Rudolph Gordon Parent's Information Page

Elementary Erin’s Law Resources


PreK/Kindergarten Curriculum

How Are You Peeling?

1st Grade:

1st Grade Curriculum

Your Body Belongs to You

2nd Grade:

2nd Grade Curriculum

Do You Have a Secret?

3rd Grade:

3rd Grade Curriculum and Video

4th Grade:

4th Grade Curriculum

Not In Room 204

5th Grade:

5th Grade Curriculum

District Website for Physical Education and Health

Link to information

Reporting Bullying, Discrimination, Harassment, Intimidation and Threats

Greenville County website

Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972

Title IX is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, including pregnancy and parental status, in educational programs and activities.  The law states

“No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

District Website Link with more information

   Children's Online Privacy Protection Act – COPPA

School starts at 7:45 AM

  • All ride changes should be completed by 1:45 PM by email with the student's teacher. Middle school parents should contact the student's 7th period class. The teacher must reply back to you in order for the ride change to be complete.
  • Please teach your children how to open and close car doors. It is helpful in the arrival and dismissal process.
  • Please know that dismissal may take a little longer until we work out details. Please be patient with us as we keep everyone safe.

GCS Return to school website is also a great tool for answers. GCS return to school parent page  

  Grades K-5
Grades 6-8
(middle school)
Families with at least
one elementary and one middle school
Arrival Either Location Either Location Either location
Dismissal 2:15    front of the building 2:30   middle school side 2:30   middle school side even if the sibling is not present. 

Parents - what you need to know about returning to school. 

Reporting COVID-19 Exposures and Positive Test Results 

Keep students at home if they present with any of the following symptoms:

cough or shortness of breath, or difficulty breathing;
fever or chills;
muscle or body aches;
vomiting or diarrhea; or,
new loss of taste or smell.  

Additional information is available on the GCS Parent Resource webpage.

GCS Notification of Positive COVID-19 Cases

The following guidance is intended to help parents know when to exclude students who have symptoms or have a diagnosis of COVID-19 from school and when these individuals can return to school.