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Curbside Kindergarten Registration

Friday, May 22, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Parents will pick up a registration packet and bring the following requested items: 1. Child's Birth Certificate
2. Child's Social Security Card
3. Child's Current Immunization
4. 2 Proofs of Residence
Parents will pull up to the curb at the front of the school. Requested documents will be given to a teacher to make copies. Parents will be given a packet to complete in the parking lot. Once complete, parents will drive back up to the curb, return packet, and have items returned.
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Counseling Resource

If you are not aware, Bibb County Schools has teamed up with Cahaba Medical to provide more intensive counseling for students who may be in need of something more than a few visits with the school counselor.  If you feel your child is in need of help with any number of issues (anxiety, divorce, perfectionism, self-esteem, etc.), please know that one option is the counseling services at Cahaba Medical. Cahaba Medical- Woodstock 1-205-938-9348
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Parents: How to help your worried child!

For children, this can be a very scary and worisome time. They hear all this talk about Coronavirus and don't know what to do or what to think. Below are two handouts that can help you. One guides you in to what you as a parent can do to help your child and the other guide will help children understand the virus a little more. Lastly, a video for children with some of the same information that is included in the handout is also included.
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State Art Winner

Connor Davis, a second grader, won first place in the 2020 State Superintendent’s Visual Arts Exhibit for the Elementary Division, which was sponsored by the Alabama State Department of Education. That means Connor won first place for the entire state! Way to go Connor; we are proud of your accomplishment!!! Connor's art work, along with others, will be on display in the Old Supreme Court Library of the Alabama State Capitol March 2-20, 2020.
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