I hope the holiday season and start of 2023 has been amazing. We look forward to great things happening during the second semester! Students will continue to engage in learning during field studies throughout the Midlands, enjoy guest readers during the 100 Men and 100 Women Read events, and showcase all they've learned on district and state assessments. We will also relaunch our yearbook sale later this spring! All of this comes after a successful first semester. Students transitioned very well to their new grade levels, we remodeled our primary playground, resumed in-person activities for visitors, relaunched our Eagle Choir, partnered with schools in the Lower Richland Cluster for our first Fall Festival, implemented our annual science fair, and celebrated literacy during our Fall Book Fair and Family Literacy Night. The Penguin Patch holiday store sponsored by PTO was also a huge success.
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, interacting with 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. We are also focusing on inviting males who would like to participate in R1 CHAMPS, the district’s new initiative to incorporate positive male role models on campus.
Open communication continues to be one of my core values. 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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"IN" and "OUT" of SCHOOL
Horrell Hill Elementary School students will use their technology tools to support instructional practices as a part of the 2022-2023 school year.
We appreciate your support as we continue to engage in 21st century educational opportunities using technology tools "in" and "out" school.
We encourage all students to be mindful of expectations with digital devices by being a responsible digital citizen throughout the year!
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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.