Welcome to Rocky Mount ES
Unlocking the Potential of Tomorrow's Leaders
Congratulations to our Teacher of the
Year, Melinda Chaney and our Classified Employee of the Year, Jo
Anne Browne! They were honored in Lassiter's Homecoming Parade
on September 23rd.
Students at the Lassiter Homecoming
Student scientists in Mrs. Simmons' 4th grade class accepted the Collecting Clean Water STEM Challenge! Students
were challenged to design an instrument that would collect water vapor to supply clean water to parts of the world where access
to clean water is difficult!
Rocky Mount’s Career Center Week kicked off on Tuesday, and our students had the opportunity to explore a wide range of career
options. Our amazing professional school counselors, Mrs. Lightstone and Miss Marks, and their team of creative and
dedicated parent volunteers outdid themselves again!!! Thank you, TEAM!!
Federal Express Career Center was an exciting event at Rocky Mount! Students learned about the Transportation, Distributions and
Logistics cluster by transforming into Fed Ex workers! They were able to inquire, explore, and play while using the tools and
products of a real packer and shipper!
Rocky Mount Receives
2016 Georgia SHAPE Award
Rocky Mount Elementary School has been awarded the 2016 Platinum Achievement in Wellness from the Governor’s SHAPE Honor Roll.
This award recognizes Rocky Mount’s dedication to creating a healthy school environment and a culture of wellness for staff,
students, and community.
Click on the following videos from Mr. Carr:
Mrs. Einertson's 5th grade class brought the pledge to us from Rio on Friday, August 12th, using green screen technology!
Mrs. Barton and Mrs. Bailey/Mason’s classes are showing their Olympic pride. Students are using research skills to uncover the rich history
of the Olympics. They are reading Lexile leveled biographies about famous Olympians, applying 4th grade map
standards to solve coordinate and location problems, and writing essays about being an Olympian.
Principal May welcomes Assistant Principal, Dr. Sage Doolittle!
The faculty and staff are ready to rock and roll!
17th thru 21st - Conference Week - Students dismissed 2
hours early each day. ASP will run from dismissal to
6pm each day.
- Oct 17th thru 21st - Bookfair
and Red Ribbon Week
- Mon., Oct 24th - Mix it up day
- Tues., Oct 25th 2:30 to 3:30pm
- 4th/5th Kickball Game
- Wed., Oct 26th - Lunch and
- Thurs., Oct 27th 6 to 8pm -
- Thurs., Oct 27th - PTA -
Georgia Organic Day
- Fri., Oct 28th - 1st/3rd
Breakfast with Dad
- Boxtops due
- Dad's carpool
News & Announcements:
Parents/Visitors to our school must show identification at the camera at the front door at each visit.
Children may not be dropped-off at school before 7:15am
Students not in their classrooms when the
7:45 bell rings will be marked tardy.
Parents must have a car tag to pick up children in the afternoon car pool lane. Car riders will be provided with (1) car tag at no
cost. Additional car tags can be purchased in the front office for $2.00. If a car does not have a car tag, the parent will have to park and come inside with identification
to sign the child out. Thank you for your patience with this system to ensure greater safety of our children.
If you have some time to
volunteer at our Welcome Desk, please sign-up with
For school closings
due to inclement weather, please access the
CCSD Website and watch the
- If you need to change the way your
child is going home in the afternoon,
please send in a note with your child in the morning,
or call the office before 1:45.
There are NO transportation changes made after 1:45pm.
- Lunch Schedule and prices can be found on the
Lunch Menu page.
PLEASE put your child's name inside of their belongings.
Unclaimed items with no
donated every month.