For students currently attending VIRTUAL school, here is the state standardized testing schedule. Parents of current virtual students need to confirm with their child's virtual teacher that they WILL be coming to ENSA to take the tests on the dates listed below. Virtual teachers will complete a Google Form that confirms your child's participation so that we will be ready for them on testing days.
Thursday, April 29: 3rd-5th grade - ELA/Writing
Friday, April 30: 3rd-5th grade - ELA/Reading
Thursday, May 6: 4th grade ONLY - Science
Friday, May 7: 3rd-5th grade - Math
Here is the state standardized testing schedule for ENSA students currently attending face to face. Parents and students are reminded to attend and arrive to school on time on their testing days. This is not the schedule for virtual students.
To register for the Summer Bridge Program, you must have received a pink letter stating that your child needed to attend the summer program. To secure a spot for your child, you must click on this link and complete the registration information. Please remember to request bus transportation now, as we want to ensure that we are able to provide it for your child. Students who are a part of our ENSA Magnet program are not eligible for bus transportation for this summer program. Parents of Magnet students would have to provide transportation in the morning and afternoon.
The ENSA summer program will be housed at Lake Forest Elementary School, due to construction at our school. This program will be taught by ENSA teachers and administrators. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Brown by email at email@example.com or phone, 864-355-2915.
Looking for a book to read? Check out our small wooden book box that is located on the right side of the road by the ENSA school sign. Anyone may take a book or donate a book to share. The more the merrier! You don't need to return the exact book you borrowed, however, in order to keep the library full of good choices, please add a book or two to share. Happy Reading!
Our teachers often have Donor Choose Grants that have been written to get supplies, instructional materials, equipment, etc. for their classrooms. If you or someone you know wants to donate to any of our current projects that need funding, please visit the East North Street Academy Donors Choose page.
At East North Street Academy, we are excited to have volunteers working with our students and staff! There are a few things to remember if you would like to come and volunteer. Each adult who wants to visit the school (beyond the office) must have a valid ID that will be scanned on each visit to the school. This could be a valid Drivers License or State Issued ID. This strictly enforced district policy is to ensure the safety of everyone in our building and we appreciate your willingness to comply.
Interested in chaperoning field trips or volunteering in your child's classroom? In an effort to ensure the safety of all of our students and staff, Greenville County Schools has implemented additional security checks for school volunteers. All volunteers must submit an online application to the district and receive clearance before volunteering at any school/center or chaperoning any school field trip. Access School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines if you would like more information. It is important to remember that the approval process may take up to 2 weeks, so please plan ahead. This process must be repeated each school year.