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Here Comes the Bus App

“Is the bus on time?” “Did we miss the bus?” “How much time do we have left to make it to the bus stop in time?” “Oh, it’s raining, cold, and dark. I don’t want my kids to wait at the bus stop any longer than necessary.” Parents often have those thoughts as they are getting their kids ready for school. Mornings can be a stressful time, but the Cobb County School District is taking one worry away from parents. On March 4, the Cobb Schools Transportation Department will roll out the new “Here Comes the Bus” app so parents can track their child’s bus in real-time on a map. The Cobb Schools Transportation Department transports more than 70,000 students via about 1,000 school buses every day. Now

Honoring our Heroes Essay Winners!

Thank you to our PTA for sponsoring this great writing incentive! We had 153 students enter! Please CLICK HERE to visit the PTA website to see all our winners!

One question leads to deeper learning

During a study of famous Americans, our kindergartners wondered how colonial people created ink. That simple question led to research and creating ink from fireplace ash. Today our students used their quills and ink to work on their writing. Did you know that our early Americans thought crow feathers and turkey feather made the best quills?

#sTEAMbuilding

What a wonderful day of STEAM learning! Our students were engaged in projects that connected multiple areas of curriculum. Our kindergarteners researched and build models of habitats with living and non-living things. First and second grade are using drama standards, science of light, elements of stories, and art standards to design and perform a shadow-puppet play. Our third graders are working on designing a tiny school that fits the environment and uses the principles of opportunity costs in their budget. Fourth graders deepened their understanding of climate and weather while working on designing their own planets, and fifth graders are working on a kit that can be used by students i

ECCC PTA Celebration

Special thank you to our ECCC PTA chapter for recognizing our Teacher of the Year, Joni Adams, and our Classified Employee of the Year, Sue Allocca.

Tritt Summer Specialists' Camp 2019!

Specials teachers will once again be offering the best of Visual & Performing Arts, Library Learning Commons & Technology, indoor & outside Games, and Science & Gardening in a summer camp for rising 1st-5th grade Tritt students. Students will be separated by grade and will rotate to each subject throughout the day. Camp will run from May 28th - May 31st from 9AM-3PM each day, for $225. Students can enroll from 3pm-5pm for an additional $50. Payment is due at the time of registration by check to "Tritt Elementary" with "Summer Camp" in the notes. All proceeds will benefit the Tritt Learning Environment. Spaces are limited! https://bit.ly/2tap0ti

Certified Library Learning Commons

We are so proud to announce that our Library Learning Commons has received official certification from the district! We are so proud of Mrs. Bates' and Mrs. Porter's dedication to create a space full of learning, engagement, and HEART. The district presented us with this banner today and read the following: On behalf of the Cobb County School District and the Library Media Education Department, I am proud to announce that Tritt Elementary School is a certified Library Learning Commons. With the leadership of Joanne Bates , the library media specialist, the support of the library media parapro, Kathy Porter , the guidance of the principal, Karen Carstens , and the collaborative efforts o