Greenville County Schools’ Change in Assignment (CIA) School Choice Lottery Window will be available from November 14 through December 2, 2022 where parents can submit a choice request form for up to three schools for their child at their number one choice school.
Choice request forms are available at every school (except magnet schools) and must be completed and submitted at the number one choice school. This form is not available online. Order of receipt of CIA form at schools during the CIA Lottery Window does not affect selection.
All parents/guardians interested in applying for a possible CIA school choice slot at a school other than their assigned school based on their resident address should apply during the Change in Assignment Choice Lottery Window. Parents of 2023-24 kindergarten students should apply during the CIA Lottery Window (do not wait until kindergarten registration). This includes parents who already have a sibling at the school.
A lottery will be conducted and results will be posted no later than February 8, 2023 on the GCS website, reflecting the numerical order of applicants. Results provide the order of applicants by grade for each school only and do not reflect assignment or approval. This list is static and does not reflect waitlist number(s) after initial choice allocations. Parents can access lottery numerical order results by using their CIA choice form number and it is suggested parents take a picture of the form to avoid misplacement of the CIA number. Later, available space by grade level will determine the choice assignments for each school. Requests submitted after January 3, 2023 or later are not posted.
Change in Assignment Choice notification letters will be mailed to parents/guardians by March 31, 2023, advising if the student received a slot at a requested school or if placed on a waitlist. Waitlist number will be provided.
Calling all artists to SHOW YOUR VOICE in this year's PTSA Reflections contest! Choose a category: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts or Special Art Division. Submit your art for a chance to win prizes, scholarships and more! Click here to read the guidelines and submit your entry form. The deadline is December 13, 2022.
The submission will be judged in three areas: INTERPRETATION: how closely the piece relates to the theme, based on the work itself and the artist statement; CREATIVITY: how creative and original the piece is in its conception of the theme and its presentation; TECHNIQUE: the level of skill demonstrated in the basic principles/techniques
of the arts area.
For questions or help, please contact the Reflections PTSA leader, Nikki Draper, at firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 858.354.2807.
Purchase your Fisher yearbook today! The cost is $40, and you can add a personalized name plate for an additional $5. Parents of 8th graders, you can also purchase an ad for your student at this site. Be sure to order your ad by December 31, 2022 to get it into the yearbook! Click here to place your order. Fisher's job number is 20893.
Introducing Fisher Reels! In these videos, you can see Fisher students participating in activities all over our school. The videos are edited and produced by Ms. Nicole Smith's Video Production students. Check out our latest Reels!
7th Grade Green did a project-based unit around the driving question "Do you know what's in your cereal?" In science, students learned about elements in the periodic table and created their own healthy cereal brands. In ELA students presented their products with a sales pitch, and in math they compared prices and graphed their data. Social Studies classes labeled maps of where their elements were discovered and answered the 5 W's. This video was filmed by Alexis Allen and edited by Demetrius Massey.
This video shows Mrs. Peay's 6th grade science classes creating ancient civilization roller coasters. Students worked in teams to design and build models of workable roller coasters that could be used in a local theme park. This video was filmed and produced by Jaxson Hendrix, one of Mrs. Smith's TV production students.
In Beyerle's Birdhouses, you can see students in Mr. Beyerle's Intro to Engineering and Design class presenting their specially designed birdfeeders. Alex Lay from McMillan Pazdan Smith challenged students to design and build birdfeeders especially for a specific bird. They followed the engineering design process to complete their projects, then they presented their final products to local business professionals. This video was recorded by AJ Cunningham and edited by Jaylen Mansell and Isaiah Benson.