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GCSD Job Fair

The Greenville County School District will be hosting a job fair on May 22nd from 5-7pm, at Duncan Chapel Elementary. 

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GCS 2018 Progress Report

The Greenville County Schools 2018  Progress Report is now available to view online. The Progress Report provides information for GCS stakeholders about all five goal areas: student achievement, personnel, environment, resources and communications. The Progress Report also features stories that showcase employess and students. 

You may access the Progress Report by clicking here. 

  

State Testing to begin in May

Students and Parents,  please take a moment to review the state testing schedule below. 

SPRING 2018 STATE TESTING DATES

May 2

English I – TDA

8th Grade English I students ONLY

May 9

ELA Session 1 – TDA

all students, all grades

May 10

ELA Session 2 – Reading

all students, all grades

May 15

Math

all students, all grades

May 16

Science, Social Studies

Science (grades 6 and 8, all students); Social Studies (grade 7, all students)

May 25

English I Reading EOC

8th Grade English I students ONLY

May 31

Algebra I

8th Grade Algebra I students ONLY

  

A Letter From Mr. Collington

Hello Berea Bulldog Family,
 

I am extremely honored to begin this new chapter at such a wonderful middle school. Words cannot express the excitement in being named as the next principal of Berea Middle School. I am looking forward to meeting everyone in the coming months during this transition. Mrs. Mill and all of the teachers and staff have been very gracious and this will be a smooth transition for the school. I would like to give you a little information about me so that you can get to know me. 
 

I was born and raised in Greenville, South Carolina. Following graduation from USC-Upstate, I began my educational career at my alma mater, Wade Hampton High School. For four years, I taught various English courses and was the founder/coordinator of a mentoring program called My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Male Mentoring Program that brought me much joy. Besides teaching high school, I was an adjunct professor at Greenville Technical College. I began my administrative career at Northside Middle School in Greenwood School District 50. I was also the assistant principal at Greenwood High School and the principal of Brewer Middle School. After 8 years in Greenwood School District 50, I decided to come back to the school district that groomed me to the man I am today. For the past year, I have been on the administrative team at Carolina High School and Academy. I am delighted to return to my love and that is middle school.  I am married to Deniela Sherard-Collington who is an English teacher at McCants Middle School in the Anderson 5 School District. We have two adorable daughters. Kerrington (Kerri) is in the third grade and we have a three year old named Kyleigh. We look forward to totally immersing ourselves in the Berea culture.  If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact me at ccollington@greenville.k12.sc.us. I look forward to getting to know all of our families, students, teachers, and staff.  Go Bulldogs!

 

Corey O. Collington
Incoming Principal at Berea Middle School
#BelieveinBereaMiddle 
#TheBereaWay 

  

A.R.M.E.S. 2018-2019

A.R.M.E.S

The online nomination process for the 2018-2019 ARMES Program is now open. Current second through seventh grade students may be nominated by a teacher, parent, other adult, self, or peer.
 
The ARMES Program at the FIne Arts Center is a tuition-free arts program for students in grades 3 through 8 who have demonstrated outstanding talents and a deep interest in dance, strings, theatre or visual arts. The purpose of the program is to allow students to explore their chosen art form in depth while promoting individual creativity.
 
For more information about the program or how to apply click on the link below:
https://sites.google.com/a/greenvilleschools.us/armes/