Welcome to LaBelle Elementary
Sue Stanton, Principal |
Deborah Slinkard, Assistant Principal
2013 Calendar of Event
PTA meeting at 2:45 pm; Electing new PTA officers
Multicultural Night from 4:30-6:30 pm
5th Grade Award Ceremony
Talent Show/Last Day of School
Congratulations to the LaBelle
Teacher and Certified Personnel of the Year!
Ms. Lorre Harris
Teacher of the Year
Ms. Grace Roper
Certified Employee of the Year
A big THANK YOU to the IBM Team for building
our raised bed gardens!
LaBelle 4th graders participated in a live
wax museum portraying historical figures from the American
Revolution. The students began by conducting research, writing
key notes, drafted their speeches, and had to memorize their
Watch our LaBelle 4th graders Historical Figures come alive!!!
Meet our new principal, Ms. Sue
LaBelle's 2012 Fall Festival and Art
Dr. Hinojosa Visits LaBelle!
Understanding Playful vs. Hurtful Teasing and Bullying Behavior
This pamphlet is designed to help parents and students navigate the unclear roadways of behaviors
that can be seen as hurtful teasing or bullying behavior. It is broken down into sections that will help the reader understand various aspects
of behaviors that can be seen as inappropriate. Additionally, we have thought provoking questions throughout the pamphlet to help start a
dialogue between you and your son or daughter.
Fire Lane Changes for Schools
On March 13, 2012, the Cobb County Fire Lane Ordinance was amended to include a provision for student pick-up at schools. The ordinance
now allows a vehicle to be located in a fire lane for 30 minutes prior to the afternoon school end time and 30 minutes after the school end time, as long as
a driver is behind the wheel. Cobb County school end times are available on the Cobb County School District website. The ordinance applies to
private schools as well. Stopping or parking a vehicle in a fire lane at any other time is prohibited, unless passengers are actively
loading or unloading. Enforcement of this new provision will begin on April 9, 2012. Fire lanes can be identified by “No Parking Fire Lane” signage
and/or curbing that is red in color. Fire lane violations currently result in a fine of $135.00.
(Spanish Version - Click here)