6:30 PM School Board Meeting
6:30 PM School Board Meeting
11:50 AM - 11:59 PM Early Dismissal
12:50 PM - 11:59 PM Early Dismissal
The school doors open at 7:15 each morning for students. Car riders use the Hill Road entrance at the back of the school. After 7:50, Car riders should be brought to the front entrance. At 7:55, students are late and receive a tardy note from the front office. School releases at 3:20.
Eastbrook Middle School Vision
Our students will achieve excellence and be prepared for a successful future.
Eastbrook Middle School Mission
In order to foster in our students the ability and desire to make a positive difference in the world, our mission is to develop citizens who are prepared, respectful, open to learning, who own their choices and know they matter.
I am Eastbrook, We are Eastbrook!
Eastbrook Middle School will begin ACCESS testing on January 22-February 14nd. ACCESS for ELLs 2.0 is an English language proficiency assessment for Grades K–12. The test is administered every year to help school districts monitor the English language development of students identified as English language learners. Make sure your child gets an ample, normal amount of sleep the night before the test. Encourage your child to eat a nutritious and filling breakfast. Make sure he/she is on time (if not early) on the day of testing.
La Escuela Eastbrook comenzará las pruebas de ACCESS del 22 de enero al 14 de febrero. ACCESS para ELL 2.0 es una evaluación de dominio del idioma inglés para los grados K-12. La prueba se administra todos los años para ayudar a los distritos escolares a supervisar el desarrollo del idioma inglés de los estudiantes identificados como estudiantes del idioma inglés. Asegúrese de que su hijo duerma la cantidad suficiente y normal la noche anterior de la prueba. Anime a su hijo a comer un desayuno nutritivo y abundante. Asegúrese de que él / ella llegue a tiempo (si no temprano) el día de la prueba.
We had 4 EMS and 4 VPM teams working together this year from Space Camp to FLL EdCamps, Practice Tournaments and more. Of the 8 teams represented by RAIDER NATION we will be sending 6 to the STATE tournament this year. This is such a great thing for our schools and kids. Our tournament only sends 8 teams on to the next level. So we are really proud to have so many teams representing RAIDER NATION. Probably one of the coolest moments this Saturday was the spontaneous RAIDER NATION cheering that happened as teams from both VPM and EMS ran rounds on the tables and students wanted to support both teams. It was heartwarming.
Click on the link to see who they are!
In Georgia, the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement (GOSA) prepares Georgia’s State, Local, and School Annual Report Cards. The Annual Report Cards contain test results as well as other information relevant to school performance toward the goals of student achievement and school completion. The Report Card is in compliance with both state and federal laws with respect to reporting requirements. GOSA partners with the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) to produce the K-12 Public Schools Reports since much of the data comes from GaDOE.
Whitfield County Schools participates in a gifted screening process each year. The consideration window and nomination for the testing process for elementary and middle schools will begin in January. School personnel and parents may nominate their child for this consideration. Testing will be conducted in February. Please contact your child's school if you have any questions.
The Georgia Student Health Survey 2.0 provides Georgia public schools with a measurement system to satisfy all requirements under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The survey is also used to guide school prevention and intervention programs and for grant funding. The GSHS 2.0 for middle and high school students covers topics such as school climate and safety, graduation, school dropouts, alcohol and drug use, bullying and harassment, suicide, nutrition, and sedentary behaviors. The GSHS 2.0 for elementary students includes school safety and school climate questions.
Whitfield County Schools is one of four recipients in Georgia to receive an Innovative Fund grant from the Governor's Office of Student Achievement. The grant, totaling over 550 thousand dollars, will fund Beyond the Classroom, a program that will serve over 1,500 children and parents throughout the year in Learning Academies, Power Lunches, Summer Literacy Camps, and other literacy events through partnerships with Dalton State College, the Northwest Georgia Healthcare Partnership, and the Northwest Georgia Regional Library.
As of November 1, the Department of Education has published its new financial data reporting tool as required by HB 139. HB 139 required the aggregation and publication of a variety of financial information for all school districts, such as revenue and expenditure data, capital construction costs, recent audits, and similar reports. The reporting system can be found at the link above.