One School, One Team, Building Dreams


The mission of Bullard Elementary, in partnership with family and community, is to provide a foundation which fosters integrity and lifelong learning while developing responsible, productive members of society.






Monday, 10/24: One School, One Goal, Drug Free” - wear a red shirt to get REDy for Red Ribbon Week.

Tuesday, 10/25: Tie Down Drugs” - wear your craziest tie

Wednesday, 10/26: “United we stand in a Drug Free Land” - wear patriotic clothing.

Thursday, 10/27: Put a Cap on Drugs” - wear your favorite cap or hat to celebrate a drug-free life.

Friday, 10/28: YOLO “You Only Live Once” - dress up as your favorite character from a storybook. (No accessories such as a sword, knives, guns, wands, etc.) 







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Important Message About ParentVuee

 If you are having any problems accessing Parent Vue to check on your 4th and/or 5th grade student's grades, assignments, and attendance, please email Bullard's PVUE Parent Coordinator for help.







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Oct. 24-28: Red Ribbon Week

Oct. 25: Reflections Reception

Oct. 25: Picture Make Ups (New Date!)

Oct. 26: School Store

Oct. 28: Book Character Dress Up

Oct. 28: Bus Driver Appreciation Luncheon

Oct. 31-Nov. 1: Stars and Stripes Candy Drive






New Bullard Parent Tours


All building tours will begin at 8:30 A.M.  Please call the main office at Bullard and let us know which day you plan to visit.   (678/594-8720)


Oct. 7

Nov. 4

Dec. 16

Jan. 6

Feb. 3

March 3

April – Kindergarten Orientation

May 19



Transportation Changes:  Anytime that the primary means of transportation changes, a written note must be sent to the classroom teacher.  This is in accordance with policy and ensures your child’s safety.  Changes should only be made during the school day in emergency situations.  No changes can be made after 1:20 p.m.  Transportation changes sent through Email will not be accepted.  

If you have ANY transportation changes for your child,, please download and fill out a transportation changee






Returning to School after an Absence ?

A letter written by a parent/guardian or licensed physician must be presented to the Attendance Office on the day a student returns to school from an absence.   The statement should indicate the reason for the absence, the number of days absent, work and/or home phone number where a parent can be reached and the parent’s signature.  Attendance records can only be updated within 3 days of the student’s return to school after the absence.


For more information, click HERE.

I am sure we have some crafty teachers and parents out there.  Harrison High School is going to hold its first (hopefully annual) Hoya Merry Market on Saturday, December 3, 2016.  If you would like to sell your hand-made crafts at a holiday market, please email  Each seller will pay $25, to go to the Hoya Foundation, in exchange for a space to set up your goodies.  The market will be open to the public. All items must be hand-made; no retail products. 

Ideas could include:  Holiday decorations of any kind, Christmas ornaments, baked goods, jewelry, knitted/crocheted/sewn/embroidered items, children's toys, college-themed items, paper/stationery items, yard art, oil/acrylic/water color art, etc

If you make it by hand, or assemble it by hand, you can sell it.  :)

If you think you or your spouse/significant other would like to participate, please let Christie Schomer know ASAP. Thank you so much for your interest.




Asbestos HazardAsbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act


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