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About Little River Elementary School

History

Little River Elementary School sits on a 35 acres nestled in a residential area of Woodstock, Georgia, approximately 30 miles north of Atlanta.  The original facility opened in 1977.  The spring of 2008 Little River built a new building that brought many changes to Little River.

Each classroom at Little River Elementary School is equipped with a Promethean Board, an InFocus projector, five Dell desktop computers, a laser printer, and a laptop docking station for the new laptops issued to every certified faculty member. The instructional advantages of the seamlessly networked technology were immediately recognized by the students and faculty and raised the already high standards for teaching and learning at Little River to a new level.

Address:
3170 Trickum Road
Woodstock, GA 30188

School Phone Number:
770 - 721 - 7420

School Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 3:00

School Hours for Students:
Monday - Friday: 7:35 am - 2:15 pm

Early Checkout:
All students must be checked out from the office before 1:45 each school day. For the safety of your child, please be prepared to show photo ID when checking a student out from school.

Vision Statement:

Leading lifelong learners to become Responsible citizens in our Ever-changing Society.

Mission Statement:

Little River Elementary is committed to fostering the education of all students through differentiated instruction and collaboration with all members in our community. We will provide multiple curricular opportunities through hands-on learning, enhancing the use of technology and providing a nurturing environment with high expectations for all learners to be successful in their ever-changing society.

Little River Belief Statements:

It is important to develop and maintain a partnership with school, home and community to facilitate academic excellence.

*It is the shared responsibility of teachers, parents, and the community to provide an environment that is conducive to learning.

*Providing challenging learning experiences will elevate student potential and productivity.