Play Safe Hosts Sports Seminar for Parents
PlaySafe and Dr. Chris Clemow will host a free seminar for parents on sports-related concussions. Learn about the dangers and risks of a concussion and what to do if your child suffers one. The seminar will be held Monday, November 3 at 5:30 p.m. at the AnMed Health Women’s and Children’s Hospital located at 2000 East Greenville St. Anderson, SC. in the Peggy G. Deane Community Rooms. The Serious Side of Sports will be presented by Dr. Chris Clemow of Blue Ridge Orthopaedic Association. Click here to view informational flyer.
A light meal will be served. To register, please call 864.512.6255.
Townville Elementary Awarded $3500 Grant to Combat Childhood Obesity
The Society of Health and Physical Educators- SHAPE America- awarded Townville Elementary as one of 60 elementary and middle schools across the country with a grant from the Voya Run For Something Better school awards program. Through the Run for Something Better program, Townville students can download unique running lesson plans developed by SHAPE America, as well as, other program materials that will aid in the development of running skills. As part of Voya’s commitment to education, the program advocates curbing childhood obesity through prevention, teaching students early on about the benefits of physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. For more information visit orangelaces.com
ANDERSON FOUR’S RATINGS REFLECT EXCELLENCE
Superintendent Lee D’Andrea announced the release of Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) federal accountability (school and district letter grades) and state test results (PASS and HSAP) showing gains and academic excellence across the board. Specifically, with higher targets for performance, District Four schools improved their ratings with five A’s and one B demonstrating significantly improved student performance on most state accountability measures.
“This achievement is evidence of our collective commitment to students’ success,” said Superintendent Dr. Lee D’Andrea. “It is the result of dedicated work and focus on the part of the students, their families, and our teachers. The As and Bs indicate we have an outstanding school system; our community can be very proud of this.” Click here for full press release.
The materials are in the following subject areas: Social Studies, Secondary - Advanced Placement Human Geography and Elementary - Cursive Writing, Grades 3-5.
This year, the South Carolina Department of Education will conduct a virtual public review of the student materials for each recommended program from October 10 through November 10, 2014. Access to the web links for each proposed program and the Public Review Comment Form is available on the web at www.mysctextbooks.com under “What’s New.” State Board of Education members will review citizens’ comments before a final decision is made on adopting the materials.
October 27-30, 2014
10/27 Wacky Tacky Mismatch Day! – wear tacky/mismatch clothes
10/28 Friends Don’t let Friends Bully or Do Drugs – dress like a friend day.
10/29 Hats off for being Drug Free! - wear crazy hat
10/30 Hair to be drug-free - Crazy hair day! OR/AND Wear favorite
- We will not bully others.
- We will try to help students who are bullied.
- We will try to include students who are left out.
- If we know that somebody is being bullied, we will tell an adult at school and an adult at home.
See attached for more details.
See links below for forms.
Permission for School Administration of Medication (OTC) form
Permission for School Administration of Medication (Prescription) form
Self Administration form 1
Self Administration form 2
Self Administartion form 3