State Rlections Winners
Congratulations to our state winners from Summit Drive in the Reflections program. Austin Papp was awarded third place for Music Composition and Honorable Mention for Photography. Austin's photography will be on display in the main lobby of the District Central Office until Friday, March 14. Aisling Linnane was awarded Honorable Mention for Dance. Austin and Aisling will be recognized at the state PTA conference here in Greenville on March 29. We want to thank all who participated this year at Summit Drive. Please begin thinking about your entries for next year. Our theme will be "The world would be a better place if...."
Battle of the Books
Summit Drive has over 100 students in fourth and fifth grades participating in the Greenville County Battle of the Books program this year. Teams of students have been reading a predetermined list of titles and preparing for our school competition. Teams will compete on March 11th to determine which students will represent Summit Drive in the Greenville County competition. Summit Drive's Battle of the Books final round will be March 12th. Good luck to all students participating.
Greenville Drive Reading All-Stars Program Grades 3-5
Students in grades 3-5 are invited to participate in the Greenville Drive Reading All-Stars Program. Click here for more information.
Course Catalogs for our rising sixth graders are now available online. Click Here
Make Up Days
Upcoming snow make up days are Friday, March 7 and Monday, March 10. Students will be in attendance on those dates. June 6th will also be used as a snow day makeup.
Summit Drive Earns Excellent Rating
For 2012-13, Summit Drive Elementary School achieved an Absolute Rating of Excellent and a Growth Rating of Good. The Report Cards are posted on our school district website at www.greenville.k12.sc.us.
- The Absolute Rating is based on Palmetto Assessment of State Standards (PASS) results for 2012-13 measured against target levels of performance.
- The Growth Rating indicates the progress of achievement scores for the same students from one year to the next.
- Report Cards also include our status toward meeting the Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requirements. Our ESEA grade for 2012-13 was an A.
Shooting Stars Running Club
57 students ran 49 miles on 11/21 for a year-to-date totoal of 390 miles. Students have now traveled through Virginia Beach and are headed to Washington, DC. Keep up the good work guys.
Nominate a teacher that has made a difference in your life! BI-LO and WYFF News 4 want to reward the teachers who are going above and beyond. Each week, an area teacher will be selected to receive the Golden Apple Award and profiled Thursdays on WYFF News 4.
This is your opportunity to honor that teacher who has made a difference in your life or the life of your child!
Click for a nomination form (two pages).
Our Patrol Blog contains all the information patrols need for their schedule and assigned duties.
It is very important that you review the transportation letter. There has been an update on various forms of transportation. Thanks.
Recently Rick Floyd, an Internet Security Specialist for Greenville County Schools gave a presentation about Cyber-Bullying. Click here to view the video of this presentation.