As our students move forward with their education, some decisions will need to be made as to what school is the best fit for them. Below you will find Magnet Program information and a link to the CCSD Magnet page.
Our school district is partnering with United Way to transport donations to hurricane victims. We are asking that everyone who can send in cases of bottled water to the front office or drop off at the car rider area before or after school. In addition, we have a list of needed items that can be collected as well to help those in need: Hurricane Relief Supplies.
Thank you for helping us support those in need!
Please support our Awtrey Band Fundraisers by clicking on this link Great American if you have a student in band to support, type their name. However, if you just want to support the band and have no student, you can skip that step and it will automatically link to the Awtrey fundraiser.
SIGN UP IS EASY!
~Log onto the following site:
We will have an informational meeting August 22nd, from 4:30-5:15 in Rm. D-4 for those interested. For more information run or jog your way to Mrs. Hazelip’s (A-2), Coach Smith’s (B-6), or Mrs. Bellack’s (D-4) room.
Girls Running Team
We run as a group and finish as friends!
Join us Tuesdays & Thursdays
Join the team and be confident, empowered, and proud
Run a 5K
AWTREY SOLAR ECLIPSE PLANS
We are looking forward to Monday, August 21, for our solar eclipse viewing plans. Below lists some details, and we welcome you to contact the school if you have any questions.
- Students received permission forms to receive parental permission to participate in the outdoor viewing plans. These forms need to be returned to fifth period teachers this week. Solar Eclipse Permission Form
- Students who don’t return signed permission forms will participate in an indoor, virtual viewing activity in our theater.
- We welcome parents to join us for these activities, and we request that any parent who would like to participate arrive to school by 1:30 p.m. Please first visit main office for visitor badge.
- We also request that any parent who will be checking their student out early pick up their student before 1:30 p.m.
- Students may have an excused absence for this day if they return a signed note from a parent.
- Students will be recorded as attending school for this day if they remain in school until 12:45 p.m.
- We have approved solar eclipse shades that our Student Council purchased from our scientific supplies vendor, and we have enough shades for our students, staff and a limited number of extra shades for parents.
- Students will review the safe wearing of these shades, during science classes this Friday, and they will also be engaged in an instructional activity to help prepare for the viewing. Science classes will also have the students engage in a reflection activity after the event.
- While we will distribute extra shades for those parents who are able to attend, we recommend that parents bring their own viewing shades or alternative viewing device to ensure everyone can enjoy this experience, remembering we only have a limited number of extra shades for parents.
- Students who are participating in the indoor, virtual viewing activity will be dismissed to the theater at 1:40 p.m.
- For outdoor viewing, 6th graders will be dismissed outside at 1:45, 7th graders will be dismissed outside at 1:50, and 8th grade will be dismissed outside at 1:55.
- Students outside will enjoy this experience until after the total eclipse and returning to the building by 2:55.
- Students will continue with 6th and 7th periods after dismissal from this extended 5th period class, and all students will be dismissed at 5:00 p.m.
- Students participating in the outdoor viewing activity are recommended to bring a hat, water bottle, towel/small blanket, and sun screen with parent approval.
- We will be offering a hat day on this special day for $1.00 for students to wear their hats all day in school, and these funds will be returned to our Student Council to support their sponsoring of our shades purchase. Hat day participation is not required, and students don’t need any extra money to participate in our viewing activities.
Thank you for your support of this special day for our students, and please contact the school if you have any questions or concerns.
AWTREY AC CLASSES PLACEMENT MATRIX
This matrix shares our guidelines for placing students within our available AC class sections. Please contact the school if you have any questions about this plan.
STUDENT DRESS CODE
Thank you for supporting our student dress code to help our students dress for success and maintain a focus on instructional priorities. Please contact the school if you have any question or concerns about these expectations.
All students shall maintain an acceptable standard of dress. The minimum standard of dress for students shall be as follows:
- Shoes shall be worn. No slippers, flip flops, or athletic sandals.
- Midriffs shall be covered.
- Appropriate under-garments must be worn and may not be visible.
- Strapless garments and camisoles must be worn with a jacket.
- Tank-tops will not be permitted. Low-cut, revealing necklines are not permitted.
- Shorts and skirts must be at or within 3 inches of the knee.
- Lounge/pajama pants may not be worn.
- Shirts worn with leggings/jeggings must be no shorter than fingertip length.
- Pants/jeans must be worn at the waist.
- Caps, hats, bandanas, and do rags are not to be worn in the school building during the school day unless there is a special activity during which they are deemed appropriate by the school administration.
- Clothing or ornamentation displaying or advertising substances illegal for minors is prohibited. Suggestive phrases, designs, markings, or profanities are also prohibited.
- Clothing or ornamentation advocating, promoting, or suggesting illegal activity is also prohibited.
Bring to Homeroom Teacher:
- Boxes of Kleenex tissue
- Hand sanitizer
- Disinfecting/Clorox wipes
- 1 roll of paper towel
- Ream of paper (any color or white)
- Expo Markers or Colored Pencils
For Academic Classes:
- Flashdrive required
- Large zippered pencil pouch
- Loose leaf notebook paper
- Mead 5-star 200 page spiral notebook with pockets for Social Studies.
- (3) 1″ binders for Language Arts, Math and Science
- 3 sets of 8 tab dividers for Language Arts, Math, and Science
- 1 roll of paper towel and 1 box of Zip Lock sandwich bags (Deliver to science teacher)
Following items should be placed into the pencil pouch**
- #2 pencils
- Colored pencils, thin markers, and crayons
- Hand-held pencil sharpener (not motorized)
- Black or blue pens
- Ruler with standard and metric measurements
- Two or more large glue sticks
- Dry erase markers
- Small pair of scissors
- 1 package of cap erasers
- Clear plastic cups (9 or 12 oz) & plastic spoons (Deliver to science teacher)
7th & 8th Grade Supply List
- One 2 inch notebook and dividers for classes
- Notebook paper
- Expo Markers
- Color Markers
- Color Pencils (12-pack)
- Composition Notebook- 2 for Language Arts
- One Subject Spiral Notebook for Science
- 3-Ring Binder (1 inch) and Dividers for Academic Habits
- Eraser/Eraser Caps
- Office 365 Account (Free through Cobb County School District)
- Will need Scientific Calculator for Eight Grade
- No Cellphones will be allowed to use as calculators
Teacher Wish List
- Index cards
- Paper towels
- Ream of colored paper
- Hand sanitizer
- 3 Boxes of Tissues
- Clorox wipes
- Colored Pencils
- Construction Paper
CLC Wish List
- Expo Markers
- Clorox Wipes
- Hand Sanitizer
- Lysol All Purpose Cleaner (lemon – it is the only thing to remove pencil marks on our tables without damage)
PE Wish List
- Hand Sanitizer
- Sanitizing Wipes
Please see the attached for more information.
Parent Session: Rescuing Hope
Date: Thursday, April 20
Time: 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Location: Awtrey Theater
Susan Norris, Founder and Executive Director of Rescuing Hope, Inc. will be presenting information about the fight against sex trafficking. This community challenge includes victims in middle school, and Susan will be providing updates about what’s happening in the Atlanta area and ways to help keep our children safe. She is the author of Rescuing Hope, and she will have copies of this book available for $15. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m.
For more information visit RescuingHope.com.