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TIME: 3-4:30PM  
WHERE: League Academy Gymnasium
-All participants will enter and exit through the side gym door and MUST have a ride waiting for them in the parking lot by the gym at 4:30pm. 
-An account for parent and student must be made on planeths.com and all forms for trying out must be up to date and filled out in order to participate.  
-contact Coach Robertson for further information: crobertson@greenville.k12.sc.us 


-The Extended Day Program will begin taking applications and any payments on July 1, 2024 for the 2024/2025 school year. 

-If you have an outstanding balance from a previous year, the balance must be paid in full before the new registration will be submitted. If you have a credit, it will be rolled over to the new school year. 

-As of now, the rates are the same as last year, but this could increase according to the district. 

-Applications can be found HERE. 

-Payments can be made on myschoolbucks.com OR by cash/check (made out to League Academy) in the front office on or after July 1, 2024. 

-If you have any further questions after reading the registration form please email crobertson@greenville.k12.sc.us .  

Tdap Vaccine

Students entering the seventh grade, who have not received the Tdap vaccine by the beginning of next school year (August 2024), will not be allowed to attend school until they have received the vaccine and provided proof to the school nurse. South Carolina law requires that all students entering the seventh grade receive one (1) dose of Tdap vaccine. Tdap vaccine protects children from three serious diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (often called whooping cough). State law began the requirement for the Tdap vaccination in the 2013-14 school year. 


Contact the school nurse at your child’s school, call 864-355-3100, or visit greenville.k12.sc.us.


Estudiantes que ingresan al séptimo grado, que no han recibido la vacuna Tdap al partir del próximo año escolar (agosto de 2024), no se les permitirá asistir a la escuela hasta que hayan recibido la vacuna y proporcionado pruebas a la enfermera de la escuela. La ley de Carolina del Sur requiere que todos los estudiantes que ingresan al séptimo grado reciban una (1) dosis de la vacuna Tdap. La vacuna Tdap protege a los niños de tres enfermedades graves: tétanos, difteria y tos ferina. Esta ley estatal que ordena que la vacunación de Tdap sea obligatoria se hizo efectiva durante el año escolar 2013-14.


Comuníquese con la enfermera de la escuela de su hijo/a, llame al 864-355-3100 o visite greenville.k12.sc.us. 

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