Hartwell Elementary School Home

  The Faculty and Staff of HES would like to wish everyone

a safe and happy summer!

School starts back on August 10, 2015. 


Summer Reading

Be sure and check out the Summer Reading Program at the Hart County Library!

You have been challenged by Coach Mewborn to read 200 minutes during the summer (and make a reading log on paper)


Use the Scholastic Summer Reading Log (user name and password will arrive with report cards)

Students who do either of these challenges will receive a prize when they return to school. 

Out of books?  Be sure and look at the many ebook options we have:  Get Georgia Reading, TumbleBooks, and BookFlix


Rising 1st Grade

Rising 2nd Grade

Rising 3rd Grade

Rising 4th Grade

Rising 5th Grade


Now, every kid in Georgia has access to over

8,000 free ebooks this summer!

Click HERE to learn more.

School Menu Information


Online Payment Option

The Hart County School Nutrition Program is participating in mySchoolBucks, an on-line system that will allow parents/guardians to make deposits into your student’s school meal account or view cafeteria purchases. A $2.00 transaction fee covers the cost of processing online transactions. Public school districts are non-profit organizations funded by tax dollars. The transaction fee paid by parents goes directly to the payment processor not to the school district. We offer online payments as an additional prepayment option and convenience to parents.

Information for Parents

Click here to access mySchoolBucks

The USDA is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


Hartwell Elementary School

147 S. College Avenue

Hartwell, Georgia 30643

Phone: 706-376-4425

Fax: 706-856-7317

Veronica Johnson , Principal

Brooks Mewborn  , Assistant Principal

HES Calendar

Today: 8/2/15


  • August 10 -Students return
  • HES SGT Minutes from 5/15/15

Mission, Vision, and Guiding Principles

Hart County Charter System

Mission: The mission of the Hart County Charter System is to prepare all individuals to meet tomorrow’s challenges by providing quality educational opportunities today.

Vision: Hart County Schools will be recognized for educational excellence.

Guiding Principles/Beliefs:

  • Stakeholders promote a positive atmosphere that fosters confidence and self-worth for all.
  • Each individual is valued and treated with respect.
  • Schools provide safe, secure, and nurturing environments for all.
  • Each individual has the right to be educated and the responsibility to learn.
  • Quality education requires partnership, which is the responsibility of the school system, the students, the parents, and the community.

Documents of interest:

Click here to view the latest Focus School Information Letters