Baggett Elementary will be an extraordinary school where students excel in academics and behavior.
We will ensure that each student reaches his or her potential through continuous improvement as we partner with our parents and community.
SCHOOL HOURS: 8:15 AM - 2:45 PM
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Special Needs Scholarship:
Parents who are interested in transferring their child to a private school in Georgia may be able to take advantage of a Georgia Special Needs Scholarship. These scholarships provide funding that can be used to offset tuition costs at participating private schools in the state of Georgia. In order to be eligible to receive the scholarship, a student must be in attendance at an authorized private school for the Fall. There are no exceptions to this deadline. For more information on the Georgia Special Needs Scholarship and the application process, please visit the Georgia Department of Education's website.
Are you having technical problems?
Please complete this form if you are having technical problems, for example:
- The screen is damaged.
- The keyboard will not type, or keys are missing.
- The hinge is damaged.
- The Chromebook will not charge.
- The Chromebook will not log into eCLASS or Google classroom.
- The Chromebook will not connect to WIFI.
Our Tech Team will contact you as soon as possible.
5th Grade students and parents
It is almost time to celebrate your success as a Baggett 5th grader and begin the transition to being a 6th grader at Richards Middle School. In an effort to ease some nerves and help with the transition, information has been provided for your viewing. Below you will find a link to Richards Middle School’s Rising 6th Graders Page. On this page you will find:
· A Welcome Video from Principal Mark McCain
· A video presentation of "Life at RMS"
· Parent Informational PowerPoint
· Classes, Supplies, and Connections Information
· 6th Grade Handbook
· RMS Music department video presentation & Google Sign Up Link
Should you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ms. LaTasha Cook, or either one of Richard Middle School’s AMAZING 6th Grade Counselors, Rosemary Dixon or Michelle Gossard.
Middle School Summer Career Academy
When? June 1-4
Choose the morning session (8:00 - 11:00 a.m.), afternoon session (12:00 - 3:00 p.m.), or all day (8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.)
How much does it cost?
Each session is $75.00 or $150.00 for the entire day.
Some programs may require additional fees. See program descriptions below for more information.
When can I register?
Registration begins March 28, 2021 on MyPaymentsPlus.
- Criminal Investigations
- Culinary Arts
- Cybersecurity (PM only)
- Graphic Design
- Information Technology (AM only)
- Music Technology
- Veterinary Science
For more information, click here.
Four days in the spring—Jan. 26, March 2, March 16, and April 20—have been designated as Digital Learning Days (DLD).
On these school days, all students, both in-person and digital learners, will learn at home. Learning will be asynchronous, meaning that students will not have a scheduled log-in time or planned “Zoom” session.
Instead, they will complete assigned work at their own pace. Students who are unable to complete assignments on DLDs will be given the opportunity to complete assignments when they return to school.
Dear Parent/Guardian, As a means of improving results for children with disabilities, the Georgia Department of Education is required to survey parents of students receiving special education services.
The Parent Survey is Now: This is an opportunity for your voice to be heard. The feedback you share will help guide local schools’ efforts to improve Special Education services and results for children and families. The survey is available on-line and can be accessed on the Georgia Department of Education website. You may enter the following direct link into your browser - www.gadoe.org/parent-survey.
Building Babies' Brains
Did you know that a child’s brain is 80% developed at 4 years and 90% at 5 years? The first five years of life are critical to your child’s future. Your role as a teacher is one of the most important things you can do for your child. We are here to help! All you need to do is participate in simple activities like reading, singing, and talking with your child at an early age and often.
Looking for local resources for Early Learning? On this page, you will find everything you need from where to find childcare to texting services for tips on teaching your child and everything in between! Resources …
Online Presence: Don’t forget to follow us, share this information with families, and even link our website and social media pages to your school’s website (see below for the information).
Facebook: Building Babies’ Brains Gwinnett
GCPS to provide meals free of charge to students and to children 18 and younger
Last week, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) granted additional waiver extensions that allow school districts to offer meals at no charge through December 31 through the Seamless Summer Option (SSO). This extension, paired with guidance received from the Georgia Department of Education, will allow Gwinnett County Public Schools to offer meals at no charge at school sites to all students. These meals are provided at no cost to the individual through the federal School Nutrition Program.
Students Attending School In-Person
Those attending school in-person will receive meals free-of-charge during their school’s scheduled meal times.
Curbside Pick-up for Digital Learners
Digital learners may pick up meals through the curbside pick-up programs at each school, Monday through Friday, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Each day’s pick-up includes both breakfast and lunch. Families should check with their local school for specific curbside pick-up times and the location of the pick-up program. Individuals will not be allowed to enter the school to pick up or eat meals. (Click here for a list of the 132 schools offering curbside pick-up.)
Curbside Pick-up for Others 18 Years of Age or Younger:
As part of the Seamless Summer Option, curbside pick-up meals also will be available at no charge to anyone 18 years of age or younger, even to children who are not a GCPS student. Please check with your local school for curbside pick-up times and the location of the pick-up program. Individuals will not be allowed to enter the school to pick up or eat meals.
Gwinnett County Public Schools encourages families who are eligible for the Free & Reduced Meal Program to complete the annual application to ensure meal benefits continue when this waiver expires. The application is available on the GCPS website or at https://www.nlappscloud.com/.
School Counselor ContactFriends, Please fill out this form if you need to talk to Ms. Schlechte (Ms. S) or Ms. Powers-Kouassi (Ms. PK). We will contact your parents by 3:30 pm the next school day to schedule a time to talk. Make sure you put your FIRST and LAST NAME in the form so we know who to call.
las aplicaciones de almuerzo libre y reducida
Aplicacion para beneficio de comidas gratis y/o precio reducido. Por favor presione el enlace y llene la aplicacion para este nuevo año escolar 2020-2021.
Se llena una aplicacion por familia aunque los estudiantes esten en distintas escuelas del condado.
Free and Reduced Lunch Application
The online application for Free and Reduced Lunches is available and is the quickest and easiest way for families to get benefits. Click on the link to begin the application
The latest issue of Essentials, the district newsletter for families and staff, is available online. The issue also has been posted to the GCPS website and shared via social media.
In this issue, we focus on just a few of the ways that students, families, and GCPS employees have gone the extra mile, expressed their thanks in lovely ways, and shared with their neighbors and community during difficult times.
You’ll also find celebrations of three national award-winning staff members, and some important reminders about summer school, kindergarten registration, news from our School Nutrition Program, and more.
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The Georgia Milestones Assessment System (Georgia Milestones) is a comprehensive summative assessment program spanning grades 3 through high school. Georgia Milestones measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the state-adopted content standards in language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. Students in grades 3 through 8 will take an end-of-grade assessment in each content area, while high school students will take an end-of-course assessment for each of the eight courses designated by the State Board of Education.
Milestones Testing Calendar Click here
Georgia Milestones Survey |乔治亚州里程碑调查 | 조지아 마일스톤 설문 조사 | Encuesta de hitos de Georgia | Khảo sát về các mốc quan trọng của
GeorgiaFamilies of Digital Learning Students are invited to register their students for upcoming assessments, which will be administered at the school. Please review this information about Georgia Milestones Assessments, and how we use results, the registration process, and frequently asked questions. Click here to open the document.
디지털 학습 학생의 가족은 학교에서 시행 될 예정된 평가에 학생을 등록하도록 초대됩니다. 조지아 마일스톤 평가, 결과 사용 방법, 등록 프로세스 및 자주 묻는 질문에 대한이 정보를 검토하십시오. 문서를 열려면 여기를 클릭하십시오.
Se invita a las familias de estudiantes de aprendizaje digital a inscribir a sus estudiantes para las próximas evaluaciones, que se administrarán en la escuela. Revise esta información sobre las evaluaciones Georgia Milestones, y cómo usamos los resultados, el proceso de registro y las preguntas frecuentes. Haga clic aquí para abrir el documento.
Gia đình của Học sinh Học tập Kỹ thuật số được mời đăng ký cho học sinh của họ cho các bài đánh giá sắp tới, sẽ được thực hiện tại trường. Vui lòng xem lại thông tin này về Đánh giá Các mốc quan trọng của Georgia, và cách chúng tôi sử dụng kết quả, quy trình đăng ký và các câu hỏi thường gặp. Nhấn vào đây để mở tài liệu.
Inside the classroom at Baggett:
Ms. Tumlin's Class Experiment: Over the past couple of weeks, the Tumlin Herd has been learning about unbalanced and balanced forces. In order to better understand how forces work, we conducted the Egg Drop Challenge. We sought to see how we could balance the force of gravity on every day, grocery store-bought egg by creating containers that would protect our egg. Watch the video and see our results.
FORMS and LINKS
- Afternoon Transportation Change Form
- Digital Attendance Expectations
- Medical Forms
- Parent Portal
- Free & Reduced Lunch
- Residency Affidavit
- Kinship Caregiver Affidavit
- 2020-21 New Student Registration Guide
- 2020-21 New Student Registration Guide (Spanish)
- 2020-21 Required Documents
- Kindergarten Registration 2020
- Kindergarten School Meal and Sibling Info FY20-21
- New Student Registration
- GCPS Student Handbook
Principal, Mr. Mitch Green