The Human Resource Operations Department will be hosting a Job Fair! Full positions with benefits are available. Please see the flyer below for further information. The Fair will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at Lifelong Learning @ Sullivan Center, 206 Wilkins Street, Greenville, SC from 2:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Nominate an eighth grade boy or girl for an ACE (Advocate for Character and Education) Award which honors local students who have overcome personal struggles and battle the odds while persevering and achieving amazing things in their churches, home, and communities. Coaches 4 Character is looking for a few young, unsung heroes. Nominations for the 2021 ACE Awards are open through February 8, 2021. For nominations, please click on the link below.
At-Risk 4-K Registration for 2021-2022 is January 11 - March 10, 2021. Programs are offered at various elementary schools and six child development centers. Children who will be four years old on or before September 1, 2021 may be eligible for this free program. Eligibility for 4K is based on academic and developmental needs, low family income, and low parent education level. Parents/guardians may apply online or by telephone. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
GCS requests community’s help in reversing COVID spread. As COVID cases in Greenville County and the State of South Carolina continue to rise, Greenville County Schools is asking students, parents, and the greater community to help ensure the return to in-person school in the district is not derailed by rising numbers. GCS is asking all citizens to follow DHEC guidelines to help reverse the current increase: wear a mask when in public, avoid large gatherings, frequently wash or sanitize hands and high-touch surfaces, stay home and away from others when sick, and seek medical advice when running a fever, developing a new or worsening cough, experiencing shortness of breath, or losing the sense of taste or smell.
As Greenville County Middle Schools start the process of returning to full-time in-person instruction, we ask that our Riverside Students & Families watch the attached videos as a review of proper procedures for wearing a mask.
ALL 8th-12th grade students, along with a parent/guardian and a school counselor, are required to participate in an Individual Graduation Plan (IGP) conference each year. This is a state-required meeting to discuss your student’s current career and future interests and review important information as they begin to prepare for high school. As the IGP sign-up deadline has now passed, counselors will be contacting students to schedule these meetings.
We ask that all families view this IGP Informational Video and review the documents included prior to your student’s meeting. The same information will be covered with all families. Please contact the appropriate Guidance Counselor listed below for any questions. We look forward to meeting with you. Thank you!
Brick and Mortar Students
A - D: Stacy Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
E - K: Susan Simpson (email@example.com)
L - Q: Lynn Truitt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
R - Z: Pam Wall (email@example.com)
K8 Virtual Students
Bethany King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|IGP Overview||Transition to Block Schedule||Block Schedule FAQs||Graduation Plus|
|High School Basics||SC Uniform Grading Scale||ACT vs SAT||Guide to SAT Practice|
|SC Scholarship and Grant Information||Military Options||Parent Action Plan|
Whether students are attending school Face-to-Face/eLearning or Virtually, please visit the following link for Chromebook repairs.