Plan Peabody’s Future at our Annual Summer Retreat


Do you have . . .


IDEAS, CONCERNS, HOPES for Peabody’s future?

Come voice them at our annual . . .



Saturday, June 9

Peabody Elementary Library

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Free breakfast and childcare provided if you RSVP.


Family members (of current and future Peabody Eagles!), teachers, and other community members are all invited to come share your hopes, dreams and ideas for Peabody’s students. Come for all or part — we’ll spend time brainstorming ways to make Peabody even better, and then we’ll get started on plans to achieve them!

No matter how much or little time you have to give, your voice is valued.


If you cannot come, you can still participate by telling us your ideas (via the email address or phone number below), and how you’d like to be involved in making Peabody a great school for EVERY child!


RSVP to, Click here to RSVP on Facebook, or call Ginger Spickler at 901-216-2162 by 6/2/12.

Please leave your name, phone number, and number of adults and kids who will be attending.


Help ‘Stand for Children’, Help Peabody

Being a parent at Peabody Elementary means getting involved.  It’s that ‘Peabody Pride,’ and it’s been here for generations of Peabody families.


But we are entering a new era of education in Memphis and Shelby County.  How will consolidation affect Peabody?  How will it affect all of the children of the city and county?



Stand for Children is a national organization with local affiliates.  Memphis has a strong local chapter.


Our local Stand organizers can help us better understand what issues… like consolidation… mean to our families, bring our concerns to the people who make laws, and rally support when legislators aren’t looking out for our school.  


But Stand needs more representatives from Peabody to voice the needs of our school.  


Find out more about Stand and how you can represent the children, teachers, and parents of Peabody.  


Meeting:  Tuesday, October 26th

Time:  5:30-7:00 

Where:  Peabody Cafeteria

Light refreshments will be served and children are welcome. 


Geoffrey Canada, founder of the Harlem Children’s Zone, was Stand for Children’s first board chairman.  He says that the voices of parents and concerned citizens must be heard in any debate about education. Stand can get these voices heard.


Can you make it? Please RSVP and let us know if you plan on attending by phone or replying to this email. Please call community organizer Jaclyn Suffel at             901-438-7786       if you have questions or would like to RSVP. If you can’t come, but are interested, email Jaclyn anyway.