Keep on Learning!
We have several online resources available for our students they have been using and may continue to use during the summer!
- Schoology will be available through July 7 for our students
- Raz Kids
- Moby Max
- Prodigy Math
Also, don't forget about the Cartersville Public Library! If you have a library card, the library is doing curbside pickup. You may check out up to 10 books for 3 weeks and movies for a week. With your library card, you may also access online books, audio books, and more.
They will kick off their summer reading program on June 1.
Check out their website for more information and the Wednesday story time each week. www.bartowlibrary.org
Mental Health Wellness Resources
In the event that you or any of your loved ones need assistance with mental health wellness while school is not in session, please see information/link for the Georgia Crisis and Access (GCAL) webpage.
GCAL provides the following Services:
Access to Crisis Services
For immediate access to routine or crisis services, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225. GCAL is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to help you or someone you care for in a crisis. GCAL professionals will:•Provide telephonic crisis intervention services
•Dispatch mobile crisis teams
•Assist individuals in finding an open crisis or detox bed across the State
•Link individuals with urgent appointment services
In addition, GCAL will help you to access a State Funded provider in your area in a non-emergency as well.
A nationally accredited Health Care Call Center, crisis center, and partner in the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the Behavioral Health Link Crisis call Center is proud to operate the Georgia Crisis and Access Line.
Text & Chat
Additionally, we are pleased to announce that Georgia’s youth can now access GCAL’s services via text and chat through a new app called My GCAL, which became available for download in late January 2019. Developed by Behavioral Health Link, the app will allow youth to call, text, or chat with GCAL 24/7/365. Help is in your pocket–just a click away. The caring professionals of GCAL are ready to help, and users can choose how they want to reach out.
To access the GCAL webpage, visit https://www.georgiacollaborative.com/providers/georgia-crisis-and-access-line-gcal/
The App is available and downloadable via the App Store and Google Play
Cartersville City Schools now has an app. Members of the community can enjoy instant access to Canes news and calendars. Parents can access their student's grades, class schedule, attendance, school calendars, social media posts and lunch menus at the touch of a button. You can get instant notifications from your child’s school and from the district, so this winter you’ll know immediately when school is canceled for inclement weather. You can also add money to your student's cafeteria account from your device. You'll find other great features listed under the Resources icon. For complete login info and details on how to customize the app to meet your family’s needs, click here.
Support CES at Publix
This is free money for our school!
Go to publix.com/partners
Select our school (Cartersville Elementary School)
Enter your phone number
While at the checkout, enter your phone number on the PIN pad
It's just that easy! We appreciate our families and our school partners!
Download this flyer for additional information
School Hours and Transportation Procedure
CES school hours are 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. The school will be open to receive students at 7 a.m.
Also, bus transportation will be provided for CES students who reside more than one-half (½) mile from the school. Transportation will not be provided for elementary students who reside one-half (½) mile or less from the school.
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Photo by Andy Butler, Butler Photography