McKendree Elementary School

Expecting Excellence, Making a Difference

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  • Title I Parent Workshop

    Below, you will find the link to access the meeting's recording.  You will also find survey links and resources that you will need to access during the meeting. 

    Zoom Recording:

    Parent Workshop Recording Attached Here 

    Sign-in at start of meeting:  

    https://forms.gle/ZjRm6MRer3ffr5nj6

     

    Agenda of Topics to be Covered: 

    Agenda– English Version Attached

    Agenda– Spanish Version Attached

     

    Reference Material: 

    Plan/Promise – English Version attached

    Plan/Promise – Spanish Version attached

    Powerpoint Presentation from meeting - attached

     

    End of Meeting Survey:

    https://forms.gle/nuMXKKyLnufuAvA49

     

    Thank you for taking the time to engage in conversations related to supporting our McKendree family.

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

    Parents,  

    Each state is required to conduct a parent survey to measure parent/family perceptions. This helps the state determine parent’ perception of the success of parent engagement between home and local schools. Information is gathered as a component of the state's performance plan and data collected is reported as a percentage of parental involvement in the annual performance report for each district.  

    The survey is available for all families of students with disabilities in all Georgia public schools. The survey is available in both English and Spanish.  

    Please use the link below to access the survey between February 5-May 21, 2021. 

    https://survey.gadoe.org/SPEDParentSurvey/Pages/ParentSurvey.aspx

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  • Book Fair Image

    The Online Book Fair has officially started! Start shopping with the link below:

    McKendree Book Fair Online Store

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  • Did you know learning begins at Birth? Build your toolkit to become your child's first and best teacher

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  • Withdrawing your child

     
    We wish your child the best during the transition to a new school.  Our school system has an easy-to-use, secure online withdrawal process that will allow you to complete the form required for withdrawing your child.  Once you complete and submit the online withdrawal form, you will be contacted by a school representative to verify your ID and to provide you with any additional information necessary to complete the withdrawal if needed for your child.
     
    In order to complete the form and submit it, you will need to do the following steps:

    CLICK HERE to watch a video on how to submit this form. 
    OR Follow these steps: 
    · Click on the link below and download the form to your device
    • Right-click, "Save Link As" to download the form
    • Use the browser's Downloads button/menu option to open the file, which uses the system-default PDF viewer instead of opening it within the browser
    • If Adobe Reader does not open, try installing/updating it, then restart your browser and repeat this process
    · Open the downloaded form with an Adobe application
    · Fill out the form
    · Click on the submit button at the bottom of the form
    · Choose 'webmail' and log in with a gmail or other web based account. 
    · This will prompt you to log in to your email and it will open your email account with a drafted email. 
    · Click send on the email. 
     
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Mission and Vision

  • McKendree Motto

    “Expecting Excellence, Making a Difference” 

    McKendree Vision

         McKendree Elementary School will become a challenging environment that motivates students to become responsible, productive citizens and lifelong learners. 

    McKendree Mission

         The mission of McKendree Elementary School is to be a school that prepares students to accept the challenges of a changing world by arming them with the skills of problem-solving, critical thinking, academic knowledge, and the citizenship attributes of empathy and social conscience that will enable them to become competitive and cooperative citizens. 

    McKendree Beliefs 

    • We believe in the intrinsic value and dignity of all people. 

    • We believe in creating a climate that promotes responsibility, self-discipline, citizenship, and motivation in our students. 

    • We believe in the partnership of the home, school and community in educating the whole child. 

    • We believe in developing high but achievable goals for each child. 

    • We believe in establishing high standards of learning and performance for all students. 

  • Principal Tyese Scott
    Tyese Scott

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