Clayton Reads Summer Reading 

Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) is proud to encourage summer reading! Through a partnership with the Clayton County Public Library, CCPS is enhancing Clayton READS at Home by selecting free eBooks for our Summer Reading suggestions available at Students are encouraged to take three easy steps to continue reading this summer: 

1) Select books of interest from our Summer Reading Lists, 

2) Complete the Summer Reading Challenges Log, and 

3) “Show what you know” by taking an Accelerated Reader quiz at (Grades K to 8 only) 

Clayton County Public Schools is dedicated to providing a high quality and challenging education for our leaders of tomorrow.  We believe every child can learn, and we are committed to providing the resources and efforts necessary to ensure that your child is successful.


We are pleased to offer a Virtual Summer School Program in the subject areas of math and reading. This remediation program has been designed to offer additional assistance in skills and strategies students need to excel.



·         Program dates are Jun 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24 from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

·         Students must have access to a device (Laptop, tablet, etc.)

·         Students must have access to internet access

Registration Links for Virtual Summer School:

Virtual Summer School Student Registration - Spanish
Virtual Summer School Student Registration - Vietnamese 

If you need assistance with identifying mental health resources for your student during school closure, please contact our School Social Worker:

Erika Cuttray, LMSW
470-889-9232 (District cell phone)

This letter serves to provide guidance for Special Education Teachers in regard to school closures starting Monday, March 16, 2020.  Special Education teachers are expected to provide virtual instructional support for students with disabilities. While we are in a “virtual mode” all due dates and timelines should continue to be monitored and addressed, as appropriate. As active employees, teachers should be available during regular work hours to provide clarification for instructional tasks and participation in IEP meetings through virtual mediums (e.g. Google Meet, teleconference). Please make an effort to write and finalize IEPs, Reevaluation Data Reviews (RDR), reevaluations and progress reports, etc. Your Lead Teacher for Special Education (LTSE) will be available to you by phone, email and Google Meet to answer questions and support this process.


Please see the following tasks and information that are included as part of this action plan:


  • Teachers in Co-Teaching settings should be attached to the same Google Classroom as their General Education teacher. Each Google Classroom can hold up to  1000 participants to include teachers and students. The maximum number of teachers is 10; therefore, each section can include both the General Education teacher, Special Education Co-Teacher, and potentially a support teacher/ESOL teacher, etc. as needed. Each teacher can respond to emails or private messages as needed.
  • Special education teachers should communicate with your general education teachers to ensure setup is appropriate and determine who will respond to private messages/emails so that students are receiving support within the classroom.
  • Students in their Google Classroom have access to online tools, assisting technology, and regular accessibility features. Recorded webinars will be available early next week to review these tools and can be shared with parents/students to ensure the proper usage of the recommended tools. Special Education teachers may need to reach out to parents/students via Google Meet to walk them through setting up features so they can have “read aloud” etc.
  • Low Incidence/GAA Teachers are also expected to have set up Google Classrooms. Guidance and example items to post are being sent to teachers to view and consider; however, appropriate student level items should be posted for practice and skill work. Students should be logging in to Unique Curriculum in Student View to support continued student learning. This can be monitored in Google Classroom and Unique Curriculum.
  • IEP Meetings will continue as parents and team members are aligned. We should be able to work on drafting the IEP documents and reviewing documentation. Special Education teachers will be using current classroom data and information in various platforms to draft IEPs and submit for review as they normally would. IEP Meetings can be held via Google Meet (voice or video) or phone/video conference with participation from both the Special Education Teacher(s) and General Education Teacher (of the student) via telephone. Please be proactive and make contact with parents on your caseload (of students with IEPs thru August 31st) to inform them of this possible arrangement and discuss any needs through this model. Let your Lead Teachers know if you have concerns with IEP and other meetings at this time. All participants will sign in on a Google Form (to be provided in the Teacher Support Hub) to document IEP meeting participation.
  • Work to have contact information for General Education Teachers so you can arrange for them to attend your meetings whether it is facilitated via phone conference ( or virtually (Google Meet or Google Hangout). 
  • All employees should be available by email; however, some contracted employees such as Speech Therapists may not be available and working during this school shut down. Related Services personnel will be assigned to support students on a rotational basis and will be assigned to support IEP meetings during this time frame as needed.We will continue to work with you on this as we move forward.
  • All parent contact should be logged in Infinite Campus (IC) and kept on a contact log sheet for reference.
  • Please review your compliance log and GO IEP dashboard for meetings to know what can and should be completed.
  • Case Managers should work to bring past due tasks/items current, including IEPs, finalizing GO IEP documents for meetings that have been held and completing progress reports.
  • If technology accessibility is a concern for you, please let your LTSE know so we can support you in this process.

Thank you for all that you do and your support in this effort. If you have any questions, concerns, or difficulty contacting required participants, please reach out to your school’s LTSE.

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Good Afternoon, 
Thank you for volunteering to dedicate your time, career experience, and professionalism with our students for Career Day on April 3, 2020.  Due to the COVID19 Pandemic, Career Day for Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary School has been postponed until further notice.  If we are able to return to school on April 27, 2020, the tentative date for Career Day will be May 15, 2020, 8am - 12 noon.  Thank you again for your time and consideration.  

Parent Informational Meeting Presentation (3.31.2020)


These are some resources that may be able to assist our families. These companies listed below provide free or low-cost computers for families in need of assistance. 

Everyone On

EveryoneOn is a non-profit organization that provides free or low-cost internet services and computers to low-income families. Simply click 'Find Offers" and click in the boxes that apply to you and your family. The website will then populate with all internet and pc offers. 

PCs for People

PCs for People is a national, nonprofit organization that has provided over 174,000 individuals with PCs by recycling donated computers.  While you can get a computer online, you will be required to provide a photo ID and eligibility document dated within last six months.

Computers With Causes

Computers with Causes offers free computers to families that meet their eligibility requirements.  This is a need-based program which requires you to complete a contact form and describe your need. 

The On It Foundation

On It Foundation provides donated computers at-risk youth and families in need. To qualify for a free computer, you must be a K-12 student in a public school and be on the free or reduced lunch program. In order to apply for the program, parents must submit a letter of request. This letter must explain their specific need and how the computer could benefit the child.

Komputers 4 R Kids

Komputers 4 R Kids provides refurbished computers for no and low cost to students and family with lower incomes. 

With Causes

With Causes offers reused and recycled computers for at-risk youth and families. 

Computer Technology Assistance Corps (CTAC)

The CTAC is a program dedicated to providing refurbished computers to needy individuals, including low-income families. Individuals and families may qualify for a free computer if they’re currently receiving some type of government assistance, like Medicaid or Medicare, food stamps, or cash assistance. If you don’t qualify for free assistance, you may still qualify for a low-priced computer, depending on your income.

King Digital Learning Experience Video

Parents, please take a moment to complete this School Climate Survey
Thank You!

women of clayton county
Dr. Carl Jackson with Women of Clayton County Organization (right) Dr. Barbara Pulliam former CCPS Superintendent and (left) Salima Abdullah-Lankford CCPS Title 1 Academic Coach.  

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 typing club  brain pop  khan academy  starfall  


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