Welcome to Hendricks
Our summer break this year is from May 26
- July 31. Students will return to class to start the new
school year on August 1, 2016.
Please check our website often throughout the summer break for
updates and information.
We hope everyone will have a safe and relaxing summer!
The supply lists for the 2016-2017 school year are now
available. Download one with the button below and be ready for
summer bargain sales!
What to Wear to School?
Hendricks does not require uniforms for
school, but we do have rules for how students must dress.
Are you wondering what you can or can't wear to school? Please
read the Dress Code
365 Available for Cobb County Students
Microsoft Office 365 is a valuable tool and it is available at
no cost to Cobb County Students. Our students are able to store
files and other resources as well as view and retrieve them
using any computer anywhere. Students also have use of Microsoft
software; Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive and OneNote.
For information regarding getting Office 365 set up for your
child, please follow these links:
Office 365 Support Page for Parents
Video explaining how a parent can give consent via email
for their child to use Office 365 in the Cobb County School
Video explaining how a parent can give consent via
Please take advantage of this very helpful
- The child's
Welcome new students!
below are items needed for
each child registering.
To register for school, you will need:
- Hearing-Dental-Vision Form (form #3300)*
- Immunization Form (form #3200)*
- Social Security Card
2 Proofs of residency - for example,
current utility bill, current mortgage papers, current driver's
* medical forms are available from a doctor's office
For more information, please contact our front office staff
Georgia Parent Survey
At Hendricks, we strive to serve our
community to the best of our ability. Would you please
answer a few questions about how we're doing?
The Georgia Parent Survey is modeled after the student
survey and contains 24 questions. Parents may complete the
survey using their personal computer, smartphones or tablet.
All parents are encouraged to 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.
Hendricks families! Triumph Learning is an online digital
program to provide your child with meaningful,
standards-based practice in Mathematics.
Click on the icon below to provide practice for your child.
*This site is best supported in Google Chrome.
Your childâ€™s teacher has sent home username and password log-in
If you need further information or assistance with Triumph
Online, please contact the Hendricks Elementary Academic Coach,
Voice of the Atlanta Hawks
Supports Hendricks Summer Reading!
Listen to a
special message for Hendricks Readers!
If you need any help with logging-in or logging
minutes, please contact
Cynthia Coker, our school media specialist.
Are you reading, Huskies?
Be sure to Log Your Minutes
Summer Reading Challenge 2015
One Million Minutes
Online Resources for Families from the Ga. Department of
The Ga. DoE has made
a flyer full of great educational websites and apps which will
be of great help to families and students.
The flyers are 'clickable' when viewed online. To download
your copy, please click the links below.
Ga. Department of Education - Educational Websites
Ga. Department of Education - Educational
Apps for Families
The work our teachers, support staff, front
office and administrators do is important to our school. It is a
full time job keeping a great school great!
We wouldn't have a lot of the special 'extras' that sets
Hendricks apart if it weren't for the hours that our volunteers
give to our school.
If you would like to be a Hendricks volunteer, please check out
all the ways you can help on our Parent
We hope to see you around!
Visit Our Parent Resource Room
The Hendricks Elementary Parent Resource Room, located
in room 202, is open weekly from
Monday - Friday, 8AM - 1PM
valuable area of our school is a place where parents can borrow
materials to supplement students' lessons and even find
self-help materials addressing all things about being a better
parent. Please feel free to browse around!
You may contact our parent liaison,
Stephanie Jackson, for more information.
Tags for Bus Riders
If your child is 8 years old and under,
regardless of their grade, they should come home with a
yellow tag on their backpack for safety reasons. The
bus driver will give you a letter with further details about the
If your child will be a car rider in the afternoons at any time
during the school year, you must request a car rider
Buzz-In System Now in Place
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. We know everyone will
have many questions about the new system, so our principal has
written a letter to fill you in.
letter from Mr. O'Connell for more details.
We were named a 2012
Blue Ribbon School!
Hendricks Elementary -
formerly Austell Intermediate - was named one of only
219 schools to be awarded the National Blue Ribbon for 2012. We
were one of seven public schools in the state of Georgia to receive the
award that year.
We are so very proud of our students, teachers
and community for being recognized by the United States Department
Congratulations Hendricks Elementary students and Staff
Safety First in the Fire Lanes
Reminder from the CCSD
Department of Public Safety
Per 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 school)
actively loading or unloading during the day (this would cover
students unloading in the morning at the beginning of the school