Elementary Alternative Learning Day Assignments Separated by Grade Levels including Sight Word Lists

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Governor Brian Kemp issued an executive order closing all public schools in Georgia through Friday, April 24, 2020. We look forward to seeing students Monday, April 27, 2020. Governor Kemp will make decisions on school closing extensions and plans for the remainder of the school year at a later date.     
Alternative Learning Days continue through Friday, April 24, 2020. Meals to students continue; however, we will pause Alternative Learning Days and meal distribution during spring break (April 6-10). If you have questions or concerns, please contact your child’s school or central office.


Welcome to Katherine B. Sutton Elementary School located in Forsyth,GA. Our school "provides a foundation of excellence for students to be successful in their future pursuits." We do this by "developing high achieving students who are respectful, responsible and safe."

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Readers to Leaders
Join our new Readers to Leaders Program!

We are looking for volunteers who would be willing to give an hour of their time each week to work with students on literacy skills. Our next training for this program will be held Friday, January 10, 2019 at 9:00am in the Board Room at the Monroe County Board of Education. Click on the buttons below for more information or to sign up for the Readers to Leaders program.

Tue Dec 10 08:33 AM

Alternative Learning Days
Alternative Learning Days

Monroe County Schools Board of Education, administration, and staff believe continuity of instruction in the event of the loss of an instructional day, due to weather or other circumstances, is a critical component to our students’ success. Therefore, our schools will provide the opportunity for students to continue to engage in learning on days when school is called off. Students will engage in Alternative Learning Days through reading traditional books, traditional “at home” paper-based assignments, and through use of personal devices, Google Classroom, email, and other electronic and digital media to ensure uninterrupted instruction. Please visit the links under the STUDENT tab at the top of the home page for more information.

Tue Sep 03 09:56 AM