Posted: Thursday, November 10, 2016
AJ Whittenberg Elementary – 8:30 AM
Bell’s Crossing Elementary – 8 AM
Breakfast served; all military branches honored; reading from America’s White Table; Student Performance for Veterans
Berea High – 2:30 PM
Honoring All Who Served – Veterans, their families, and others throughout the community are invited to attend. The school’s AFJROTC and members of student government will make presentations.
Blue Ridge Middle – 8:45 AM and 10:30 AM
Ceremony includes patriotic music and other recognition of military guests. Veterans are encouraged to stay for lunch.
Veterans are invited to join students for lunch.
League Middle Academy – 8 AM
Veterans’ Day Breakfast
Northwest Middle – 9 AM
The program will include the band, a guest speaker, and a social. Veterans can view student projects and displays throughout the building.
Phinnize J. Fisher Middle –8:45 AM
The program will include the Southside JROTC presentation of colors, guest speaker Michelle Albrecht, Honor Flight Upstate, video of Veteran interviews by ELA students, music, poems, and recognition of veterans.
Sevier Middle – 10 AM
The Veterans Day ceremony at Sevier is unique to Sevier as students attend school each day on the grounds of the World War I Army facility known as Camp Sevier.
Simpsonville Elementary – 8 AM
Refreshments served to veterans and guests; flag raising ceremony with chorus; veterans invited to speak to students
Slater Marietta Elementary - 1:15 PM
The guest speaker is local veteran Ben Cleveland whose children attended Slater-Marietta Elementary and now has relatives who attend the school. We will honor all service branches and will also have a guest appearance by Rachel Wyatt, the reigning Miss South Carolina reception for the veterans and guests will be held after the program in the cafeteria
Sterling School – 8 AM
Veterans’ Day Program
Summit Drive Elementary – 1:15 PM
Students will sing to veterans and express respect for our country. Veterans are asked to share their time of service and military affiliation during the ceremony.
Students in Ms. Williams’ and Ms. Crowder’s classrooms will deliver handmade cards and cookies to local veterans at the ceremony in downtown Greenville.