To the Alcorn Family:
It is with great pride and excitement that I serve as Acting Principal of Alcorn Middle School. I welcome all students and parents to the 2022-2023 school year. This year, our shared focus is GROWTH as it pertains to cultivating positive mindsets, working collaboratively as a team, increasing skill mastery, and creating a positive school community. I firmly believe our students are capable of achieving academic success. Students will participate in engaging instruction that will activate inquiry-based skills, which will prepare them to become college and career ready.
This year marks my 20th year in education. My teaching career began in Sumter, SC at Sumter High School and continued at Williams Middle School in Florence, SC. In 2004, I taught for 10 years at W.A. Perry Middle School. As I transitioned to administration, I served as an assistant principal at A.C. Flora and Columbia High Schools.
I look forward to building positive relationships with students, parents, and community partners as we work together to make the 2022-2023 school year very successful. Parents are welcome to contact me at 803-735-3439 or via email at Kreshella.Goodman@richlandone.org with any questions or concerns.
Kreshella K. Goodman
Alcorn Middle School will foster a student-centered, innovative, safe, and academic rich environment where we will educate and empower excellence.
Alcorn Middle School is devoted to preparing each student to be globally competitive citizens. Through a collaborative effort, the stakeholders of Alcorn Middle School seek to ensure all students are provided quality instruction designed to make them college and career ready.
Congratulations! Class of 2023!
May 23, 2023
School Parent Compact & Parent and Family Engagement Policy Parent Feedback
School-Parent Compact 2022-2023
Parent Involvement Policy 2022-2023
Detailed information is available at www.richlandone.org
Parent and Family Engagement
We would like for you to let us know how we are doing with our District Parent and Family Engagement Program. Please take a few moments to complete the survey. We will use this feedback to improve our program.
Athletic Events Procedures (effective 9/28/2022)
Entry gates will close at the end of halftime.
Concession stands will close at the end of the third quarter.
No one will be allowed to stand, congregate or “hang out” on the concourse or around the concession stands or restrooms during the game. Spectators must remain seated except when going to the restrooms or to the concession stands.
Thank you for your continued support of Alcorn Middle School Athletics."
Degrees and Certifications:
Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students start or continue college and career experience while in middle school. AVID is an initiative to prepare students in the academic middle for four-year college eligibility, especially those students under-represented in post-secondary institutions. Students are invited to apply for AVID. The AVID application can be completed online or on paper.
Please answer each question completely! Review the application in its entirety prior to completing it. You will not be able to save and start the application at a later time. Question #24 on the application is a writing assignment and may require time to complete. forms.office.com
2023-2024 Teacher Recommendation
Please submit the teacher recommendation form (Alcorn Middle).
Join Educational Talent Search (ETS)
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Notice of Non-Discrimination
Richland County School District One does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age or other protected characteristics in its programs and activities.