Hey Titans! School is winding up for this year and summer break is on the horizon. If this summer you find that you need support or are experiencing a crisis don't forget you can contact the Georgia Crisis & Access Line at 1-800-715-4225 or text HELLO to 741741.
Registration begins Thursday, October 1, 2020
Visit our 5th to 6th Transition Page, for all things related to coming to middle school at Moses.
Right now, many people are worried about COVID-19 or Coronavirus. Stress during uncertain times is a normal reaction but it can take a toll on mental health, especially for children. Here are some suggestions for talking to children about what’s happening:
For additional resources, please go to the Prevention/Intervention webpage
If your student needs some additional mental health support, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 1-800-715-4225. This is a good way to get some expert mental health advice for your family.
Mary Wade, Prevention Intervention Coordinator
Families can visit Helping Hands Food Pantry once a week Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9:30am-2pm and the family must be a resident of Paulding County.
The family must show a driver's license/ID or a lease agreement (if no ID/license). Helping Hands is located in downtown Dallas near the old court house. Unfortunately, if a family has two families (double) within one home, the pantry can only serve one family per week. Please share with our homeless student population also. Thanks and let me know if you have any questions.
Helping Hands of Paulding County
228 W. Spring Street
Dallas, Ga 30132
Click Here for instructions on how to set up an Infinite Campus Parent Portal account.
Beginning in the month of October, our students will be participating in the Georgia Student Health Survey, issued by the Georgia Department of Education. Please read below for more information:
A growing body of research indicates that schools with positive school climate ratings have better test scores and higher graduation rates. School climate refers to the quality and character of school life. The first step to improving school climate is to measure and analyze it with a school climate survey instrument. The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) is a national leader in the collection and analysis of school climate data through the implementation of its annual Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 (GSHS 2.0). The GSHS 2.0 is an anonymous, statewide survey instrument developed by many divisions within the GaDOE including the Assessment and Accountability Division and in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Public Health and Georgia State University. The GSHS 2.0 identifies safety and health issues that have a negative impact on student achievement and school climate
If you would like to review a copy of the health survey that your students will complete, please follow the link below:
*Passive permission slips will come home with all students the week of October 7th *
There is still time to sign up to register for our 6th Grade Summer Camp. To do so, please follow the link below and sign up by July 12th!