Magee Elementary Leadership Team
Dr. Paul Lawrence, Principal email@example.com
Cindy Allbritton, Asst. Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
Ruth Allen, Counselor email@example.com
Darla Huffman, Lead Teacher firstname.lastname@example.org
TITLE I MEETING FOR MAGEE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
There will be Title I meeting on Thursday, May 18th @ 5:00 in the Multi Purpose Building/Gym. If you have any questions, please call 601-849-3601.
CAFETERIA INSTRUCTION FOR CASH PROCEDURES:
These are our cash procedures:
The CDC is recommending that we do not exchange monies during meal
servings. Parents can pre-pay on myschoolbucks.com or they can send money with their student to school. If a child brings money for meals to school, it must be in a sealed envelope with the child' s name, teacher name and amount of money enclosed in the envelope. A lunch money drop-box will be provided at the front entrance of the school for students to drop their money in each morning. The money will be retrieved from the lock box by 8:30 am and posted to the child's account before lunch. Parents may not bring money to the cafeteria.
Quick Tutorial about Power School and Google Classroom
This is a video provided by Magee Elementary to help give guidance to parents.
It is a quick tutorial about PowerSchool and Google Classroom.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COUNCIL MEETING
Come And Join Us For The MEETING TIME : FEB 20th @ 6 O'CLOCK A LIGHT MEAL WILL BE PROVIDED COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COUNCIL MEETING.
The purpose of CECs is to implement community-based support for schools and districts implementing improvement plans to improve outcomes for learners. The council will be meeting to elect new leadership, discuss school improvement funding, ARP homeless grant, student attendance, student handbook, college and career readiness, MS Succeeds
TITLE I MEETING
There will be a Title I Meeting on Monday, February 13th at 8:30 in the Multipurpose Room. Everyone is invited to attend.
2022 NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS!!!NAEP TESTING
Our school has been selected to participate in the 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress, also known as NAEP. It is the largest continuing and nationally representative assessment of what students across the country know and can do in a variety of subjects. Some of our 4th graders have been selected to take math and reading assessments. To those who have been selected for this important test, you have all of our support, and we have NO doubt that you will represent us well!! Thank you in advance for your involvement.