Cox Elementary School

The Standard for Student Achievement

Mrs. Pam Canty, BRAVO WinnerMrs. Pam Canty, BRAVO WinnerWe would like to congratulate our BRAVO winner, Mrs. Pam Canty. Mrs. Canty is our first grade paraprofessional as well as our Title I Parent Coordinator. She is a hard-worker, always willing to go the extra mile, and is a rockstar to everyone she works with. Mrs. Pam, we are so proud of you and are so thankful for everything you do for the students, parents, teachers, and administrators at Cox Elementary School!
Emory Migrant VideoPlease watch this video from Emory University. Each year, our school hosts migrant summer school and these students receive preventative healthcare from nursing students and faculty members from Emory. We are appreciative of these hard-working migrant farm workers and these healthcare professionals who take care of them.



Mrs. Bishop invited to Fudge-a-ManiaMrs. Bishop invited to Fudge-a-ManiaAfter reading Fudge-a- Mania by Judy Blume, students from Mrs. Hale class finished their lesson with a slice of fudge brownie. Assistant Principal Meg Bishop was invited to a slice.
Picnic on the Playground Picnic on the Playground

The students of Cox Elementary came back to the 2018-19 school year with a big surprise:  a brand new playground! To celebrate the new playground, students and their parents, along with stakeholders and members in the community were invited to a Picnic on the Playground event.  Guests were treated to hotdogs and other refreshments. Many families enjoyed watching their children play on the new equipment, dance, and other outdoor activities. Great times were had by all in attendance.  


Top row (L-R):  Teachers Ashley Dean, Marcie Tadlock, Pamela Ferguson and others worked hard assembling hotdogs; Teacher of the Year Carissa McKinney posed with students, Tnyha Young and Ja’Riah Armster; Skylar Key and her brother Eric were the first  students to enjoy the new slide. Middle row: The new playground with a swing set and slides was added over the course of the summer. Bottom (L-R): Teacher Heather Grantham enjoyed a nice swing with Skylar Key; Ka’den Huckaby and his little sister enjoyed the picnic refreshments;  many students and their families enjoyed the much anticipated playground.

Learning Takes You PlacesLearning Takes You PlacesOur theme for the 2018-19 is Learning Takes You Places (Geographical Places, Travel, Adventures). Each grade level has chosen a continent and each classroom should choose a specific country within that continent. Please see the linked document for information about your grade level's continent.
Ice Cream for SaleStudents can purchase ice cream for $1.00 at lunch starting Thursday, August 8.
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