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How will students be graded during closure?

Greenville County Schools announce a grading update for middle and high school students. Based on guidance from the state, seniors must complete all coursework by May 15th. Teachers are streamlining content to ensure students can complete assignments by that deadline. The state has also directed districts to provide one combined grade for the second semester instead of separate third-quarter and fourth-quarter grades.  Work completed by middle and high school students during the closure will be graded for participation and engagement using four descriptors.  Work that Meets Expectations will receive a 100.  Work that Approaches Expectations will receive an 85, work that Does Not Meet Expectations will result in a 70, and work that is Not Handed In will receive a 50.  Utilizing these performance levels, students will be assigned a numerical semester grade that combines existing graded work from the 3rd quarter and the participation and engagement grades from quarter 4.

Please visit www.greenville.k12.sc.us and click on the eLearning site for a more detailed description of these grading changes and the reasoning behind these decisions.


Supporting Teenagers & Young Adults During This Crisis

Tips for parents with older children at home

A letter from your Student Body President

eLearning Student Survey

Students.....We want to hear from you. Please take a minute to fill out our eLearning Survey.

District policy regarding student DMV forms

After the parent or student completes the top part of the PDLA form, the parent may scan and email the form or email a photo of this form to Kristie Garrett. Her email address is krgarrett@greenville.k12.sc.us 

After confirming the student’s participation in eLearning, Ms. Garrett will sign the form and email it back to the parent.  If the student has not been participating in eLearning, the parent will be notified that the student needs to participate in order for the form to be signed.

Please be sure to write your email address on the form. 

Forms will be processed between Mondays – Thursdays . Please allow up to 48 hours for this request to be processed.

A message from Principal Darah Huffman

A message from Principal Huffman

eWarrior Press Newsletter -

This newsletter will spotlight and profile faculty, staff, coaches, students, members of the community, etc. – not only during our eLearning time, but hopefully beyond when we return to the cozy confines of RHS

eWarrior Press

RHS Closed through April 30

Per the orders of Governor McMaster, RHS and all GCS schools will be closed through April 30. All after school events scheduled for this time are also cancelled. We understand there are many questions regarding this unprecedented situation. As more information becomes available, we will post updates here. Please be patient and check back for updates.

eLearning is currently in progress.  Students should be checking Google Classroom and their GCS email account for information from their teachers. Students without internet connection can connect to Wi-Fi in the parking lots of any Greenville County School between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Please check back for additional information.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Monitoring and Response Bulletin

Meal Delivery & WiFi Sites   

Meal Delivery & WiFi Map   

FAQ for RHS Students & Parents   

Have a Question about the school closure?   


eLearning Information     

Focus Tips for eLearning  

AP Information for Students

At-Home Resources through ETV

Digital Counseling

Instructions for Downloading to Chromebooks
Please see the following documents for instructions on downloading to Chromebooks and accessing Google Classroom files and websites while offline. 

Accessing Google Classroom      Accediendo a Google Classroom

Charter Spectrum - Charter is offering free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps. To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. With this service students with district Chromebooks will have internet access. Please be very clear with the provider of the terms of the agreement and the point at which any charges may assessed.
Internet AvailabilityOur wi-fi has been strengthened such that Internet access is possible in the parking lot or bus drive of any school facility in Greenville County Schools. Parking in these areas is allowable between 7:00 am and 7:00 pm.
Chromebook Repairs - Beginning Monday (3/23), students may deliver broken Chromebooks to the nearest Career Center (Bonds Career Center- 505 N. Main Street Greer for RHS students) between 7:30-5:30 Monday -Thursday. Staff at those locations will swap out the defective device for a refurbished device. This will be a drive-through repair center where parents and students do not need to get out of their cars. Teachers and students should call into HELPDESK (355-4357) for technical assistance.
Students with Special Needs - If your student is being served with an IEP, special educators are available for assistance. Case managers are sending out information through Google Classroom. They will also be reaching out each school day to the individual students offering assistance.
Quarter 3 Report CardsQuarter 3 report cards will be available 3/27. Parents should check backpack (formerly Portal) in lieu of a traditional report card. However, if a paper report card is needed, please contact the office at 864-355-7800.
United Way of Greenville County has opened a 2-1-1 hotline to provide access to resources and information about emergency services. Individuals can call the United Way 2-1-1 hotline 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to access resources and information about where to find emergency needs services, such as access to food, shelter, healthcare, and transportation. We appreciate the support of the United Way for making the health and well-being of children, vulnerable families, and individuals a priority.

School Choice

All families who applied for a new school assignment through the GCS Change in Assignment process have been mailed a letter providing the new assignment (if they got a slot) or their waitlist number (if no slot was available).  All questions should be directed to planning@greenville.k12.sc.us 


Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

IGP Survey

Parents and Students are invited to complete an IGP survey and provide feedback on the registration process

IGP Survey

If You're in a Crisis Now....

If you're in a crisis now, do not hesitate to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: