PSAT 2022 information for Current 7th Grade Students

words Each year, the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) is offered for 8th graders in Greenville County. Students who score exemplary on the ELA and/or the Math sections of state testing automatically qualify to take this rigorous test for free.  The opportunity is also offered to all other 8th graders for the cost of $18.00.  If you have a current 7th grade student that has accommodations for standardized testing that may qualify and/or you wish for them to take the PSAT you must notify the school counseling department to apply for testing accommodations for the PSAT by Wednesday, May 25th.  If you decide after the deadline that you would like for your child to take the PSAT they still can, however they would take it without accommodations. Remember all students will take the PSAT in 10th grade.  Please call Jami Crisman 355-8485 to pursue accommodations or for any questions.

Field Day Reminders

Field Day Reminders:  May 23 is 6th Grade, May 24 is 7th Grade, and May 26 is 8th Grade Field Day.  This is an all-day event.  Homerooms will compete against each other.  Students that did not purchase a field day shirt should wear a shirt the same color as their homeroom. Students should bring a towel, wear and bring sunscreen and bring money for concessions. 

Field Day Participation Requirements:  Students with school debts or overdue library books are not allowed to participate in Field Day.  Students that have referrals resulting in 2 instances of ISS or 1 instance of OSS between the dates of April 19th and the day of Field Day will not be able to participate. 

Complete Sports Requirements

Students interested in playing sports next year are encouraged to get their sports physical and complete their PlanetHS requirements now.  These are required in order to try out for a sport as well as participate in any training sessions over the summer.  Those interested in playing girls volleyball are especially asked to get these requirements taken care of soon.  Sport physicals completed now are good for all sports next school year.

End of Year Events

We have the following events on our calendar.

Summer School Registration Information

All students who fail an academic class are required to attend Summer School for 4 weeks. Please review the following summer school flyer for details.  Registration links and forms will be available from April 25th - June 15th.  Those requiring bus transportation must register no later than May 5th to guarantee bus transportation.  

Summer School Online Registration form

Summer School Flyer 2022      Summer School Flyer 2022 in Spanish

Order your Yearbook!

yearbook clipartYearbook Day is scheduled for Friday, May 27, 2022.  We have a limited number of books left. Don’t miss out on this year’s book!  Parents may order online through Jostens for $40.  If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Blakely at

Go to to Order

Virtual Summer School Sessions

If you interested in taking a summer session for high school credit; there are 2 programs that students can use to take virtual courses: GCVSP & VirtualSC. Please review the 2 websites below.  Contact Mrs. Long ( in the counseling department if you are interested in registering for specific registration directions.

GCVSP Link  This is an in-district program that runs through google classroom. There is a fee.

VirtualSC Link  This is a state-wide program that is FREE and runs through their own Dashboard on their website.

Tranportation Forms 2022-23

Forms for class registrations for the 2022-2023 school year were sent home with all students in March. Attached to the course selection sheet was a transportation form for 2022-2023. All transportation forms for the upcoming school year are due back to Sevier no later than July 14th. Requests received after July 15th may not be routed for the first day of school. Transportation for late forms will be implemented in the order in which they are received by the Transportation office beginning September 6th 2022. If your student is currently a bus rider or planning to be a bus rider next year, please take the time to fill out and return this form for your student. The transportation forms can be found on the Greenville County Schools website, on our Sevier website, or in the front office during school hours. This form helps us ensure that each student is coded correctly so they will have the right transportation at the beginning of the school year.  If you or your student has already turned in their form, there is no need to fill out another one. Thank you to those that have already submitted their forms.

Transportation form 2022-23  

Spanish Transportation form 2022-23

Early Dismissal Procedures

As walk-in dismissals have continued to increase, we want to remind our families again to please follow the early dismissal procedures to minimize classroom disruptions.  Students planning to have an early dismissal should come to the front office upon arrival at school on the day of their dismissal and turn in a parent note. The parent note should contain the time and reason for the dismissal, a contact phone number, and parent signature.  If someone other than a parent is picking up the student, their name should be provided on the parent note as well.  The student will receive an early dismissal slip as their pass out of class at the time of their dismissal.  Those picking up for early dismissal should park in the parking lot and must come into the office with their photo ID to sign out their student.  Walk-in dismissals are discouraged as they require staff to interrupt class instruction, which hinders classroom focus and productivity.  Students that do not have prearranged early dismissals (by turning in a parent note and receiving a dismissal slip), may be released at class change to minimize class interruptions.   The cut off for walk-in and call-in dismissals is 2:30pm (last class change).  The cut off for pre-arranged dismissals is 3:15pm, however we recommend scheduling for no later than 3:00pm due to the afternoon car line traffic.

COVID Testing Sites

Starting Monday, September 13, 2021, Greenville County Schools, in coordination with DHEC and MAKO Medical Laboratories, will provide free drive through COVID testing exclusively for Greenville County School students and employees.   The three locations are Fountain Inn High School, MT Anderson Support Center, and Northside Park.  There is no appointment necessary.  Students are asked to present their school issued ID or chromebook upon check-in.   While it may be disappointing that other family members cannot access this resource, the restriction of this opportunity helps ensure a quick result turnaround time (usually within 24 hours) for our students and a streamlined process for students eligible for the newly instated “Early Return from Quarantine” protocols.  Please review the district’s information flyers attached to this announcement and also found on the GCS website. 

Free GCS COVID Testing Information (English)

UBICACIONES DE PRUEBA  (Spanish version GCS COVID Testing Information)

GCS "Early Return from Quarantine" Protocol Notice

Support our Sevier PTA

Join PTA

Sevier appreciates our PTA and their efforts to continuously support our school. Money raised by our PTA goes directly back to our school to fund teacher grants, school supplies, student incentives, school events, and new technology. Please help our school by supporting Sevier PTA.

Ways to Support our PTA:

Go to the Sevier PTA MemberHub to:

Parents who own a business are asked to consider becoming a Business Sponsor or to spread the word of our sponsorship program to family or friends who own businesses.  See the PTA Sponsorship Form for details and contact information.

Those not interested in paying online are welcome to send in cash or check payments to the front office.  Checks are made payable to Sevier Middle PTA.

Volunteer!!  Complete the Online PTA Parent Contact Form (to keep in the loop of volunteer opportunities. 

Parent Backpack

parent backpack logoParent Backpack is an online application that has replaced the PowerSchool Parent Portal.  With Parent Backpack, you are able to view your child's grades, school attendance, lunch balance and class schedules when you are logged into the system. Parent Backpack works on any device and is mobile friendly.   Parents are reminded that once they have created their online Parent Backpack account, they must link their students using their Student ID (found on their progress report, report card, or class schedule).  After this process is complete, parents must then visit their child’s school and present their government issued photo ID in order for the school to approve their pending request.
Parents will find Parent Backpack on the GCS Portal Page GCS portal logo
Parents are welcome to use the following instructional resources.
Parent Backpack instructional video
Creating a Parent Backpack Account
Creating a Parent Backpack Account (Spanish)
Parent Backpack Setup Instructions Flyer (English & Spanish)