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Come to the Book Fair!
Tritt Media Center
Monday, March 10 -
Thursday, March 13
Monday through Thursday mornings
from7:20 am - 7:50 am
Monday and Tuesday afternoons
from 2:30 - 6:00 pm
Wednesday and Thursday afternoons
from 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Download the free Scholastic Book Fair App to
see what is available.
National Blue Ribbon School Award
Follow the link below to read about a post
Secretary Duncan authored which is located at On
the Homeroom, USDE’s official blog, about the
2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools
A Letter from Dr. Frost
and Mrs. Patterson regarding the Snow Days
Tritt Clean-up Day
Sunday, March 9th
at 1:00 p.m.
Bring your shovels, rakes,
and gardening gloves as we lay pine straw,
pick-up trash, and spruce-up the Tritt grounds
just in time for Spring.
Remember that Daylight
Saving Time begins at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March
9th. Be sure to set your clocks
FORWARD one hour.
Cobb County Kindergarten
and New First Grade Enrollment
Enrollment for all students entering a Cobb
County kindergarten or first grade class for the
first time in 2014-2015 will
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
8:30 - 11:00 am
Tritt Media Center
Click here for more information.
Student Art Show
Thursday, March 27th
4:00 - 7:00
Featuring the creative artwork of your students
framed and on display
Your child's framed artwork will be available
for purchase with all proceeds supporting the
T-shirt Design Winners
DeMeester in Ms. Friends' class and
Amy Kokan in Ms. Bosma's
won for the saying on the shirts: "Be Proud to
Show Your Stripes," and Amy won for the
drawing of the tiger.
We can't wait to buy the
Cyberbullying and Internet Safety
with speaker Dr. Patricia Agatston has been
tips for dealing with cyberbullying?
Click here to view an interview with Dr. Agaston
on Good Day Atlanta.
Human Traffic Talk
February 27 at 10:30 - 12:00 in the PTA room
For more information, click
Tritt Elementary School
hosted its school-wide Spelling Bee on December
17th in the Media Center. It was a tough
competition for our incredibly knowledgeable
participants. The winner, Adriana Mendes,
and the runner up, Eli Medof, are great
representatives for Tritt. Adriana
will compete in the Cobb County Spelling Bee on
at Kennesaw Mountain High School.
Congratulations and Good Luck, Adriana!!
We need your help.
Due to a close call with a student’s safety
yesterday, Public Safety has recommended that we
close the gravel parking lot at the bus entrance
until 8:00 a.m. Starting Monday,
only buses & employee vehicles will be allowed
at the bus entrance. All other vehicles
should use the auto entrance. We will also
have an officer monitoring the bus entrance on
various mornings to help keep students safe.
The role of our crossing guard is to help
students & parents cross the road safely – not
to direct traffic. Also, please use the
crosswalks. Thank you in advance for your
help with this safety issue.
Honey Baked Ham Gift Cards
are now available for you to purchase from the
5th Grade Activities Committee with a portion of
the proceeds going towards fundraising efforts.
Enjoy spiral sliced ham, smoked turkey, pot
roast, frozen casseroles, sides or desserts or
purchase a card as a gift for your teacher,
coach, coworker or friend.
Support 5th Grade Activities Committee by
purchasing gift cards in amounts of $10, $25, or
CLICK ON THIS LINK TO DOWNLOAD AN ORDER FORM
Please direct questions to Paula Hunt
SECRETARY OF EDUCATION ARNE DUNCAN RECOGNIZES
NATIONAL BLUE RIBBON SCHOOLS FOR 2013
list of the 2013 National Blue Ribbon Schools is
available at http://www.ed.gov/nationalblueribbonschools.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today recognized 286
schools as the 2013 cohort of National Blue
Ribbon Schools, based on their overall academic
excellence or their progress in improving
student academic achievement. Secretary Duncan
made this year’s announcement live via the
Department's USTREAM channel
viewed by recognized principals, teachers, and
students assembled across the country.
The Department will honor 236 public and 50
private schools at a recognition ceremony on
Nov. 18-19 in Washington, D.C. In its 31-year
history, the National Blue Ribbon Schools
Program has bestowed this coveted award on
nearly 7,500 of America’s schools.
“Excellence in education matters and we should
honor the schools that are leading the way to
prepare students for success in college and
careers,” said Secretary Duncan. “National Blue
Ribbon schools represent examples of educational
excellence, and their work reflects the belief
that every child in America deserves a
The National Blue Ribbon Schools award honors
public and private elementary, middle, and high
schools where students perform at very high
levels or where significant improvements are
being made in students’ levels of achievement.
The program recognizes schools in one of two
performance categories. The first category is
“Exemplary High Performing,” in which schools
are recognized among their state’s highest
performing schools, as measured by state
assessments or nationally-normed tests. The
second category is “Exemplary Improving,” in
which schools that have at least 40 percent of
their students from disadvantaged backgrounds
demonstrate the most progress in improving
student achievement levels as measured by state
assessments or nationally-normed tests.
To select National Blue Ribbon Schools, the
Department requested nominations from the top
education official in every state, the District
of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Department of
Defense Education Activity, and the Bureau of
Indian Education. The Council for American
Private Education (CAPE) nominates private
schools. A total of 420 schools nationwide may
be nominated, with allocations determined by the
numbers of K-12 students and schools in each
jurisdiction. The Secretary of Education invites
nominated schools to submit an application for
possible recognition as a National Blue Ribbon
NOTE TO EDITORS: A list of the 2013
National Blue Ribbon Schools is available at http://www.ed.gov/nationalblueribbonschools.
Fire Lane Safety
the Fire Marshall's Office, no one is allowed to
park in a Fire Lane,
whether there is a driver
in the vehicle or not,
at any time other than the following:
30 minutes prior
to the end of the school day and 30
minutes after the end of the school day
(this does not include the After School
Program nor any other activity at the
loading or unloading during the
day (this would cover students unloading
in the morning at the beginning of the
The only time a vehicle would be allowed in
a Fire Lane would be to actively drop-off
and/or pick-up a student when there is no
waiting. Other times, such as After
School Program or after school activities
would not be included.
Should you have questions or concerns, please
contact the Department of Public Safety (678)
How Do Your Foundation
Dollars Support the Science Lab?
Play the movie below to find the answer.
Student Accident Insurance Form
Download the Accident Insurance Form
to View the New Student Handbook
New Buzz-In System
Our school has a new system for entering the
building through the front doors. With this new system,
visitors need to "Buzz-In" after 8:10am.
Please click on the link below to read the
letter from Dr. Frost.
Click here to view
the letter from Dr. Frost
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Sign up to receive
our school e-newsletter -
the Thursday Memo
Join the PTA using
Support the Tritt
Tiger Foundation Annual Fund with a
Manage your child's
lunch account balance and purchases online
Be a D.U.D.E. - Dads can spend a day at
the school assisting in the classroom, too!
Follow the Tritt PTA and the Tritt Tiger
Foundation on Facebook!
Contact your child's teacher regarding how you
can volunteer in the classroom.
Visit your teacher's homepage to subscribe to
their blog updates via your email address.
Join your child for lunch in the Tritt cafe.
safety of our students, please
drop off your child before
Did You Know
Tritt has a Google Calendar?
Parents, please click on the Google calendar link in the
column to the left to get the most up-to-date
information about what is happening at Tritt Elementary.
Click on a particular event to learn more details.
Questions about events on the calendar can be directed
to the Front Office Staff at
Tritt Partners in Education
Cardio Kool Kids
Girl Scouts- Red Bud Unit
Honey Baked Ham- Roswell Rd.
Kroger- Johnson Ferry/ Shallowfrd
McDonald's- Johnson Ferry/ Shallowford
Marietta Martial Arts
Papa John's- Johnson Ferry/ Shallowford
Publix- Johnson Ferry/ Shallowford
SportsClips- Johnson Ferry/ Shallowford
Workout Anytime- Shallowford Rd.
YMCA- East Cobb
Zaxby's- Johnson Ferry/ Shallowford
Liberty Mutual- Johnson Ferry Rd
Pope Jr. Lacrosse