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  1. Open House Presentation Introduction to Parents Mr. Brook’s 2nd Grade Class

  2. My Contact Information Phone: H: (706)255-9920 S:(706)357-5338 Ext:53306 E-mail:brookst@clarke.k12.ga.us

  3. Important Dates(Early Release, Holidays, and Testing) • August 27th-Early Release • September 1st-Labor Day • September 24th-Early Release • October 21st-23rd-Parent Teacher Conferences-Early Release Days • October 31st-November 4th-Fall Break • November 26th-28th-Thanksgiving Holidays • December 22-January 5th-Christmas Holidays • January 19th-Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday • January 28th-Early Release Day • February 16th-Student Holiday • March 9th-13th-Spring Break • March 24th-26th-Parent-Teacher Conferences • April 21st-April 24th-CRCT Testing • May 20th-Last day of School

  4. Drop-Off/Pick-up Information • School starts at 7:45. If a child is any later than 7:45, that child is considered tardy. • Children arriving before 7:45 are dropped off in the front of the school and head to the cafeteria for breakfast. • Children dropped off after 7:45 must be escorted into the office by a parent or legal guardian. • School Dismissal is at 2:30. Car Riders are dismissed to Wing A to wait on pick-up. Bus Riders go to the bus circle in the back of the cafeteria. • Please refrain from picking up your children before 2:30.

  5. Assignments Students will have homework Monday-Thursday nights, including reading for 30 minutes every night. Important forms will go home every weekend including the Principal’s newsletter for parents that must be signed and brought back on Monday Morning. Here are some tips for parents: • Make sure the child has a quite place at home to do homework. • Set a designated time for your child to do their homework every day. • Engage with your child. Assist them with their assignments if they have questions. • Look over your child’s homework to make sure careless mistakes aren’t made.