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Grinch Week- Dec. 12-16, 2022

Grinch Week is back! Let’s stand up to the Grinch and stand up for the gift of reading Dec. 12-16, 2022. Students are invited to dress up for the following spirit days.
Dec. 12- Reading is sweet! Candy Cane Day (Wear red and white)
Dec. 13- Hats off to reading! (Wear holiday hat or headband)
Dec. 14- Reading is a gift! (Dress in green or wear tree or gift shirts)
Dec. 15- Light up the world with reading!- (Wear holiday lights)
Dec. 16- Reading is cozy!- Pajama day (Wear pajamas)

Student Council Toy Drive

Our Student Council sponsored Toy Drive runs December 1st through December 9th. We will be collecting lightly used toys, books, etc… to donate to a local shelter (no stuffed animals please). Students can drop off donations in the main hallway/atrium. This is a great opportunity to clear out some neglected toys before Christmas and put a smile on a child’s face at the same time!

GCS Proposed Calendar Change

Greenville County Schools is proposing a shift to the student calendar, so students will start and end the year one week earlier. Please visit the GCS wesbite for complete details. | GCS Proposed Calendar Change

Flu/COVID Testing Information

Starting Monday, November 28, there will be free, drive-through testing for both Flu and Covid-19 provided at three locations. GCS students, employees, and their household contacts can get tested. Results will be provided in approximately 1 hour. An important change from last year: parents and employees are responsible for reporting any positive results directly to the school or their supervisor. DHEC has again contracted Mako Medical to administer the testing, and the three sites are the same as last year: Fountain Inn High School, MT Anderson Support Center, and Northside Park. All of the information has been updated on the GCS website.  | GCS Flu/COVID Testing Info


Tigerville Times- Nov. 2022 Edition

Check out what is happening at our school. Read the newest edition of the Tigerville Times. | Tigerville Times- November Edition