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Points of Pride


State Superintendent of Schools, Richard Woods Visits Pointe South Elementary

The State Superintendent of Schools, Richard Woods recognized Pointe South  Elementary for their achievement of a 25% increase in Reading. Mr. Woods presented the PSE principal Dr. Dixon with a banner signifying their accomplishment as Literacy Leaders. We want to congratulate the 3 grade teachers and their students for this achievement.

The impact of this recognition to our 3rd graders encourages them to strive for excellence not only in reading but in all of their academic goals. 

Real Men Read

During Read Across America Week, PSE fathers along with male role models of our community came out to read to the students. The event promoted a love of reading with a focus on positive male role models in the classroom. 

Real Men Read provided an opportunity for students to see their male role models in a positive setting participating in activities that promoted reading. This event also encouraged students to be more social and strive to demonstrate positive behaviors in school.

Hear Our Voices Winners

This year we were honored to have 2 amazing winners from the district's Hear Our Voices Literary Competition. Josiah Jackson and Matthew Hollis. Josiah Jackson captivated the judges with his remarkable speech on AI winning first place in the Spoken Word division. Josiah's speech will be published in the Hear Our Voices 2024 Literary Magazine.  Matthew Hollis displayed his creative writing skills to take 3rd place in the Young Georgia Authors Regional Competition Poetry division. 

Through this competition the students' accomplishment displays the importance for literature and creativity from an early age. This competition impacted our winners and their peers to continue to have a love for literature throughout their educational journey.

Kidadah Project Annual Father/Daughter and Mother/Son Dance

The Kidadah Project, a girls mentoring program, hosted their annual father/daughter and mother/son dance in February. Our students and their escort enjoyed an evening of fellowship and dancing making memories to last a lifetime. 

The event promotes an opportunity to foster a positive relationship with families and encourages social and professional behaviors within the school.

CCPS Art Winner

Congratulations to  Pai'Shence Jenkins, a 2nd grade student who placed third place in the 2D category of the CCPS Art Competition. Pai'Shence artwork was on display at the All County Reception at the PAC on April 17th.

Art instruction engages young learners through imaginative activities that can lead to helping them develop fine motor skills, problem solving techniques and to show appreciation for different types of art through the creative work of others.