Free COVID-19 VACCINE at Friday's Football Game
October 1st COVID - 19 Vaccine
Not only do the visiting Varsity football players read to our students, but sometimes they even get to join in a kickball game on the playground!
Mrs Hall’s 2nd grade class had the most fun with Jalewis Solomon yesterday at recess!
Our Wildcat football players are back in the building today to read to our classes. Colton Brown read Trevor, The Very Best Giant to Mrs. Mailhot’s 2nd Grade Class. The students thoroughly enjoyed their visit!
Homecoming is still a few weeks away, but we know some of you will be eager to plan those dress up day outfits! We will be following the same spirit day schedule as SCMHS October 13-15 (Fall Break is October 11-12th). We can't wait to celebrate with our students!
Aloha, Wildcat Fans! SCE invites our students to participate in a Hawaiian themed day this Friday, September 17 to celebrate the SCHS GAMEDAY against Marion County.
Don't have any Hawaiian gear, never fear! SCE will sell tattoos ($1) and pom poms ($2), as well as the Varsity Cheerleaders will be selling Hawaiian themed spirit items (see price list photo) Friday morning!
Thanks for showing your Wildcat spirit and for your support!
Don't forget SCE t-shirt orders are due TOMORROW, 9/15! If you need additional forms, they can be picked up in the office, or you can print this image! Thanks for your support in this fundraising project!
Don't forget...SCE students are invited to wear red, white, and blue TOMORROW, 9/10 to commemorate the 9/11 anniversary.
We will use our Alert Notification system to share important information like school closings due to bad weather or other pertinent alerts and news.
If you are like most you don't bother with calls or texts that you do not recognize. You can easily create a contact on your phone for number 98900 and name it something like "Schley County Schools" so that when you receive a text from our Apptegy Alert Notification you will recognize the number. This is a NEW number so please add it.
Even though 98900 looks like it is missing some digits for a phone number, your phone doesn't care.
Don't forget SCE t-shirt orders are due next Wednesday, 9/15! If you need additional forms, they can be picked up in the office, or you can print this image! Thanks for your support in this fundraising project!
SCE students are invited to wear red, white, and blue this Friday 9/10 to commemorate the 9/11 anniversary. 🇺🇸
SCE is using a new program called MAP to better instruct and meet the needs of our students. Soon parents will see score reports coming home for their students. Please watch this video to help understand the most important parts of the score report!
SCE is selling t-shirts! Students came home with an order form on Wednesday. If you need additional forms, they can be picked up in the office or you can print this image! Thanks for your support in this fundraising project!
Don't forget, school pictures are TOMORROW, August 23! Bring your best smiles to school!
The link below details the car rider traffic dismissal pattern.
Pre-K car riders will be picked up at 2:35 from the front of the building (outlined in green).
All other car riders will be dismissed via the car rider loop (outlined in blue).
Bus riders will be dismissed from the Elementary School beginning at 2:40. Students will not be allowed to switch buses to ride home with a friend. All bus riders are required to wear masks.
Microsoft Store is offering free virtual camps with a fun collection of creative workshops and virtual fieldtrips to helps kids 8+ practice digital skills and explore new concepts.
For more information please see https://5il.co/u42y
The Emergency Broadband Benefit will provide a discount of up to $50 per month toward broadband service for eligible families and households who are struggling to stay connected during the #COVID19 pandemic. Eligible households can also receive a discount of up to $100 for the purchase of a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers. For more info, please visit: fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit.
So proud of our students who reached their goal of reading a MILLION or more words this year!