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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:

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Supply Lists by Grade

3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade
 *No.  2  Pencils  (preferably Ticonderoga)

*Wide Ruled Notebook Paper


*Cap erasers

*3 ring Notebook, Folders, or Spiral Notebook (Student Preference)


*Book bag

*Expo Markers

*Composition Notebooks




*Colored Pencils

*Box of Tissue

*Computer Paper

*Paper Towels

*Ziploc Bags


NOTE:      NO Trapper Keepers

#2 Pencils

Highlighters (optional)

TWO Composition Notebooks (wide-ruled, NO SPIRALS) for Science/Social Studies and English Language Arts

ONE 1-subject spiral notebook for Math

Pencil Pouch

Crayons or Colored Pencils (optional)

Glue Sticks (optional)

Wide Ruled Paper


Three Ring Binder

Dividers for Binder


Kleenex/ Tissue


 3 -" 3-Ring Binders




2 red pens

2 pack Expo markers


1pack of glue sticks

Fiskar scissors

3 Packs of Dividers

Colored pencils

Markers (Fine Point) (No Sharpies)

Loose leaf paper (Several Packs)

3-Composition books (No Spirals)

Flash Drive

Pencil Pouch


SES Dress Code

We believe that students learn best in an environment that is free from distracting elements and influences. Students at all times should observe the rules governing body cleanliness, neatness of appearance, and good grooming. Students must wear shoes at all times. We ask that girls please not bring pocketbooks to school.

Children should come to school in clothing that is comfortable and suitable for all school activities. (Tennis shoes should be worn for P.E.)


Students should not wear:

Spaghetti straps

Mesh or see-through tops or bottoms

Cut-off or midriff tops


Bicycle shorts

Tights or leggings

Short shorts

Mini skirts or short skirts

Shirts too short to cover the tops of shorts or pants when seated

Hats in school building (with the exception of hat days)

Jeans, pants, etc. hanging below waist exposing undergarments; no holes in jeans or pants


Clothing which alludes to or portrays profanity, suggestive phrases, alcohol, or tobacco drug advertisements


Students need to dress appropriately. We request that shorts be mid-thigh or longer in length. Our main concern is that students can study and learn without fear of ridicule, comments about their clothing, or embarrassment. Parents will be called if students are dressed inappropriately.

Spread the Word
SES is participating in a rally to stop the use of the R-word - Retarded. Here is our Public Service Announcement made by students! #Rword

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Online Research

Online Media Center Catalog

Internet Safety Activities for Kids

Important Information
Click below for printable documents

Student Handbook
 Parent Involvement Plan-Revised
 School Improvement Plan   
  School-Student-Parent Compact
 School Supply Lists    

  Spanish Escuela Elementar de Swainsboro   
School-Student-Parent Compact- Spanish
Parent Resource Center

 Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) & Ebola

As you are likely aware, the United States has been experiencing a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) associated with severe respiratory illness that has been especially harmful to children.  At the same time, you and your communities may also have questions about the Ebola virus.  To address both public health concerns, the U.S. Department of Education and our federal health partners have a number of informational resources to share with you.
Almost all of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-confirmed cases this year of EV-D68 infection have been among children.  Many of the children had asthma or a history of wheezing.  Many parents continue to be worried about the outbreak and want information about what they can do to prevent illness and protect themselves and their families.  The CDC has developed information and resources for parents about EV-D68.  Please help us to address parents’ questions and concerns and make them aware that these resources are available.
Below are CDC resources about EV-D68 developed for parents:
Special Information
 Photo ID is now required to sign a student out of school early. Thank you for understanding that this is for the safety of our students. 

 SES Students may be dropped off out front between 7:15 and 7:55 each morning. After 8:00 a student is considered tardy.

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  • Principal
    Valorie Watkins
  • Assistant Principal
    Rossie Wiggins
  • Contact Us
    258 Tiger Trail, Swainsboro, Ga 30401
    478-419-1164 - fax

The 2015-2016 Teacher of the year for SES is Mrs. Haley Brantley.

Mrs. Brantley teaches 3rdgrade. Thanks for all you do for SES!

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.