Principal's Message

  • Mrs. HallGreetings Parkside Families (updated 5/16/2022),

    I hope that all of you have had an amazing week.  We made it through another full week and completed the FSA testing for grades 3 and 4.  Next week we are on to 5th grade Science.  These assessments will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 17th and 18th.  Please remember if you have a 5th grader he/she needs to be in school on these days so they can test with their class.  Also, please have them get a good night's rest, eat a healthy breakfast and arrive at school on time.  We want to give the best set up for success. Next week, the PTA will begin their Spring Book Fair.  Students will have the opportunity to visit the book fair during the week at their assigned time.  You may send in a form already filled out with books you would like your child to purchase or you can send them in with money to spend how they would like.  This is always a great way to restock with some new books for summer reading.  Please help support our PTA by purchasing some books.  If you can volunteer as a parent please check out this link remember we are just a few weeks away from the end of this school year and there are a lot of fun activities that will take place that we want your children to be involved in.  Some of our children's behaviors have started to become unacceptable and we will be following through with consequences which could include losing out on some special privileges.  Also, we have seen a lot of students on campus with cell phones being used inappropriately.   Students are not allowed to be on apps like Tik Tok or Snap Chat during the school day.  Some of our students are making these videos during class time.  I encourage you to check your child's social media accounts and see what is taking place.  It is important to stay involved in who and what they are doing on these devices, especially at this age. Wishing you all a great weekend and Thanks for being a part of Parkside Where we small hands can change the world in a BIG way. 

    Laneia Hall, Principal