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February 23rd : Intent form for all KK-4th grade students will go home in backpacks. Parents need to indicate if they will return to REES or attend another school.

March 22nd : Kindergarten Roundup 4-5:30 in cafeteria for new kindergarteners

March 28th : 8AM-4PM Early registration for new kindergarteners

March 29th : 8AM-7PM Early registration for new kindergarteners

Parents must have all required paperwork to enroll:

  • Form 3231 (immunizations on a GA form must be current)
  • Form 3300 Eye, Ear, Dental and Nutrition (must have dental checked)
  • Certified copy of a birth certificate (hospital copy not accepted)
  • Copy of Social Security Card (may sign waiver to exempt)
  • Two copies of proof of residency (lease, utility bill, bank statement etc)
  • Picture ID of parent enrolling student

Kindergarten Roundup

Thursday, March 22 from 4-5:30pm

Kindergarten Roundup is an orientation for rising Kindergarteners and their parents. The Roundup will begin with an informational meeting in the cafeteria. Students will be able to tour River Eves with their parents, board a school bus, and both students and their parents will learn about bus safety. The students will also enjoy a snack in the cafeteria. This event is a great introduction to River Eves for future kindergarteners and their families!

Author Patrice McLaurin Visited
River Eves Elementary!
Students were excited to have author Patrice McLaurin visit River Eves Elementary.
She spoke about her book and how winning a writing contest in the 4th grade inspired her
to become an author. Her book, Have You Thanked an Inventor Today?,
was selected by Microsoft as one of their "Books to Inspire STEM." 
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March Book Madness
March Book Madness is on again this year and the theme is Compelling Characters.
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Excellence & Achievements
We have two recent announcements to demonstrate our school is excelling and achieving.
Last week the Georgia Department of Education released a measurement called the “Beat The Odds” index. This analysis measures schools against those with similar backgrounds to see whether they performed better than statistically expected on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI). The CCRPI is Georgia’s statewide accountability system that measures schools and school districts on a 100-point scale based on multiple indicators of performance. 

Our school fell into the “Did Beat The Odds” category. What this means is that our school was measured against others that have similar backgrounds (size, grade level, student demographics and student mobility), and by comparison, our CCRPI was higher than those schools. 
This week the Georgia Department of Education announced River Eves as a 2016-17 Rewards School in the “Highest Performance” category.  Reward Schools are Title I schools that are succeeding in their efforts to educate students from varying socioeconomic backgrounds.  
The Highest Performance distinction recognizes River Eves as among the top 5% schools in the state for the highest absolute performance over three years for the “All Students” group on state assessments.
The entire school community is proud of these recent accomplishments and will continue to provide an excellent education for all students.
Climate Star Rating
River Eves​ has received above average from the state for its school climate. River Eves Elementary Received a 4 star climate rating. The following message about Climate Star Ratings comes from the Georgia Department of Education:

School climate refers to the quality and character of school life – the "culture" of a school. A sustainable, positive school climate fosters youth development and student learning, which are essential elements for academic success, career-skill improvement and overall quality of life. The School Climate Star Rating helps determine whether a school is on the right path to school improvement.

"Research has shown us that school climate has a strong impact on student achievement," State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. "The data used to develop the 2014 Star Ratings proves this once again. If your school has a positive climate, it's giving students the environment they need to learn. You'll likely see high achievement there – or a school that's on the right track toward high achievement."  

Each school in Georgia received a 1-5 star ratings, with five stars representing an excellent school climate, and one star representing a school climate most in need of improvement. School Climate Star Ratings are an informational tool for schools, administrators, and parents; they do not affect the school's College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) score.

Interpretations of the star ratings are below; this information can also be found in the School Climate Law.

'5-star' schools ranked excellent according to the school climate index;
'4-star' schools ranked above average according to the school climate index;
'3-star' schools ranked average according to the school climate index;
'2-star' schools ranked below satisfactory according to the school climate index, or
'1-star' schools ranked unsatisfactory according to the school climate index.

School Climate Star Ratings are required by law; they also serve as a companion to the Department of Early Care and Learning's Quality Rated program, which includes an assessment of the learning environment.

 "Students cannot learn in environments that do not support them," Superintendent Woods said. "Georgia is committed to measuring the quality of its learning climates, and this aligned approach helps us assess that quality from preschool all the way through 12th grade."
Spelling Bee Winners
River Eves Spelling Bee winner Ella Anwar
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4th and 5th grade Homeroom Spelling Bee winners
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River Eves was among the finalists for the 2016 STEM Education
Awards awarded by the TAG Education Collaborative.






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​Neil Pinnock, Principal

Michael Vorick, Assistant Principal




9000 Eves Road, Roswell, GA 30076, Phone: 470-254-4550, Fax: 470-254-4557
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