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    North Hart Elementary received the Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence Award on Sept. 7, 2017. 

     

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    Breakfast and Lunch Menus are located under the "Parents" Tab.

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  • Attention Parents/Guardians of Virtual Learning Students:

    This message is only for those that have registered their elementary students for virtual learning.

    Names of homeroom teachers will be emailed to parents by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 12. Email addresses provided by parents when registering for virtual learning will be used. If you failed to provide a working email address, reach out to your child’s principal using the appropriate email address below:

    Teacher specific links will be posted on school websites at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 12. The links will contain welcome videos. Please plan to view this critical information.

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  • Kindergarten Camp will not be held this year. Information will be provided to parents during Meet the Teacher night. A date for that will be announced soon.

     

     

    2020-2021 Hart County Charter System
    Instructional Options

    On July 13, 2020, members of the Hart County Board of Education voted to adjust the 2020-2021 school calendar. The first day of school for students will now be August 17, 2020. Specific details regarding school start-up, including open house dates for all schools, will be released in the coming weeks. 

    School will begin with two instructional options: in-person and virtual. The in-person option will comply with guidelines set forth by the Governor and the Georgia Department of Education. Those interested in participating in the virtual option will be required to register. The registration deadline for the virtual option is July 30, 2020. A parent’s decision will be enforced for the entire first semester, which is scheduled to end on December 18, 2020.

    Traditional, In-Person Option

    The in-person option is the default option. If a student is not registered for the virtual option by July 30, he/she will be scheduled for traditional, in-person learning. 

    • This option will follow the Georgia Department of Education’s Path to Recovery.
    • Teachers will begin the year instructing and modeling the use of Google Classroom sites, which offer access to instruction and assignments. This will be vital to your child’s success should the district experience required school closures in the coming months. 
    • Additional processes and procedures will be in place to limit the spread of germs so as to provide safe, engaging learning experiences for all. 

    K-5 Virtual Option

    The K-5 virtual learning option will NOT look the same as the virtual experience offered at the conclusion of the 19-20 school year. Expectations for participation, attendance, and work completion will be similar to the district’s in-person option. Students will participate in five, full school days each week (unless the calendar allows for a holiday). Specific details and training will be shared before this option begins. This option will require a significant commitment from both parents/guardians and students. 

    Important notes regarding K-5 virtual learning: 

    • The Hart County Charter System will staff in-person and virtual learning options with existing teachers. At the elementary level, the teacher assigned to your child may not physically work at your child’s zoned school. For example, a first grade teacher from Hartwell Elementary may serve first graders from Hartwell Elementary, North Hart Elementary, and South Hart Elementary.
    • The virtual learning commitment will remain in effect for the entire first semester (August through December) and cannot be changed.  
    • Assessments, such as chapter and unit tests, quizzes, MAP benchmarks, etc., may be completed after regular school hours and on school campuses. In such cases, social distancing guidelines will be practiced, and parents will wait outside school buildings for their students.
    • Students will attend and participate in daily, video lessons. Attendance will be taken.
    • Students will complete all assignments provided by teachers.
    • Teachers will provide video-based instruction similar to classroom instruction through their classroom Educam System.
    • Teachers will provide classwork and homework via Google Classroom and other various software programs, and feedback will be provided to monitor students’ progress.
    • Teachers will be available to answer questions during class periods and pre-arranged ‘office’ hours.
    • Parents/Guardians will be responsible for providing reliable internet service.
    • Schools will provide Chromebooks for students in need of a device.
    • Participation grades will not be awarded to students. Grades will reflect academic performance.
    • Students will be responsible for adhering to the procedures and guidelines located in the Hart County Charter System Chromebook Digital Citizenship Agreement and Acceptable Use Policy.

     

    To register for virtual learning, complete the registration form using this link: https://forms.gle/16n8G2ZbUFHkmtvZ9   The deadline of July 30, 2020 will be strictly enforced so as to allow the district to plan accordingly. 

    For Questions, please contact one of the following and or submit your question on to our online form.

    In addition, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions Document for any questions.

     

    Please view the Hart County Charter System website (click for HCSS website) for more information regarding mitigation measures, the decision making matrix, Georgia's Path to Recovery, and our updated system calendar. 

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  • Due to the circumstances with COVID-19, the restrictions still in place under the Governor's Executive Order, and the continued need for social distancing, we want to remind parents that you can review North Hart Elementary's Title I documents on the school's website and provide input in an email to Mrs. Haley Smith, using the input forms also provided on line. The annual Planning Week will not be held this year. Thanks for your continued support and understanding during this unusual time in our community and country.
    Stay safe.
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