Hooray! We are bringing back Field Day!! We appreciate our PE coaches and other staff members that are working hard to coordinate events, following COVID regulations. Field Days will be scheduled toward the end of May. Each homeroom will compete against the other grade level homerooms. Each homeroom will have a team shirt color and Field Day shirt orders will be collected in homeroom soon. Students that do not order a field day shirt are asked to wear a shirt matching their team color. As of April 14th, any student that receives a referral will not be eligible to participate in Field Day.
Wade Hampton High School Head Football Coach Travis Miller will be at Sevier during lunch on Wednesday to offer football information regarding spring practice.
$1 No Collar Day! Bring your dollar or $1 in change to given in exchange for a No Collar privilege that day. This is a PTA fundraiser.
Our Final Fitness Challenge is scheduled for Friday!
April 29th, April 30th, and May 7th will be eLearning Days for our Brick & Mortar (On-Campus) students in order to allow space for Virtual Academy students to be on site to complete required state testing, which cannot be given remotely.
State Testing Days for Brick & Mortar (On-Campus) Students
May 6: 6th Grade Only - SCPASS Science (6th Grade Virtual Academy students will also be onsite to test that day
May 10: SC Ready ELA Test - Writing
May 11: SC Ready ELA Test - Reading
May 12: SC Ready Math Test
Good luck to our students performing in their Spring Concerts this week. Due to limited seating, these events are not open to the public. Guests must present their ticket in order to attend.
May 20: Spring Chorus Concert
May 22: Spring Strings Concert 6pm & Spring Band Concert 7pm
Our PTA store will be open this Wednesday and on April 28th, selling candy, snacks, and other items as a PTA fundraiser.
Our yearbook staff is happy to announce they have completed this year’s yearbook. We encourage all to purchase a yearbook, as this year has been like no other. All orders are made online from the Sevier website. Order now for $35. Prices will increase soon.
Early Dismissal Procedure: Parents should send in a note with their student to hand in to the front office upon arrival on the day of the dismissal. The note should state the time and reason of the dismissal, with a contact phone number and parent signature. If someone other than a parent or legal guardian is picking up the student, the person’s name should be stated on the note. The student will be issued a dismissal slip to present to their teacher as their pass to leave class for their dismissal. The parent must come into the office and present their government issued ID when signing out the student for dismissal.
Students are asked to bring water bottles from home to refill at the water stations. Drinking cups for the water stations may not always be available. PTA has a limited number of clear spirt gear water bottles for sale in the front office for $5 each.
School begins at 8:30 am. If a student is not in class and in their assigned seat when the 8:30 bell rings that student is tardy to school. Tardiness due to a medical appointment or late bus arrival is an excused tardy. Other late arrivals are unexcused and can result in after-school detention.
Clarification on Dress Code:
All shorts, shirts, and dresses must be at least 3 inches (an ID Badge length) above the knee or longer to be compliant with dress code.
Legging and jeggings can only be worn when covered by a top, dress, shirt or shorts that is long enough to fall at least 3 inches above the knee or longer.
Lower garments (jeans, pants, shorts, shirts, etc.) may not have holes, shreds, tears, frays anywhere above the length of an ID Badge’s length above the knee.
It is the responsibility of the student to make up any missed work due to absence, whether absence is excused or unexcused.
Students should not come to school and should stay away from others if they are showing any symptoms of any contagious illness. Symptoms include fever, congestion, sore throat, cough, nausea, diarrhea, shortness of breath, or loss of taste or smell. Students should stay home and parents should notify the school office if a student has been exposed to anyone that recently tested positive for COVID 19.
4/28: PTA Store open 7:45am-8:25am
4/29 - 4/30: eLearning Days for Brick & Mortar (on-campus) students (Virtual Academy students required to be on campus for state testing)
5/3-5/7: Staff Appreciation Week
5/6: 6th Grade Only - SCPASS Science Testing (6th Grade Virtual Academy students will also be onsite to test that day
5/7: eLearning Day due to VA students onsite for state testing
5/10-5/12: On Campus SC PASS & SC Ready state testing