Issue 7, Volume 7
2 - Pennies for Patients Begins
4 - Turn in Muffins for Moms Forms
5 - 12 Book Fair
9 - Clay Night 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
11 - Skate Night
12 - Muffins for Moms 7:00 - 7:50 a.m.
Treat Bags will be sent home by grademothers
15 - Staff Development (No School for Students)
23 - Chick-Fil-A Night
24 - World Wide Read Aloud Day
26 - Last Day to Turn in Pennies for Patients
8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Students must be 4 or 5 years old by September 1st in order to enroll in the respective programs (no exceptions to this age requirement). Students who register for the 4 year old program must first be screened and tested to determine eligibility.
It is requested that parents bring the following forms at the time of registration:
- Child's birth certificate
- A completed South Carolina Immunization Certificate
- Social security card
- Proof of residency - any two of the following:
- Tax Bill
- Current utility bill (electric, gas, water)
- Signed contract with builder/contractor or realtor
- Signed lease with signature of tenant and landlord stating actual location of home
These forms must be furnished before a child enters school. Children may be taken to the Health Department in Anderson for immunizations. If a social security card has not been obtained, application forms will be available at the schools.
If you have questions, you may contact the school or the District One Administration Office.
First Grade Registration
8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Scholastic Book Fair
Open: Friday, February 5 - Friday, February 12
Daily Hours: 7:45– 3:30
Our online book fair can be found at this link :
The Book Fair will also be open early during Muffins for Moms and Clay Night.
If you are interested in finding out more information about our Watch D.O.G. program, or if you would like to volunteer, please contact Mrs. Pat Jones. email@example.com
Thank you to the following dads or granddads who were watchdogs for the first time during the month of January:
Robert Smith (Addy Jordan)
Travis Barbare (Bentley)
Heath Ostebee (Halle)
Jared Fleming (West)
Jonathan York (Kirkland)
Brad Rochester (Braden)
The second nine weeks has ended and we enjoyed celebrating with students for their SOARing behavior. All classes earned 10 crickets for the nine weeks and were allowed to bring a Furry Friend with them to school.
We were also excited to share an extra surprise for the classes earning the most tickets for each grade level. These classes won a superhero bracelet along with a special cricket to display in the hallway. Mrs. Callaham's class earned the bronze cricket, Mrs. Thomas' class earned the silver cricket, and Mrs. Kellett's class earned the golden cricket for earning the most tickets in the school!
Congratulations to all of our students for displaying SOARing behavior throughout the second nine weeks!
January Bucket Fillers
K4 & K5
These students displayed HOPE during the month of January and participated in a special celebration with Mrs. Jones and Oliver!
K4 & K5