Beck's Buzz

Week of May 16

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State Testing Continues

We will continue with state testing this week on Thursday. Please do you best to make sure students get a good night's sleep and get to school on time. We start testing at 8:30 and while the test is untimed, most students will be done by 11:00.

We ask parents to avoid early dismissals during this time as students cannot stop in the middle of a test.

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8th Grade Dance

Thank you to the teachers, volunteers and planning committee who helped make the 8th grade dance a huge success. The students had a great time and it was so nice to see them all dressed up!

Elizabeth Eden Final Fundraiser

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May 24

We are having one last hoorah before the school year ends at Elizabeth's favorite, Tipsy Taco on Woodruff Road from 5-8. Tents will be set up for outside dining. We would love a HUGE turn out. Please come and bring your entire family!!!

Library Books Due May 20

All library books are due back to the Library by Friday, May 20. Please place them in the book return box outside the doors of the media center. If you cannot find your library books, please email Mrs. Diaz.

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Congratulations to Girls Soccer

District Champions

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Congratulations to Beck Baseball

District Runner Up

Our 8th Grade Ace Winners

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End Of Year Events

June 1-

Student Appreciation Day

June 2-

Half Day- Dismiss 12:45

8th Awards- 9:30

7th Awards- 11:00

June 3-

Half Day- Dismiss 12:45

6th Awards- 10:00

Beck Uniform Collection

We will collecting NEW or GENTLY USED (no holes/tears, stains, etc) student uniforms (shirts, shorts, pants) and Beck spiritwear apparel the final week of school, May 30th - June 2nd. Clothing items we are especially in need of include uniform shirts, shorts, or pants in adult sizes L, XL, and XXL. Clothing items can be dropped off in the front office during the week of May 30th - June 2nd. Your donations are appreciated and will be of great assistance to fellow Beck students next year!

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See Something, Say Something


The single most effective, preventative tool regarding school safety and security is the See Something, Say Something protocol, which every school in Greenville County utilizes. It is critically important that if students see or hear something that is concerning, they say something to a trusted adult or report it anonymously through our reporting system. Reports can be made by phone call, text, email or an online form, which are all accessed here:

While Greenville County Schools has had this reporting system in place for many years, we recently updated the icon on student Chromebooks from a “no symbol” to the attached icon, which visually reflects the See Something, Say Something campaign. Your school will be sharing this update with students, but we want to make sure you as parents as aware of this update and know how to report something or direct your student to report something should it be needed. This update has been made on the Greenville County Schools website in multiple places (, and it is currently being updated on all of our school’s websites. Thank you.

Governor's School Camps

This summer, the Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics (GSSM) will provide 2 weeks of camps at Sterling School. iTEAMS is scheduled for the week of June 20th-23rd and CREATEng is set for June 27th-30th. Please share these flyers with students currently in grades 5th-8th.

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Student Appreciation Day

We are starting to plan and prepare for SAD, Student Appreciation Day which will be held on June 1. In order to participate in this fun filled day, students must meet certain behavior expectations.

Students must meet the following criteria in order to participate in SAD:

  1. Not been sent to the alternative school during the 21-22 school year
  2. No referrals resulting in OSS from April 1-June 1
  3. Students must not have served more than 10 days of OSS during the 21-22 school year
  4. Students must not owe textbook/ chromebook/ library fees

Students not participating will be given work to complete for a grade. They will not be allowed to participate in any of the activities including signing yearbooks.