Student Survey

Open House – Parent Feedback

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING OUR AWTREY OPEN HOUSES!

Please take a moment to complete a brief survey to provide feedback about your Open House experience.  We are looking forward to hearing things you enjoyed that were the most beneficial, and we also would appreciate hearing constructive feedback for us to consider changes.

SURVEY LINK: 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AMSOpenHouse

We value our partnership, and we are here to serve you.  Our focus together will always be student achievement!

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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Sweet Tomatoes – Spirit Night

Please join us at Sweet Tomatoes on August 25th for some great food and fellowship. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to support student achievement programs at Awtrey. PLEASE share a digital copy of the flyer with the cashier or print a hard copy so Awtrey is credited.

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7th & 8th Grade PE Students

ATTENTION 7TH & 8TH GRADE PE STUDENTS!  DRESSING OUT FOR PE CLASSES BEGINS TUESDAY, AUGUST 2ND.  PLEASE BE PREPARED FOR CLASS! Please remember that PE clothing must follow Awtrey dress code.

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Dress Code Information 2016-17

DRESS CODE

Students are expected to adhere to the Student Dress Code Policy of the Cobb County Board of Education (JCDB-R).  All students of the Cobb County School District are encouraged to observe a standard of grooming and dress consistent with the level of formality of the school situation.

  1. All students of the Cobb County School District shall be required to maintain the level of personal hygiene necessary to ensure a healthy school environment and to refrain from any mode of dress which proves to contribute to any disruption of school functions.
  2. Administrators and teachers shall enforce the dress code rule, and the principal or his designee shall be the final judge as to the appropriateness, neatness and cleanliness of the wearing apparel, or whether or not apparel is disruptive, distractive or in violation of the dress code.
  3. All students shall maintain an acceptable standard of dress. The minimum standard of dress for students shall be as follows:
  4. Shoes shall be worn. No slippers, flip flops, or athletic sandals.
    b. Midriffs shall be covered.
    c. Appropriate under-garments must be worn and may not be visible.
    d. Strapless garments and camisoles must be worn with a jacket.
    e. Tank-tops will not be permitted. Low-cut, revealing necklines are not appropriate.
    f. Shorts and skirts must be at or within 3 inches of the knee.
  5. Lounge/pajama pants may not be worn.
  6. Pants/jeans must be worn at the waist.
    i. 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.
    j. Clothing or ornamentation displaying or advertising substances illegal for minors is prohibited. Suggestive phrases, designs, markings, or profanities are also prohibited.
    k. Clothing or ornamentation advocating, promoting, or suggesting illegal activity is also prohibited.

 

  1. Proper dress is an important component for sustaining the formality of the school setting, and we solicit and appreciate your support and cooperation. Parents or students who have specific questions about a garment’s appropriateness should consult the local school administration before wearing the garment to school. Students who are improperly dressed will NOT be allowed to attend class, and assignment to ISS (In-School Suspension) will be the alternate learning environment. Students who demonstrate a pattern of wearing pants below the waist level will be required to wear a tucked-in shirt and belt. Violators of the dress code will be placed in isolation until proper clothing is obtained or for the remainder of the school day.

 

Administrative consequences for dress code violations (new start each semester): Offense 1 – warning; Offense 2 – 2 days of detention; Offense 3 – 3 days of ISS; Offense 4 – 5 days of ISS; Offense 5 – 1 day of OSS.

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Supply List 2016-17

6th Grade

  • One 2 inch notebook
  • One 1 inch binder for AH
  • Notebook paper
  • 3 ring pencil pouch
  • Glue sticks  (3-4)
  • Seven dividers
  • Pens (blue or black only)
  • Pencils
  • Expo Markers (Dry-erase)
  • Colored Markers and Colored Pencils
  • Hand pencil sharpener with cover
  • 3 Composition 100 page notebooks
  • Scotch tape
  • USB Drive
  • Office 365 Account (Free through Cobb County School District)
  • Calculator – Basic 4 Function

7th & 8th Grade Supply List

  • One 2 inch notebook and dividers for classes
  • Notebook paper
  • Pencils
  • Pens
  • Expo Markers
  •  Color Markers
  •  Highlighter
  • 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
  • Earbuds
  • Office 365 Account (Free through Cobb County School District)
  • Calculator
    • 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
  • Band-aids
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Markers
  • 3 Boxes of  Tissues
  • Clorox wipes
  • Colored Pencils
  • Construction Paper

CLC Wish List:

  • Tissues
  • Expo Markers
  • Pencils
  • 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:

  • Bandaids
  • Kleenex
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Sanitizing Wipes
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Volunteer Appreciation

We will be having our Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on Friday, May 20 at 8:30 in the CLC. Will you be able to attend? Fill out this quick survey to let us know you are coming.

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Looking for Some Summer Activities?

Are you looking for some summer activities to keep your children engaged and busy? Did you know our CLC is open four Wednesday’s in June? Starting on June 8th our CLC will be open to our students for summer activities. Find more information on our CLC website.

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6th Grade Boot Camp

Rising 6th Grade Boot Camp

Come join us on July 22 from 10am to noon for our Rising 6th Grade Boot Camp. 6th Grade Boot Camp is not just for students, but for parents as well. We will answer questions, go over everything you might need to know to start your middle schooler on the road to success. Students will tour the school, talk to students, practice opening lockers and build friendships with other rising 6th graders. This is our third year offering this, and students and parents always comment that it is the best way to get to know the school, expectations, get involved while meeting other students/parents.

Please register below.