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Bring in your Goods November 18-21
Autumn Leaves
Happy Thanksgiving
No School November 25-29
Yearbooks are on Sale
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Arnold Mill's Teacher of the Year
Casey Wheeler
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CCSD Announces Child Find Efforts Child find logo

The purpose of Child Find is to identify, locate, and evaluate children and youth, who are suspected of having or have a diagnosed disability or developmental delay, in order to provide free appropriate Special Education services.  The Cherokee County School District serves children from age 3 to 21 years old.

Thank You, CCSD School Psychologists! SPAW 2019 Poster

It's National School Psychology Awareness Week! We greatly appreciate all that our CCSD school psychologists do to help our students succeed. #CCSDfam

November Hoofbeat Mustang

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CCSD Schools Score High for School Climate four stars image

Cherokee County School District schools continue to score high among their community members for fostering a positive school climate and culture!

The District earned a four-star average on the five-star scale in the Georgia Department of Education’s annual ratings, which measure how a community views the quality of its school’s culture and character; the highest possible rating is five stars.  The rating is based on a survey of students, parents and teachers; student discipline issue rates; and daily attendance.

5th Grade Yearbook Ads books

Attention all 5th Grade Parents!

Show your 5th grader how proud you are of them by purchasing a recognition ad in the yearbook. The ad will
feature your child’s photo(s), your child’s name, and a personal message written by you!
Photos must be submitted digitally by emailing the teachers below. Do not send in photos with your ad!
The yearbook staff reserves the right to crop photos and edit messages to fit the spaces.
Thanks for helping make the yearbook amazing!!

To purchase an ad for your child,
1. Email photo(s) to Courtney.Allen@cherokeek12.net
2. Complete the order form below and payment of $30.00 and return to:
Arnold Mill Elementary Attn: Staci Kelley
**Make checks payable to Arnold Mill Elementary**

For more information and order form, please open attached PDF.

CCSD Performance Improves and Continues to Exceed State Accountability Scores Elem writing

The Cherokee County School District’s performance has improved, and, for the seventh consecutive year, has exceeded the State’s average College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) accountability system score.

The scores, released today by the Georgia Department of Education, annually calculate student academic achievement and progress.  The School District’s 2018-19 CCRPI average is 83, an increase from 79 the previous year, and exceeding the State average of 76.  Scores at all three levels of CCSD schools also improved from the previous year and surpassed State performance: 86 elementary (77 Georgia); 80 middle (72); 82 high (77). 

We Appreciate Our CCSD School Bus Drivers! bus driver breakfast

October 21-25 is National School Bus Safety Week, and this is also the time we honor our school bus drivers and thank them for the great job they do keeping children safe on the ride to and from school.  Thanks to sponsors Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and the Chick-fil-A restaurants in Cherokee County, CCSD drivers were treated to breakfast on Tuesday and given Chick-fil-A gift cards and a bag of treats.  CCSD schools also held special events or provided tokens of thanks for their drivers. 

September Hoofbeat Mustang

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Summer Reading Made a Splash at the Mill! Mr. Fuller gets hit by water balloon

At the end of the school year, Arnold Mill Elementary School Principal Daniel Fuller and Media Specialist Jacquie Zaski challenged students to read books over the summer.

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