Click HERE for more information about enrolling your student.
CCSD School Transfer Applications Available Online
The Cobb County School District is again offering School Choice (HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the 2017-2018 school year.
Beginning on Wednesday, February 1, 2017, parents/guardians can apply for the transfers. The district will only accept online
applications. In order to provide access to the application for parents/guardians who may need it, a kiosk is available in the
lobby of the CCSD Central Offices at 514 Glover Street.
For more information, please see our
2017-18 School Choice webpage.
The deadline for applying is Tuesday, February 28, 2017.
Click here to schedule a school tour.
SPLOST stands for Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax. It is a one-cent tax on
all consumer goods that must be approved by voters in a referendum. Education SPLOST (Ed-SPLOST) receipts can be used
only for school-related capital improvements. The current Ed-SPLOST expires Dec. 31, 2018.
A referendum will be held Tuesday, March 21, 2017 to extend the tax another five years.
Ed-SPLOST V Information
Click here to review the Ed-SPLOST V Complete Notebook
Ed-SPLOST V Information Sheet (English)
Ed-SPLOST V Information Sheet (Spanish)
Vaughan Elementary Welcomes
November 9, 2016
The Vaughan Elementary Foundation would like to thank our families for their generous donations and attendance at the
Monster Mash. Together, we raised $4,000 to support the STEM program at Vaughan!
Scholastic Book Fair: October 10 - 13
Visit Vaughan's Online Book Fair
The 2nd Vaughan Elementary PTSA Rocket Blast Fundraiser is underway! The envelopes are due back at school on Friday, August 26th
for our first Count Day! After the money is counted, the envelopes will go back home on Friday for the last big push! The fundraiser ends and envelopes
are due on Thursday, September 1st. We celebrate on Friday, September 2nd with a fun Obstacle Course Day!
Come out and cheer on your student as they complete their obstacles!!
8:10am- 2nd Grade
9:50am- 1st Grade
10:40am- 3rd Grade
12:10pm- 5th Grade
1:00pm- 4th Grade
Classes are competing for 3 different levels of incentives!
Level 1 – $25 per student avg in class (teacher decides reward)
Level 2 – $35 per student avg in class (teacher decides reward)
Level 3 – $50 per student avg in class- KONA ICE PARTY for all classes that reach this level!
IOWA and CogAT Testing for Grades 1, 3 & 5
September 13-15, 2016, students in first and third grades will take the Cognitive Abilities Test,
and from September 16-21, 2016 students in third and fifth grades will take the Iowa Assessments™.
About the Iowa Assessments and Cognitive Abilities Test
The Iowa Assessments and Cognitive Abilities Test help determine how students are
performing on nationwide standards. The Cognitive Abilities Test measures students’ learned reasoning abilities in three
areas that closely relate to success in school; verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and nonverbal reasoning.
How your child can prepare for test taking—and what you can do to help
A student who is well rested and well fed and has a positive attitude about testing is best prepared for
testing. You can help your child do his or her best by considering these tips:
- Make sure that your child is in school and on time on test days.
- Make sure your child gets a good night’s sleep and eats a healthy breakfast before each day of testing.
- Remind your child that these tests are only one measure of what he or she has learned. Emphasize that you
have confidence in his or her ability to do the best job possible.
- Remind your child to listen to the directions and read each question carefully during testing. Encourage your child to
ask the teacher for help if he or she does not understand the directions.
Sneak-a-Peek: July 28th
10:00 Kindergarten Parent Orientation
11:00 - 12:00 Last Names A - L (and all kindergarten students)
12:00 - 1:00 Last Names M - Z
Postcards with teacher assignments will be mailed on July 25th.
2016-2017 Supply Lists
2016-17 CCSD School Bus Routes Ready
Bus Routes for the new school year are now available. Bus Runs and Maps will be posted at the local school for review prior to
the first day of school.
Click here to view bus routes.
PTSA Volunteers needed!
Check out the PTSA page for more info. http://vaughanptsa.org/.
Be sure to "LIKE" our PTSA facebook page to keep up with the latest news!
Dates To Remember
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ENGAGE - INSPIRE - ACHIEVE
Providing a positive place for learning where students
Synergize, Optimize, and
Analyze to Realize their full potential
Established in 1996 and bearing the name of State Representative John "Jack" Dixon Vaughan, Jr., this institution has taken on its namesake's
strong commitment to education, mirroring his aspirations for excellence in learning among young Cobb County students.