Welcome to Chalker Elementary
To spark wonder, dream dreams and become more than ever imagined
Sharon Arduino - Principal
Annette Bishop - Assistant Principal
Mrs. Arduino would
like your feedback
teaching and learning looks like.
Please take the
following two question survey.
Be very specific
when listing your ideas.
strategies, programs or behaviors you
would see in a
classroom if excellent teaching and
Thank you for
Click below to view the CCSD Continuous
District Direction for Continuous
We are excited to have the Chalker School
Council Members in place .
Thank you to everyone that expressed an
interested in serving on the
School Council. The following is a list of
2014 – 2015 Chalker School Council Members
McElroy, Parent/ Business Person
Eljiche, Parent / Business Person
Spinos, Business Partner
||Mrs. Linda Bryant, our wonderful
custodian, was voted Chalker's Classified Employee of
the Year for 2014-15.
Registering a New
Students at Chalker
Registration is handled between 8:30am and
12:00pm each day.
For your convenience, you may make an appointment to register
your child. If you arrive after 12:00 pm, we will be glad to
give you a registration packet to take home with you.
Class placement will depend on the information that the
enrolling adult provides and information from the previous
school. Once all the pertinent information is received, we
can place your child in a classroom.
Thank you for your help with the registration process.
2014-15 School Choice
The Cobb County School District is again offering School
Choice (HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the 2014-2015 school
year. Applications will be available beginning February 10,
2014. For more information, please see our
2014-15 School Choice
This is Our Wonder Board which goes with
the Chalker School Vision of SPARK WONDER, DREAM DREAMS
AND BECOME MORE THAN EVER IMAGINED. Students
write an I wonder question. Other students take those
questions home, research and write the answer and then share
the information on the morning news. Come and check out
the great questions and the even greater answers, the board is
right outside the cafeteria!
Licenced Clinic Substitutes needed, $18.40 hourly rate.
Apply online at www.cobbk12.org
Students' birthday celebrations
Thank you for taking the time to
review the following school policy which can be found in the
Chalker Parent / Student Handbook.
For children’s birthdays, treats may be brought during lunch
time only, for the teacher to distribute to the students. We are
promoting a more health conscience approach to birthday treats
and ask that you consider bringing mini cupcakes or something
more nutritious. Please do not bring party favors, balloons,
etc. to the classrooms as this can interrupt valuable
Please coordinate all birthday treats beforehand ( 2 days ahead
of time) with the classroom teacher so we can address any
We appreciate your support of this policy as we want to work
with you so that all students can participate in these special
Support Chalker..... join PTA, please click on the link
above to join PTA, find info about the PTA officers, Chalker
Chatter, fundraisers, food nights after school activities,
special events and much more.
Do you remember donating money and signing permission slips for Cobb County Performing Arts?
All the donations go to the county; they pay for 2nd and 5th grade field trips,
and then send the rest back to the school.
These programs were a huge hit with all the students, so please consider donating to this fund, click
here for more information and to download a
permission slip and the donation form.
Here are some of the upcoming Performing Arts programs. Some are sponsored by Chalker PTA and some are paid with Performing Arts donations.
3rd Grade (PA) - Holly Stephens: Laura Ingalls
K-5th Grade (PTA) - Laughing Matters Improv
2nd Grade (PA) - Ballet (Field Trip)
K and 1st Grade (PA) - Wendy Bennett: Sing!
4th Grade (PA) - Sherry Norfolk: Spine Tinglers
K-5th Grade (PA) - Atlanta Opera: "Stone Soup"
5th Grade (PTA) - GA Ensemble Theatre
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Did you know that State Child Protective Services has a
policy regarding lack of adequate supervision for children?
State Policy states
that children, ages 13 and above, can act as babysitters for
other children. Children, ages 9 – 12, can occasionally be
left unsupervised for brief periods of time. Children 8
years old and younger should never be left home alone.
Of course, a specific child’s immaturity and behavior
may necessitate adult supervision.