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- Volunteer Handbook
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Field Day is scheduled for 6th grade on Tuesday, May 26th. 7th grade Field Day is Thursday, May 28th, and 8th grade Field Day is Friday, May 29th. This is an all day event where homerooms will compete. Students should wear their homeroom Field Day shirts or the same color as their homeroom. Students who have not returned all textbooks, library books, 6th grade laptops with chargers, and have not cleared their cafeteria debts by the day of their Field Day will not be allowed to participate. Concessions will be sold. Drinks will be $1 and Candy and chips will range from 25 cents - $1. CLICK HERE to see a price list. Students should remember to bring a towel and bring/wear sunscreen.
STEAM Visitation Opportunities
Parents are invited to visit as students make presentations culminating their STEAM projects for May.
May 26, 9:00-10:15 Gift Basket Business Unit: 7th graders will present their business plans to parents and peers.
May 27,9:30-10:30 Top 8 groups from 7th grade unit will present their business plans to an entrepreneur audience at NEXT Innovation Center.
May 27, 9:00 8th gr. Orchestra, Percussion, and Chorus will perform and record selections for the Harlem Renaissance Unit: These will play before the 8th Grade Awards program on June 5.
June 1 6th grade Poetry Slam in the Amphitheatre
8:40 -9:35, 1 period ELA 9:45 - 10:40, 2 period ELA
- 1:20 - 2:15, 5th period ELA 2:25 - 3:20, 6th period ELA
Awards Days and Final Assessment Schedule
June 1: Spanish I Exam (counts 20% of Semester 2 grade)
June 2: Finish Spanish I Exam (as needed)
Core Classes Final Exams Gr 6 (1st & 2nd) and Gr 7 (1st & 3rd)
June 3: Core Classes Final Exams Gr 7 (2nd & 4th) and Gr 8 (4th & 6th)
June 3: 6th Gr Awards 9:00-10:00am
June 4: Core Classes Final Exams Gr 6 (5th & 6th) and Gr 8 (3rd & 5th)
June 4: 7th Gr Awards 9:00-10:00am
June 5: Final Exam Makeup Day
June 5: 8th Gr Awards 9:00-10:00am
Please note that many academic classes will conduct STEAM assessments in lieu of Final Exams. In either case, the grade earned will count no more than 2 test grades and will be averaged into the 4th Quarter. Report Cards will be mailed on June 9. Monitor carefully if your child may need Summer School.
Postage for Mailed Report Cards
Report cards will be mailed home on June 9th. In order for report cards to be mailed home, students must provide one stamped envelope or 50 cents. Students who do not provide a stamp or 50 cents may pick up their report cards after June 9th. Students who have outstanding library, textbook, and cafeteria debts after June 5th must come to the front office (Monday - Thursday from 8:00 - 4:30) to turn in books or payments to receive their report card.
Yearbook Day is May 29th. There are less than 40 yearbook copies available, and may be reserved on a first come, first serve basis. Click HERE for an order form to return to the front office with payments of $40, cash only. Online orders have ended.
GCSD Policy on Student Speakers
Please CLICK HERE to review the Greenville County School District Policy on student speakers during school-sponsored activities.
Sevier's 2015 Gateway Academy Robotics Camp is scheduled for July 27th - 30th from 9am - 12pm daily. Rising 6th - 8th graders may register in the front office from May 26 - June 11 on a first come, first registered basis. Payment is $100, cash only. Gateway Academy utilizes PLTW’s project-based, hands-on, and real-world problem solving approach to STEM learning. All Gateway Academy instructors are professionally trained and certified to teach PLTW courses and nurture campers’ passion for technology, creativity, and learning. Students will build and program Claw Bots using Vex Robotics parts! CLICK HERE to view the flyer. CLICK HERE for a registration form.
District Progress Report
CLICK HERE to view the Greenville County School District Progress Report.
WHHS Cross Country & Golf
The Wade Hampton High School will have a Cross Country informational meeting was held Thursday, May 21. Rising 7th - 9th graders who were not able to attend may contact or email Coach Zeller at Wade Hampton High School.
Rising 7th & 8th grade girls coded for WHHS who are interested in joining the
WHHS Girls Golf team are encouraged to come by the front office for an information letter.
Student Council Elections
It is time to elect next year’s Student Council Officers. 8th graders will hold the office of President and Vice President. 7th graders will hold the office of Secretary and Treasurer. Current 6th and 7th graders interested in running for office may pick up an information sheet from Mrs. Galloway or Mrs. Gill beginning Monday, and forms must be returned by May 22nd. Candidates will begin their campaign May 26th and elections will take place May 29th.
After May 1st, all purchases and payments to the school must be cash only. The cafeteria will still accept checks for lunch account payments.
BILO SUPPORTS EDUCATION
Click on the image to link your BILO Card and help our school purchase educational supplies.
Bring Your Own Laptop or Tablet
Sevier MS wants to expand 1 to 1 computing so that students in all grades can use a laptop or tablet for class activity. 1 to 1 computing enhances collaboration and creativity, and is very important to STEAM learning. Students conduct research, produce content and presentations, and interact with peers and teachers to give and receive timely feedback.
School district funds will support 1 to 1 technology for fall 2015. To finish this school year, we would like for 7th and 8th graders to bring their personal devices so that we have adequate computers for major STEAM units. Students without an allowable personal device will use existing school laptops. Intended activities cannot be properly achieved with a cell phone, and they are not allowed. Parents of 8th graders who are soon moving to high school may want to purchase a Google Chromebook, now available on the market for under $200. Such a device will be useful and welcome at high school, but NOT required.
Be mindful that looking directly down at a device can cause discomfort and hinder interactions. If you bring a tablet, be certain that it will angle up from the desk, with or without an attached keyboard.
Policies for use are posted to the Sevier website. Classroom teachers will have full authority to determine when and for what purpose, these devices will be used. Data services (3G, etc.) must be disabled while on campus. All internet access will route wirelessly through the GCS filtered server. Please make certain that your child understands the requirement for appropriate use.
Students at grades 7 & 8 may begin to bring their own laptop or tablet on March 23. In order to bring these, Students must first register their device online using the link below, and complete and return the personal electronic device user agreement form. Current 6th graders will use their school-issued Dell laptops, and are not to bring a personal device.
Summer School Enrollment
Greenville County Schools will offer Middle School Summer School from June 22 through July 16, Monday through Thursday, 8:00 am - 12:15 pm. Summer School locations are Blue Ridge Middle, Northwood Middle, and Tanglewood Middle. The program is open to middle school students who live in the geocodes served by Greenville County Schools and who have failed one or two core courses (science, social studies, ELA, or math).
Students must register for Summer School at their home school. Summer School fees must be paid at registration: one class for $150, two classes for $300. No personal checks accepted. Transportation is not provided, and attendance is mandatory. Summer School is available on a first come, first served basis. Locations may close due to low enrollment. Click HERE for the Flyer. Click HERE for the GCS district webpage.
Sevier Recieves RAMP Designation
Sevier Middle School will receive the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation for its outstanding school counseling program during a special ceremony at the American School Counselor Association’s annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona, on June 30th. The RAMP designation, awarded to schools whose counseling programs align with the criteria set in the ASCA National Model, recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and creating an exemplary educational environment. Congratulations to our School Counselors Darcy Storm, Jami Crisman, and Tomiko Long, who spent more than a year working with students, staff, administration, and the community to evaluate the Sevier Comprehensive School Counseling Program and implement standards that align with the national standards defined by ASCA. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Share Your Falcon's Successes
We are proud of our students and would love to know what they have accomplished outside of school. CLICK HERE to fill out the following information to recognize a student for their accomplishments in extracurricular activities such as sports, art, music, and other special hobbies.
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