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STUDENT Grades 3-5
STUDENT Grades K-2
This Week's Events at Partee
Parent Letter - 10/14/2016
Teacher of the Year
Partee Parent & Student Handbook
Click below on the link for more information regarding Title IX
All parents are encouraged to sign up for the parent portal. You will have online access to your student's schedule, attendance, grades, discipline, and much more.
If you need to update your e-mail address for parent portal, you will need to fill out a new parent portal request form in the front office. Due to the sensitive nature of the student information available through parent portal, we cannot make these changes by phone and ask for a valid photo ID.
Resources from the county, including a video to navigate the portal, can be found here.
For more information visit the Georgia Department of Education Web site.
Gwinnett's Communique is Now Online
Accelerated Reader at Partee
The Accelerated Reader Program is a computerized program that tests reading comprehension. Students select books on their reading level, read independently, and take an independent comprehension test on the computer. Each book is worth a certain number of points based on its length and reading level. Students get a percentage of these points based on how many of the test questions they get right. The program tracks their progress over the course of the school year.
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