Congratulations to our Elementary Schools, LaFrance, Mt. Lebanon, Pendleton and Townville, and also to Riverside Middle School for qualifying for the SC Archery in the Schools State Tournament. The elementary schools will be shooting on March 27 against 21 other schools from across the state. Riverside Middle School will shoot on March 28 against the other top 12 middle schools from across South Carolina. Good luck to all out teams and coaches!
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
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*Twitter account by following : @AndersonSD4
*Automated calls and texts from Blackboard Connect using numbers provided by parents/guardians
*If school is closed, there will be no one at school answering phones.
*Safety is the top concern when decisions are made.
OUR SCHOOL SPELLING BEE IS SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, FEB. 11TH. IF WE HAVE SCHOOL ON A NORMAL SCHEDULE, THE SPELLING BEE WILL OCCUR AS PLANNED. IF SCHOOL IS DELAYED OR CANCELLED, THE SPELLING BEE WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR NEXT TUESDAY, FEB. 18TH.
- Monday, February 10, bring pennies and wear a hat!
- Tuesday, February 11, bring nickels!
- Wednesday, February 12, bring dimes!
- Thursday, February 13, bring quarters!
- Friday, February 14, bring dollars!
- Also, on Friday, February 21, dress like a superhero and donate 50 cents (no face paint or masks)!
- Friday, February 28, dress like a miliatary superhero and wear camo for 50 cents!
- Throughout the month, Student Council is also selling paper stars (50 cents); Make-A-Wish bracelets ($2); cups ($3); and Y-ties shoelaces ($5).
Students at T.E.S. were recently treated to a visit from Kim Brown. She is the sister of Marc Brown, author of all the Arthur and D.W. books. She told us all about growing up with Marc, how he became an illustrator and author, and she talked us through the process of getting a book published. She even taught us how to draw Arthur! She told the students, "You don't have to be a super sports star to become successful," as she explained that her brother has been drawing pictures and writing about them since he was a child in school, just like them. Adults and students alike had a fun time listening to and learning from Ms. Brown, and we are glad she came to Townville!