Awards and Recognitions

CCRPI Score

IES CCRPI poster score

Title I Distinguished

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A Title I Distinguished School is a Title I school that is among the top 5% of schools in the state that has the highest absolute performance for the all-students group, based on the current statewide assessment. We are proud of our students and teachers.

CCSS STEM Certified

Ithica Stem poster

No Place for Hate

no place for hate

Crayola Grant Winner

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Reading Bowl 2019

reading bowl champions 2019
2019 Helen Ruffin Readig Bowl District Champions.

Academic Team

Academic Team with trophy winning

2019 County and District Champions

Science Olympiad

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2019 Carroll County Champions

Junior Beta MVP

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The Junior Beta Club at Ithica Elementary School (IES) has been awarded the National Beta Club Service MVP award for demonstrating their commitment to the National Beta motto, Let Us Lead by Serving Others. This means that each Junior Beta member at IES far exceeded the service hour requirements by spending 76-100 hours serving their school, community, and state. There are only 21 clubs across the nation to achieve this status. We are proud of our students commitment to academics, leadership, and most importantly, service.

Duke Tip Honor

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Nathan Corbett was named a Duke Honor Student for scoring in the top 10% for the nation.

Young GA Authors

Young GA Author Winners
IES had several Young Georgia Author Winners in 2019.

IES State Ratings

Top 3% in Science for the state

Top 20% in all content areas for the state

Above state average in closing the gap

Top 12% School Digger Rating

 

Bright Idea Grant Winners

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ASCA

Technology Fair

PICTURE OF WILL BREWER  AT TECHNOLOGY FAIR
Will Brewer placed 1st at the Carroll County Technology Fair for digital game design!  Carson McGraw placed 1st for Project Programing and William Brewer placed 3rd for Digital Game Design at the Regional Technology Fair! Way to go boys!