Welcome to Powder Springs ES!
Principal: Debbie Broadnax
Assistant Principal:Barry Frazier |
Assistant Principal:Cindy Winter
Panther News and Announcements
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Fifth Grade Day
9:00 AM-1:30 PM
10:00 AM-1:00 PM
8:00 AM- 1st Grade ( Gymnasium)
9:00 AM- Kindergarten (Classrooms)
10:00 AM- 4th Grade- (Gymnasium)
Time: 12:30 PM
8:00 AM- 3rd Grade (Gymnasium)
9:00 AM- 2nd Grade (Classrooms)
Fifth Grade Awards Day
Day of School- Early Release Day
Dismissal Time: 12:30 PM
Ed-SPLOST Resolution Approved
The Board of Education voted Nov. 14 to approve the
resolution for Ed-SPLOST 4. A referendum to extend the Special
Purpose Local Option Sales Tax five years will be held Tuesday,
Pre-order your yearbook today!!!! The
cost is $25.00. Place your payment and your yearbook order form
inside of an envelope and drop it in the school safe that is
located outside of the gymnasium. Please see Mrs. Greer if you
have any questions.
We are pleased to share with you
resources that have been posted to the Georgia Department of
Education website relative to the Criterion-Referenced
Competency Tests (CRCT).
Please click on the links below
2013 CRCT Parent Brochure
CRCT Study Guides
website is currently being
re-designed! New pages and blogs will be added, so be sure to
check back often as our PSE website is updated!
click on this link to view the annual asbestos management plan.
Congratulations Angie Epps!!!!
2012 Teacher of the Year
Congratulations Tim Briggs!!!!!
Please click on the link below to view the projects that are proposed for our school (page 173).
Please click on the link below to review dismissal procedures for Powder Springs
Chick Fil A
Chick Fil A biscuits will be sold every Wednesday and
Friday. The proceeds help to support fifth grade end of the
year activities. Students can purchase a Chick Fil A biscuit
and bottled water for $3.00. A Chick- Fil- A biscuit without
water costs $2.50.
Powder Springs Elementary envisions a school and community
working together to develop future leaders.
Powder Springs Elementary is committed to providing our
students with quality education that will prepare students
for life’s opportunities.
- Respect and consideration among teachers, students,
and families create a positive learning community.
- Family and community are essential in providing
greater opportunities for success.
- Everyone has the right to learn in a safe,
nurturing, and non-threatening environment.
- High expectations result in optimum teaching and
- All students can learn when provided a
developmentally appropriate, rigorous, and quality
- Learning is a life-long process.