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image of Black History Month Flyer.  Sims Elementary School Virtual Black History Month Program  Thursday, February 25, 2021 5-6 pm "Celebrating Black Culture"  Join us as we celebrate black culture and diverse families through art, song, dance, and poetry.  We hope to see you there!

Click here for link to Teams meeting.

SES Read-A-Thon

Click here for the Read-A-Thon flyer

Click here for the reading log!

Supply Lists have been updated for Hybrid Instruction.

Family Engagement Survey

Parents, please help us by completing the confidential survey below.  We need your input in planning parent and family engagement activities and events in our school.  We appreciate your feedback and thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. 

Click here for the survey!

Family Technical Support for Virtual Learning

  • First – view student or parent support pages (located in ClassLink tech help folder or here)

  • Next Contact your teacher for guidance

  • Finally Technology Helpdesk: 770-860-4259
    (This will create an automated tech help request)


Internet Support

  • WiFi hot spots will be coming to school parking lots in September

RCPS COVID Updates - Click here
RCPS Calendars - Click here

Volunteer Opportunities Corner

Please contact our Parent Liaison, Shirelle Graves to sign-up @ 770-922-0666 or

Donations Needed:
Gently used clothing for the clinic
Gently used uniforms for our Simms Stallion Consignment
Gently used toys for our After-school Program

At Sims We Are:


Kind Hearted

Problem Solvers

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Upcoming Events

Digital Citizenship
It is important that we teach all of our young scholars that having a laptop or using the iPads comes with great responsibility. Part of that responsibility is being a good Digital Citizen.  

Each month we focus on one part of what being a good Digital Citizen means.

February Focus - Digital Footprints & Identity
Keep It Private
This is Me
Our Online Tracks
Beyond Gender Stereotypes

Digital Citizenship Lessons 

For more information please go to Common Sense Media as your primary source for information.

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The mission of D.L. Sims Elementary School, a collegiate environment of diverse learners, is to ensure that all scholars achieve high levels of learning via academic rigor, relevance, and engaging experiences, while inspiring each scholar to attain academic excellence through developed teaching that promotes master of 21st century skills needed for communication, collaboration, critical thinking,and creativity preparing ALL scholars for individual and global success.