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Extraordinary Learning in the Lower School

Children in the Lower School have exhibited exceptional academic growth in the past year! Most Kindergarten youngsters were reading by the end of year, some at a first or even second grade level. The Metropolitan Achievement Test confirmed that the…

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Teddy Bear Tea Party

“T” is for teddy bear and tea party. The Chatham Parkway Pre Kindergarten students were cordially invited to a Teddy Bear Tea Party on September 28, 2010. The children sampled hot tea and enjoyed teddy grahams for afternoon snack. Each…

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“Reading Counts!”

Today Lower School students were recognized for their efforts with the Reading Counts program. Reading Counts is a fun way to improve students' reading comprehension skills. Students read books on their grade level or higher and take a multiple choice…

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Mystery Reader

"To some people I’m tall; but to others I’m small. I love school so much, that I live at such." Who can this be? Why, Mr. Yancey, of course. Mr. Yancey was the guest Mystery Reader in Mrs. Perry’s 2nd…

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Honors Chapel

A meaningful Honors Chapel Program in the Eckburg Center occurred just before Spring Vacation. The Easter message was given by Rev. Greg Gillespie, the pastor of Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church and father of two SCPS Lower School students. More than…

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Georgia Day

Hundreds of SCPS Lower School students helped bring Georgia history to life on Friday, February 31th.  Dressed as colonists, pilgrims, native Americans, pioneers, and explorers, students paraded across the school grounds and gathered around the flagpole to raise the American and…

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Generations Y and Z

Do you remember the days when a research assignment meant card catalogs, dusty volumes, hours of note-taking, handwritten reports, and hand-drawn posters?  Thanks to your generous support, your children use state-of-the-art technology to accomplish far more impressive results than those…

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Rathbun Wins French Contest

Dillon Rathbun won the DeRenne After School French Vocabulary Contest recently—and won a wire Eiffel Tower as his prize! DeRenne French meets after school on Tuesdays at DeRenne Avenue, and the 1st - 5th Grade French meets after school at Chatham Parkway on Thursdays. PreK…

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Grandparents and Special Friends Day

More than 1,000 grandparents and special friends filled the Chatham Parkway campus and the DeRenne Avenue campus today as Pre-Kindergarten through second grade on both campuses honored these special visitors. After a patriotic salute, as well as the pledges and…

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