Class of 2016
Congratulations Suzanne Cockrel
NWLC Professional Employee of the Year!
2016 Teacher of the Year
2016 Professional Employee of the Year
2016 - 2017 School Supply Lists
Kindergarten First Grade Second Grade
Third Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade
As part of our move towards
Personalized Learning, we will be teaching all our students how to use the
Internet safely, ethically, and responsibly. Visit Common Sense Media for tools
that you can use at home to further support these goals.
HOORAY! HOORAY! For PTA!
Mountain Park PTA is very active! For information on the events or how to get 'plugged in', contact your 2015-2016 PTA Co-Presidents, Elysa Greenwald firstname.lastname@example.org 770-601-2215 and/or Sabrina Howry email@example.com 678-360-0111
We look forward to getting to know you!
|Type to Learn|
We have purchased a new program Type to Learn 4. This program builds critical 21st Century skills for all keyboarding students in grades K-12. It is engaging and wraps keyboarding lessons into an intriguing world of adventure and information, complete with exciting new activities and typing games. Students can access this program in their classrooms and in our computer labs. You can also access this program at home. Please follow the directions on the attached form for uploading the software from Sunburst Digital. Students should have their username and password.
Download Type to Learn Instructions Here
Check out Dr. Edwards at the Fulton Professional
School Counselor Recognition with Governor Nathan Deal at the Capitol!!!! Mustang Pride!
Click here to read Mountain Park's Seed Fund Interest Form.
Questions About Illnesses?
Visit the Fulton County Student Health Services Website.
Click here to access Project Based Learning Parent Letters!
Waste-Free Wednesdays! If your child brings lunch from home, please pack reusable containers for food, refillable drink bottles, cloth napkins and reusable utensils. If your child buys lunch, encourage them to eat what they put on their tray. Recycling is available and volunteers will help teach students about waste-free lunches. To learn more, go to www.wastefreelunches.org.