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  • Summer Reading List  2017 Suggested Summer Reading List

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    Open House, New Student Orientation & Pre-K Orientation

    Thursday, July 27, 2017

    6:00 PM – Mandatory Pre-K Orientation in the Media Center (No children, please)


    Friday, July 28, 2017

    Orientation - New families will receive important information about school policies

    • 4:00 PM – Mandatory Kindergarten Orientation (Child’s Classroom)
    • 5:00 PM - New Student Orientation (Media Center)
    • 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM – Open House - Drop-in and meet your child’s teacher. Class assignments will be available during this time.




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  • School Hours: 8:20 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.
    Please arrive by 8:00 a.m. for morning announcements.
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  • Springdale Unified Dress Code 2017-2018


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  • Academic Calendar 2017-20178

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  • Let’s Move! Active Schools is an initiative of First Lady Michelle Obama that aims to ensure 60 minutes of physical activity a day for students in kindergarten through the 12th grade. Of the 544 schools honored nationally as Let’s Move! Active Schools, 16 were from Bibb County –Alexander II Magnet, BruceElementary, Bernd Elementary, Heard Elementary, Ingram-Pye Elementary, Lane Elementary, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary, Porter Elementary, Skyview Elementary, Springdale Elementary, Taylor Elementary, Weaver Middle, Central High, Howard High, Rutland High, and Southwest High.  Powered by a national collaborative of leading health, education and private sector organizations, Let’s Move! Active Schools equips schools with the resources, programs, professional development and grants to increase physical education and physical activity opportunities for students, and to cultivate an Active School environment. To earn a Let’s Move! Active Schools National Award, a school must have met significant benchmarks in five areas: physical education; physical activity before and after school; physical activity during school; staff involvement; and family and community engagement.

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    Teacher of the Year


    Anne Oxford

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  • A Message from the Principal, Dr. Constance Winds


    Welcome to Springdale Elementary School! I am excited about becoming Springdale's new principal! I have worked in education for 27 years. I am dedicated to continuing the 3 E's at Springdale: Excellence, Engagement, and Enrichment.  I look forward to working with each of you as we build a future of excellence in our students.

     My commitment to Springdale Elementary is to maintain a safe, caring, and enriching environment for all of our students. The staff is committed to high expectations for all students. We will strive to help the students maximize their potential. Our children deserve more than an adequate education, they deserve an outstanding education! We will set our standards high and know that our students will succeed.

    I am pleased to be a member your school community and invite you to become an integral part of our school.  We need your help in making certain this year is a successful one.  It is important that each and every student and parent know that they are important to our school.  As parents, you know your child better than anyone else.  For this reason, we want you to help guide us in making decisions and educational goals for your child.  We share with you the responsibility for the instruction and guidance of your child.  We sincerely invite your involvement in maintaining a standard of excellence at Springdale Elementary.

    Thank you in advance for your cooperation and for sharing your children with us.



    Dr. Constance Winds

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  • Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s):

    At Springdale, we are very proud of our teachers. We feel they are ready for the coming school year and are prepared to help your child do their best in school. We are required by federal law, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), to let you know about your child’s teachers’ qualifications. It is your right to request the following information about your child’s teachers’ training and credentials:


    • Whether the teacher met the state requirements from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission for certification for the grade level and subject area which they teach;
    • Whether the teacher is teaching under an emergency or other temporary status through which Georgia qualifications or certification criteria have been waived;
    • What undergraduate or graduate degree(s) the teacher holds, including graduate certificates and additional degrees, and major(s) or area(s) of concentration; and
    • Whether your child is provided services by paraprofessionals, and if so, their qualifications.


    Please know that our staff is committed to helping your child reach his or her highest academic potential throughout their school career. That commitment includes making sure that all of our teachers and paraprofessionals are highly skilled and are providing quality instruction to your child.


    If you wish to request information concerning your child’s teachers’ qualifications, please contact your child’s principal.

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  • SummerFun    Are you looking for fun, educational

       opportunities for your child during the

       summer?  Click HERE to download a

       compilation of the programs featured

       at the recent Summer Academic Fair.

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