We are over 100 days smarter! Students and staff celebrated the 100th day of school dressing up to celebrate this milestone for the 2022-2023 school year. During the month of February, students will be busy learning as we countdown to our state practice tests which will be administered in March. Until then, teachers will continue to engage in instructional planning as a team and professional learning.
Please be reminded it takes each of us to ensure all stakeholders remain safe while inside and outside the school building. I ask that you adhere to the following reminders. More details about our procedures can be found in the Parent Student Handbook that was distributed at the beginning of the school year which is also included as a downloadable file at the bottom of this newsletter.
1. Car riders are to be dropped off in the car loop 7:00am-7:30am.
2. Refrain from dropping off at the end of Eagle Road and in the parking lot at the front of the school. This is to ensure proper supervision of students and to prevent cars from interfering with other vehicles who have right of way.
3. Park and come into the school to sign in your child(ren) when tardy starting 7:30am.
4. Make a right turn when exiting campus from the car rider line.
5. Use the entrance on Grammar Road to come onto campus when needing to park or come to the front of the school.
6. Parents and guardians who wish to observe in the classroom must have a prearranged date/time with an administrator and be accompanied by someone from the administrative team. Please note this does not negate our open-door policy.
7. All visitors must check in at the front office.
As always, we cannot do what we do without the support of parents and community. We encourage you to stay connected by visiting our school website and interacting with our school page on Class Dojo, Facebook, and Twitter. Reviewing your child's grades on Parent Portal continues to be an expectation so you can monitor their growth and consult with your child's teacher to address any declines before the end of the grading period. Volunteering in your child's classroom or around the school is always encouraged. Volunteers must undergo a South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) background check and a Department of Social Services (DSS) Child Abuse Registry check athttps://apps.raptortech.com/Apply/NTcyOmVuLVVT.
If you have questions, concerns, or suggestions please contact me at the school at 803-783-5545.
Mrs. Shannon N. Adams, Principal
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