This survey is a Georgia Department of Education initiative, for the parents of students who receive special education services (has an IEP) in public school systems in Georgia. Please take the time to complete the survey by May 15, 2018! Thank your for your participation.
Please make certain that your KINDERGARTENER or 1ST GRADER has an extra set of clothes at school at all times. Please put the clothes in a ziploc bag for the child to keep in his/her classroom cubby or backpack. The little ones tend to have spills, get dirty, or have accidents that require a change of clothes. Thanks for your help and consideration in this matter.
Meet the Administration
Meet the administrative team at South Effingham Elementary School. Pictured from left to right: Jessica Javo-Instructional Supervisor/Assistant Principal, Anna Barton-Principal, Pat McDaniel-Assistant Principal. These ladies are strong leaders and excellent role models for the SEES staff. Their hard work and dedication to the school, parents, students, and staff definitely shines through in all situations. Thank you Mrs. Barton, Mrs. McDaniel, and Mrs. Javo for all that you do to make South Effingham Elementary Mustang Strong!
Great news! South Effingham Elementary School is a Georgia Beating the Odds School. So what does that mean? The Beating the Odds analysis predicts a range within which a school’s CCRPI (College and Career Ready Performance Index) score is statistically expected to fall – given the school’s size, grade cluster, student mobility, and student demographics. If an individual school’s actual CCRPI is above the predicted range, then that school beat the odds. With a CCRPI score of 89.2, SEES beat the odds. Way to go students, teachers, staff, and parents!
"Thirty minutes of physical activity - every day,every school,
every child in Georgia."
important dates, files and information on the 4-H educational program