News and Announcements
Student Wins Second Place
Congratulations to 3rd grader Molly for coming in 2nd place in the intermediate Visual Arts division of the PTA Reflections competition for District 1 for her piece "Ice Cream Imagination Castle." We are so proud of you, Molly!
Real Men Read
Chandler Creek hosted Real Men Read on Tuesday, February 2. Students had the opportunity to hear stories from fathers, grandfathers, family friends, as well as several celebrity readers including racecar driver Jason Keller. To read more about this exciting event visit Greenville Online.
At-Risk 4K Pre-Registration begins January 27, 2016. To be considered, children must turn four-years-old on or before September 1, 2016. Parents may pre-register at any district elementary school or child development center UNTIL MARCH 4, 2016. Pre-registration will NOT be accepted after March 4. Children do not have to live in the school attendance area to pre-register at that location. Pre-registration does not guarantee enrollment in a GCS 4K program. Children selected for 4K programs must demonstrate academic/developmental needs and/or risk factors such as low family income and low parent education level. Screened children will be ranked district-wide and those most at-risk for school success will receive initial assignments. Notification of 4K acceptance will be mailed to parents late March 2016. 4K Screening is March 16-18, 2016.
5K Registration 2016-2017
Do you have a child that will be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2016?
If so, don't forget to enroll them in kindergarten for the upcoming school year.
To enroll, please complete and bring the following paperwork to the school office:
- Review the parent checklist | Spanish parent check list
- Complete enrollment form | Spanish enrollment form
- Complete transportation form | Spanish transportation form
- Copy of birth certificate, the long form
- Two proofs of residency
- Copy of immunization records or religious exemption form
- Complete necessary medical forms
Dinner Table Conversations
Parent asks, “What did you do at school today?” Student answers, “I don’t know.”
Does this sound familiar? Click below for a list of dinner table questions that can improve your table conversation and get everyone thinking. Dinner Table Conversation can help students learn and improve academics overall. Try it at your table tonight!