Sex Education Dates
9th graded students are scheduled to received Sex Education Instruction April 23-May 13. The scheduled dates for Parent Preview are April 8-12. Parents who do not want their child to participate should complete and return the Student Exemption form in person to the school.
End of Year Exam Schedule
JL Mann 2018-2019 end of the year exam schedule.
Attendance Verification form for students who are applying for a driver's license
Students who are under 17 years of age and are applying for a South Carolina Driver’s License must complete the PDLA form (Practice Driving with a Licensed Adult). This form will be used to certify school attendance or a driver training school once a student has successfully completed the driver’s education course.
An applicant under the age of 17 must satisfy the school attendance requirement in accordance with SC Code of Law §56-1-176. Part 2 of Form PDLA must be completed and signed by a high school office administrator where the applicant is enrolled certifying that the applicant is currently enrolled and not currently suspended or expelled. The definition for “School Office Administrator” includes the principal, assistant principal, guidance counselor and administrative professional (secretary). Along with their signature, he or she must provide the title of their position at the school.
Changes in Powerschool for Emergency Text Messaging
Parents, in an effort to better communicate with you during times of emergency, the Greenville County Schools Communications Department is asking ONLY parents who currently have a landline listed as their “Primary Contact Phone” and wish to receive texts about school cancellations or other emergency schedule changes to please fill out the Change in Phone Number form. If you already have listed a cellular phone as your primary contact, you will not need to take action to receive this service. Please return the completed Change in Phone Number form to the school guidance office or fax it to 864-355-9672.
Broadband internet service available for low-income individuals in SC
Through budget and policy recommendations to the General Assembly, the Education Oversight Committee (EOC) has supported initiatives to expand Internet access to students in classrooms and beyond the traditional school day to students at home.
Access from AT&T® provides an affordable way for eligible low-income consumers to get affordable Internet access. Households with at least one resident participating in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) may qualify for Internet service at $5 or $10 per month, depending on the speed available. In addition, installation and Internet equipment fees will be waived for participating households. Potential customers can learn more and see if they qualify by visiting att.com/access, or by calling 1-855-220-5211 for assistance in English or 1-855-220-5225 for assistance in Spanish.
For more information on qualifications, click here.
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