Terri Slattery, Principal
Jamie Segear, Teaching and Learning Specialist
Welcome to 2017-18 school year! We are incredibly excited about this year at Sugarmill Elementary. This promises to be a year filled with golden opportunities for all of our students as we strive to create a productive partnership with you to ensure our children can achieve their highest potential. We embark on this journey with a pledge to you, our students and parents, that this will be a great year of engaging, meaningful, and rigorous learning in our classrooms. Click here to read more from Mrs. Slattery.
Please consider donation your time as a volunteer this year at SES.
Volunteers are essential to helping our school run smoothly. Help is needed
in the media center and in the classroom as well as for special events
throughout the year. All volunteers must attend a training session before
working in the school. Please join us at one of the dates below to learn
how you can become a volunteer.
Camden Leads State in Top Title I Reward Schools
The recently released Georgia Department of Education 2016-2017 list of Title I Reward Schools named seven Camden County Schools as either Title I Highest Performing Schools or High Progress Title I Schools. The Camden County School District earned more awards for Title I Highest Performing Schools than any other district in the state of Georgia. Of the eighty-two schools in the state to earn the title of Highest Performing School, five of the schools were from Camden County.
Crooked River Elementary School earned the title of Highest Performing School for the fifth year in a row and Matilda Harris Elementary School earned the title for the third consecutive year. Woodbine Elementary, David L. Rainer Elementary and Sugarmill Elementary were also designated by the Georgia Department of Education as Highest Performing Schools. St. Marys Middle School and Mary Lee Clark Elementary earned the honor of being named Title I High Progress Schools.
In response to the accomplishments of these schools, Dr. Will Hardin, Superintendent of Schools remarked, “This achievement is the epitome of continuous improvement. We are extremely proud of our school leadership and of the work of our teachers to attain this distinction.”
A Highest Performing School is among the five percent of the state’s Title I schools with the highest absolute performance over three years for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments.
A High Progress School is among the ten percent of the state’s Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years on the statewide assessments. A school may not be classified as either of these designations if it has been identified as a Priority, Focus, or Alert School.
Schools with a percentage of students eligible for free or reduced lunch at or above 40% are eligible for Title I schoolwide services and this honor. All twelve of Camden County Schools are successful, schoolwide Title I schools.
"Because of You" is a new feature on our Camden County Schools Facebook page and website. We will share ways that parents and community members are dedicating their time and talents to support our students and schools.
The 5th Grade Leadership Academy at SES had the honor of welcoming Mr. Tobey, a Vietnam War veteran and Purple Heart recipient. Mr. Tobey gave life to our curriculum and studies on the Vietnam War. The kids were fascinated and asked thought provoking questions. The proudest moment was when students raised their hands as if to ask a question and instead they said, 'Thank you for your service.' As Mrs. Hutchinson, fifth grade teacher, said "Today was more than just a nice review before our social studies EOG next week. It was about the students realizing the sacrifices that are made for the freedoms we cherish."
Welcome to the 2017-18 school year!
We are excited about the new approaching school year at SES.
We would like to provide you with some helpful information for the upcoming school year.
Hours of Operation for 2017 - 2018:
The school day begins at 8:30 a.m. Students will be allowed to enter the building starting at 7:50 (bus riders only) and 8:00 a.m. (car riders). Students desiring to eat breakfast should be in the cafeteria by 8:15 a.m. Students who are not in class by 8:30 will be considered tardy. School dismisses at 3:30 p.m.
The Extended Day Program will offer before school care from 6:30 – 8:30. Students may arrive on campus for EDP at 6:30 a.m. Breakfast will be provided.
Georgia Milestones Parent Q & A Brochure-Spanish
Study/Resource Guide for Students and Parents Grade 3
Study/Resource Guide for Students and Parents Grade 5
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Parent’s Guide to EOG Student Report
Parent’s Guide to EOG Student Report-Spanish
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