Toccoa Elementary

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Welcome to the Media Center

Million Word Readers Lunch

Fourth grade students are challenged to read 1 million words during the school year. We are proud to announce that 12 students achieved this goal. These students were treated to a ride on the "Party Bus" and lunch at Los Amigos as well as a quick stop at Toccoa Falls. Congratulations to Catherine Duong, Elijah Barker, Zoe Weldon, Mackenzie Segars, Jacob Cawthon, Jordan Trimier, Zeph Garner, Charlie Harris, Krishna Patel, Tate Turpin, Sadee Smith, and Sayde Gibby for accomplishing this goal. Thanks to Morgan Concrete and Lanier Clothes for helping sponsor this event.

Bicycle Giveway

Bicycle Giveway

All students who met their AR goals for this semester were entered into a drawing for the bicycles donated by Sheriff Randy Shirley and the Stephens County Sheriff's Department.

Congratulations to Jethro Charicata and Neveah Holland for winning the bicycles.

Pictured are Jethro Charicata, Amy Lee, Media Specialist, Julie Pulliam, Media Clerk, Deputy Sheriff Margaret Fowler,

Dr. Chris Colwell, Principal, and Neveah Holland.

Coding Fun in the Media Center

Valentine/Book Boxes by Team 3:1

Literacy Night

Search Engines for Kids

Yahoo Kids- searches its subject tree of child-safe and popular sites.

Ask for kids - lets students type in questions and then it gathers websites where the answer might be found.

Internet Public Library for kids - lots of online references available.

KidsClick! - a web search engine for kids maintained by librarians. Use search words or use their subject tree of 600 high-quality sites.

ALA Subject Tree - over 700 kid-safe websites organized in a subject tree maintained by the American Library Association.


Amy Lee- Media Specialist Julie Pulliam- Media Clerk

Amy Lee- Media Specialist Julie Pulliam- Media Clerk

SKyler Phillips Wins the Minion Robot!

SKyler Phillips Wins the Minion Robot!

Skyler Phillips is the winner of the Minion robot in the library. Thanks to all the students and parents who participated in the Reading For Education Postcard Project. We collected 291 booklets.

Great Job Toccoa Elementary!