|Grades 11 and 12||August 3||10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.|
|All Elementary and Middle and Grades 9 and 10||August 6||10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.|
Note: Parents with multiple students at Pendleton High School may register on the off day
If you're a parent of a student in our district, please consider serving on the 2015-2016 Superintendent's Parent Council. The group will meet four times this year with our Superintendent, Dr. Joanne Avery, and other members of the district leadership team. If you're interested in being a part of this group, please contact Susie Rhodes at 864.403.2006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FREE healthy meals to all children 18 years old and younger and persons 19 years old or older with physical or mental disabilities that are enrolled in school.
Children get the food they need to learn, play and grow
when school is not in session.
PENDLETON HIGH SCHOOL
LA FRANCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
550 Williams Street, Pendleton
June 15 - July 31, 2015 (except July 6-9)
Breakfast 7:45-8:45 and Lunch 12:00-12:30 Monday-Thursday
ACT Aspire, ACT Workkeys and The ACT will be administered to students next month. Is your child ready? ACT, Inc. explains in this letter to parents and students why these tests are important and how to prepare for them:http://1.usa.gov/1HXZPtK #TestReadySC
ASD4 takes top score at the SC NASP Region 1 Regional Tournament yesterday in both the Elementary and Middle divisions. ASD4 proudly hosted their first annual regional archery tournament at the Anderson Civic Center yesterday as 23 teams from across the region competed to qualify for the upcoming South Carolina 10th Annual Archery in the Schools State Tournament. La France Elementary won 1st place with a score of 2817. Townville Elementary won 3rd place scoring 2603; followed by Mount Lebanon Elementary and Pendleton Elementary in the 4th and 6th place standings. Riverside Middle took 1st place in their division with the overall highest score of the tournament at 3268. The tournament was a huge success not only in competitive score standings for our teams but also for our district in their professionalism in hosting such a great regional event. For complete team standings and individual archer scores please click here.
All ASD4 Archery Teams have qualified and are advancing to the State Competition. Please come out and support our archers at the State Tournament on March 25th and 26th at the Sumter Civic Center. For details click here.
Dear Super La France Families,
Welcome to another wonderful school year at La France Elementary School! The first day of school is quickly approaching – . The staff and I are thrilled to share another year of learning together with all of our wonderful La France Lions. This letter is filled with important information about the start of school and the exciting changes at La France Elementary School this year.
Each year the start of school is a busy time – and this year is no exception! We are preparing to adopt the new South Carolina English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics standards which are included online for your convenience: (https://ed.sc.gov/scde-grant-
1:World Mobile Learning Device Initiative
1: World is Anderson 4’s mobile learning initiative that will equip every student in grades 3-12 with a Chromebook for instructional use by August 2016. In anticipation of the 1:World roll out, Anderson 4’s Technology and Instructional Services Team would like to join parents in preparing our students for this exciting technology integration. Parent meetings have been set up at all of the schools. Parents are welcome to attend whichever meeting location and time is most convenient with their schedule. We look forward to sharing both important details and available resources as the roll out begins in 2015. Parent Protection Plan Agreement Form for Take-Home Devices, 1:World Mobile Learning Guide for Take-Home Devices,Free Local WiFi Access Locations and 1:World Information Card.
We are also making a concerted effort this year to improve our attendance rates. Included in this letter you will find a listing of important calendar events throughout the upcoming semester. Please use this list in conjunction with the district calendar to plan your absences.
As always, we encourage our school community to support efforts by using our digital resources. Our school website is: http://anderson4.org/les. La France also tweets, so please follow us (@lafrancelions) to learn about the great things happening. Please make sure that your email addresses are up to date with the school office so that you are receiving all information. You may also be interested in joining our Facebook as well.
Please feel free to contact us with your questions or comments. Thank you for your continued commitment to your child's education and unwavering dedication to La France Elementary School.
See you at school!
Hope Morgan Bass
IMPORTANT DATES & REMINDERS
Materials Fee: $20
School T-Shirt: $7
Grade 5 and 6 Chromebook Fee: $30
New Family tours every ½ hour. -Please email email@example.com to RSVP
Welcome Back/ Meet Your Teacher Night sponsored by our La France PTO
Tuesday, August 18th, 7:45 AM First Day of School
FIRST DAY PACKET
A packet will be sent home with your student in the first week of school. It contains important information about La France. There are several items that need your immediate attention and should be returned to school the next day. Please look for the checklist to determine what needs to be returned immediately.
Breakfast and lunch will be served beginning the first day of school.
Full Pay Student Breakfast - $1.00
Reduced Pay Student Breakfast - $0.30
Full Pay Student Lunch - $2.05
Reduced Pay Student Lunch - $0.40
Please send checks made out to ASD4 Food Service and include your child’s name and homeroom teacher or pay online. Applications for Free and Reduced lunch applications are available at:
You may also choose to send your child with a lunch from home. We ask that you are mindful that we have students with severe nut allergies. There are many ways to be supportive of those students, including providing your child with lunches that are nut-free. We also encourage you to pack a waste-free lunch when possible by reusing plastic containers, packing re-usable silverware, and minimizing food packaging.
For your convenience, we have included the supply list below for each grade level and have the list posted on the school website. The school will provide the necessary basic supplies over the course of the year. However, we are always grateful for any additional support from parents to supplement our classroom programs.
4K Supply List
1 box of tissues
6 white glue sticks
Change of clothes (include socks, underwear, shorts/pants, and a shirt) Please put in a zip lock bag with child’s name on the bag.
A bookbag (regular size, we need the full size due to folders etc. that need to go home each day.
Baby wipes or and flushable wipes.
1 package of No. 2 pencils
8 washable Elmer’s glue sticks
2 big pink erasers
2 boxes of 24 count Crayola crayons
2 plastic folders with pockets and prongs
1 plastic pencil box
1 bottle of Elmer’s glue
1 box of Crayola markers
1 pair of scissors
1 box of Kleenex
1 pair of scissors
24 #2 pencils (sharpened)
1 pack of pencil top erasers or 2 red jumbo erasers
12 glue sticks
2 boxes of 24 crayons
1 art shirt (a large old shirt)
1 box of quart baggies (girls)
1 box gallon baggies (boys)
A full change of seasonally appropriate clothes
2 boxes of pencils
1 pkg Small Pencil Erasers
3 spiral wide-rule one subject notebooks:
Science/ Social Studies,Writing & Math
2 plastic pocket folders: Work Folder & Homework Folder
1 small bottle hand sanitizer
2 boxes of Kleenex
8 glue sticks, 2 boxes (16-24) of crayons, Fiskar Brand Scissors
Zip-Lock Style Bags (boys-quart size/girls-gallon size)
Highlighters (any color)
Optional: latex-free band-aids, colored pencils, markers, red pens
Items required at school each day:
Pencil Pouch containing:*Five Sharpened Pencils (sharpened nightly at home please)
*Crayons from box of 16 or less
Items needed at school the first day:
1 ½ inch three ring binder (with front and back plastic pockets)
3 Composition Notebooks for writing, journaling, and content (standard version has marbled looking cover, not spiral)
8 Plastic Folders with pockets, two each of red, blue, yellow, and green. No Names on Folders
Box of Kleenex
Optional:Wet Wipes Band Aids (latex free) Zip lock bags (quart size)
1 ~ 2 inch Clear View 3 ring binder
1 ~ 1 inch Clear View 3 ring binder (black)
5 ~ marble composition books (wide ruled)
2 ~ pocket folders with prongs (1 blue and 1 yellow)
3 packages of Post-it Notes (90 per package 3 in x 3 in)
1 package of tab dividers with pockets
Labeled ~ Reading, Social Studies, Science, Math, Spelling
wide ruled notebook paper✶
1 pair of scissors
12 glue sticks ✶
2 highlighters ✶
crayons or colored pencils ✶ (no markers)
pencil bag with zipper (no boxes)
2 family size boxes of Kleenex, baby wipes, Purell or Germ-X Hand Sanitizer, Ziplock bags (gallon & sandwich size)
1 - 2 inch three ring binder
1- 1 inch three ring binder (clear view so paper can be put into front cover)
pencils, markers, crayons,highlighters (yellow)
earbuds (any brand or size, please label with name)
lanyard for school id
scissors, glue sticks (at least 2 packs)
small individual pencil sharpener
Optional: tissues, stapler, band-aids
3 marble composition books (Writing, Math, and Reading)
4 Folders with pockets ( Reading)
1 pkg. dividers (Science/ Social Studies)
1 binder (Science/Social Studies)
1 box tissues
Other items for donation to our classroom:
Hendricks & Hoover Classes
1 16-24 count box of crayons,1 box colored pencils,
1 3 pack glue sticks
1 bottle liquid glue
1 pair scissors
1 3 ring notebook
3 boxes tissues
1 box sandwich size bags
1 box gallon size bags
1 roll paper towels