Upcoming Events

News & Notes

GCS Job Fair

The Human Resources Department will host a Job Fair on Tuesday, October 27, 2020, at Golden Strip Career Center in Greenville. This fair will take place from 5-7 pm. The school district will be hiring for the following positions: Bus Drivers, Bus Aides, Custodians and Food Service Operators. Hiring managers will be on hand to speak with and answer any questions from interested applicants. GCS Job Fair Flyer 

2nd Grade Testing

ALL second grade students (face-to-face AND virtual) will be taking the Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) and Iowa Test in October. The CogAT is a nationally standardized aptitude test which provides an estimate of the likelihood of a student's success in certain academic areas. The CogAT is an untimed test, but should take approximately 45 minutes per day to complete. 

The Iowa is a nationally standardized test which measures students' performance in reading and math. The Iowa is an untimed test, but should take approximately one hour per day to complete. 

Makeup Testing will be on November 2 and/or 4-12

VIRTUAL STUDENTS: Parents must provide transportation to and from testing. Students must come to ENSA for three days of testing. 

All students are encouraged to perform to the best of their ability. Here are a few tips:

2nd Grade Testing Information

Students Begin to Return to Full-Time

GCS has released the plan for all elementary students to return to full-time, in-person instruction. Different grades will begin coming back on different dates, so it is important that all families pay close attention to the attendance schedules in the coming weeks. Schedule information can be found above on our slider, but if you would like more details, please click here to access the GCS district website. If you would like information in Spanish, click here for K-1 information and click here for 2-5 information

Bus Riders

Bus with studentsParents who have students riding buses should have been contacted by the Transportation Office to give you a pick up/drop off time. Please remember that busses may be 10 minutes early or late for pickup/delivery. Our bus students are a part of the Taylors Transportation Center and the contact number is 864-355-7330 if you have any questions. 

Students in grades K4, K5, and first grades MUST be tagged and a parent MUST have a tag with the same number to receive the student at the bus stop. Otherwise, the child will be returned to the school and the guardian will be called to pick up the child at school. All students riding the bus must wear a mask, no matter what grade they are in.


kid in maskStudents will need to have a mask and water bottle with them each day they are at school. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that students in grades K4, K5 and SPED wear a mask. It is MANDATORY that students in grades 1-5 wear a mask at school when they cannot socially distance. Schools will not provide students with masks unless there is an emergency. 

School Start & End Times

school timeSchool begins at 7:45am and ends at 2:15pm. Students may enter the building at 7:15 and students are considered tardy if they arrive at school after 7:45am. The afternoon carline starts at 2:15 and students should be picked up from school NO LATER than 2:30pm

Car Riders

car ridersStudents will need to be prepared to open their own car doors to exit the car and enter the car. Staff members are not expected to open car doors due to DHEC regulations. 

Dismissal will begin at 2:15pm. Please have your car number placed in your window where it can be easily seen. If you do not have a car number, you will need to park and come into the school to get your student after you show your photo ID. This procedure starts the first day of school. Please be on time and patient in the car line the first couple of days as students get familiar with the process. 

Extended Day Program (EDP) Updates

If you are interested in enrolling your child in the ENSA afterschool program when we resume a regular schedule or if you have questions about our program, please contact Jennifer Brown, 864-355-2915 or jbrown@greenville.k12.sc.us 

School Visitor & Volunteer Guidelines

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. 

ENSA's Little Free Library

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! 

Donors Choose Projects

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.

Children's Online Privacy Protection Act - COPPA

Greenville County Schools believes that technology is an important resource for enhancing the education of students with the most effective web-based tools and applications for learning. To provide students with access to web-based resources and to comply with federal regulations, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Children's Online Privacy Proctection Act (COPPA), pertaining to the confidentiality of student information, Greenville County Schools has considered the educational value of and entered into agreements with several third-party computer software applications and web-based services. These third-party providers include Edmodo, Google Apps for Education, Office 365 for Education, and other similar educational programs. A list of the programs  with terms of use and privacy policy for each can be found at the Greenville County School's COPPA Page.