September 22, 2023
All technology forms and fees should now be paid. Students who haven’t paid the technology fee will have a $20 fee posted to their student account. This will allow the student access to the device and affords parents additional time to pay the fee.
For your convenience, the link to pay the technology fee is below.
Please email laptop payment questions to Principal Frazier, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your student needs to complete an assignment, parents may request to check-out their students device for up to 5 days (not to exceed 5 consecutive days). If you have any questions, please reach out to the grade level administrator. Please see the link below.
- As a part of our school's safety plan, and in accordance with Rock Hill School District policy and South Carolina state law, our administrative team will conduct safety screenings to help ensure the safety of all students and faculty. If you have any questions, please call or email Ms. Frazier.
- Also, students are not to share food or snacks with other students. Students may have food allergies or could eat something that could make them sick.
- Students are not allowed to use cell phones on campus during the school day. Students are not to use their device (cell phone/ laptops) to take pictures or record videos of activities while on campus or on district transportation. Students will receive consequences for these behaviors.
Lost and Found
Lost and Found is located inside the Media Center. The video below shows the current items in lost and found as a 9/21/23 at 4pm. All items left in Lost and Found at 4pm Friday, September 29th will be discarded or cleaned and donated locally. Electronic devices must be shown to sync to a personal device. Teachers may also have Lost and Found Items in their classrooms so have students check all classes as well.
Ms. Taff's Students Celebrate International Dot Day
International Dot Day, a global celebration of creativity, courage and collaboration, began when teacher Terry Shay introduced his classroom to Peter H. Reynolds’ book The Dot on September 15, 2009.
The Dot is the story of a caring teacher who dares a doubting student to trust in her own abilities by being brave enough to “make her mark”. What begins with a small dot on a piece of paper becomes a breakthrough in confidence and courage, igniting a journey of self-discovery and sharing, which has gone on to inspire countless children and adults around the globe.
Each year on International Dot Day, the inspiration continues. What started as a story in the pages of a book is transforming teaching and learning around the world as people of all ages re-discover the power and potential of creativity in all they do.
Suicide Prevention Week
Students took part in creating our Heart Wall last week for Suicide Prevention and Awareness Week where students wrote positive affirmations on a sticky note. The Counseling Department is extremely proud of how it turned out and look forward to creating a new heart each year!
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