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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.

April Parent Workshop

Join our VIRTUAL meeting 
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This event will take place on

Thursday, April 22 at 5:00 pm

To Join the 5:00 PM meeting:
In Other News

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Take a few minutes to fill out this survey because WE NEED YOU!
We need your feedback on our Schol-Parent Compact and our District and School Compacts! There will also be some questions on the reservation of funds, how to build staff capacity, the Comprehensive Needs Assessment and the School Improvement Plan.
Thank you VERY much! 

Fall Parent Survey
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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:

Past Events

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April Infinite Campus Parent Workshop

March Glows and Grows Stakeholder Meetings

District Events: K-5 "Lights Out Virtual Family Game Night" and "Student Literacy and Arts Showcase"

Lights Out Virtual Family Game Night
Student Literacy and Arts Showcase

February Conversations and Connections Stakeholder Meetings

February Stakeholder Meetings Flyer




A Parent's Guide to Distance Learning | Surving Virtual Learning
Distance learning is hard for kids and their parents. These tips can help parents with their children’s online education in the digital classroom. 
These funny parent tips for distance learning will help kids thrive with their online classes. They’ll actually want to log into their Google Classroom. Learn the importance of creating a learning space, removing distractions and just being supportive. So dive into the Parent’s Guide to Distance Learning. Come on, it'll be fun!

January Let's Talk Testing and Assessment Parent Workshop

November Literacy Parent Workshop

Soaring to New Heights Virtual Curriculum Parent Workshop

Title I Meeting

Lights Out Virtual Family Game Night
On March 4th at 6:00 pm the district is hosting a workshop titled "K-2 Lights Out Virtual Family Game Night" and we would love for our Anne Street families to join!!!
RSVP by February 18, 2021 using the link

We Need Your Input!
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Are you a student, parent, or community member? Keep in touch with us: