Sweet Summer Reading Chances

Studies indicate that a typical elementary student's academic achievement declines approximately two months over the summer. Additionally, summer learning loss is cumulative and over time can contribute to a student's potential success. This year, we are encouraging our Griffins, 5K to rising 5th grade, to join us in our fight against the "Summer Slide." #GriffinPride #WholeChild

Over the next several weeks, you will find Sterling School's Sweet Summer Reading Chances information with your child's mailed report card, on our school's webpage, Facebook page, and in forthcoming summer editions of the Weekly Griffin. The Sweet Summer Reading Chances will begin at dismissal on Wednesday, June 5th. With this summer learning experience, students will have the opportunity to win exciting prizes and participate in a start-of-year celebration! There are several ways to participate: READO, Camp Wonderopolis, and the Greenville Library Summer Reading Program. To learn more information, see the following flyer (CLICK HERE!).

The READO Card (CLICK HERE!).
Camp Wonderopolis begins June 11th (CLICK HERE!).
Greenville Library Summer Reading Program begins May 31st (CLICK HERE!).


Summer Story Time

Elementary Students are Invited to Sterling School to Escape with Books this Summer!

Join us on Tuesdays from 11:00-11:30am to participate in a read-aloud provided by special guest readers. Afterwards, families are invited to stay for lunch. Children (18 years old and under) eat for free. Adult meals cost $3.80. Summer Story Time will begin on Tuesday, June 11th and continue through Tuesday, August 6 with the exception of July 2. Door prizes will be provided! #BuildingABetterGriffin #WholeChild


(If you would like to donate to our door prizes, please contact Ms. Marchbanks. Thanks!)


Calling all Volunteers!! - School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines

Volunteer graphic with hands raisedDo you want to volunteer at school? Do you want to attend field trips with your child? Do you want to be a study buddy or a mentor? If so, please view Greenville County Schools volunteer requirements to ensure a safe and secure learning environment for students.
Please note: If you were cleared as a volunteer last year, you will receive an e-mail when you are required to re-apply as a Volunteer II.