• Middleton S. Elliott Elementary School
  • Home of the Egrets
  • South Carolina/Fort Stewart/DoDDS Cuba School District
  • Elliott Elementary's vision is to create a joy for lifelong learning as we nurture, prepare, and inspire all students to learn, achieve and grow.
An Egret facing left.
  • Mailing Address
  • Elliott Elementary School
  • 345 Elliott Drive
  • Beaufort, SC 29906
  • Principal: Ms. Latonya Leeks
  • Phone: (843) 846-6982
  • Fax: (843) 846-6720
  • District Headquarters
  • Mailing Address & Phone
  • Fort Stewart Schools
  • 376 Davis Ave
  • Ft. Stewart, GA 31315
  • Phone: (912) 408-3080
  • Fax: (912) 876-4339
  • Dr. Samantha Ingram
  • Ms. Kathleen Reiss
    Assistant Superintendent

News and Announcements

summer registration

Summer Registration

Registration Letter

New School Year 2015-2016 Calendar

Meet and Greet SY 2015-2016

Supply List SY 2015-2016

Cafeteria News 2015-2016


Teacher Appreciation Week


MONDAY Purple Ribbon Sticker given to students
TUESDAY Wear Your Military Shirt to support your parent's branch of service
WEDNESDAY Purple Pencils given to students
THURSDAY Purple Bubbles handed out
FRIDAY Purple Up- Wear Purple in support of our Military Children





PreK Releases Butterflies & Ladybugs

butterflies and Lady bugs



The Character Parade for Library Week

characher parade



The Chicks Are Hatching!

Elliott Chick

Family Reading Night Flyer click here

Celebrate Dr. Seuss Book Days

Monday- Green Eggs and Ham: Wear something green

Tuesday- Fox in Socks: Wear crazy socks

Wednesday-Wacky Wednesday: Wear crazy clothes/ backwards, inside out, etc.

Thursday-The Foot Book: Decorate your footwear

Friday-500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins/ Cat in the Hat: Crazy hats or a “Cat in the Hat” top hat.

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http://www.nea.org/assets/img/content/RAACatnHatLogo_2010_small.jpgAbout NEA’s Read Across America
The National Education Association is building a nation of readers through its signature program, NEA’s Read Across America. Now in its 18th year, this year-round program focuses on motivating children and teens to read through events, partnerships, and reading resources.
"You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child."


Second Graders on a Field Trip

field trip

field trip


Family Reading Night

family reading night

family reading night

family reading night

family reading night

National History Teacher of the Year

DODEA memorandum

The National History Teacher of the Year Award recognizes outstanding K–12 American history teachers across the country. Nominate a teacher today!

  • National Winner receives a $10,000 prize presented at an award ceremony in their honor in New York City.
  • State winners receive a $1,000 prize and an archive of classroom resources.



holiday sing along

The Holiday Shoppe is open Dec 8th -12th for the students to buy great gifts at reasonable prices.


2014 Speak Up Survey DoDEA Schools speak up

Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow®, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning 21st century education and technology. Each year, findings are summarized and shared with national and state policy makers. Participating schools and districts can access their data online, free-of-charge in February 2015.

Take the Survey!

Survey Open Until December 19, 2014

Nominations close on Dec. 5, 2014 so nominate a DoDEA teacher today!

More information about the Teacher of the Year program






Nominations for the 2016 DoDEA Teacher of the Year now Open

Save the date

Nominations close on November 28, 2014 so nominate a DoDEA teacher today!

More information about the Teacher of the Year program.



Happy 239th Birthday Marine Corps!

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Elliott Celebrated the Marine Corps birthday by having special visitors. Legend, the Parris Island Marine Corps mascot, and his handler were on the Morning Show. He also helped with morning colors. Then we had another distinguished Marine preside over the cake cutting ceremony. Represented are the oldest and youngest students at Elliott.


The Pumpkin Patch click here to see more


pumpkin patch

You are invited to join us for the “Laurel Bay Schools Thanksgiving Lunch”, which is scheduled for Friday, November 21, 2014.  If you plan to attend, please complete the form by clicking here. The cost of the lunch and this form are due to the school cafeteria no later than Wednesday, November 12, 2014.  Late sign-ups will not be accepted after this date. 

Red Ribbon Week

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Monday "I'm Too Bright for Drugs" Wear sunglasses
Tuesday "Join the Fight Against Drugs" Wear camo
Wednesday "Unite Against Bullying" Wear Red, White and Blue
Thursday Red Ribbon Day Wear Red


Soil Tunnel

soil tunnel


Family Reading Night

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Beginning September 17, 2014, we will be accepting nominations for the Laurel Bay School Board.
There is one (1) open seat on the board currently. However, we can elect up to Four (4) more
members in addition to the one open seat along side our four current members. The board is
typically comprised of parents of students attending Laurel Bay Schools; however any active duty
service member or interested party residing on a Tri-Command installation is welcome to participate. You may nominate a candidate for the School Board by completing the Nomination Form
and returning it to your child's school or by emailing this form to laurelbayschoolboard@gmail.com
no later than Friday, September 26th. Once your nomination has been received, the
school will request information from the person nominated, which will need to be completed and
returned to the school no later than Wednesday, October 1st. Elections will be held on Friday October 3rd and new board members will be sworn in at the following School Board meeting on Thursday October 9th. This is an excellent opportunity to provide public service to the community and support our students.

Approved Snack List for SY 2014-2015

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Click images to download guide

WASHINGTON, Sep. 4, 2014 - The Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
(DVBIC) in Silver Spring, Md., has released a 26-page guide that offers practical advice to parents on how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion, information on treatment and recovery, and what a parent can do to support a child's recovery and successfully return to school.

The new Parent's Guide to Returning Your Child to School After a Concussion helps parents of children who have been diagnosed with a mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), also known as a concussion, successfully return to school and related activities.

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a blow or jolt to the head that disrupts the normal function of the brain. The severity of the TBI is determined at the time of the injury and may be classified as mild, moderate or severe.  Mild TBI, or concussion, is the most common form of TBI.  This type of head injury may result in headache, visual disturbances, sleep issues, dizziness, poor concentration and memory problems in addition to changes to behavior, personality or mood.



constitution day

Constitution Day booklet

Constitution Day & Citizenship Day/Week (September 15-19) This year will mark the 227th anniversary of the signing.  Read More...  (Read more will link to:  http://www.dodea.edu/dodeaCelebrates/ConstitutionDay/2014.cfm)


going places

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Mark Your Calendars!

06/04/2015 Last Day for PrK students
06/05/2015 11:30 Dismissal- Last Day of School for Students
06/08/2015 Teacher Workday
06/12/2015 Report Cards Mailed
08-06/07-15 No School for Students/ Professional Development
08-10/12-15 No School for Students/ Professional Development
08/12/2015 Meet the Teacher 2:00-3:00
08/13/2015 First Day for Students K-8
09/01/2015 No School for Students/ Professional Development


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Club Information- to be updated for SY15/16

Fitness Club (first and second graders)

ELO (first and second graders)

Homework Club (first and second graders)

Second Grade Music Club