5K and first grade registration will be held December 1 - 4, 2020. Parents will have two ways to enroll their child this year, online via BackPack or at the school. Elementary schools may begin entering students in PowerSchool for the 2021-22 school year on December 1, 2020. The 2021-22 School Year PowerSchool enrollment for newly registered students should be complete by Friday, January 8, 2021. Specific instructions for PowerSchool entry will be disseminated via the listserv. NOTE: students who are currently enrolled in a GCS 4K or 5K program do not need to register. Also, the GCS Virtual Program will be available for grades 5K-12 in 2021-2022. An application will be posted on the GCS website in early spring of 2021. Students must be registered or enrolled in Greenville County Schools to apply for the Virtual Program.
MAP testing is for ALL 1st and 2nd grade students.
· MAP Test Date: Dec 3rd: 8-11
· MAP Make Up Date: Dec 10th: 8-11
· Drop off and Pick up will be at the back of the school for virtual students.
On Friday, December 11, 2020, from 8:30-10:30 a.m., GCS Virtual Program students in Grades 3-8 are invited to take the SC ACT-142 TE21 Post-assessments at their home-based schools. Virtual students who participated in the SC ACT-142 Pre-assessments during LEAP Week (August 17-21) are encouraged to contact their home-based schools and RSVP to take the post-assessments on December 11. Virtual students who participate in the post-assessments at their home-based schools on December 11 will not be counted absent from their virtual classes that day. On December 11, virtual students must bring their Chromebooks and provide their own transportation to and from the home-based school location.
South Carolina School Report Cards have been released. To look up a school's report card go to https://www.screportcards.com/.
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.