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​“We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.”   

– Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune                            

 

 

IMPORTANT UPDATES​​

Greetings Bethune family,

This week’s school news is as follows:

  • November 10-14 is National School Psychology Awareness Week. Schools around the country will be participating in activities designed to engage students at all levels of development to meet challenges, build new skills, and become thriving members of a thriving school community. During School Psychology Awareness Week this year, Fulton County Schools psychologists will be hosting a number of events and distributing materials that reflect this year’s theme, “Strive. Grow. Thrive!” School psychologists will focus on engaging students to promote personal achievement, growth, and leadership, as well as a sense of connectedness and well-being.

  • This week our 3rd, 4th, & 5th graders will be participating in the Georgia Student Health Survey.

  • The book fair is this week in the media center.

  • Monday the 1st, 3rd & 5th grade students will be participating in the vision and hearing screening.

  • Tuesday is our monthly PTA meeting at 5:30pm.

  • Tuesday, November 11th at 6:00 p.m. Literacy Pajama Night. Plan to wear your favorite, warm pajamas and join us for a night of stories, games, and arts & crafts. The first 50 students will get a prize for coming and other prizes will be given throughout the night. The school-wide book fair will also stay open late for this event. 

  • Thursday, November 13th is Picture Retake Day.

  • Friday, November 14th Bethune will have is annual BETA Club Induction Ceremony at 5pm in the cafeteria.

Things to Remember:

  1. School hours are 7:40am to 2:20pm. Students are tardy if they are not in their classes by 7:40am.

  2. Breakfast time is from 7:10am to 7:35am. Please make sure your child is at school on time to receive a no cost breakfast each day.

  3. All visitors must report to the front office to check in per Fulton County Guidelines. Your cooperation is appreciated.

 

Have a fantastic week!!!


  

Thank you for all of your support to Bethune. If you have not done so, please join the Parent Teacher Association – PTA.

It’s time to put the P back in PTA. Join to help support and improve our school. Have a fantastic week.

 

Hello Bethune Family,

As you know, safety and security is one of our top priorities. To assist us with better understanding our district's perspective on safety and security, please click on the Fulton County Schools Door Entry link below to view Fulton School's Entry video. If you have trouble with the link below, paste http://youtu.be/pmpahG_5-xo directly into your browser. Thanks for being an amazing Bethune Family!

Visitors, please view the video in the link below regarding Fulton County Schools Door Entry

 Fulton County Schools Door Entry (internal and external audience – share with stakeholders at your discretion)

Beginning of the year reminders

  • With safety in mind, we will not accept transportations changes by phone or fax during the school day. Parents must provide written notification to the teacher. Send a note to school with your child. No exceptions.  change forms available below.

  • Car rider morning drop off is on the side of the building; car rider afternoon pickup is in the front of the building. Be sure to get your car rider number before the end of the day Friday. Students in this area will only be dismissed to parent in cars. Walkups are prohibited.

  • If your child is a Pre-K, Kindergarten, or 1st grade student riding the school bus home, please remember, if the student doesn’t have an older sibling riding the bus with them, an adult has to be present at the bus stop to receive the student. If an adult is not at the bus stop, the bus driver will not allow the student to get off the bus, and will bring the student back to school.

  • All students must be in their classroom after 7:10 and before 7:40 a.m. each day. The earliest a child can be dropped off at school is 7:10 a.m.

  • Complete an Affidavit of Residence for the new school year. This document is required for all Fulton County Students. Address verifications will take place throughout the year for all students. If your address is found to be false, you will be reported to all appropriate departments. No exceptions

Mode of Transportation Change

Please use this form to indicate any changes to your child’s transportation. Submit this form to your child’s teacher each time their mode of transportation changes. Thank You!

Mode of Transportation Change

                For school supply list and uniform information, please select here.

 

 

Cohort 2 School Governance Council

Bethune Elementary is making the transition to the Fulton County Charter System during the 2013-2014 school year as part of "Cohort 2." This year is considered a planning year. We have established the Bethune Elementary School Governance Council (SGC).

Click here for more information on our SGC and to view the new members of the SGC.

 

 

    


  

 

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Important District News and Announcements

 Building our Future: Strategic Plan 2017

 Website Focus Groups

FYI Exciting Happenings in FCSS "Fulton In Five"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Thank You Partners

 

 

 

                                        

 

 

 

                                                                                   

 

 

 

Catch The Wave To Excellence!

Important dates to remember 

 

 

WeatherBug Forecast 

 

Click on Our Books Above​​

 

 

Five Consecutive Years Making AYP

Fulton County School District 
 

Fulton County Schools Strategic Plan
Information and Website

This strategic plan is the roadmap for how
Fulton County Schools aims to improve student
achievement over the next five years. Three
goals serve as the district's measure for
long-term student success:

GRADUATION RATE
90% of Fulton students will graduate
on time.

COLLEGE READINESS
85% of Fulton's seniors will be eligible
for admission to a University System
of Georgia college or university.

CAREER READINESS
100% of Fulton's graduates will be
work-ready certified.

This plan will only work when all parts of the
community, staff, and stakeholders are aligned.
Our hope from this presentation is that you will
walk away understanding our key commitment
to children and how we plan to get there.

FCS Strategic Plan 2017 Overview 
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