Baggett Elementary School

Building a Strong Foundation for Student Success

  • VISION
    Baggett Elementary will be an extraordinary school where students excel in academics and behavior.

    MISSION
    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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    Back to School 2020: School Nutrition Program  

    Starting August 12, Gwinnett County Public Schools’ (GCPS) award-winning school nutrition program, Café Gwinnett, will begin offering healthy and nutritious breakfast and lunch meals for curbside pick-up at a total of 132 schools. 


    Updates and information:Computer

    Click here to select your teacher and hear more about the school year. 
    Parent Technology Support Videos. Help with Chromebooks and eCLASS videos 

    Información actualizada:Suppot

    Presione aquí para seleccionar la maestra de su hijo(a) y asi poder escuchar información sobre el año escolar
    Pronto!! Ayuda para los padres de como usar la tecnologia. Ayuda con las computadoras y como accesar el eCLASS

  • Titan News and Information

  • School Counselor Contact
    Friends,
    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.
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  • Students who qualified for free and reduced school lunch last year will qualify for SNAP/EBT benefits.
    The application is only available until Sept. 25th.
     Click here to access application
    Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer | Division of Family & Children Services - Division of Family & Children Services | Georgia Department of Human Services
    The Families First Coronavirus Response Act includes a benefit called Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) for children who received free or reduced-price school meals in the 2019-2020 school year, but their school is was closed.

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  • 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.

    http://gwinnett.schoollunchapp.com/

    Free and Reduced Lunch Application

    Lunch

    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

    http://gwinnett.schoollunchapp.com/

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  • Gwinnett County Public Schools Updates Plan for Fall 2020

    Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is making plans for a safe return to the important work of teaching and learning for students and employees in school year 2020-21. Although the district had planned to begin with both in-person and digital instruction, the current COVID-19 situation required a change in those plans. On July 20, the school district announced it would return to school on August 12 with all students receiving digital instruction.

    GCPS leaders continue to study guidance from the Department of Public Health and the Georgia Department of Education in planning for the safest, most effective opening of school this fall. The district also has gathered input from our students, families, and employees of the district, as well as other community members.

    Please read the information below to learn more about Gwinnett’s return to learning. Details for the 2020-21 school year will continue to be shared here and in SchoolMessenger updates, including plans for a return to in-school instruction once that is possible. For specific questions regarding specific school back-to-school information, please contact your local school.

    Read more here 

    Revised School Calendar

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  • News

    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
    Reading
    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.

     

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  • News Baggett has a new principal

    Meet Mr. Mitch Green, Baggett's new principal. Click here for an introduction.

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  • News GCPS Essentials

    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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  • News Sign up today to receive school system news online  

    Sign up to receive Gwinnett County Public Schools e-newsletter... a quick, easy way to learn more about Georgia's largest school system. In this newsletter, you'll find stories on teaching and learning, school leadership and governance, and the partnerships that make Gwinnett County Public Schools successful. Click here to sign up for GCPS eNews or check out online registration on the GCPS home page at http://www.gcpsk12.org.

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  • Mr. Mitch Green

    Principal, Mr. Mitch Green

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