Bell – 7:35 a.m.

  The faculty and staff at Sumter County Primary School are working diligently to protect instructional time. Therefore, students must be escorted by a parent to the front office when signing in after the tardy bell. We respectfully ask that parents do not walk their child(ren) to the cafeteria and classroom. Breakfast will be provided until 8:00 a.m. near the front office. If you would like to meet with the teacher, please make an appointment with the front office staff. Thank you for your help in this matter as we work together to protect teaching and learning.

 

 

 

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It's that time of the year where we acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In October, we are challenging all Sumter County Schools’ faculty, staff, students, parents, and community members to Post-A-Paw during our Post-A-Paw Challenge. All Paws can be purchased at each of the Sumter County Schools for a $1.00 donation which will go towards a local breast cancer organization. During the Post-A-Paw Challenge, we will have two nights of recognition.

    The school with the most donated paws will be recognized during the October 12th and November 2nd football games and receive a special surprise.

 Please send in money to your child’s homeroom teacher for the PAWS. If you would like for your PAW to represent someone, send a note with the money stating the name that you would like added to your PAW.

 Thank you for your continued support!!!!!

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Box Tops for Education

Please clip box tops and send them to school with your students or drop them in the collection box outside the front office! 
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 Super Panthers kicked off LITERACY with The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn puppet show featuring Dr. Smith as Mrs. Raccoon and Mr. G. as Chester.

 

 

     

 

 Parents please remember safety is our top priority at dismissal time! Please adhere to the following procedures for car rider pick up:  


* Please come through the car rider line and have white     car tag visible with the student name.
* Please stay in car.
* Students will be escorted out to cars by an adult.
* Please do not park and walk up to the cafeteria.

Thanks for your cooperation and help in keeping our Super Panthers safe at Sumter County Primary School!

 

 Bell Ringing School Hours Bell Ringing

     7:10 a.m. - Doors Open

7:35 a.m. - Tardy Bell Rings

2:30 p.m. - 2:35 p.m. - Bus Rider Dismissal

2:30 p.m. - Car Rider Dismissal

(Students must be picked up no later than 2:45.)

 

 

 Student Checkouts

Students may not be checked out from school after 1:45 p.m.

     

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School Events
10/22/2018
•  Red Ribbon Week & Homecoming Activities - “Proud to Be Drug Free!” Children wear as much red as possible to kick-off our week of activities!
10/23/2018
•  Red Ribbon Week & Homecoming Activities - “Super Panthers in Disguise!” Children can dress as their favorite character, celebrity, meme, or emoji!
10/24/2018
•  Firemen Read to Pre-K
•  Red Ribbon Week & Homecoming Activities - “Fight Against Drugs!” Children may wear camouflage to be ready to fight against drug use!
10/25/2018
•  Red Ribbon Week & Homecoming Activities - “Drugs Are Old School!” Children may wear clothes from any decade (50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, or 90’s) to show they are drug free.
10/26/2018
•  AR Celebration
•  Picture Make-Up Day
•  Red Ribbon Week & Homecoming Activities - “I’m a SUPER PANTHER, I’m Drug Free!” Children can wear PANTHER attire or have a Panther Blackout Day!
  
Accelerated Reader is in full swing at Sumter County Primary School. This is a program used to encourage and motivate students...
Pictured:  Kaylee McCoy, Dr. April Smith, and Katherine Catalan-Gomez

  
First grade students at Sumter County Primary School visited the Fire Safety House provided by the Americus Fire and Emergency...
Pictured:  First grade students, Americus Fire and Emergency staff, Principal Dr. April Smith, and Assistant Principal Mr. Mohan Gugulothu

  
Americus-Sumter High School Coach Larry Harold and football players visited Pre-K classes at Sumter County Primary School during...
Pictured: Jace Gilbert, Levi Harold, Allison Toms, Santana Sanders, Quevolia Wiiloughby, Demarquil Myers, Demetric Bridges, Spencer McDowell, K.J. Harvey, Sam Crumbley, D.K. Lamons, and Chase Jones

  
The Americus Fire Department joined Sumter County Primary School in celebration of Georgia Pre-K Week on Wednesday, October 3,...
Pictured:  Mrs. Krista Green and Ms. Nancy Hawkins’ Pre-K class

  
Sumter County Primary School Pre-K student, Ma'kayla Battle, enjoyed a visit from the Sumter County Sheriff Deputies. They inducted...
Pictured:  Ma’kayla Battle and Deputy Stephanie Floyd

  
Students at Sumter County Primary School (SCPS) worked together to raise $163.75 to help children with cancer. The money collected...
Pictured are Kindergarten teacher and organizer of the Coins4CURE drive at SCPS, AnsleighParks, and Lincoln Cosby, a Pre-K student in Mrs. Tara Rix’s class.

  
First grade super panther students in Mrs. Mandi Saratsiotis’ class recently enjoyed playing 0-99 during math time at Sumter...
Pictured: Zach Price, Sterling Hargrove, and Calvin Johnson

  
Pre-K at Sumter County Primary school is celebrating Georgia Pre-K week October 1 – 5 by inviting community helpers to...
Pictured:  Dr. Teresa Teasley showing Jeremiah Tyson how to listen to his heartbeat.

  
Students at Sumter County Primary School in Mrs. Mandi Saratiotis’s class performed a reader’s theatre, Old McDonald’s...
Pictured:  Ni’Eriah Wright, Kahleyce Hosley, Serenity Williams , Kornelius Barker, and Aiden Williams

  
First grade students in Mrs. Yvonne Iverson’s class at Sumter County Primary School have been measuring length using yarn....
Pictured: Kyleah Tullis and Jayden Sims

  
Sumter County Primary School recently held its September Super Panther Student of the Month Breakfast. Dr. April Smith recognized...

  
Mrs. Mary Ann Hammack’s first grade students at Sumter County Primary School are working together to create groups of ten...
Pictured from left to right are Jazmin Garcia, Katherine Catalan, and Jesse Carson, Jr.

  
Sumter County Primary School celebrated Grandparents’ Week September 10 – 14 with a luncheon for each grade and grandparents....
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In Ms. Kayla York and Mrs. Dawn Busbee's Pre-K class, the students enjoyed retelling two stories, 5 Little Monkeys Jumping on...
Pictured:  Jason Clerkley Jr., Makhi Walton, Gael Fuentez- Aparicio, Jalia Walton, Madisyn Barket, and Ms. Kayla York

  
Sumter County Primary School recently held Curriculum Night. An overview of what students are learning and ways parents can support...
Pictured:  Families and teachers in attendance at Curriculum Night

  
Students at Sumter County Primary School (SCPS) are excited for the new school year. SCPS is kicking off the school year with...
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First grade students at Sumter County Primary School in Mrs. Deidre Stephenson’s class are learning to count on and make...
Pictured: Cailyn Tatum, Quaderriah Stephens, Ms. Jaela Clemons, first grade paraprofessional, Jordan Williams, Jonathan Hooper, Ni’Lun Miller, and Brianna Vereen.

  
How it works! Shop as you normally would. Various food items, toiletry items, and cleaners all have the box tops logo. Clip...
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