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Please vote for our Hornsby School Garden.
You may vote once daily until April 27, 2015.
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and enter zip code 30901.
Thank you for your support.
Mrs. Dixon's first grade class hosted the grand opening of their new store on February 6, 2015.
Mrs. Dixon and 1st grade students.JPG
Students in grades Prek - 2nd grade attended the event. First grade students worked as cashiers,
security officers, inventory clerks, assistant managers, researchers, and greeters.
On February 26, 2015, 21 students were the first inductees to the
Walter Spurgeon Hornsby National Elementary Honor Society and the
National Junior Honor Society.
Registration Flyer 2015 (1).pdf
Mrs. Shahada Whitaker, Parent Facilitator
Parent Resource Center
Hours: 9:17 am to 3:57 pm
“It takes a village to raise a child, whatever it takes is worth it.”
The Accelerated Reader Bike Give Away incentive was held in December. Our local business partners provided bicycles, helmets, and locks for ten students who met their reading goals. Congratulations!
W. S Hornsby K-8 School is applying for a grant that will allow us to increase food production in our garden.The food grown goes directly to our students and our community soup kitichen. Funds for the grant will be used to educate students about the science of food production. Your votes are needed to help us win. Votes should be cast daily between April 9 - April 27, 2015. Voting ends at midnight April 27, 2015. Go to www.seedsofchangegrant.com
. Use the zip code search:30901
W.S. Hornsby K-8 held an Open House on October 9, 2014. The event was hosted by the six companies located on Columbia Nitrogen Drive. Company representatives were available to answer questions distribute handouts and gifts. A tour of the companies was provided to the 8th grade students and communtiy tours were also provided.
Politics is the business of democracy. Congressman John Barrow visited with Ms Gunter's 3rd grade class and Ms Robinson's 2nd grade class on Tuesday, August 26, 2014.Congressman Barrow discussed his duties and responsiblities as a Congressman. He challenged the students to be a Barrow Bookworm by reading 20 books by December 25. Congressman Barrow donated books to the Media Center from the Library of Congress.
Teacher of the Year
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Complaint Procedures under the No Child Left Behind Act
Priority School letter.pdf
"Right to Know" & "Priority School Status" Letter
Richmond County Flexible Learning Program FY2012
Richmond County Flexible Learning Program FY2012 webpage.docx