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A.R.M.E.S. Program Accepting Nominations
A.R.M.E.S. is an after-school artistic Gifted and Talented program for rising 3rd through 8th grade Greenville County students. A.R.M.E.S. allows students to explore their chosen art form in depth while promoting individual creativity in areas such as Strings, Art, Dance, Creative Writing, and Drama. Students may be nominated and audition for as many areas as they have interest, but once accepted into the program, can only participate in one area per year. A separate nomination form for each discipline is required. Anyone can nominate a student, including teachers, parents, other adults, or the student. Visit the ARMES Program Website, click on the link, "ARMES NOMINATION" and complete the online nomination. Nominations will be accepted through April 1, 2021.

4K Registration Open Until March 10th

To be considered, children must turn four years old on or before September 1, 2021. Parents can apply online at https://bit.ly/3mHuiH9 or call 864-452-0437 if they do not have internet access.  Completing the application does not guarantee that the child will be enrolled. Notification of acceptance will be sent to parents via email by April 1, 2021.  Children selected for 4K programs must demonstrate academic or developmental needs and/or risk factors such as low family income and low parent education level.  A child’s primary custodial parent/legal guardian can submit the application, they must provide birth certificate, shot records, guardian ID, and two proofs of address. The GCS Virtual Program is not available to 4K students. 


Please submit notes for your child's attendance here. Thank-you for keeping up with your student's attendance. 

Did you know...a student must be in class for at least three hours to be counted present. It is a state policy that we track the exact time that a student arrives tardy or is dismissed early so that we know how much time a child is in school to the minute. For more information on student attendance please see the district website, or speak to your school's office clerk or social worker.