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News from Sims Elementary

Parent AdvancED Survey – Click here


Scholar AdvancED Survey – Click here

Click here to learn more about Independent Learning Days.

Milestones Parent Workshop

Congratulations to all who competed in the Technology Fair:

Multimedia Applications 3rd-4th Grades

1st place – Alana Turner and Jayla Brown

Multimedia Applications 5th-6th Grades

1st place – Tashfeen Shafi and Mahnoor Kashif

Digital Game Design – 3rd – 4th Grades

2nd place – Magic Boyd

Digital Game Design 5th – 6th Grades

3rd place – Travis Green

Internet Apps 3rd – 4th Grades

3rd place   Chance Sanford

Internet Apps 5th-6th Grades

2nd place Andrew Reece


Congratulations to these scholars.  All 1st place projects will compete at the State Level in March.  More information coming soon.

Scholar Attire
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday - Ivy League Scholar Days - Ladies: Collared white/yellow/light blue shirt with khaki/navy slacks or skirt.  Gentlemen: Collared white/yellow/light blue shirt with khaki/navy slacks and tie.
Fridays: College Day - Wear a college t-shirt with khakis or jeans


Please take five minutes to complete our
Bright Bytes Survey to let us know how we can best meet your technology needs. Click here to begin.

Volunteer Opportunities Corner

Please contact our Parent Liaison, Ms. Hardy to sign-up @ 770-922-0666 or
Donations Needed:
Gently used clothing for the clinic
Gently used uniforms for our Ivy League Consignment
Gently used toys for our After-school Program

At Sims We Are:


Kind Hearted

Problem Solvers

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District Announcements

See What's Happening at the Ivy League

Awards Day
Awards 1

Awards 2Awards 3

Sims Book Fair - We love our Parent Volunteers!
Book Fair

Scholars used their laptops to work in groups collaboratively to complete habitat information for specific regions.


Back to School DanceBack to School Dance

Testing Pre-testing at the Ivy League


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.