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  • to know the professional qualifications of their child's teacher(s) including the degrees and certifications held, and whether the teacher is certified in their respective area of instruction.
  • to know the school improvement status of the school.
  • to know the level of achievement of their child in each area of the state assessment.
  • to know if their child has been assigned, or has been taught for at least four consecutive weeks, by a teacher who does not meet the highly qualified definition.
  • to be involved in the planning, writing policies/plans on parent involvement, and  implementation of the parent involvement program at the district and school level
  • to training that affords you with substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in your child's education

Parent Information
  1.  Parent Leader
  2.  Homeless Procedures and Guidelines
  3.  Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  4.  Parents Right to Know
       Parents Right to Know - Spanish
  5. Assessment Security Notice
  6. Fraud Prevention - Board Policy-DIE

Complaint Procedures

School-Parent Compact
  • Smiley Elementary School - Spanish

Parent and Family Engagement Policy

Parental Involvement Plans
  • Smiley Elementary School - Spanish

School Improvement Plans

Title I School Improvement Plans

Title I School Brochures

Dana Green
Parent/Family Engagement Coordinator
Homeless Liaison
Office No.:  545-7841
Helpful Websites

A Parents guide to New Tests in Georgia

For more information on Georgia's new assessments, visit:

For More information on College and Career Ready Performance Standards, visit:

Here is a public practice site for the new Georgia Tests - End-of-Grade and End-of-Course

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Georgia Milestones Assessment System

Preview a video available on the Georgia Milestones website at:
Helping parents understand the new testing procedures in the State of Georgia. 

Georgia Milestone Basics
Georgia Milestone Basics Spanish

Middle School Matters!
A Guide to Middle School Transition.
Click on various links for valuable resources on helping your child make the transition into middle school.
A Guide to Kindergarten Transition.
Click on link for valuable resources on helping your child make the transition into school.

Parent Toolkit is an award winning resource from the NBC News team that helps parents navigate their child’s journey from Pre-Kindergarten through High School. They have recently unveiled their first series of original Parent Toolkit videos. The site is also full of all kinds of resources like growth charts, tips, guides, and even Parent Toolkit app. All of the pieces in the first series are available in both English and Spanish.
High School is Happening….
A Guide for FAMILIES on
High School Transition!
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generates a personalized reading list  tailored to a students interests and reading level
provides free access to a library of more than 8,000 enhanced digital books with multimedia supports
Georgia Public Library Service offers a searchable catalog of books for kids by specific subject
This website is an informational resource for parents, students, teachers and staff with a goal to provide relevant, accurate and timely information.  Please feel free to email the webmaster if you have any updates, changes, broken links, or recommendations for improvement.

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P.O. BOX 428  |   468 S. MCDONALD STREET   |   LUDOWICI,  GA   31316
TEL:  (912) 545-2367   |   FAX:  (912) 545-2380
Parent Tips: How to Help Your Child Prepare for Standardized Tests

Standardized tests currently play a major role in the United States public schools. Your child may take one or more standardized tests during the school year, and your child's teacher may spend class time on test preparation throughout the year. As a parent, there are a number of ways that you can support your child before and after taking a standardized test, ... read more