Let's get our read on! Have your child read 10 books, and list the books on a sheet of paper. Take a picture of your child's list or have your child type up their list to send to the school through email, Dojo, or whatever is easiest for you. Once you submit your list, your child will receive a virtual surprise! Logs are due May 1st. Any books count. Books read together count. Books read to younger brothers or sisters or grandparents on Skype count. Assigned reading passages count too.
Questions? Contact Jennifer Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can't wait to see some of the books your child is reading!
Map of Sites for Free Meals/WiFi
GCSD has developed an interactive map showing where WiFi and meals are available through the GCS FANS feeding program. Red pins indicate meals and WiFi, blue pins are for WiFi access only. Please check out the map of sites here: https://batchgeo.com/map/b5f7d46808351ef682a403e8e32885f9
Due to the required cancelation of school at this time, students in 2nd-5th grade will be bringing their assigned Chromebook and charger home. Students must follow Greenville County School policies for Chromebook use (see school website for policy). All activities on Chromebooks can and will be monitored by the school and district. Please remind your child that this is school property and must be used only for school related work. Students must bring back Chromebooks and chargers upon return to school in the condition with which they were received. Please use the links below for support during eLearning.
Kindergarten registration for the 2020-2021 school year is underway. Please bring student's birth certificate, shot records, 2 proofs of address, and parent ID with you to register your child.
1st Grade students who had a waiver for Kindergarten should also register at this time.
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.