Kincaid Elementary School

1410 Kincaid Road   Marietta, GA  30066

Phone: 770-578-7238     Fax: 770-578-7240

Principal: Cheryl Davis

Asst. Principal: Becky Hintz

School Leadership Intern: Debbi Snyder

The Vision of Kincaid Elementary is to create a learning environment where all students are motivated to work hard, do the right thing and learn something every day.

The mission of Kincaid Elementary is to encourage every individual child to reach his or her potential while celebrating the diversity of our school family. We strive to create a safe and cooperative environment where students will develop and demonstrate responsibility and respect for themselves and others.

We believe that every student should be valued for his or her unique qualities.

We believe that all decisions should be based on student learning and success.

We believe that students learn in different ways and that differentiated instruction should be provided to meet student needs.

We believe that a strong foundation in reading, writing, and mathematics is essential to success in all contest areas.

We believe that students learn best when they have the appropriate resources available to them, including state-of-the-art technology.

We believe that a safe and civil environment promotes optimal student learning.

We believe that academic success and strong character development is a shared responsibility of both the school and the families.

We believe that all students can attain character qualities and develop work habits that will assure greater success in learning.

Kincaid SSP 2015-16

Kincaid SSP 2016-17

CCSD Website



Follow the link below to see photos from the event!

Thank you to Mrs. Begerow for taking the photos at the finish line. Please feel free to share the link with friends and family.



Lunch and enrichment times can be checked for each class on the parent's tab at the top of this page.



 Children may be temporarily excused from school:

·        is personally ill

·        when in the student’s immediate family there is a serious illness or death  

·        recognized religious holidays observed by their faith

·        when mandated by order of governmental agencies

·        hazardous to their health or safety

 A doctor or parent/guardian must write a note to the school explaining the reason for the absence within 3 days of the student’s return to school, or the absence will be marked as unexcused.

 For more detailed information see:

Administrative Rule JB-R [Student Attendance]




Our next Foundation Friday is a Spook-tacular one! Does your student have their Halloween costume picked out? Students can WEAR THEIR school appropriate COSTUME TO SCHOOL!  Just have your student bring their $2 donation to the cafeteria and some not-so-scary Foundation volunteers will be there to stamp their hands with a Kincaid cougar paw. So get SPOOKY and support the Foundation!


Please bring the following to register your child

-Birth Certificate

-Social Security Card

-Georgia Immunization Form 3231

-Georgia Hearing/Vision/Dental Form 3300

- 2 Utility Bills for Proof of Residency

  Some of Our Students Are Taking Control of Their Environment

Some of our Target students have developed their own DonorsChoose project. They did some research, analyzed data and created their own solution to a problem that they felt was important. Your donations (no matter how small) can help these students see their project completed.

Other teachers at Kincaid also create projects on DonorsChoose throughout the year. Please take a moment to look over the projects and think about giving a little to support the students at Kincaid. Share the link on your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Email your friends and family members. Ask your employer if they match donations. With your help we can make sure our students have everything they need to grow and learn.

Donors Choose

Does your company have a donation matching program? Take a moment and check out Kincaid's DonorsChoose page and give to a class room right here at Kincaid. DonorsChoose is a wonderful resource for teachers that need/want supplies or equipment for their students. Give what you can, share the link with family and friends, post the link to Facebook and Twitter. It's a wonderful way to give back to your child's school.

September Attendance Winners

We have a class at each grade level to announce that had the highest percentage of attendance.


In kindergarten- Ms. Haskin and Ms. Johnson’s  classes tied

In first grade-Ms. Smith’s class

In second grade-Ms. Rowan’s

In third grade-Ms. Pennell class

In fourth grade-Ms. Powers and Ms. Thompson’s classes tied

In fifth grade -Ms. McAlpine’s class won for the second time!

In Pod A-with the best attendance in the whole school-Mr. Starapoli’s class-100%


The winning classes will be treated to some extra playtime and a popsicle!

Will your class be a winner next month? I challenge all of you to come to school each day that you are feeling well. Remember, to be counted as present, you need to arrive at school before 11:15.