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    Message from Altamaha Elementary: 


    Parents and families, thank you for a wonderful first week of school. We are off to a great start! The staff and I greatly appreciate your support in helping our school have a successful week.


    Afternoon pickup should get better next week with the after-school program starting. For safety purposes, I need your assistance. If you are in a pickup lane, please do not leave your vehicle. Teachers will bring your child to you. Also, please do not park by the fire station and walk across. Thank you for being so helpful with these safety concerns. 


    With much gratitude and appreciation, 

    Principal Rhonda Hollis

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Updated Title I Materials

Please see the "Title I-Parent/Family Engagement" link to view updated Title I documents.

2022-2023 Dress and Appearance



Laura Bush Grant

Altamaha Elementary School has been named as a recipient of a library grant from the Laura Bush Foundation for America's Libraries!!

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Awards Schedule


Early Release Schedule

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Annual Title I Survey

Parents, please complete the ACSD Title l Parent & Family Engagement Survey.


College and Career Readiness

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Kindergarten Registration


Georgia Milestones Testing Dates


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English Pre-K Information

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Miss Altamaha Pageant

Teacher of the Year

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AES School Improvement Plan
Great Georgia Pollinator Census

Elementary G.A.T.E students in the Appling County School System participated in the Great Georgia Pollinator Census coordinated by the University of Georgia Extension. While collecting data in our school garden, we felt like entomologists observing insects pollinating many flowers. During our study with bees, we learned that you shouldn't use pesticides because it will harm pollinators. Also when designing a garden, including nectar rich flowers and nesting sites will ensure healthy pollinators. Our school would like to extend a special thanks to Tammy and Wayne Lott for the donation through the Monsanto Grant, Pine Forest Garden Club establishing the garden, and last but not least, Mrs.Hollis for helping maintain our school garden. 


Written by: 5th Grade GATE students

Ivy Beckworth, Cierra Stallings, Hudson Lewis, Tate Boatright

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