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Our mission is to provide our students with the "Power to Succeed." 

We encourage our students to excel in the Positive ABC's of Learning:
Academics
     Behavior
          Character
 

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NEWS
Check out the Welcome Message from our Principal, Scott Stephens on the Principal's Message Page

The Mobile Dental Bus will be arriving at SES September 22, 2014.
Special Information

SES Students may be dropped off out front between 7:15 and 8:00 each morning. After 8:05 a student is considered tardy. 

 
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Online Research

 
Online Media Center Catalog


Internet Safety Activities for Kids

Important Information
Click below for printable documents

 2013-2014 System Calendar
Student Handbook
 Parent Involvement Plan-Revised
 School Improvement Plan   
  School-Student-Parent Compact
 School Supply Lists    
 2013-2014 Testing Schedule   
  Spanish Escuela Elementar de Swainsboro   
School-Student-Parent Compact- Spanish
Parent Resource Center
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Administration
  • Principal
  • Assistant Principal
    Rossie Wiggins
  • Contact Us
    258 Tiger Trail, Swainsboro, Ga 30401
    478-237-7266
    478-419-1164 - fax
 

The 2014-2015 Teacher of the year for SES is Mrs. Delphine Bostic.

Mrs. Bostic teaches 5th grade. Thanks for all you do for SES!

Testing
Click the link below to see a powerpoint presentation on some test-taking strategies for your child.
Test Taking Strategies
PIRC = Parent Information and Resource Center
The Georgia Parental Information and Resource Center (PIRC) provides information and resources that we hope you will find useful in your role as the primary educator of your children.  There is valuable information here about the federal No Child Left Behind legislation and what it specifically means to your child or children, the schools they are attending, and the local school district.  For example, if your child is attending a low-performing school, you may be able to get free assistance for tutors or other supplemental education services. You will find tips that may prove useful when talking with teachers or school officials.  If you have younger children, we have great advice regarding book selection and effective ways to read with them.  If you want to get more involved at your child's school, you will find some interesting ways to do this that fit your schedule and interests. Visit the Georgia Parental Information and Resource Center at 600 West Peachtree Street, Suite 1200, Atlanta, GA 30308 or visit the website at www.georgiapirc.net.

Toda la información está disponible en Español. Oor favor contacte el número teléfonico:237-2267 para pedir  la información en Español.