Tolbert Headlines

  • SWAIM VISITS TOLBERT ELEMENTARY

    We were so excited to have a visit from Morgan Swaim while he was on leave from his post in the United States Coast Guard. Morgan, a former Tolbert Elementary student is always so gracious with his time. Morgan is pictured with Ms. Perez's and Mrs. Wiley's fifth grade class.🇺🇸

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  • OLIVIA SMITH NAMED TOLBERT ELEMENTARY'S SPELLING BEE WINNER!

    Tolbert Elementary hosted their school Spelling Bee on December 11, 2019. Olivia Smith (5th grade) was the overall winner. Gage Sanders (4th grade) was the runner-up. Olivia will now move on to the county Spelling Bee later during the school year. Congratulations to both!!!

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  • TOLBERT ELEMENTARY NAMED APPLE DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL

    Tolbert Elementary School was recognized today as an Apple Distinguished School for 2019-2022. Apple Distinguished Schools are centers of innovation, leadership, and educational excellence that use Apple technology to inspire creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. These schools showcase innovative uses of technology in learning, teaching, and the school environment and have documented results of academic accomplishment.

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  • RANDY WHEAT HONORED FOR COMMUNITY CONNECTION

    Randy Wheat, Maintenance Director for the Town of Resaca, was honored during the November meeting of the Gordon County Board of Education for his Community Connection to Tolbert Elementary School. Mr. Wheat was given a certificate and a gift sponsored by Gordon County Schools’ Partner in Education, North Georgia National Bank. Chris Pierce (not pictured), NGNB President and CEO, was on hand to present the award.

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  • TOLBERT WINS SPINKS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PLAYGROUND FACEBOOK CHALLENGE!

    Spinks Professional Services conducted a Facebook challenge in early October, seeking to reward one school with the most mentions on their Facebook post with a complete playground cleaning and sanitizing. After a month of commenting and nearly 1,500 votes the results were reported that Tolbert Elementary won the challenge. We really appreciate Spinks Professional Services and all who commented to help Tolbert win.

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  • SMITH REPRESENTS TOLBERT AT DRUG DON’T WORK POSTER COMPETITION!

    Congratulations to Presley Smith (4th grader) on representing Tolbert Elementary with her artwork at the Drugs Don’t Work Reception.

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  • Gordon Central High School's Varsity Football Player: Issac Dye Selects Tolbert's Literacy Specialist: Stacy Calvert To Wear His Jersey.

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  • TOLBERT ELEMENTARY RECEIVES ROUND UP GRANT

    Tolbert received a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) grant, compliments of the Operation Round Up grant program. The grant is based on the generosity of North Georgia EMC (NGEMC) members who participate in Operation Round up. We are truly grateful for the community members who participate in Operation Round Up and appreciate their continued support of our school. Pictured L-R. Mrs. Sket Angland, Tolbert Principal and Mr. Bryan Childers, North Georgia Electric Membership Foundation

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  • DOOLEYS REPRESENT TOLBERT AT UNITY RUN!

    Congratulations to Lilly Dooley for placing third and Olivia Dooley for placing first in their respective age groups at the Calhoun Unity Run on Tuesday, September 24th. Tolbert is proud of both sisters.

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  • MALLORY PARRIS SELECTED AS TOLBERT ELEMENTARY’S 2019-2020 TEACHER OF THE YEAR!!!

    Please join Tolbert in congratulating Mallory Parris on winning teacher of the year!!! Click the link above to view excerpts from those who nominated her.

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  • Miss Mills’ Class Receives Flexible Seating

    Miss Mills’ kindergarten class is loving their new flexible seating carpet squares, thanks to Mr. Jimmy Frazier at Kids World Carpet. “We are so thankful,” said Miss Mills. Flexible seating gives students a choice in what kind of learning space works best for them, and helps them to work collaboratively, communicate, and engage in critical thinking.

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  • TOLBERT ELEMENTARY'S FOURTH GRADE SINGS NATIONAL ANTHEM

    The Tolbert Elementary School Fourth Grade Chorus sang The Star-Spangled Banner at the beginning of the Rome Braves Baseball game against Greenville Drive on Thursday, May 9th at State Mutual Stadium in Rome, Georgia.

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  • Debra Avery named Cintas' Custodian of the Year!

    Congratulations to Debra Avery, head custodian at Tolbert Elementary, for being named Cintas' Custodian of the Year. Debra was anonymously nominated and won the contest to honor the best-of-the-best amongst school custodians. Debra was surprised today with a prize package and a gift card.

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  • Tolbert's Teacher of the Year Celebration!!

    Mrs. Mallory Parris was celebrated by her Tolbert Elementary peers on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 for being named TOTY. She also received a $100 check from PTO as a small token of appreciation!!

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  • COLOR RUN

    Tolbert's faculty, staff, and some students participated in GCHS Skills USA 3rd-annual Color Run on Tuesday. A great time was had by all! Proceeds raised will be donated to the We Belong Project of Calhoun, which was founded to provide resources and host events for those with special needs in our community.

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Announcements

  • On January 15, 2020 English Language Learners will begin taking the ACCESS test. The ACCESS test measures the student’s progress in listening, speaking, reading, and writing English language skills.

    For Test Practice for ACCESS for ELLs click the following link:

    On January 15, 2020 English Language Learners will begin taking the ACCESS test. The ACCESS test measures the student’s progr

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  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindergarten registration for the 2020–2021 school year will begin January 21st and will end on February 14th. Parents: please bring your child for a quick diagnostic test while you fill out the student information card. The parent will need to provide: 1) a current proof of residence (water bill, power bill, tax notice, lease agreement), 2) an updated Georgia shot record, 3) an updated eye, ear, dental form, 4) social security card (we can make a copy), and 5) a birth certificate (we can make a copy). Registering during this time helps our school system prepare for our student:teacher class size. If your child is currently enrolled in Tolbert pre-k, you DO NOT have to register your child, they will be automatically rolled up.

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  • YearBook

    YEARBOOK PRE-SALE is from January 13th- March 6th, 2020. The pre-sale price will be $20.00! After March 6th, the price will increase. 

    We will accept cash or check. All checks should be made out to Tolbert Elementary. If you are paying with cash, you will need to send exact change with your student.

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  • Online Learning Parent Letter 

    Online Learning Parent Letter

     

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    For Gordon County Schools’ announcement on Vaping Conduct Violations, please visit gcbe.org/vaping

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  • ORU grants are made possible by NGEMC members who round up their bill to the next dollar amount. Each year, ORU contributes a

     

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