Welcome to Trip Elementary School!
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Early Release Conferences
Early Release Conferences went very well. We recognize the important contributions parents make toward a child's success in school. There is no question about it. Success at school begins at home. Parents are the single most important variable in a child's schooling. Parents model both a silent and spoken language in front of their children daily.
One of the most important components of a good school is the partnership between the school and parents who work together for the best interest of children. The close partnership between home and school is one of the exceptional strengths at Trip Elementary School.
Trip Elementary has a strong tradition of supportive, hard-working parents.
Thanks for partnering with us and ensuring that our students have a strong foundation.
CRCT Tune Update
If you have students attending our afterschool program for CRCT Tune-Up. Please note: Due to the school day being extended 30 minutes each day, the CRCT Tune-up program will also be extended for 30 minutes. Dismissal for car and bus riders will begin at 5:45pm. Thank you for your flexibility.
PTA provided our staff with a delicious lunch on Wednesday! We are very appreciative for the many contributions that our PTA provides to our school.
Many of our teachers had conferences until 7:00 p.m. and this lunch was very much appreciated. We are thankful to our dedicated PTA for taking that into consideration and ensuring our teachers had a well balanced lunch.
We appreciate your support.
Local School Council
To the parents of current 5th grade students
This year there are several positions opening on the Bay Creek School Council. If you are interested in serving on the school council, please send your name and contact information to Barbara Phillips at Barbara_Phillips@gwinnett.k12.ga.us.
We will be holding elections in March. One of the important tasks of the school council is to provide a link between the school and the Grayson community, encourage parent participation within the school and community, provide a school-wide perspective on issues pertaining to the education, and to work to improve student achievement and performance.
Thank you for considering to play such an important role in Bay Creek's future success.
Join us for Skate Night, this Thursday, March 6, from 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
Meet up with friends from school and have a really fun time!
Save The Date
Trip Trivia Night - Thursday, March 20th
Spring Pictures - Thursday, March 20th
Family STEM Night - Thursday, April 17th
GCPS is focused on four major initiatives... initiatives connected to our core business of teaching and learning and to our vision of becoming a system of world- class schools. We encourage you to learn more about these initiatives:
Happy New Year!
Time is flying by, and it is hard to believe that the first semester is over as we embrace a new year. In this new year, our dedication to our students is even stronger. I want to take a moment to express how much I have enjoyed being your principal over the past six months. It has been a remarkable experience to serve and represent one of the best communities and school systems in this great nation.
At Trip, our mission and vision is one that embodies our school’s collaborative environment which recognizes that all stakeholders are important in the education of our students. We’re excited to be entering our 7th year of providing a “world class” education, and we’re confident that this year is becoming one of our best. We hope that as our students and families enter our building, our school climate is one that is positive and engaging.
Trip’s teaching staff is committed to challenging students at the utmost levels of critical thinking. We’re proud to offer a rigorous, standards-based curriculum as the foundation of an instructional program that is both meaningful and engaging. Of course, our powerful learning environment produces prevailing results as measured by annual state and national assessments.
Our teachers are using common planning time to collaborate and evaluate assessment data in order to make the most informed decisions about “next steps” with instruction. They are also working collaboratively to develop school-wide summary assessments. These assessments will evaluate how much students know about accurately summarizing from informational reading and how well they can convey their understanding of informational texts in writing.
We are aware that there is an ever-increasing need for educated adults who have the ability to quickly acquire and apply new knowledge and skills, to problem-solve quickly and accurately, to communicate clearly and effectively, to work in teams, and to use technology with facility and innovation. Therefore, it is imperative that we provide our students with the core skills of critical thinking and creative innovation.
While student achievement is our highest priority, we believe that we are educating the “whole child”. A firm, fair, and consistent behavioral program sets a respectful tone that permeates throughout our school. Our school wide “7 Habits of Happy Kids” program promotes peaceful interactions amongst staff and students through a system of lifelong principles, praise, power and positivity.
Truly, Trip Elementary embodies a team environment that invites participation from all of our school’s stakeholders. We understand the strength and synergy that comes from unifying many people under a single vision of student success. We encourage all families to participate in our programs and in our classrooms; because, together…“WE are Trip Elementary, a school, where learning comes first!
All the best to you and yours in 2014! I am proud to serve you and your family.
Dr. Rukina Walker
Teacher of the Year 2013-14
Congratulations Jennifer geyer...Trip Elementary's Teacher of the Year 2013-14!
Trip Elementary School's mission is to support all students in reaching their full potential.
- We believe collaboration leads teachers in supporting each other for the benefit of student learning and professional growth.
- We believe having high expectations for all students will guide them to reach their full potential as lifelong learners.
- We believe in students learning in an academically challenging environment that promotes critical thinking.
- We believe in meeting the needs of all learners through differentiated instruction.
- We believe in providing a safe, nurturing environment that makes a positive impact in the lives of the children we teach.
- We believe our students learn from dedicated, effective teachers who use standards and data to maximize instructional time.
Trip Elementary School
841 Cooper Road
Grayson, GA 30017
Hours: 8:15am - 2:45pm
Trip ES Accountability ReportAccountability Report Trip ES_Issued 2013-14_FINAL.pdf (1,019.5 KiB)
Student Handbook2013-14_ES_Student_Parent_Handbook-ENG.pdf (2.2 MiB)
Supply ListSupply_List_13-14.pdf (412.7 KiB)
GCPS is focused on four major initiatives, initiatives connected to our core business of teaching and learning and to our vision of becoming a system of world- class schools. We encourage you to learn more about these initiatives: