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PBIS Silent Auction & StorePBIS Silent Auction & Store 



The PBIS Silent Auction will be held on Monday, December 11th and Tuesday, December 12th. The auction is for students in grades 3-5.  It will end on Tuesday at 12 Noon.  Students can go visit the tables in the main hallway to bid on items listed on the sheets. Students must have a minimum of 25 Cox Cash and no more than 2 office referrals.  Students will write their name and their teacher's name when bidding.  The bids are subject to increase and they can bid on a maximum of three items, but should not bid more than the cash that they actually have.  Student must have their Cox Cash ready when they pick up the prize that they've won.  


The PBIS Store will be open next week on Tuesday, December 12th and Wednesday, December 13th.  Students can also redeem 25 Cox Cash.

Parent LuncheonParent LuncheonWe invite all parents of Pre-K and 3rd grade parents to a luncheon on Wednesday, December 13th.



3rd Grade will eat lunch at 11:00 AM and Pre-K will eat lunch at 12:00 Noon.  



We would love to see you there!

Be a part of our ELA Workshop Be a part of our ELA Workshop We welcome parents to attend an ELA workshop at 10:00 AM on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 in the school cafeteria.  This is for parents that have students in the second, third, and fourth grades.  Our academic coaches will inform you of what is being learned in the classrooms and how you can be a part of their learning at home.  
Staff Shout Out!  Staff Shout Out! Ms. Debra Osby and Mr. Nate Madison worked very hard to put together the Christmas tree in the cafeteria.  We appreciate your hard work and the tree is beautiful!  
Winter Garden PreparationsWinter Garden PreparationsStudents from Mr. Brandon Medley's class are working hard to get the vegetable garden ready for winter planting.  Students from all grade levels will be planting seeds in the coming weeks.  
Morris wins Colquitt EMC Bright Ideas GrantMorris wins Colquitt EMC Bright Ideas GrantMs. Tirzah Morris (center) applied for the Colquitt EMC Bright Ideas Grant and was awarded $1,000 to use in her classroom. She is pictured with her kindergarten class at Cox Elementary.  “Bright Ideas awards teachers money for innovative lessons and projects to energize students learning abilities” (Colquitt EMC, 2013). 
PBIS Pep RallyPBIS Pep RallyStudents at Cox Elementary had a PBIS pep rally.  Representatives from each class displayed their class pledges.  Special visitors included cheerleaders from Colquitt County High School and guest speaker, Dr. Irma Townsend, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services.  She applied the three R’s – Responsible, Respectful, and Ready to the real world.  PBIS stands for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.  It is funded by the US Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs and its purpose is to “improve thee effectiveness, efficiency and equity of schools and other agencies” (PBIS.org, 2017).
Punch at Lunch Punch at Lunch Students from Ms. Suzi Hancock’s class are enjoying Punch at Lunch, a PBIS incentive for the month of August.  Approximately 364 students redeemed their Cox Cash for the acknowledgement.  
2017-18 Theme2017-18 ThemeOur school theme for the 2017-18 school year will be Wild About Learning. It will be so exciting to see the hallways and bulletin boards decorated with colorful jungle and wild animal décor.
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