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District Announcements
ASD4 Honored in DC for Fighting Childhood Obesity
(Washington, DC) September 12, 2014– The Alliance for a Healthier Generation, founded by the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation, recognized La France Elementary, Pendleton Elementary, Townville Elementary, Riverside Middle School and Pendleton High School with a 2014 National Healthy Schools Award for transforming their environment into a healthier place. The schools received this award at the Alliance’s 2014 Leaders Summit in Washington, DC on September 13.  Additionally, this summer Dr. Joanne Avery, Deputy Superintendent, was one of 29 school leaders from across the country to be honored by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation for leadership in creating healthier school environments for students and staff. Each year the Alliance selects a handful of its most effective champions to serve as School Ambassadors—motivating and leading students and staff toward healthier school environments and serving as national spokespeople for the Alliance’s Healthy Schools Program. “We enthusiastically welcome these hardworking individuals as our School Ambassadors,” said Dr. Howell Wechsler, Chief Executive Officer of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. “The determination and drive they have displayed in their local communities have positioned them on the frontlines of the fight against childhood obesity, and we look forward to supporting them in their new roles as national leaders for children's health.”   click here for complete story

 
SC Education Oversight Committee Survey
South Carolina is committed to ensuring our students have the highest academic standards so they are prepared to succeed in college, career and beyond.  Act 200, as passed by the SC General Assembly, requires a cyclical review of the current academic standards in ELA and mathematics before January 1, 2015.  The goal of the review is to guarantee that SC students have college and career readiness standards for school year 2015-16 and beyond.  The public is invited to share their thoughts on the current standards via this website before September 30, 2014.  Public input will be collected and shared with members of the SC Education Oversight Committee as well as the SC State Board of Education.  Visit http//scstandards.org/ to complete the survey.

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School Announcements
Pinwheels for Peace
     Pinwheels for Peace is September 19, 2014. (more)
Summer Reading

Wow! La France Elementary has super summer readers. Students read throughout the summer, completed reading logs, and created projects related to the books they read. Certificates and ‘Reading Rocks’ bracelets were given to the summer readers. Super readers are:  Kindergarten: AJ Galloway, Austin Harvey, Dixiana Cummings, and Jayda Masters. First Grade: Blake Sloan, Brayden Spear, Gabrielle Seibles, Alyssa Sevedra, Charleigh Troutman, Ethan Galloway, Dax Allen, Peyton Burns, Caden Reid, Hannah Crosby, Tempe Freeman, Tye Miller, Westley Jaegle, Nina Chester, and Eeron Anderson Second Grade: Will Thomas, Trey Durham, TJ Owen, Riley Rhodes, Brayden Cullen, Nolan Young, Samantha Armstrong, Brayden McCarthy, Baylee Weatherly, Kylie Kim, Emmalea Riggins, Patrick McMahan, and Jonah Wattanakone  Third Grade: Jasmine Dennis, Allie Gentle, Lani Allen, Sofia Strom, Harper Bass, Owen Ruff, Graham Gillespie, Bo Davis, Joshua Speaks, Jake Link, Quin Mann, Brandon Pirkey, Seth Estrada, Ryleigh Waldrop, Nyla Pinckney, Kasen Dewberry, Caitlyn McCurley, Leah Miller, Titus Norris, T’yana Aneke, Carson Lowe, Devon Brown, Braylen Oakley, Malachi Pirkey, and Michaela Bramlett­­­ Fourth Grade: Neo Kim Aidan Kenelly, Krystiana Devaux, Madison Arnold JaPriness Jones, Emily Collins, Kallie Campbell, Mollie Shepherd, Dillon Charping, Michael Cody, Davis Dunlap, Landon Daughtry, Collin Greene, Anthony Anderson, Ashleigh Alexander, Cesar Arredondo, Jake Gentle, Lyvia Greene, Zane Hammes, Abby Hogue, Heavyn Jablonski, Joshua Landreth, Andrew Morris, Kelly Norris, Roy Sanchez, Bryleigh Saylors, Matthew Slaton, Reagan Sloan, Tayler Young, Kaylynn Mullinax, Steven Moser, Alyssa Jones, Riley Jordan, Mason Arnold, Landon Roberts, Jesse Poston, Christian Dowdy, and Terry Rampey Fifth Grade: Jaden Seibles, Camden Atkins, Heath Dowdy, Tillman Shiflett, Katelynn Cox, Kaden Hix, Jasmine Delgado, Tana Murchison, Jacob Cobb, Jonathan Moody, Israel Speaks, Conrad Frick, Emma Parham, Ladson Browning, Cruse Lollis, Jaden Bowers, Catsen Schultz, David Wattanakone, Peyton Casey, Griffin Lowe, Lydia Foster, Heaven Alewine, Emileigh Watson, Grayson Ashby, Nick Cabel, Trinity Coker, Noelle Ealey, Peyton Frank, Zander Guilliams, Calder Helfrich, Camren Jordan, Travis Lindsay, Trey O’Bryant, Langley Vernon, and Asaun Willingham Sixth Grade: Ashlyn Strom, Carter Sanders, Jeremy Smith, Madison Wright, Ashley Williams, Ryleigh Taylor, Donnie Brown, Justin Parker, Lauren Everett, Ryan Nash, Elijah Fields, Riley Wilson, Sydney Arnold, Sierra Hollingsworth, Corbin Gillespie, Ashlyn Davis, Bennett Armstrong, Zhavery Henderson, Shawn Frank, Ashley Williams, Evelyn Ruff, Aly Hogue, Elijah Fields, Alexandria Jones, Devan Charping, Julianna Hernandez, Bridget Barnes, Dorian Dennis, Madeline Burch, Thai Robinson, Taylor Owen, Chloe Weaver, David Alexander, Jacob Smith, Marc Galvez, Gabriel Allen, Kelsey Walters, Dane Dixon, Simon Harvey, Sam Andrae, Keenan Standridge, Marshall Gilmer, and Benji Stiles.
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