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Welcome Anne Street Parents!

What Does Parental Engagement Mean?

Parental Engagement is the active engagement of parents/guardians in a regular, two - way and meaningful communication process that involves and supports the active learning of students and other school activities and events.  The purpose of the Parental Engagement process is to ensure that parents play an active and integral part in the learning process of their child.

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Mrs. Edwards Showcase Slideshow

EL Support with Mrs. Terry

Boo Bubbles with Mrs. Hamm

Water Music with Ms. Drumheller

Fluffy Slime with Mrs. Davenport

Sink of Float with Mr. Trahan

Star Flower

Disappearing Water with Ms. C

Disappearing Color with Ms. Hollis

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Virtual Math Month


It's Virtual Math Month! Check out the resources below that encourage math engagement and continued learning at home. Fun websites, family activities, and printables included! 



Don't forget to share a picture/video of the family playing a math game or engaging in an activity with the hashtag #GSCSEmpoweringFamilies.


Anne Street's Virtual Math Month Resources!



Simple Apple Tree Math Game (for addition and subtraction)

Multiplication Table Wheel for Students

Assessment Workshop

Achieving Dreams: Honoring MLK and Helping Parents Understand State and Local Assessments Parent Workshop

Partnership with the Griffin Region College and Career Academy to inform parents of resources and opportunities offered in the district and ways their assessment results impact these opportunities. 


Raising a Reader Parent Workshop

Raising a Reader Parent Workshop

Video: Literacy Tips to Support Primary Students

Student Showcase

Student Showcase

Coordination with the Department of Exceptional Students (DES) demonstrated the use of visuals through science experiments

Video: Using visuals to support Language and Attention 

Building the Future: Donuts and Discussions with the Principal

Building the Future: Donuts and Discussions with the Principal

The purpose of the meeting was to review and revise the School Parent and Family Engagement Policy, to review and revise the School-Parent Compact, to discuss the reservation of funds, and to discuss building school staff capacity.

Feedback Forms 

Engaging in Change: Popcorn and Planning with the Principal

Engaging in Change: Popcorn and Planning with the Principal

The purpose of this meeting was to provide input on the School Comprehensive Needs Assessment and to revise the School Improvement Plan.



Summary Form: Stakeholder Meeting - CNA/SIP Summary 2020


Principal at Stakeholder Meeting

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Ms. Clements presenting to families at the Title I Parent Meeting

Table topic and handouts from Title I Meeting

Ms. Harrell discussing the Parent Resource Centers

Refreshments at Title I Parent Meeting

Mrs. Moon providing childcare during Title I Meeting

Mrs. Kelsey assisting with ice cream distribution

Mrs. Davis discussing Title I School-wide Plan, goals, and School Parent Compact

We Value Your Input!

Spring Parent Survey

Hello Parents,
Anne Street Elementary needs your help assessing parent engagement programs for the 2019-2020 school year. Your input helps us evaluate our programs and make changes to fit the needs of our students and families. We appreciate and value your opinions. Only one survey should be completed per household. I have attached the cover letter and links to the surveys below. Thank you for participating!

Policy Input

We need your feedback on the Parent and Family Engagement Policies and the School-Parent Compact. Thank you for taking the time to give your feedback. Please click on the link below to provide this input on these policies. Thank you! 


2019-2020 Feedback Form

District Parent and Family Engagement Policy English

Fall Parent Survey


Please help us by taking a few minutes and completing our Fall Parent Survey! Each year the Griffin-Spalding County School System (GSCS) tailors our Parental Engagement Program to meet the needs and interests of our parents. Your input is not only valued and welcomed but it is vital for the success of the program. The results of this survey will help us know how to effectively plan parent engagement activities to support our families. Please answer each question as openly and honestly as possible. Your answers will be anonymous. Only one survey should be completed per household. The links are below:

If you have any questions, please contact Atlantia Clements at 770-229-3746 or Thank you so much!

Fall for Learning Conference in English

Fall for Learning Conference in Spanish

Comcast is now offering 2 free months of free internet to certain families. This may be of interest to your students if they need access:

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