Upcoming Events

News & Notes

We Miss Our Welcome Wolves!!

We miss all of our Welcome Wolves.  We hope you are staying home and staying healthy! Please click here to see a video created for our students to show you how much we all miss you!! 


NEW eLEARNING PACKETS

New eLearning packets will be available this week on March 25th and 26th from 8 am to 5 pm. Please drive up in our bus loop near the gym and we will bring the packets out to your car.  It is very important that you stop by to pick up your student's packet. The lessons will be a review for the next 10 days. Kindergarten and first grade students will receive paper packets. Second grade through 5th grade will receive a paper packet and their Chromebook. 

If you have any questions, please contact your teacher or the front office. We hope our Welcome family is staying safe and we can't wait to see you all again. 


eLearning

Greenville County has built an eLearning webpage for parents, teachers and students to access critical information during this closure. Please click on the image below to access this page. 

 

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Meals for children 18 and under

Free breakfast and lunch will be for all children age 18 and under. Breakfast will be served from 8 -10 am and lunch will be served from 11 - 1 pm, Monday - Friday here at Welcome Elementary. The district will be delivering food to certain locations as well.   Click here for more information on where you can get breakfast and lunch for your children. 

Habra desayuno y almuerzo gratis para todos los niños entre edades de 18 y menos. El desayuno sera servido de 8 - 10 am y almuerzo de 11- 1 pm de lunes a viernes. 


Congratulations Mr. Cobbs!

Wallace Cobbs will become the new Principal of Welcome Elementary in June! Currently serving as Assistant Principal at Welcome, Mr. Cobbs is extremely knowledgeable about the school and its areas of progress and need. A member of this year’s Assistant Principal Institute cohort, he possesses varied work experience in our district and two others, both as a teacher and administrator, including at Title I schools, and is himself a product of Greenville County Schools. Mr. Cobbs’ interview responses reflected strong instructional knowledge, demonstrating an in-depth understanding of the program at Welcome and recognizing the need to continue the positive path that already exists.
Congratulations to Mr Cobbs!
 

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