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
PARENT/GUARDIAN VERIFICATION FORM - FALL 2020
Gwinnett County Public Schools is currently asking all families to choose which option they prefer for each of their school-aged children by completing a questionnaire that was emailed to parents on June 29th.
This email was sent to the enrolling parent of the child(ren). If you are the enrolling parent of a GCPS student and did not receive the email with the link, please click this link to complete a Parent/Guardian Verification Form.
Once you have been verified, the link to the questionnaire will be sent to you.
Our school system has an easy-to-use, secure online registration system that will allow you to complete many of the forms required for registering your child. Typically, documents must be presented in person, but we are currently allowing certain documents to be submitted online.
Click on an image below to begin.
Titan News and Information
GCPS announces plans for Fall 2020
Gwinnett announces plan to open school with in-person instruction, along with an option for digital learning (K-12). Gwinnett County Public Schools is preparing to start the 2020-21 school year as planned on August 5.
Gwinnett County Public Schools considered this feedback and other relevant information available at the time. Leaders thoroughly studied combining in-person and digital learning. The many challenges related to this option make it one the school system cannot effectively manage with existing resources. Therefore, it was determined that the most prudent course of action is to open the school year with in-person instruction, along with an option for digital learning, for students in grades K-12.
For immediate planning purposes, the district will be asking all families to tell us which option they prefer for each of their children:
1) In-person instruction at their child’s school; or
2) Digital learning for their child at home.
Students will attend school based on the option chosen for all of first semester (through December). A change may be made after the first nine weeks, if it is needed to better serve the student.
On Monday, June 29, an email will be sent to the enrolling parent of every GCPS student. That parent will be asked to select one of the two options for each student in the home. Decisions must be made by July 10. Students in families who do not select an option by July 10 will be assigned to in-person instruction. Families will receive verification of their selection for each child.
Summer Learning Resources
Resources include a variety of engaging technology tools and hands-on activities for your child to complete alone or with your assistance. Click here to view the available resources. Parents who have questions or issues accessing these online resources can send an email to: ElementarySchoolSummerSchool@gcpsk12.org or MiddleSchoolSummerSchool@gcpsk12.org.
Here is just a sample. Click on the link.
Elementary School English Language Arts
No More, "I'm bored!" Reading & Writing Ideas for Summer 2020
Grade(s): Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade
Check out these reading and writing resources from GCPS that are geared to early Elementary students, grades K-5.
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.
Rising Richards MS 6th Grade Students
Interested in Chorus, Band, or Orchestra? Click below to view Richards Middle School video introductions.
Special Education Survey
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 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 or you may utilize the QR Code provided here.
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Principal, Mr. Mitch Green