Mrs. Webb

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Winter Break


Cobb County Schools will be closed the following dates:

Winter Break:  December 21, 2017 – January 1, 2018 

Student Holidays: January 2-3, 2018

Students will return to school on Thursday, January 4, 2018. 

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Two very important things from Bells Ferry Elementary:


  1.  It has come to our attention that parents are dropping students off on Bells Ferry Rd. because they do not want to wait in the car line, and also driving behind our buses and dropping students off in the front of the school in the AM.  This is a MAJOR safety concern for our staff and students.  Parents must either wait in the car line, or have their students take the bus to school.  Bells Ferry Rd. is very busy in the morning, and our students’ safe arrival is of utmost importance.  Cobb County Police will be out over the next few weeks to enforce these rules, so please help us keep our students safe.

2.  Why is it important to NOT check your students out early??

Our last early checkout time is 1:45 pm.  If a student is checked out 20 minutes early each day for the school year, it adds up to  3,600 minutes or 60 hours or 15 days of instruction!!!

Add in the possible sick days and your student could miss up to a month of instruction during the school year.

Please make Dr. and Dentist appointments early in the morning or after 3:00 pm if possible.  Not wanting to wait in the car line is no reason for early checkouts. (Use the free bus service Cobb provides.)  Please help us get the most out of the school day for our students and spread the word to your fellow parents.

Thanks for your cooperation regarding these matters.


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December Dash!


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It’s that time of year again…


Dear Parent/Guardian,

With cold and flu season upon us, please keep the following guidelines in mind to help decrease the spread of infection and maintain a healthy learning environment for our students.

+ Returning to school once fever free for 24 hours  without fever reducing medicine.

+ Returning to school 24 hours AFTER the last vomiting episode.

+ Returning to school 24 hours AFTER last diarrhea episode.

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It’s Conference Week!!!


REMINDER:  Conference Week – October 16-20th,  is Early Release days for students. 


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Parent Survey


Georgia Parent Survey

Dear Parents,

The Georgia Parent Survey for the 2017-2018 school year is available for parents to take online. The survey will open through Friday, March 2, 2018.

All parents are invited to participate. You can complete the survey for your child’s school using a personal computer, smartphone or iPad. The survey includes 24 questions about your child’s school, and should take no more than 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

The survey has been embedded in this email for your convenience. Georgia Parent Survey

The Georgia Parent Survey is given each year by the state of Georgia. Questions on the survey are similar to the school climate questions taken by students and faculty in the Georgia Student Health Survey II and the Georgia School Personnel Survey. Data from the Georgia Parent Survey will be used to calculate the School Climate Star Rating within the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI).

Survey responses are anonymous and are submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. Data results from the Georgia Parent Survey will not be available to the public and will not be posted online.

Thank you for participating!

Bells Ferry Elementary School

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STEM Wars!


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Bells Ferry Foundation needs your support!


1st Annual Capital Campaign

We are holding our 1st Annual Capital Campaign, which will be the Bells Ferry Foundation’s largest fundraising campaign of the year. When you donate, 100% of your dollars are invested directly in the students at Bells Ferry Elementary. We are hoping you will Back the Bandits and become a Bandit Buddy at $50 or more per student. Please see the suggested participation levels and associated prizes listed below!

It can cost anywhere from $150 to $300 to enroll your student in sports or other activities that only last a few weeks per season.  The BFF is asking for a $50 tax-deductible donation, which is an investment in your child’s educational experience for the entire school year.  Dinner and a movie night out for 2 can easily cost more and think of what your donation will do to support your child at Bells Ferry Elementary!

Grandparents and other relatives can become Bandit Buddies, too! Let your family and friends know that this is a great way to benefit your child’s education.

We are always looking for volunteers to help with our events? Visit the Ways to Give for more information!

Help Ms. May Hog the Spotlight!

If we reach our goal of $10,000, Ms. May will KISS A PIG!


• Classes that achieve 75% participation will receive a pizza party!

• For classes with $1,000+ in donations, that teacher will receive a grant!

Check back daily to see how much we’ve raised!

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May 15, 2017


This week’s newsletter contains information about the Fifth Grade Celebration and the last two days of school.

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Reminder: School will be dismissed two hours early the last two days of school.

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