Welcome to Hollydale Elementary
Professional Development School
in Partnership with Kennesaw State University
Allison , Asst. Principal
Mission: Nurturing a
Community of Learners
Vision: Empowering our Community to Thrive
for Student and School Performance Goals
News and Announcements
MEET & GREET
Thursday July 31, 5:00-7:00p.m.
Come see your
classroom and meet your teacher. Tons of information will
be available about PTA, bus routes, and ASP. Meet our new nurse,
fill out Free and Reduced Lunch applications online, etc.
We look forward to seeing you then!
2014-15 Student Supply List
HERE for English
HERE for Spanish
Click on the link for information
for the 2014-2015 school year!
Kindergarten Registration and Information
Click HERE for
the registration flyer
Click HERE for the
READ Reading Lists
HERE for K-2 Reading List
HERE for 3-5 Reading List
Young Authors’ Summer Camp for Rising 4th and 5th Grade
the logo below for more information
The Cobb County School District is again
offering School Choice (HB 251 and SB10) transfers for the
2014-2015 school year. Applications will be available
beginning February 10, 2014. For more information, please
2014-15 School Choice website.
Parent Resource Center!
for more information
HERE to find out you could become a part of
the Title I Parent Action Team
Insurance Forms from Young Group
HERE for Spanish
(Click on your student's
First Grade Spanish
Second Grade Spanish
Third Grade Spanish
Fourth Grade Spanish
Fifth Grade Spanish
HERE to sign up!
Celebrating our Volunteers Hollydale
Stacey Abbott Assistant Principal Angie Allison
Angie Allison Stacey Abbott
Teacher of the Year!
Classified Employee of
Why Common Core?
HERE for a link to information regarding
CCGPS Common Core Georgia Performance Standards
Title I Information
To find out more about Title I and the Parents Rights To Know, click on the following links:
Hollydale Elementary School Beliefs
- Hollydale students are unique and valuable and will be
treated with dignity and respect.
- All students can learn and will be provided equal
opportunities for learning.
- All students have the right to learn, acquire
independent thinking skills, and develop positive self
esteem in a safe, nurturing, risk-free environment.
- High expectations result in optimum teaching and
- The educational process is the collaborative
responsibility of students, teachers, parents, and
- Learning is a life-long process.
- Children are our greatest resource and they are our
- Attendance Policy in English
- Attendance Policy in Spanish