Counselor Connection

Greetings Parents! Please complete the Annual Title I Spring Survey by clicking the hyperlink below. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!

Greetings Parents:
Please complete this survey regarding Kay Pace Elementary School of the Arts using this link . You may access the link below via smartphone, table, PC, etc. If you do not have access to the internet or have difficulty with the survey, please contact Ms. Cannon at 678-479-0101. We appreciate your support with this endeavor. Please be sure to choose Kay Pace School of the Arts when completing the survey not Jackson Elementary. Thanks in advance!

Greetings Parents/Guardians:
This letter serves to inform you that we have conducted guidance sessions regarding the Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) bullying policy with all of our students. We will adhere to the policy that is outlined in the CCPS Student Handbook. Please review this policy with your child. The handbook is available on the county website,​ ( search for student handbook). We will commemorate National Red Ribbon/Anti-Bullying Week during the week of October 22-26. Please feel free to use the resources below to support your discussions with your child. Thank you in advance for helping us to educate both the hearts and minds of our students. It is our endeavor to ensure the safety of all of our students.

Best Regards,

Ms. Cannon
Professional School Counselor Kay Pace School of the Arts


Georgia Department of Education Curriculum and Instruction

Parent Engagement Resources




Red Ribbon Week 2018.docx


The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the Nation and a way for people and communities to take a visible stand for healthy lifestyles. The campaign was created after DEA Agent Kiki Camarena was kidnapped and killed in Mexico in 1985. People began wearing red ribbons as a symbol of Kiki's sacrifice and to show their support for a drug-free living. With approximately 74,000 American lives lost last year to a drug overdose, your participation in Red Ribbon Week is more important than ever.
Red Ribbon is intended to be fun AND effective. Here are 5 ways to celebrate:
  1. Communicate with children about the importance of staying drug-free and the meaning behind this year's theme:"Life Is Your Journey. Travel Drug-Free." Also, don't forget to Lock Your Meds. Secure your medication, take regular inventory and properly dispose of unused or expired medication.
  2. Educate, educate, educate. It's not just about wearing red. Here are some curriculum ideas by grade level. Check out this online course for high school students on prescription drugs. Here's a great infographic about Red Ribbon Week.
  3. Enter our photo contest. It's a fun and effective way to get the conversation started and it also supports schools across America.
  4. Make it social. Show your support for Red Ribbon on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.
  5. Take a stab at creating next year's theme. You'll get national recognition and lots of free Red Ribbon merchandise.
For more information about National Red Ribbon week, please visit the Red Ribbon Campaign website, using the following link,

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