Important Upcoming Dates
August 5: Open House 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
August 16: Curriculum Night for K, 2, 4 6-7:30 PM
August 17: Curriculum Night for 1, 3, 5 6-7:30 PM
November 7: Release Day (No school for students)
January 17: Release Day (No school for students)
Summer Registration Days
Tuesdays and Thursdays
8:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Fulton County Schools is making it easier for parents of new students to complete their child's registration for enrollment into a Fulton County School. Parents can access the easy-to-complete, online form here. This option allows parents to control the data supplied for their student's enrollment and provide for timely processing of the enrollment request. Parents can upload copies of the required supporting documents in .pdf, jpeg, and .tif formats. A list of required documents can be found here.
While this registration process will make it easier, parents will still need to bring their original documents to the school prior to the start of school. School personnel, must verify the authenticity of the documentation prior to enrollment being completed.
Summer Reading 2016!!!
Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Program: June 1 - August 1
Certificates to Media Center by: August 17
Summer Reading Ice Cream Party: August 19
Get out of the heat and cool off with a good book! AES MackinVia eBooks, Fulton County Summer Reading lists, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, and Get Georgia Reading Campaign provide a variety of ways to experience reading this summer.
eBooks: Free access through AES MackinVia on our AES Website > Students > Online Resources and myOn Reader partnering with the Get Georgia Reading Campaign at: https://myon.com/
Reading Ideas: Fulton County Summer Reading lists: access through the following link: http://www.fultonmeti.org/ Reading Programs and events: Atlanta-Fulton Public Libraries
Summer Reading Program: June 1 to August 1. Visit the AES Website at http://school.fultonschools.org/es/alpharetta for direct links to these options. Enjoy reading this summer!
See the Summer Reading Flyer for additional information.
"Chill out" with our Summer Reading Ice Cream Party!
Here is how it works:
- Sign up for the reading program at any Atlanta-Fulton Public Library (FREE!). Receive a Reading Record.
- Read 10 books and record the titles on the Reading Record. (Of course, you can read more!)Return the completed Reading Record to the public library before August 1 and receive a Certificate of Completion.
- Bring the Certificate of Completion to the Media Center by August 17th and you will be signed up for the Summer Reading Ice Cream Party!
- Friday, August 19 - attend the Summer Reading Ice Cream party in the Media Center and build your own sundae!!!
We want to see ALL AES students at the party! Enjoy your reading summer!
Supply Lists for 2016-2017 School Year
Volunteer Registration Process
As you know, with the advent of our new sign in system our volunteer registration process changed. You only need to complete the process every year. Our volunteer process is as follows:
1. Register at http://www.fcsvolunteers.org/
2. Complete the mandatory online training.
3. Complete the volunteer application.
4. Please allow 48 hours for your application to be processed before you visit a school to volunteer.
5. When you arrive at a school for your first volunteer assignment, please present your government identification (i.e. driver's license, state issued ID cards, Mexican consular cards, green cards, military ID) to verify your identity.
In the coming weeks, we will have MANY opportunities for volunteers. Please ensure the above process is complete 48 hours prior to your volunteer assignment, this includes all field day volunteers. Remember, the volunteer process must be completed, including scanning your license even if you are registered as a visitor.
Please call the school or the FCS volunteer office at 470-254-7159 if you have any questions with the process.
Fulton County Schools' charter system status officially began on July 1, 2012. As a charter system, the district is well positioned to drive system-wide gains in student achievement by unleashing the innovative energies of our local school leaders and their communities. Please take a moment to view this video and white paper to learn more about the exciting work that is happening through Fulton County's charter system status!
Click here to read Fulton County's "Frequently Asked Questions" information sheet.
AES Digital Citizenship Commitment
Alpharetta Elementary is committed to educating all students about Digital Citizenship to prepare them to become positive, knowledgeable, and responsible members of the online global community. Read our vision and commitment.
Alpharetta Elementary instructs all students in Digital Citizenship using Common Sense Media's lessons, videos, and activities. Click here to learn more about Common Sense Media, their Digital Citizenship curriculum and the criteria met to become a Digital Certified School.
Alpharetta Elementary is a Digital Citizanehip Certified School.