Parents of rising seventh grade students have been notified that their child must have the Tdap vaccination or they must submit an objector’s statement to their child’s school for their child to attend school prior to the first day of school, Tuesday, August 20. Students not meeting the Tdap vaccination requirement will not be allowed to attend school on the first day.
Students new to Greenville County from other South Carolina counties or other states are granted a 30-day exemption from the date of the student’s enrollment.
The Tdap vaccine protects against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough). State Law began the requirement for the Tdap vaccination in the 2019-2020 school year. The Tdap vaccination is given by health providers, many pharmacies, and the Greenville County Health Department. For additional information, please contact the Health Department at 864-282-4100.
We will be moving to a professional dress standard for all students. A professional dress standard is slightly different than a uniform. Our goal is not to have all the students dress alike – it is to set the stage for developing a college state of mind and to establish a standard of quality that sets our students apart from other students within the community, the state and the nation.
Our professional dress standard includes the following items:
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Greenville County Schools has released the 2019-2020 academic calendar. The first day of school for students is Tuesday, August 20, 2019, which is the first day South Carolina schools are allowed to begin the 2019-2020 year per state law. The last day of school is Thursday, June 4, 2020.
As we are fast approaching the 2019-2020 school year, it is vital that we have your accurate address information on file. If you have moved, please call the front office at 864-355-7560 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proof of Residency requires at least two documents from the following list:
The Marcus Whitfield Youth Camp, coming to Berea High School July 8-12. The Marcus Whitfield Youth Camp is a non-profit day camp sponsored by the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office and staffed by Sheriff’s Office personnel. Its mission is to aid rising 6th-9th graders in making sound decisions and reaching their potential. The camp features physical and mental challenges, huge games, fun team building activities and lots of hands-on learning opportunities. Our goal is to provide these students with some additional tools to help them not only to make good decisions, but to be better equipped to succeed at school, at home, and in society. There is NO CHARGE for this camp and lunch and snacks will be provided. Parents are, however, expected to be responsible for transportation to and from camp each day. To register, please visit www.gcso.org, call 864-355-2071, or click here to download the application.
Greenville County Schools, Food and Nutrition Services will be participating in the Seamless Summer Food Service Program during the months June, July and August.