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6th Grade One to One Laptop Initiative
We will begin the roll out of our 6th Grade One to One Laptop Initiative on Tuesday, Sept 2, as we return from the Labor Day holiday. Parents of 6th graders should examine the issued One to One Device Handbook, and are required to attend one of the 30 minute meetings held Tuesday Sept 2 through Thursday, Sept 4. Meetings will be held during:
Tuesday (9/2): 7:45-8:15am, 12:15-12:45pm, & 3:45-4:15pm
Wednesday (9/3): 7:45-8:15am & 12:15-12:45pm
Thursday (9/4): 7:45-8:15am, 12:15-3:45pm & 3:45-4:15pm
During this meeting parents will go over important information and will be asked to sign a user agreement and pay a $25 user's insurance premium. Payments are accepted in cash or check payable to Sevier Middle. Laptops will then be issued Friday, September 5 to those 6th graders who have completed this process.
Sexuality Education Course Exemptions
As part of the Greenville County Schools Health Education Curriculum, students taking PE/Health Education at Sevier will take part in an age appropriate, abstinence based Sexuality Education Course. Students may be excluded from the sexuality education component of the Health Education Program if the curriculum conflicts with the family’s beliefs. Prior to instruction, schools mail parents information regarding the opportunity to preview all sexuality education instructional materials, and the parent’s right to exempt his/her child from any portion or the entire unit. Sevier will have its Sexuality Education materials on display for preview from August 25 – September 5. Opt-Out forms have been mailed home and extra copies are available in the front office. Parents wishing to exempt their child from the Sexuality Education Course must complete the Opt-out form and deliver it to the front office in person. Students may not turn in Opt-Out forms. The first semester Sexuality Education Course will begin September 8 for girls and September 22 for boys. The second semester preview dates are January 5 -16 and classes well be held February 2 - 27.
School Improvement Council
Our school needs you!
Join the SIC and make a difference in our school!
The School Improvement Council (SIC) at Sevier Middle School is actively recruiting new members for the 2014/15 school year. SICs are mandated by law and exist in every public school in South Carolina. Their goal is to bring together parents, educators and community stakeholders to work collectively to improve our local schools. At Sevier Middle we are fortunate to have an active and vibrant SIC. We serve as an advisory committee to the Principal, staying abreast of school programming, providing real world feedback on priority objectives, and lending help as requested.
Being a part of the SIC is easy and rewarding. Members develop a deeper understanding of the issues affecting our schools and have an opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas. We all bring different perspectives to the table – differences that need to be voiced and understood to ensure all students at Sevier are challenged to reach their fullest potential.Please consider joining the Sevier Middle School SIC. Our meetings are on the second Friday of the month at 1:30 pm. Our first meeting will be held September 12th. For more information, contact the school at 355-8200.
COPPA Internet Use Consent
Parents are asked to sign and return the following COPPA Law Internet Consent Form. Without this form, we must restrict your child’s internet based learning activities beyond the usual protections provided by Greenville County schools.
COPPA Internet Consent form
COPPA Internet Consent form (Spanish)
News from our Cafeteria
Please submit your Free & Reduced Meal Application as soon as possible. Students who qualified for free or reduced meals last year have a grace period from 8-19-14 until 9-26-14. If an application has not been submitted by this time, these students will return to full pay status on 9-29-14. Apply on-line at http://greenville.schoollunchapp.com for faster processing. Paper applications will still be accepted but have a longer processing period.
Our Cafeteria Staff is proud to announce the rollout of the Culinary Creations meal program. We are now offering a Homemade Soup & Salad Bar on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and a Fruit and Vegetable Bar on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Our Chick-Fil-A Sandwich is now a healthier grilled version on pumpernickel bread, and we are offering a healthier variety of baked chips and snacks. Our School Store will be open each day during lunch and will also offer a variety of healthier snack alternatives.
Students interested in the Robotics Club who attended the Parent Meeting on August 25th:
- Should turn in the required references and contracts by Friday, August 29th in order to be in the club
- Robotic Club members will be made public on Sept. 2nd and money is due on Sept. 5th
- Meetings start Monday and Tuesday, Sept 8th and 9th, from 3:45-4:45pm
Important Transportation Details
School starts at 8:30, ends at 3:25. On time arrival is very important to your child’s education.
Car Rider Drop-off and Pick-up – We need the help of every driver to keep our car pick-up system safe and efficient. Please be mindful of the following:
1. Morning drop-off for all car riders is in the front driveway. Cars will stack quickly. Help us keep the street clear of cars. Pull forward nearest the crosswalk before letting your child out of the car.
2. Afternoon pick-up for all 7th and 8th grade car riders is in the front driveway. A 6th grader who rides with a 7th or 8th grader will also be picked up in the front driveway.
3. Sixth (6th) graders only may be picked up in the rear driveway. The image shows the path at which the back carline flows. Drivers will enter through the Paris Elementary bus loop and exit through the Sevier faculty parking area between parked cars. No driver may enter there to wait before 2:50 to allow Paris bus traffic to clear. This pick-up closes at 3:45, and is available for 6th graders only.
4. Display your issued car number in the windshield during pick-up so that our staff may see it clearly.
5. All drivers must arrive by 3:45. If a specific work condition or high school driver arrangement prevents this arrival time, you must contact email@example.com to arrange.
6. No student may be picked up alongside the road or across the street.
Bus Rider Drop-off and Pick-up are in the rear of the school. We do not expect any change to bus routes or times for each bus stop. The Transportation Dept. will send information to confirm these times in early August.
NOTE to ALL — If you have any change in your transportation arrangements for next year, you must submit a Transportation Change form to the Guidance Office. Thank you for your conscientious support.
2014 Empowering Girls Symposium
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Meal Prices for 2014-2015
Middle School Summer Reading List
Click here to see summer reading suggestions for your child.