Greenville County Media News


Stone Academy

The Stone Academy Battle of the Books Club began meeting on Fridays in October to fit the school's new club calendar. Since the practice questions were not available until December, Mrs. Littlejohn used this as an opportunity to offer group projects to club members to promote the titles on the BOB reading list. One group planned an made a banner to submit to the SCASL banner contest. With the help of USC intern Jill Tyner, two groups created commercials using Another group created a trailer with all ten titles using iMovie. The projects became so appealing that practice time with the questions was moved to lunch time. On February 21 and 28, the BOB club hosted an Open House to invite other 4th and 5th grade Friday Clubs to see their presentations. The audience was impressed and responded enthusiastically to the comedy in the animated commercials. The Open House served as a promotional tool for the club as well as the books.

Chandler Creek Author Visit

Chandler Creek Elementary hosted illustrator, Michael P. White, on February 21. The students enjoyed his humor as well as his drawing lessons. We can’t wait to have him back for another visit!

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Keep Rebecca Roper's infant son, Nathan, in your thoughts and prayers. He had surgery February.

Bells Crossing

Janice Hawkins, Media Clerk, received the Green Apple Award from Apple Seed Pediatric Dentistry January 2014

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Oakview Elementary

Oakview Elementary is ready for Real Men Read! Real Men Read is a program where men volunteer to read to a Kindergarten, First, or Second grade class in the library during the week of March 10th.

Oakview is also excited to host Jan Brett on April 1st. We want to thank all the students, parents, media specialists, and members of the community who voted.

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