C.H. Gullatt Elementary School

Good Habits Make Great Leaders




    The first day of school is Monday, August 9. All students will continue to receive free breakfast and lunch. Students can report to class as early as 7:10 am but not before 6:45 am.  All students arriving between 6:45 and 7:10 will remain in the cafeteria until the bell rings. As we transition to having an open-door policy, we ask that all parents please note the following.  Masks are encouraged while in the building.  One parent can escort students to class on the first day. After the first day, we will limit visits to the classrooms. Please be respectful of this process so that we can continue to allow visitors safely.  Please be sure to park in a parking space and refrain from using the fire lanes. 

    Expect delays with dismissal for the first week.  Our process ensures that we account for every student.  Students' classroom assignments will be listed on posters throughout the school.  Staff in blue or gold shirts can assist you.


    Students who ride the bus are still required to wear masks.  While masks are not required in the school building, they are strongly encouraged for all non-vaccinated people.  If you want your students to wear masks, please provide a mask each day.  Otherwise, no mask mandate will be enforced at this time.  We will continue to follow the guidance of the CDC and Fulton County Schools.  I will continue to update you as things change.



    As things go back to "normal," we are also aware that the coronavirus continues to threaten our health and safety.  We will continue the safety measures implemented last school year to ensure the safety of our staff and students.  High-frequency areas will continue to be cleaned and sanitized throughout the day; hand sanitizer stations are positioned throughout the building to ensure easy access and provide students with time to wash their hands often.  We will limit congregating in large groups and continue to monitor the health of our students and staff.  We ask that if students show any symptoms of illness, you keep them home for the safety of the others.  Remote learning and quarantining classes will still be the response to positive COVID cases. 



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