LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
The last day of school at South Floyd Elementary for K-8th grade students will be on Monday, June 3rd  

The last day of school for Head Start students will be on Thursday, May 30th

No School on Tuesday, May 21st due to Election Day!
No School on Monday, May 27th due to Memorial Day Holiday!

KPREP TESTING
Students in 6th, 7th and 8th grades will be taking the state required KPREP Tests on May 14th through 20th.
Students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grades will be taking the KPREP Tests on May 22nd through 29th. 
Students need to attend school and be on time for school on KPREP Testing Days!


8TH GRADE GRADUATION CEREMONY
South Floyd Elementary 8th Grade Graduation Ceremony will be on Friday, May 31st at 6:30 PM in the school gymnasium.


ROGERS EXPLORERS
Congratulations to Jada Johnson and Jayla Little for being selected to participate in the 8th Grade Rogers Explorers Academic Summer Program!  We had several students apply but only two were chosen from our school.

4H STATE FAIR
Congratulations to Zoe Cornett for advancing to the State Fair in August in the 4H Competition for Cooking!

SUMMER CAREER CAMP (June 10th-13th, 2018)

Middle School Students will travel each day to the Floyd County Area Technology Center (formerly known as Garth) to explore a variety of technical careers. Students will explore careers such as Welding, Carpentry, Automotive repair, and Medical Assisting programs! Everyday the students will learn through hands-on activities & learn basic first-aid! In welding students will weld a Shepherd’s Hook. In Carpentry students will build a Flower bed. In Automotive repair students will learn how to change a tire, check oil, & basic automotive components. It will be a great opportunity for students interested in Technical Careers!

(Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 2:00pm)

**Please complete registration form with Ms. Hyden, After School Program Coordinator, on the FIRST day camp drop off!  Parents MUST bring child the first day so registration is completed & transportation can be provided.



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SFES Upcoming Events

Principal Brook Moore

Superintendent Adkins announces that Brook Moore is the new principal for South Floyd Elementary as of January 2019!

Adkins comments, “We’re excited to have Brook move into this role. She has been part of the administration there for the last few years and knows the students, the school and the community and they know her. Brook makes an impression on people. She’s very passionate and dedicated to doing the best job possible for students.”

Brook has been an educator for over fourteen years. She began her career teaching elementary students at John M Stumbo Elementary. She’s been part of the administration at John M Stumbo Elementary and then South Floyd Elementary for the last few years. Serving as a school council member, sponsoring the Honors club and coaching volleyball and basketball are just a few of the additional roles Brook has had.

Moore comments, “I’m happy to say that I’ve never looked at my career in education as a job. It’s always been terrific to get to go to school to help and teach students. My attitude is that on the very best days, you get to see that you are helping change lives and the future. On the not so great days, you just have to try harder because kids need us.”

Adkins concludes, “There’s many reasons why Brook will be a great principal, but the heart she has for children stands out as the most important. Brook is a great example of how building relationships with kids first is a top priority. She loves the kids and I’m pretty sure they now it.”

Brook is married to Robert and they live at Minnie with their daughters Aubree and KayCee.

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