- School Profile
- School Portfolio
- Annual Report to the Community
- Sara Collins PYP Program of Inquiry
- Principal's Letter
Documents and Forms
Nov. 19 - Nov. 20
A: Philly Cheese Steak
A: Mashed Potatoes w/ Meatballs
|B: Breaded Chicken Bites with Roll||
B: Mashed Potatoes w/ Turkey Pot Roast
C: Mashed Potatoes w/ Chicken
|C: Yogurt, Cheese, and Roll||D: Yogurt, Cheese, and Roll|
THANK YOU, PTA!
Thank you to our fabulous PTA and school community for a wonderful Freaky Friday! The Freaky Friday Co-Chairs, Committee Members, and Volunteers invested countless hours of planning, making, baking, building, hauling, organizing, and cleaning up. Our students receive the benefit of everyone's generosity and hard work. Special thanks to Mary Bulla and Kimberly Abdella for their wonderful leadership!
Welcome to Sara Collins Elementary! Click for a letter from Dr. Melissa Burns, our school principal.
Scout's Rock is the large painted rock in front of the school at the corner of Parkins Mill Rd. and Betty Spencer Drive.
Scout’s Rock is a great way to send a special message and show your school spirit or tell someone "Happy Birthday!"
• Reservations are required
• Dates are available on a first come, first served basis. No businesses, please.
• Cost is $10 for one day (3pm-3pm)
To make a reservation, click this sign-up link.
For details on painting the rock, click here for information.
School Supplies for 2018-19
To see a list of supplies by grade level, visit the supplies list page here on our website.
Appreciation in Action
Roles were reversed at Sara Collins Elementary where students took time to prepare and serve Food and Nutrition Services (FANS) staff lunch. Special needs students went on a field trip to purchase items and spent the morning preparing a meal that they served to thank the FANS staff for their service to the school. Check out the video!
Greenville Journal Partnership
Greenville Journal Partnership - GCS is excited to announce a new partnership with The Greenville Journal to showcase our award-winning students, staff, and schools in a way that’s never been done before! The Journal has created a Greenville County Schools section on their website where parents and other community members can watch videos, view photos, link to our website and Facebook page, and find information on special topics such as the Strategic Education Plan. Our publication Class Acts has been posted here. Future Class Acts editions are posted in April and June. The Graduation Edition and Teachers of the Year editions will be printed and distributed through The Journal, copies will be delivered to schools, and the information will be posted on this page. Check this link to see award-winning students and staff.
The Amazing Shake
The Amazing Shake is a competition that allowed our 5th grade students the opportunity to demonstrate manners, self-discipline, respect, and professional conduct. This was our first time planning such an event, and we were excited to have members of the community partner with us. The competition was completed in four rounds. For more details and a slide show, check out this link!
Medications at School
School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines
Greenville County Schools (GCS), in an effort to ensure the safety of all of our students, is implementing additional security checks for school volunteers. Effective immediately, all volunteers must submit an application to the school and receive clearance from the district before interacting with children in the school or chaperoning any school field trip. Volunteers are now identified by two different categories: Level I or Level II. Please click here to review the details and find applications on the GCS website.
Learn English Online for Free! Aprende Inglés online, gratis !
A new program available to parents who would like to learn English and become more involved in their child’s academic achievement. The program is free to parents and is on a first come first served basis. Rosetta Stone® Community Solution for K-12 is a program available to the parents of our English Language Learners. This program provides the parents of our English Language Learners an opportunity to learn and develop their English Language skills. It enables parents to increase their engagement in their child’s school and contribute to improving their child’s educational achievement. The online lessons from Rosetta Stone® Community Solution for K-12 allow parents to use this program at home, work, on their phone, or anywhere they have access to the internet.
If you would like to have access to this program, please contact your child’s ESOL teacher. The ESOL teacher will be able to provide you with a code to access the program and share general log-in instructions. Click for more information.