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Student Bulletin for the Week of June 4-6, 2018

Dress Code still applies for students on Awards Days. Girls may wear dresses without collars, but must be modest (no low cut, open back, or spaghetti strap tops; and dresses and shirts must be below fingertip length). Be respectful, mindful, and courteous during the ceremony.


Please consider donating any gently used, dress-code appropriate clothing to our Care Closet. Items include collared shirts, jeans, fingertip length shorts, Sevier shirts and PE uniforms. Parents are welcome to bring items to the front office as they check in for Awards Day or any time during school office hours. We encourage all 8th graders who no longer have an interest in their collared shirts & Sevier gear to contribute.

ID Badges must be worn everyday through the remainder of school. Due to a large increase in students neglecting to bring their ID badges, students without school ID badges will serve silent lunch. Students without their IDs are still required to obtain a temporary ID when they arrive at school.

The school will provide the supplies to mail report cards this year. There is no need to bring in stamps or envelopes.  It is very important for parents/students to notify the school of changed addresses or phone numbers.  Parents should contact the Counseling Department at 355-8204 as soon as possible to update student information.  address changes require 2 proofs of residence.

Report cards are mailed home on June 8th. All debts must be cleared for report cards to be mailed home. Students with debts will have reminders sent home and are able to come to the school after June 8th to pick up report cards and pay for school debts.

Parents must pick up student medication from the Health Room by 1:00pm on the last day of school (June 6th) or it will be destroyed regardless of its expiration date. The Health Room does NOT keep medications for the next school year.

6th graders are required to have a TDap injection before the start of the 2018/2019 school year. Please turn in this documentation before the end of school to set yourself up for next year. This injection must be documented on a South Carolina DHEC Immunization form and turned into Nurse Nikki before your can receive their 7th grade schedule or attend school as a 7th grader in the fall.

7th grade students interested in going to Costa Rica Next year need to see Mrs. Plumier before the end of the year.

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office has opened registration for the 18th annual Marcus Whitfield Youth Camp, schedule for July 9-13, 2018, at Berea High School. This is a free camp. Please see website for details. Contact our SRO, Office Carlisle, with further questions.

MON (6/4)
6th Grade Awards Day (1:30pm)


TUE (6/5)
7th Grade Awards Day (1:30pm)


WED (6/6)
8th Grade Awards Day (9:00am)
FINAL DAY & HALF DAY ( dismissal at 12:45pm) Bus transportation will run. Lunch will be served.
All student medications must be picked up from the health room by a parent by 1:00pm
6th Grade: Turn in your TDap shot record

THUR (6/7)
Teacher Workday

FRI (6/8)
Teacher Workday
Report Cards Mailed (are all your debts cleared)

Looking Forward
Beginning June 11, Summer Office Hours are 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday through Thursday. Schools are closed on Friday.
Check our website frequently for updates on volleyball tryouts, high school fall sports tryouts, Back to School Orientation dates,
and other important information. These events occur prior to the start of school.
First Day of school for 2018-19 school year is August 20th.