It's time to call back all our Monarch Chorus members from years past to participate in our December performance as a Monarch Mistletone! If you have a chorus student that is now in middle or high school that would like to participate, please fill out this quick survey and refer to Miss Bryan's website underneath the "Chorus" tab for the rehearsal schedule. It's Mistletone time!! Take the survey!
Test Information for Parents of Second Graders
Cognitive Abilities Test (CogAT) and IOWA Assessments (IOWA)
|Second graders will be taking the CogAT and Iowa from October 24th - 28th. The South Carolina Department of Education requires the administration, scoring, and reporting of a norm-referenced test system. The purpose is to help identify potential students for academically gifted and talented programs. CogAT is an ability test that predicts a student’s potential for academic success. IOWA is an achievement test which measures what the students actually know and are able to do. These multiple choice tests are untimed but should be finished by 12:00 PM each day. To provide the most productive testing environment, parents and other volunteers are asked to come after testing is completed each day.
Read Your Way to the Big Game
|Help your child qualify to win Palmetto Bowl tickets by participating in EOC’s 2016 Read Your Way to the Big Game contest. The contest will end on November 1, 2016. Learn more...
Monarch Elementary is participating in a reading contest, Read Your Way to the Big Game. It is a fun way to implement and practice reading skills as the students read for either USC Gamecocks or Clemson Tigers. The students have to read at least 6 books on their reading level to be participants. They can read more than 6, and are encouraged to do so to do well in the contest. Every participant will get a bookmark at the beginning, and a certificate at the end of the contest. Students who participate will be entered into a drawing to win 4 tickets to the Palmetto Bowl game (USC vs. Clemson football) with pre-game activities and sideline passes. Since they have a small chance of winning that prize, the library will have prizes for an overall winner and grade-level winners at Monarc
School Visitor and Volunteer Guidelines
Greenville County Schools (GCS), in an effort to ensure the safety of all of our students, is implementing additional security checks for school volunteers. Effective immediately, all volunteers must submit an application to the school and receive clearance from the district before interacting with children in the school or chaperoning any school field trip. Learn more...
Grades 1-5 New Student Orientation