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Open house for CPS & Pre-K will be:

Wednesday, August 3rd from 3-5:00.

Class Rosters will be posted on the doors coming into the school.  We will let you know when they will be posted closer to the start of the year.

Please check with your child's teacher at Open House concerning Supply Lists, they may want to request a couple of different things.  But the following lists are pretty basic for each grade level. 

Click here to view supply lists for each grade level:

Supply Lists By Grade Level




The Summer Classworks Challenge has begun! 
The students from each grade level with the highest average in each subject and most time on task will be rewarded in August!  Information went home the last week of school regarding website and logins. If you have any questions feel free to email lrheard@cook.k12.ga.us

Every Kid in Georgia Has Access to

8,000 Free Books this Summer

Calling all kids in Georgia!

Start limbering up your fingers, because this summer Get Georgia Reading and myON are delivering more than 8,000 books to your computer and mobile devices that you can access 24 hours a day, every day through Aug. 30. It’s like having your own personal library right at your fingertips.

Hey, parents, teachers, and librarians, we want you to join the fun, too.

You can search from more than 50 different categories and genres, fiction and nonfiction books, picture books, graphic novels, chapter books, titles for struggling and reluctant readers, and Spanish and bilingual titles.

What’s popular so far this year? It looks like Georgia kids favor nonfiction. The top titles are:

  • Scary Ghosts,
  • Great White Sharks: On the Hunt,
  • King of Pop: The Story of Michael Jackson, and
  • Anacondas: On the Hunt.

During summer 2014, Georgians read 3,246 books and spent 845 hours and 11 minutes reading. This year, we’ve already read 8,198 books and spent 1,727 hours reading, and summer break hasn't even started.

The Challenge

Our challenge for you is to light up your community on this heat map:


We’ll keep our eye on who’s reading the most. Cedartown is in the lead right now, with 14,957 sessions (they’re that dark blue dot on the top left of the heat map). Kingsland, Valdosta, Dallas, and Jonesboro hold the number 2 through 5 slots.


To login, please go to www.myON.com and click the red Log in now button.

Enter the following information.  

School Name: Get Georgia Reading, Georgia Campaign for Grade-Level Reading

(Note: DO NOT cut and paste, instead start typing "Get Georgia" and select the school from the drop down menu)

Username:  read  

Password: read  




Cook Primary School Receives 5 Star Rating!

     March 16, 2015 – The Georgia Department of Education today released its first School Climate Star Ratings. The 2014 ratings are based on survey results and data from the 2013-2014 school year.
     School climate refers to the quality and character of school life – the “culture” of a school. A sustainable, positive school climate fosters youth development and student learning, which are essential elements for academic success, career-skill improvement and overall quality of life. The School Climate Star Rating helps determine whether a school is on the right path to school improvement.

     “Research has shown us that school climate has a strong impact on
student achievement,” State School Superintendent Richard Woods said. “The data used to develop the 2014 Star Ratings proves this once again. If your school has a positive climate, it’s giving students the environment they need to learn. You’ll likely see high achievement there – or a school that’s on the right track toward high achievement.” 
     Each school in Georgia received a 1-5 star ratings, with five stars representing an excellent school climate, and one star representing a school climate most in need of improvement.

5-star' schools ranked excellent according to the school climate index;

'4-star' schools ranked above average according to the school climate index;

'3-star' schools ranked average according to the school climate index;

'2-star' schools ranked below satisfactory according to the school climate index, or

'1-star' schools ranked unsatisfactory according to the school climate index.

“Students cannot learn in environments that do not support them,” Superintendent Woods said. “Georgia is committed to measuring the quality of its learning climates, and this aligned approach helps us assess that quality from preschool all the way through 12th grade.”

Click here for more info from Georgia's Dept. of Ed. about School Ratings

Damian Borders is the CPS Student of the Week!
Damian Borders is the CPS Student of the Week!
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COOK PRIMARY SCHOOL   Teacher’s Handbook   2015-2016  MISSION Cook County Schools will provide...

School-Parent Compact Cook Primary School School Year 2015-2016 Dear Parent/Guardian,   Cook Primary School...

ConvenioEscuela-Padres Escuela Cook Primary 2015-2016 Estimado padre / Guardián, La Escuela Cook Primary,...

Please click here to review the 2015 Consolidated Application.   Suggestions may be sent to Laural Heard at lrheard@cook.k12.ga.us

Click here to see the 2014-2015 Schoolwide/School Improvement Plan.

Cook Primary School Parental Involvement Plan for Shared Student Success 2014-2015 School Year Leslie Folsom 1531 Patterson...

School Improvement Plan 2015-2016

Vision To stimulate learning and creativity that will prepare our students for success and lifelong learning.

  Mission Cook County Schools will provide an exemplary education to all students in a safe and positive environment....

Click here to read the 2013-2014 Balanced Score Card.

Check In/Out Procedures Parents must check students out through the office.  Students should not be checked out early except...

STUDENT ATTENDANCE PROTOCOL 2014 Cook County Schools This document includes a protocol for addressing and decreasing the...


What to know if your child recieves balloons or flowers at school.