Benefield Elementary School

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  • The mission of Benefield Elementary School is to build lasting relationships that enhance, empower, and engage each student emotionally and academically while providing them with the foundation for their future in a safe and supportive environment.

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  • Imagine Literacy Logon

    Click on the image to log in to Imagine Literacy. Please click this text to see Evidence-Based Applications you can use to accelerate the learning of your child.



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  • Imagine Math Log in Link Click on the image to log in to Imagine Math. Please click this text to see Evidence-Based Applications you can use to accelerate the learning of your child.



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  • Benefield Newsletter, February 22, 2021Newsletter

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  • Yearbooks

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    These are the days you want to remember forever. Purchase your yearbook before it is too late! The yearbooks are on sale now for $30 via
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  • How to use my eCLASS C&I Course Pages

    Want to learn about how your student eClass Resources  is  using eCLASS? Need a better understanding of the eCLASS tools that connect your student to the classroom? The eCLASS Cyber Resources page is the right place to start! Click on the image to the right to learn more about the topic.

    For even more eClass resources click here!

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  • GCPS Communiqué GCPS Communiqué

    Communiqué is changing to better meet the needs of our families. We'll be posting digital content in an online  magazine on a more regular basis. You can expect to see feature stories from our local schools, videos from around the district, photo galleries of school activities and events, calendar items, and Bulletin Board shorts. 


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  •  What is Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support Systems?

    Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support program

    Here at Benefield Elementary, PBIS is a proactive approach to our schools use to improve school safety and promote positive behavior. The focus of PBIS is prevention, not punishment. At its heart, PBIS calls on schools to teach students positive behavior strategies, just as they would teach about any other subject like reading or math. More information on our school-wide initiative will be sent at a later time.

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  • Things to Do At Home With Your Children


    Encourage your child's creative side

    Children can sometimes express themselves better through movement or artwork than they can in words. To encourage your child's artistic self-expression, provide a variety of materials for art projects. Give her a place to work where it's OK if she makes a mess. Expose her to creative works by others, too. You can visit an art museum's website, and watch virtual plays, concerts, and dance performances.




    No-nag strategies help your child keep track of responsibilities

    Nobody likes to be nagged. But kids need to be reminded of their responsibilities once in a while. Here are some no-nag solutions: Teach your child to write tasks on a to-do list in order of importance and cross them off as they are finished. You can also make a job chart that lists responsibilities when they should be done and by whom. Then you can just point to the chart. Or create a "daily reminder box" that family members can check.

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  • Annual Parent Involvement Survey for Georgia Families Raising a Student with a Disability

    Each state is required to conduct a parent survey to measure parent/family perceptions. This survey helps the state determine parents’ perception of the success of parent engagement between home and local schools. This survey is available in English and Spanish. Please complete the survey using the following link: 

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  • AKS at Home You are an important partner with your child’s teacher, whether your child is learning at home or at school. To help you support your student, GCPS is launching a new initiative called AKS at Home. With this project, families will learn ways to help their child practice skills they are learning in class as part of the district’s Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) curriculum.

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  • Principal Stevens

    Shonda Gipson Stevens
    Benefield Elementary School
    1221 Old Norcross Road
    Lawrenceville, GA 30046
    Hours: 8:20 am - 3:20 pm