2901 Bay Berry Dr. SW
Marietta, GA 30008
Phone: 678-594-8143
Fax: 678-594-8145

Welcome to Hollydale Elementary

Professional Development School in Partnership with Kennesaw State University

Mission: Nurturing a Community of Learners
Vision: Empowering our Community to Thrive

 

News and Announcements

Please complete your child’s placement request for the 2018-2019 School Year by May 1st by using this link to a Google Form. Thanks! ~ Mrs. Ridgway

Por favor llene la solicitud de colocación de su niño para el año escolar de 2018 - 2019 a mas tardar el 1ro de mayo utilizando este enlace a un formulario de Google. ¡Gracias! ~ Señora Ridgway

Xin vui lòng hoàn thành yêu cầu vị trí của con bạn cho năm 2018 - 2019 năm học bằng 01 tháng năm bằng cách sử dụng liên kết này đến một hình thức của Google. Cảm ơn! ~ Bà Ridgway

https://goo.gl/forms/3URw0oM6wcMttCUF3

Substitutes Needed! If interested, please go to the following link: https://cobb.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=121


June Summer Camps and Sports Leagues
Click HERE for an overview
Click HERE for English
Click HERE for Spanish

Congratulations to all our Writing Fair winners!

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Summer Writing Camps

Every summer the Kennesaw Mountain Writing Project (KMWP), a National Writing Project site since 1994 located at Kennesaw State University, hosts the Youth Writing Academy (YWA).  The YWA is a series of camps where students from all school levels can practice the craft of writing in a supportive environment.  Camp leaders are National Writing Project fellows and certified Georgia teachers, well versed in the teaching of writing and its many genres.
The camps this summer will be held June 18 -22 from 9am to 1pm and separated by grade level.  The cost of the camp is $175 or $160 if students register by April 15.

         Young Authors Camp:  Elementary school (rising 3rd - 5th) Click HERE for more info.

Creative Writing Camp:  Middle and High school (grouped separately) Click HERE for more info.

Walton High School
STEM
Summer Camps
An offering of summer camps for elementary and middle school students
2018 Camp Dates
Science Camp, May 29-31
Puzzle Camp, June 4-7
Robotics Camp, June 11-14
Forensics Camp, June 25-28
Coding Camp, July 2, 3, and 5
Click HERE for more information!

 

Dear Parents/Guardians:

We are seeing several students in the clinic with flu, strep, and other viral illnesses.  I’m asking for your help to decrease the continued spread.  Please review the Cobb County School District Illness Guidelines.

GUIDELINES FOR ILLNESS OR INJURY

All children who show definite signs of illness or injury shall be sent home. Students awaiting parent’s arrival shall remain in the clinic if a contagious illness is suspected. Please make arrangements to have students picked up within 30 minutes-1 hour.  Unfortunately, we are not able to separate sick/well children.

Diarrhea-Watery stools that occur more than 2 times per school day.  The child may not return to school for 24 hours from the time of the last diarrhea stool.

If a child has one episode of diarrhea and if other symptoms are present (fever 99.5 or above, abdominal discomfort, lethargy, etc.), it will be necessary for the child to be sent home.

Vomiting: Students with two episodes or one episode and a temp of 99.5 or above will be sent home.  The child may not return to school until they are free of vomiting episodes for 24 hours from the last episode and without the use of medication.

Fever: .

The child may not return to school until free of fever for 24 hours without the use of Tylenol, Advil or Ibuprofen.

Common Infectious Illnesses and Skin Rashes:  These illnesses and rashes are spread very easily in a school setting. If we suspect your child may have one of these, you will be phoned to pick up your child.  You will receive instructions on what is required before your child can return to school. This is to prevent the transmission and spread of diseases.

Head Lice       Ringworm           Conjunctivitis         

Impetigo          Strep throat         Scarlet Fever           Hand Foot Mouth

Chicken Pox        

It is very important for a child to feel his/her best to enhance the learning process. Please help keep all of our children and staff at Hollydale Elementary healthy by following the guidelines.  Promote good hand washing skills and respiratory etiquette with your child.  Adequate rest and taking time to get well will get up back to health in no time flat!  .     

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/studentsupport/schoolhealth/

~ Nurse Monique

Title I Annual Cobb County School District State of the District Meeting on March 13, 2018.

You Are Invited to Save the Date for our annual Cobb County School District State of the District Meeting on March 13, 2018, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at South Cobb High School Distance Learning Lab with virtual locations to be announced soon.

The public, all parents, staff, and students are welcome to hear the latest updates from the CCSD Federal Programs as well as review and provide input into the district parent and family engagement policy and the Comprehensive LEA Improvement Plan for the 2018-2019 school year.

Any questions, please contact the Title I Department at 770-437-5933. Thank you for your attendance!

Aparten la fecha! Están invitados a nuestro Reunión Distrital Anual sobre el Estado del Distrito Escolar del Condado de Cobb el 13 de marzo del 2018, de 6:30pm a 8:00pm en la Escuela South Cobb High School en el Laboratorio de Aprendizaje a Distancia, con localidades virtuales que serán anunciadas próximamente.

El público en general, padres, empleados y estudiantes son bienvenidos a escuchar las últimas actualizaciones de los Programas Federales del Distrito Escolar del Condado de Cobb, así como revisar y aportar a la política de compromiso distrital de padres y familias, y el Plan de Mejoramiento Integral LEA para el año escolar 2018-2019. Cualquier pregunta, por favor contacte el Departamento de Título I al 770-437-5933. Gracias por su asistencia!

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2018 Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team
Congratulations on a job well done!

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Reflections Winners!
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Congratulations to all our Spelling Bee Participantsspellingbee

Nathan Gonzalez - Winner
Mariana Cabrera - Runner-Up
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 Health and Physical Education
Mark Anderson, Supervisor

(K-12) Physical Education Georgia Performance Standards Review
The Georgia Department of Education welcomes feedback from teachers, administrators, and parents regarding the review of the Physical Education Georgia Performance Standards (GPS). This survey feedback will be used to inform the development of Physical Education Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE).
We ask you to distribute widely in your school and community until 
the survey closes, January 12, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. Please use this link: https://www.georgiastandards.org/Pages/Physical-Education-Georgia-Performance-Standards-Surveys.aspx

 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

2017 NATIONAL SCHOOL BUS SAFETY POSTER CONTEST

Click HERE for More Information
Click HERE for Entry Form

HOLLYDALE Parent Survey
Click HERE to access

THANK YOU COBB EMC
AND
DIANE Z. SHORE
Local Author Encourages Perseverance!

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Our first All-Pro Dads meeting was a HUGE success!  
If you missed it be sure to join us at one of our next meetings.
November 17th, December 15th, January 26th, Februaruy 16th, March 23rd, April 27th
Mark your calendars and make plans to attend
!
AllProDads


Important “Back to School” Bus Route Info for 2017-18 Now Available
Posted: 7/18/2017

CCSD bus routes for the new school year are available on the CCSD website.  Click HERE for more information.  Bus runs and maps will be posted at the local school for review prior to the first day of school. Water will be allowed on the busses during the months of August and September.

The first day of school for students was Monday, July 31, 2017.

 

Georgia Parent Survey – Please give us your feedback!

The survey can be completed using your personal computer, smartphone or tablet. We are asking that all parents participate in the Georgia Parent Survey because the data will be used as part of the calculation of the School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. Individual data results from the Georgia Parent Survey will not be available to the public and will not be posted online.

Click here to take the survey.

Congratulations TOTY and CEOTY
Andrea Green and Cynthia Hodgin

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Former Chicago Bears and record-breaking
Georgia Southern University running back
Adrian Peterson visits Hollydale ES!
Click HERE for a link to the CobbCast Blog

March 2018 Student of the Month - Respectful

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What is School Council?

The establishment of school councils is intended to help local boards of education by bringing parents and the community together with teachers and school administrators to create a better understanding of and mutual respect for each other's concerns and share ideas for school improvement. School councils shall represent the community of parents and businesses. The members of the school council are accountable to the constituents they serve and shall:

  • Maintain a school-wide perspective on issues
  • Regularly participate in school council meetings
  • Participate in information and training programs
  • Act as a link between the school council and the community
  • Encourage the participation of parents and others within the school community
  • Work to improve student achievement and performance

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Hollydale Family and Friends,

We are currently looking at adopting new content resources and materials for
our ESOL students and teachers.
We would like to invite you to come and look at the materials that are currently up for consideration and provide us with your feedback.
These materials will be displayed for your review in the ESOL room at Hollydale.
If  you have any questions, please contact
Kathy O’Hara- Rosa, Lead ESOL teacher.

Visit Our
Parent Resource Center
Open Daily from 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Click HERE for more information.

We LOVE our Volunteers! 
Click HERE to sign up!
Oprima AQUI para Espanol

For the 2016-17 school year
Hollydale will have a
Dual Language Immersion Program.
Click HERE for a brochure in English.
Click HERE for a brochure in Spanish.

Cobb county is looking for parent input on content acquisition for Grades 3-12 English Language Arts and English as a Second Language. Please respond by June 3rd.

3-12 Parents click HERE.
ESOL Parents clcik HERE.

Learning Resources for Public Review
Click HERE for more information

Seeking professional,
safety-minded individuals for

School Bus Drivers!
Starting rate is $14.51/hour
Apply online:  www.ccsdbusdriver.com

Click HERE for more information

Georgia Milestone Assessment Guides
Provide detailed information about how our
3rd-5th graders will be assessed annually. 
Use these to practice/review at home.

3rd Grade Assessment Guide - Click HERE
4th Grade Assessment Guide - Click HERE
5th Assessment Grade Guide - Click HERE

IOWA Assessment Parent Information
Click HERE for brochure


Click for information about
Standard School Attire.

          ParentVUE Documentation for Parents
               ParentVUE Acceptable Use Policy & User Agreement
               ParentVUE Guide for Parents

Parent Brochures for
MATH Strategies
(Click on your student's grade level)
 
Kindergarten
Kindergarten Spanish
First Grade
First Grade Spanish
Second Grade
Second Grade Spanish
Third Grade
Third Grade Spanish
Fourth Grade
Fourth Grade Spanish
Fifth Grade
Fifth Grade Spanish

Student Accident Insurance Forms from Young Group
Click HERE for English
Click HERE for Spanish
 

Hollydale School Calendar

Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP)

School Improvement Info. Please take a moment to review!

Hollydale Elementary Beliefs

  • Hollydale students are unique and valuable and will be treated with dignity and respect.
  • All students can learn and will be provided equal opportunities for learning.
  • All students have the right to learn, acquire independent thinking skills, and develop positive self esteem in a safe, nurturing, risk-free environment.
  • High expectations result in optimum teaching and learning.
  • The educational process is the collaborative responsibility of students, teachers, parents, and community.
  • Learning is a life-long process.
  • Children are our greatest resource and they are our future.
  • Attendance Policy in English
  • Attendance Policy in Spanish