Please join the Lake Forest PTA. Membership is $5. We would love to have 100% membership. Our PTA supports students and staff. They have already helped purchase Reflex Math and RAZ Kids for our school this year. These are both virtual programs to help our students with math and reading.
Based on continued improvement to the Greenville County Spread Data metrics as reported by DHEC, and absent a dramatic and negative swing in spread data over the next week, Greenville County Schools will move to Attendance Plan 2 the week of September 7. Under this plan, students attend in-person school two days a week and are on eLearning the other three. Approximately 50% of students are in the building each day.
Because of the Labor Day holiday, students in the Blue and Green attendance groups will still only attend one day the first week (Wednesday), but all students will have an in-person day despite the holiday. Under Attendance Plan 2, the Blue and Green students attend in-person school on Monday and Wednesday, while Red and Purple students attend in-person on Tuesday and Thursday. All students are on eLearning on Friday.
Want to take a tour of Lake Forest? Check out our virtual tour video.
School Based Teacher Laptop Repairs
School-based teachers or Staff that require technical support should contact the school TAC for assistance during normal school hours.
Virtual Teacher Laptop Repairs
Teachers in the virtual program who require technical support may call 864-355-4357 (HELP) at any time. If no one is available, the teacher should leave a message. ETS Systems Support will be staffed Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30. ETS technicians will be available to try and resolve problems remotely. In the event the issue cannot be resolved remotely, teachers may bring their laptops to one of the four career centers (Mon-Thu, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM) for further troubleshooting and repair.
ETS technicians at the career centers will attempt to resolve the issue. However, in the event the problem cannot be resolved in a reasonable amount of time, the teacher will be given a loaner laptop until the repair has been completed. Once the laptop has been repaired, ETS will contact the teacher to swap out the loaner laptop for the original.
Chromebook Repairs – Face to Face/E-Learning Students
On days that students physically attend school, students may turn in their Chromebook for repair at their school and receive a loaner device. Once repaired, the Chromebook will be returned to the school and must then be returned to the student.
On days when students participate in E-learning, students may call (864) 355-4357 for assistance with minor issues. If the Chromebook is not functioning properly, students should bring Chromebooks to the nearest career center (Mon-Thu, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM) for repair and to receive a loaner device. Once repaired, Chromebooks will be returned to the student’s home school and must be returned to the student in exchange for the loaner Chromebook.
Chromebook Repairs – Virtual Students
Virtual students may call (864) 355-4357 for assistance with minor issues. They may also bring Chromebooks to the nearest career center (Mon-Thu, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM) for repair and to receive a loaner device. Once repaired, Chromebooks will be returned to the student’s home school. The school staff will then contact the student to notify them that the Chromebook is available for pickup.
ETS loaner Chromebooks returned from students should be held at the home school until further notice from ETS.
If you would like your child to take home meals for the days he/she is participating in eLearning, please complete this form.
Take-Home Meal orders are Due WEEKLY before 12pm on the day child attends school.
IF YOU HAVE NOT APPLIED FOR FREE LUNCH, WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO PLEASE APPLY. THE APPLICATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE DISTRICTS WEB PAGE or click this link:
Please reach out to FANS Manager:
Manager: Heidi Yonkin
A backpack for parents account provides parents, guardians, or contacts with a central place to sign in to do the following:
South Carolina School Report Cards
Below is the link to our School Report Card, released October 1, 2019 by the State Department of Education. Based on a number of factors, each school in the state has been rated as excellent, good, average, below average, or unsatisfactory.
These report cards factor in multiple data points, test scores and surveys. The report attempts to measure a school’s academic achievement, student progress, college and career readiness and school climate. The reports will also include data on English Learners’ Progress, Student Safety, and Financial information. High School reports will factor in graduation rates.
If you have any questions or concerns related to our school’s ratings, feel free to contact our principal via email or phone.