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

News

  • Cyber Danger Workshops

    Discovery High School 
    All Discovery Cluster School Families Invited

    Wednesday, November 20
    6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Topics Include:

    • Social Media 
    • Dangerous Apps
    • Cyberbullying
    • Online Threats
    • Trending Drugs
    • Weapons
    • Dangerous Trends for Teens

     

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  • Sleep in Heavenly Peace 100 Bunk Bed Build

    The Sleep in Heavenly Peace 100 Bunk Bed Build was a HUGE SUCCESS! Thanks to 301 volunteers we made a total of 101 bunk beds. A total of 202 children off the Helping hands floors and into a bed! 160 of those beds went to the Tallahassee area for victims still facing the aftermath of last year's hurricane Micheal. The remaining 42 beds are going to students here at Baggett as well as our partnering school Lilburn!

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  • Play 2 Learn

    Parents, Do you, or someone you know, have a child who is 0-5 years old and not in Daycare/Preschool? If so, we have a wonderful new program just for you and your child! Our parent and child program is called Play 2 Learn! Classes which are held at Baggett are 90 minutes, 1 day a week (Tuesday-English OR Thursday-English, with Spanish support). Interested parents and students must attend an Orientation and register before we can enroll you in a class. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact us at 678-518-6682, stop by the Family Center during school hours, or email:
    Anjela_Bowers@gwinnett.k12.ga.us
    Maria_Reyero@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

    Information Flyer English | Spanish

    Registration English | Spanish

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  • Digital Learning Day Information:

    In the event that a school closure is necessary, the school district could opt to hold a Digital Learning Day rather than using an inclement weather make-up day as it is so early in the school year.  If the decision is made to hold a Digital Learning Day, that will be communicated and school and district processes for online learning will go into effect. For more information on Digital Learning Day click here.

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    Principal, Dr. Charlotte Sadler

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