|Family-Friendly Standards 2008-2009: A Guide for Parents and Families - Each guide shares important information about the South Carolina Academic Standards. These standards outline state requirements for your child's learning program and what students across the state should be able to do in certain subjects.|
District Policy on Bullying and Harassment
|District Parent's Page|
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|A new craze is spreading among teens across the nation – and
it’s growing with every click of the computer mouse. Chat sites,
social networking sites, diary sites – they are called by different
names but all serve the same purpose.
Get Net Wise - The Internet
offers kids many opportunities for learning, constructive
entertainment, and personal growth. At the same time, parents are
concerned about the risks kids face online. The challenge for
parents is to educate themselves and their children about how to use
the Internet safely.
|In 2002, President George Bush signed the No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
Act into law. Designed to ensure that all children have an
opportunity to obtain a quality education, this federal legislation
is bringing many changes to South Carolina’s schools.
No Child Left Behind
|South Carolina Department of Education - Everything you wanted to know about South Carolina's education system, including school report cards, curriculum standards and much more.|
|Special Education Services of Greenville County Schools provides a free appropriate public education to all children with disabilities in accordance with the Individuals with Disabilities Act.|
|Student Homework Help|
|Zoey's Room is a subscription site for girls aged 10 to 14 to encourage girls to expand their knowledge in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), and media literacy.|
|What to Do for Fun Around Our Area|
|Boy Scouts (www.blueridgecouncil.org)
Learn about scouting in the Upstate.
|Girl Scouts (www.old96girlscouts.org)
Scouting opportunities in the Upstate
|Upstate Children's Museum (http://www.tcmupstate.org/)|
|Greenville County Museum of Art (www.greenvillemuseum.org)
Classes, tours and other educational opportunities for children
County Recreation District (www.gcrd.org)
Community centers, parks, classes and sports teams
|Greenville County School System (www.greenville.k12.sc.us)
Greenville County Public Schools. Access your school library catalog from home.
|Greenville Little Theatre (www.greenvillelittletheatre.com)
Junior Acting Company for Kids and School Outreach Program
|Greenville Zoo (www.greenvillezoo.com)
Special section highlights reptiles and amphibians in South Carolina
|Paris Mountain State Park (www.discoversouthcarolina.com/stateparks)
Information about this local state park
| Roper Mountain Science Center (www.ropermountain.org)
Special features include Daniel Observatory, Living History Farm, butterfly gardens and nature trails.
|South Carolina Children’s Theatre (www.scchildrenstheatre.org)
Theatre productions and classes. On-line ticket purchases also available.
|Upstate Parent Calendar (www.upstateparent.com/calendar/calendar.htm)
Area events for children
|Science Fair Ideas
Looking for science fair ideas? Look no further. Try the sites below.
|Successful Science Fair Projects - By Lynne Bleeker (Science teacher, former science fair organizer and judge, and parent)|
|Science Fair Central - Creative investigations into the real world|
|California State Science Fair - Having trouble getting started with your project? Here's a collection of WWW sites which address just your problem.|
|Roper Mountain Science Center -The host with the most. Check RMSC for all the rules and regulations.|
|Discovery Young Scientist Challenge Website - The only science contest of its kind for students in grades 5 through 8, fostering the exploration, understanding and communication of science among America's youth.|
|Science Fairs Homepage -A project of the Eastern Newfoundland Science Fairs Council, this homepage is designed to aid students in the most difficult aspect of their science fair experience; getting an idea.|
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