Putnam County Elementary School is a Title 1 Reward School

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  • Early Release Date:

    Friday, December 15

    Dismissal: 11:30

     

  • Winter Break:
    December 18 -January 3

    Students return: January 4

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EARLY RELEASE AND WINTER BREAK INFORMATION

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Early Release Date: December 15

Front Office Check-Out Ends at 11:15

 Dismissal Time: 11:30

Winter Break:

December 18-January 3, 2018

Students return: January 4

Happening NOW!

December 11th - 15th

7:45-2:45 Daily

Parent Calendar Survey

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Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback to our school for the development of the 2018 – 2019 and 2019 – 2020 school calendars. Please select the answer for each question that most closely represents your opinion for that question. Please know your opinion matters and will further be shared with the members of the PCES School Governance Authority (SGA) for submission to the superintendent. Final approval of the school calendars will be voted on by the local board and published at a later date.

Transportation Changes

                    TRANSPORTATION CHANGE INFORMATION

Fill out a Transportation Note  if there is any changes in your child’s transportation.

Transportation notes must be turned in by 1:30 PM

 Contact Veronica Lawson for more information: 

veronica_lawson@putnam.k12.ga.us

School: 706-485-5312

School Fax: 706-923-2808

Teacher of the Year



Mrs. Jennifer Harper
PCES 2017-2018
Teacher of the Year
Congratulations!!

9/11

 

Putnam County Elementary School commemorated the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the United States of America by lining up to show their support of our country. Each grade level dressed in a specific color to form the “USA” outline to show unity.  As a display of loyalty to the members of the military and the emergency and rescue personnel of Putnam County and in memorial to the victims of that tragic day, the students placed their hands over their hearts as the picture was taken. We would like to thank parents for supporting this exercise in patriotism and extend appreciation to the staff of The City of Eatonton for providing the resources to make the picture possible.