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4th graders visit The Center For Innovation Students won fit-bits, paint sets, and bristle blocks for participating in our March Specials Choice Board. Ms. Eversole's class show off their paintings academic team 5th graders mark settings of books on the map for Read Across America Colony Cheerleaders Colony students read the book We Are in a Book! by Mo Willems and dressed up as their favorite book characters. Colony Students celebrated the sense of adventure in Dr. Seuss's Oh, the Places You'll Go! by dressing as tourists and explorers. Tourists and Explorers Day Colony students celebrated Maurice Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are by wearing their wildest hairdos. Colony students share their favorite bedtime stories on Good Night Moon day. Mixed-up Chameleon Day 5th graders participated in a mock presidential election. Students focus on future-ready skills at Colony's S.T.E.A.M. Workshop Colony students celebrate and learn about Martin Luther King, Jr. Colony students learn about Veterans Day Friends after school Colony's Christmas Drive-thru Colony's Christmas Drive-thru Colony's Christmas Drive-thru Colony's Christmas Drive-thru Colony's Christmas Drive-thru Thank you, Dollar General Youth Literacy Foundation! Thank you to the Steele-Reese Foundation! Congratulations to Emma Bruner on winning this fitness tracker! Thank you to all of the families who participated in our "'Twas the Night Before Christmas Break" virtual reading event. Flannel Friday Polar Express Day Polar Express Day Polar Express Day Colony students are ready for the cold on Winter Wonderland Day! Colony staff and students sport their tackiest Christmas sweaters and shirts Christmas Sock Day sunshine cart 1st place - Alyssa Simpson, Rainbow Fish Axel Carpenter and his If You Give a Mouse a Cookie pumpkin Connor Bales and his Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus pumpkin Super readers! super readers! Blakelee Jones won a Kindle Fire from our Family Reading Night drawing. Thanks to all of our families who participated! book character pumpkins The three little pigs and the big, bad wolf Halloween 5th grade Halloween 4th Graders dressed for Halloween at the book fair Pre-school trick-or-treat Ms. Meadows's class wrapped up their spider unit by spinning their own web. Ms. Leger, Ms. Gaines, and Ms. Robinson Ms. Meadows's class dressed for Halloween Ms. Shackleford's class dressed for Halloween Kevin Patel is our 1st 9 weeks AR point leader and the winner of a Kindle Fire tablet. Way to go, Kevin! 2nd graders find a ghost hat and gloves on their book walk First graders find a scarecrow on their spooky book walk Second graders go on a spooky book walk Mr. Davis reads The Dinky Donkey Kindergarteners ready to learn! Pete the Cat hats End-of-year parade End-of-year parade End-of-year parade End-of-year parade Summer send-off parade summer send-off

Principal's Message

Welcome to Colony Elementary School, home of the Greyhounds. Our Mission is to promote life-long learning for all students in an atmosphere of trust, understanding, and respect. I am honored to serve as Principal at Colony Elementary. I look forward to a year filled with learning, fun, and success. We are considered a Distinguished/High Performance School and are very proud of our accomplishments. The staff at Colony is focused on providing a comprehensive instructional program in a ...
Chad Davis
Colony Elementary Principal Chad Davis
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Kindergarten Registration

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Preschool Registration Information and Screening Dates

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Parent/Guardian Attendance/Participation Information for 2020-2021 - Revised Nov. 2020
Finding Good Books During HCI e-books

Are you wondering how you can keep your kids reading during HCI?

Be sure to use Epic, a digital library you can access at this link:
If your child doesn't know their class code for Epic, you can get that from their homeroom teacher.

You can also access tons of e-books and audiobooks for free by signing up for a digital library card with the Laurel County Public Library. To register:

To browse their Digital Resources (books, movies, tv shows, comics, music, art lessons, and more) go here:


HCI Meal Service Request Form

Laurel County Public Schools Food Service Department will provide curbside pick-up meal service for all students enrolled in Home Correspondence Instruction (HCI). Please complete this form to help us prepare meals for your child(ren).

If you have children enrolled in multiple schools, all meals can be picked up at one school. Meal Service will begin on Monday, October 12th from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. Meals will not be distributed after 10:00 am.

Meal pick-up times will be on Mondays from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. Meals will not be distributed to anyone not listed on the student's Emergency Card. ID will be required to pick-up meals. Students will be provided ten meals (5 breakfast, 5 lunch to use for the week).

By completing this form, you are opting to pick-up five breakfast and five lunch meals, per student.

Virtual Learning How-tos for Parents


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Obtaining a Google Classroom Code

Logging into Google

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