- After School Enrollment and Handbook
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- Compass Learning
- School Supply List
- Parent Report from School
- Lunch Menus
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The MAP (Measures of Academic Progress) Test will be given to 2nd – 5th Graders during the month of September. Each student in these grades will take the Reading and Math MAP Test on two different occasions from September 2 – September 26 in either the Computer Lab or in the Media Center. You will receive the scores on these tests during the Fall Parent and Teacher Conference in October. Please contact your child’s teacher if you have any questions.
Emerging Teacher of the Year Nominee
Congratulations Fourth Grade Teacher, Jaimie Peters!
Teacher of the Year- Janet Conard
I grew up in a small town in Western North Carolina. As a child I spent time in my mother's kindergarten class and observed her teaching and her love for each child. I decided to follow in her footsteps and make teaching my career. I graduated from Furman University with a bachelor of arts in elementary and early childhood eduation. I also have a master's degree in "reading" from Furman as well. I taught K-4 at Furman University Child Development Center for 7 years. I stayed home for 7 years after the birth of my two daughters. When the girls started school I returned to teach. I have taught at Shannon Forest Christian School, Simpsonville Elementary and Bell's Crossing Elementary School. I have taught first grade at Lake Forest for 10 years. I have completed 26 years of teaching altogether. I love first grade because first graders love to learn and it is a very important year as each child has the challenge of becoming a fluent reader. I believe in using their natural curiosity and vivid imagination to make each day at first grade fun and educational! It has been a priviledge to teach at Lake Forest!