Mission and Vision:
Our mission is to inspire and
equip all students to achieve unlimited potential. The
MCSD is a beacon of educational excellence where all are
known, valued, and inspired.
Welcome to the home of the
North Columbus Stars!
Thank you for viewing North
Columbus Elementary School’s Web site. We hope that you find
our site both interesting and informative. We are working
hard to add new features and update the site regularly with
information that the entire NCES community will find
Academic excellence at North Columbus Elementary
School is founded on a partnership between the students,
teachers, and parents. As a community of learners, we work
to ensure the intellectual, ethical, physical, social and
emotional growth of each student.
The Faculty/Staff of
NCES strive to meet the unique developmental needs of
elementary aged children in a positive school climate.
North Columbus Elementary is a great place for students to
learn. Students are understood, challenged and cared for. We
are committed to ensuring that students achieve their
academic and personal potential. Students are encouraged to
demonstrate a passion for learning in a nurturing
environment where unique talents and backgrounds of
individuals are valued and respected.
Current Website Update:
August 10, 2019
August 9, 2019
Dear NCES Parents.
excited to begin the 2019-2020 school year. To ensure the
safety of our students, we would like to remind you of our
drop off and pick up procedures.
Student drop off begins
at 7:00 am each morning. All students must be dropped off in
the back loop of the school. Parents may walk their
child(ren) in the first week. Classroom doors will open at
7:30am. If you plan on walking your child in the first week,
please park in a parking spot. Do not block the drop off
lanes. All students must be in class by 7:45am.
will be released beginning at 2:05. Bus and daycare riders
will proceed to the appropriate location at that time. If
you did not receive a bus pass during verification you will
need to make alternate arrangements for pick up until you
are assigned a bus pass.
Afternoon car riders in grades
kindergarten, first or second grade (along with older
siblings) must be picked up in the school's front car loop.
Afternoon car riders in grades third, fourth or fifth grade
must be picked up in the school's back car loop.
picking up students must display the school-issued car rider
number. Please leave this number displayed until your child
is loaded into your car. Students will not be released to
parents that walk up with a number. Students will only be
released to parents in the car pool lines.
We ask for
patience from our parents during release time for the first
couple of weeks. We are most concerned with safety and not
speed during these weeks. Once students and parents learn
the release process it will begin to run faster and
Please let us know if you have any questions.
Important NCES Student
Website Links handout
Georgia Milestones Information:
NCES Testing Newsletter
3rd Grade Study/Resource Guide - click here
4th Grade Study/Resource Guide - click here
5th Grade Study/Resource Guide - click here
Congratulations to Sharon Dufrene the NCES 2018-2019
Teacher of the Year!
purchase a NCES shirts!
t-shirts = $10
Peach Jar Electronic Flyer
Peachjar delivers digital
flyers to parents with important information about
afterschool & school-related activities. Parents view
district-approved flyers via email or on the school website.
Breakfast and lunch are offered at North Columbus Elementary
School and may be purchased using cash, cashiers checks or
by paying through
My School Bucks. Personal checks will not be
Box Tops Program
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Click here for the 2019-2020 MCSD School Calendar.
Elementary School Hours
NCES Parent Orientation
Tuesday, August 20th 1st, 3rd, & 5th Grades
Thursday, August 22nd 2nd and 4th Grades
NCES Dress Code - click here for details - Please
note closed-toed shoes must be worn by all students each
2019-2020 School Supply List
NCES Handbook 2019-2020
The NCES Fall Book Fair will be held August 26-30.
Kona Ice will be back on Friday, August 30th.
Parent's Right to Know
Parent & Family Engagement Policy
Muscogee County School District Student Progression Plan
The Muscogee County School
District Student Progression Plan is a document that
provides detailed information on a systematic grade-level
progression from the time a student enters Pre-K through
Muscogee County School District contains 57 schools and
alternative centers, consisting of 31 elementary schools, 12
middle schools, eight high schools, and eight program
information, visit the