Principal - Mrs. Copper
As the principal of Pleasant Grove Elementary STEM School, it is my pleasure to welcome everyone back for a new school year! We are hopeful that every student will be back in the building filling classrooms and hallways with excitement and enthusiasm! There are so many unknowns; however there are many things that we are certain of this school year. We are certain, that PGE's vision is our driving focus.
We are certain that we will have a new group of Kindergarteners who are so excited to start elementary school. We are certain that we will foster STEM education through creativity, communication, and critical thinking as a Recertified Georgia STEM School.
I am proud to serve as the principal of Pleasant Grove Elementary STEM School. It is truly a privilege to be a part of a learning community, where everyone works toward student achievement. Our theme this school year is "Flying to New Heights with STEM". We will continue to encourage students to "Grow, Know, and Show" academic growth an accomplishments. It is hightly expected that our scholars will have learning experiences to "Grow" (move toward set goals), "Know" (self-evaluate progress of goals), and ''Show" (celebrate academic accomplishments). We will keep Henry County Schools' beliefs at the core of everything we do to ensure we are meeting the individual needs of all students.
Thank you in advance for your support as we strive to provide the very best educational experience to your family. Let's have a STEMtastic School Year!
Mrs. Tracie Copper, Principal
Degrees and Certifications:
Principal Copper is a proud alumnist of Xavier University of Louisiana where she earned multiple degrees. She recently earned a degree from Le Cordon Bleu Culinary School of Pastry and Patersiree and will answer to “Chef” on occasion.
Education is Principal Copper's true passion. She believes learning never ends and that there is something extremely special about enhancing your inner talents. Principal Copper's love for education and for baking gourmet desserts takes center stage when she is teaching a STEM lesson to students, creating unique treats from the produce in the Outdoor Science Lab, collaborating with teachers or connecting with Partners in Education.