McKendree Elementary School

Expecting Excellence, Making a Difference

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  • We will have early release on Wednesday 2/19 and Thursday 2/20. Dismissal will begin at 12:15. 


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  • Someone Special Dance
    Saturday, February 22
    6pm to 8pm

    Where: McKendree Elementary Gym
    $15.00 per couple (adult & child)
    $5.00 each additional person
    Click here to see the flyer for more information and to order tickets!
    We are in need of chaperones and volunteers to help.

    Don't forget about our iPad giveaway! Simply volunteer 10 hours by the end of this school year and be entered to win a brand new iPad
    Sign Up Here to volunteer!

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  • Tapestry 2020
    (Gwinnett County Public Schools Art Show)

    The following will exhibit student work March 5 – March 11:
     Archer, Collins Hill, Dacula, Lanier, Norcross, Parkview, and South clusters, along with Paul Duke

    Open Week 2 – Thursday, March 5 – 6:00pm – 7:30pm

    The building will be open Saturday, March 7 (7am – 4pm) and Sunday, March 8 (1pm – 6pm)

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  • Collins Hill Education Foundation Presents Denim & Diamonds Casino Night March 6th

    Join us for a fun, all adult evening to recognize, celebrate and support those that make a difference in our children’s lives daily, while raising funds for teacher grants and support for Collins Hill Cluster Schools!
    Click here for more details

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Mission and Vision

  • McKendree Motto

    “Expecting Excellence, Making a Difference” 

    McKendree Vision

         McKendree Elementary School will become a challenging environment that motivates students to become responsible, productive citizens and lifelong learners. 

    McKendree Mission

         The mission of McKendree Elementary School is to be a school that prepares students to accept the challenges of a changing world by arming them with the skills of problem-solving, critical thinking, academic knowledge, and the citizenship attributes of empathy and social conscience that will enable them to become competitive and cooperative citizens. 

    McKendree Beliefs 

    • We believe in the intrinsic value and dignity of all people. 

    • We believe in creating a climate that promotes responsibility, self-discipline, citizenship, and motivation in our students. 

    • We believe in the partnership of the home, school and community in educating the whole child. 

    • We believe in developing high but achievable goals for each child. 

    • We believe in establishing high standards of learning and performance for all students. 

  • Principal Tyese Scott
    Tyese Scott