Sand Hill Elementary

Engaging learners for future success.

  • Chromebook Collection

    May 17th  |  Kindergarten [click here for more info]
    May 19th  |  2nd Grade [click here for more info]
    May 20th  |  5th Grade [click here for more info]
    May 23th  |  3rd & 4th Grade [click here for more info]
    May 24th  |  1st Grade [click here for more info]

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District's Vision, Mission, and Beliefs

  • Our Vision

    Engaging learners for future success.

    Our Mission

    Make every moment count because every student matters.

    We Believe

    • student engagement is key to success
    • in high expectations for all
    • that learning is a shared responsibility
    • in supporting the whole child
    • a positive, caring staff makes a difference
    • in safe learning environments
    • everyone should be treated with respect


  • 2022 Annual Parent Involvement Survey for Georgia Families Raising a Student with a Disability 

    Georgia Department of Education, (GaDOE) 

    Division for Special Education  In Partnership With Parent to Parent of Georgia (P2P) 

    Please complete the online survey to make your voice heard. 

    Why are you being asked to complete a Statewide Survey? 

    In order for all students to graduate prepared to achieve a lifetime of success, families need to be an  important part of the school team. It is critical that the GaDOE assist local school systems in partnering  with families to raise the achievement rate for students with disabilities. Completing this survey will  assist in achieving this goal. 

    Who is being surveyed?  

    The GaDOE is surveying parents of students with disabilities throughout Georgia. 

    What will be done with the information collected? 

    GaDOE Division of Special Education will work collaboratively with Parent to Parent of Georgia (P2P), the  statewide Parent Training Information Center, to identify needs in family involvement within the state  and local districts based on statewide survey results. 

    Who will see your answers? 

    Individual answers are kept confidential. Each response will be coded by a number – not a name. 

    How do you complete the survey? 

    You may complete the survey online in English and Spanish at 

    or or 

    Why do you want to know my child’s ethnicity & disability? 

    Geographic area, ethnicity, and disability group data are collected to ensure the results are valid and  reflect the overall demographics of the state. Be sure to indicate ethnicity as requested. 

    Who do you contact for help with completing the survey? 

    Parent to Parent of Georgia at 800-229-2038 / 

    Special Education Help Desk at 404-657-9968 

    You may also call your local school system’s Parent Mentor.  

    To find out if your system has a Parent Mentor on staff, go to

    Parents of students with IEPs
    Completing this State Survey
    Parents of students who receive special education services through an IEP are invited to
    Complete the 2022 Annual Parent Involvement Survey for Georgia Families
    Raising a Student with a Disability
    Q & A
    1. When is the survey open? January 15, 2022
    2. When does the online survey close? May 31, 2022.
    3. Is the Parent Survey available in Spanish? Yes
    4. TAKE NOTE: There are 2 NEW optional questions regarding Assistive Technology.
    Here is the direct link to the survey

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  • Georgia Parent Survey

    School Year 2021-2022

    The Georgia Parent Survey was developed to measure parent perceptions of school climate at your child’s school. Your opinion is very important to us. Your survey responses are confidential and will be combined with the survey responses of other parents at your child’s school to identify areas in need of improvement. It should only take ten or fifteen minutes to complete the survey. Thank you for your time and participation.

    Parent Survey

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  • Jacket weather is upon us!

    Remember to write your child's name in all jackets/hoodies. There are already many jackets/hoodies accumulating in the "lost and found".
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  • LEAP Afterschool