Our vision is “Every Child, Every Day”. Our mission is to challenge the entire Lewis community to reach their fullest potential every day.
We are committed to helping each individual reach their fullest potential and with your support and assistance, this will become a reality!
WELCOME TO LEWIS!
Top 4 Collective Commitments
We are committed to educating our parents, students, and community at large on the best strategies for student success in leadership, attendance, study habits, etc.
We promise to collaboratively analyze collected data as a team in order to drive instruction to meet the needs of all students.
We promise to meet every student at their instructional level and push them to their highest potential.
We promise to provide a safe, nurturing, risk-free environment to promote self-confidence.
2020 Census Information
The 2020 Census counts every person living in the 50 states and will be completed online, by phone, or by mail on April 1st, 2020. The count is required by the U.S. Constitution and is conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. Learn more about this year’s U.S. Census at www.2020census.gov.
Order the Lewis Elementary 2019-20 Yearbook!
(All orders will be delivered to Lewis in May)
We’re planning a treasury of memories!
$25 for hard cover
$20 for soft cover
The deadline to place your online order is
March 27, 2020
(all orders will be delivered to Lewis Elementary in May)
We Need Your Photos
To make the 2019-2020 Lewis yearbook the best it can be, we'd love to have your photos to consideration. Please drop photos featuring classroom & school-wide special events from our current school year to the drop box link below:
To submit your pictures of Lewis Elementary special events share them at:
PTSA Chick-Fil-A Biscuit Sale
Chick-fil-a chicken biscuits will be sold by the Lewis PTSA at the morning car rider line on the second Friday of each month. The cost is $3.00 a biscuit while supplies last.
Cobb Launches SafeSchools Alert Tipline
The Cobb County School District is dedicated to a comprehensive school safety effort, and the safety of students and staff is our top priority. That’s why the Cobb County School District has taken another step to safeguard Cobb schools and community. Students, staff members, and parents are now able to report safety concerns from anywhere, at any time, via the new SafeSchools Alert tip line.
Each member of our school family can easily report tips, anonymously if desired, on bullying, harassment, drugs, vandalism, threats of violence, or other safety issues of concern.
Every tip submitted through the SafeSchools Alert will be immediately logged and routed to the appropriate administrator to investigate and take appropriate action.
Students, staff members, and parents can submit a tip to the SafeSchools Alert via the web, phone, email, or text. When submitting a tip, include the Cobb County School District identification code 1760 in order to designate the tip as related to Cobb Schools.
The Tip Line will be going live in phases:
January 22nd for our High Schools
January 28th for our Middle Schools
February 4th for our Elementary Schools
Download the SafeSchools Alert app today for free in the Apple App Store or get it on Google Play.
PASS: Public Library Access for Student Success
We are pleased to announce that all students at Lewis Elementary School have instant access to the Cobb County Public Library System!
Through the PASS program, students simply need to know their student ID number (often referred to as their lunch number) & their birth date (2-digit month; 2 digit day) to checkout books and online resources.
Checkout up to 5 books at a time (or 1 audio resource & 4 books) from any Cobb Public Library branch
Gain access to thousands of eresources. We recommend the “Overdrive” App for this purpose
Access two hours of computer time a day at Cobb County Public Libraries
With PASS there are no late fees (but there is still a fine for lost books or those 45 days late)
Sorry, no DVD or Playaway checkouts with PASS accounts
Arrival & Dismissal Procedures: