Saint George Elementary
-An Award Winning School-
CHOOSE AND RETAIN
St. George Elementary School has been named a High-Progress Reward School by the Georgia Department of Education. A High-Progress School is a Title I school among the 10% of Title I schools in the State that is making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years on the statewide assessments. In the Okefenokee Regional Educational Services Area (RESA), only nine schools were recognized.The RESA area includes all of the schools in Atkinson, Bacon, Brantley, Clinch, Charlton, Coffee, Pierce, and Ware counties. Congratulations to Mrs. Crews and the entire faculty, staff, students, and parents of SGES!!!
St. George Elementary is a small elementary school, grades Pre-K through 6
St. George Elementary offers, along with a strong academic program,
choral music, band, P.E., music and computer education.
The school is accredited by G.A.C.
The Mission of St. George Elementary School is to provide exemplary teaching to all learners, improve curriculum mastery, and ensure a climate of success, trust, and safety among all stakeholders in order to leave no child behind.
All learners have needs, wants, desires, and expectations - social, emotional, physical and intellectual.
All children can learn.
All children should be shown that they have worth.
Listening to children validates their worth.
Teacher enthusiasm and a supportive family are essential in learning for
students' self esteem and motivation.
While learning occurs at all levels, effective learning occurs when the learner
accepts responsibility for learning, is motivated from within, and when
subject matter is relevant.
All children need flexibility in levels of instruction.
The learning environment must be comfortable, non-threatening,
aesthetically appealing, appropriately structured, and free of
sarcasm both for teacher and student.
Technology is necessary in the educational process.
Learning is a continuous, life-long process.
Please click on the link at the very top of the page to
access Powerschool Parent Portal.
Also, parents can click on the link below to
learn more about Parent Portal for Power School.
Congratulations to Mrs. Shelley Vignola for being chosen as the St. George Elementary School Teacher of the Year! Shelley is serving her 22nd year in the field of teaching and is a wonderful educator who exhibits the principles of exemplary teaching practices.
Shelley has been involved in many aspects of school life here at SGE. She has served on numerous committees and is currently serving as the SST/ RTI Coordinator, Starlight Twirler Coordinator, WSGE Newsteam Coordinator, Box Top Coordinator, Parent Involvement Coordinator, School Leadership Team member, Gifted Teacher and Third Grade Teacher.
She has been a Kindergarten teacher for 19 years, a First Grade teacher for one year, the RTI teacher for one year and this year she is teaching Third grade.
The Starlight Twirlres have been a major contribution to the girls of the St. George community. Shelley has been teaching baton lessons for the past 19 years and has represented the school in the All Star Classic baton competition bringing home more than 6 first place trophies.
Shelley Vignola is a person of excellent moral character and displays professional ethics befitting a person selected as Teacher of the Year. Our small rural school is fortunate to have her. She goes above and beyond serving children and families.
computer acceptable use policy to read online.
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/923956/File/Computer Use Policy 2012-13.pdf
Please open and print the last two pages of the policy, sign them
and return them to your child's teacher as soon as possible.
modules/groups/homepagefiles/cms/923956/File/Computer Use Forms 2012-2013.pdf