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Parent Resources

 

 Family Friendly Standards Website

Here is a great link to the SC Standards website. This is a great resources to make parents aware of what their child should be learning at school. please click on the link below.

 
http://www.scfriendlystandards.org/elementaryk.htm

Imagination Library

Please click on the following link to obtain a free copy of
Dolly Parton’s IMAGINATION LIBRARY Official Registration Form
Reading At Home

Teachers and administrators reiterate the importance of reading. Please feel free to view the handout below to get tips on ways to work with your child at home.
 
 
Power School Parent Portal

PowerSchool Parent Portal - Find out what is going on at your child's school anytime, anywhere! With PowerSchool, you can easily read daily bulletins, keep up with class assignments and check on recorded grades. PowerSchool provides real-time access to your child's assignments, grades, attendance, and more! You may login to the Internet and type http://powerschool.spart6.org in your address bar and type in your username and password in the display screen below. If you cannot remember your username and password or are a first time user, you may pick up your secure username and password from Mrs. Schrieffer or Mrs. Knight in the office.

OLWEUS

The Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) is one of the best-known bullying prevention programs. OBPP has been proven to prevent or reduce bullying.

The goals of OBPP are to reduce bullying problems and prevent new bullying problems from happening. The program also works to make relationships better among students. The program is for all students, not just those who are being bullied or who are bullying others. There are several components of this program to ensure the success. One being, this program will be integrated with our school-wide character education program. This will be done through our guidance counselors as she holds her guidance classes. Teachers will be holding class meetings weekly to present lesson that deal with different types of bullying issues.

Parents and guardians play a key role in this program. Your child will be asked to tell an adult at school and at home if he or she is bullied or sees bullying happening at school. It will be very important that you take any bullying seriously and tell our school staff. Our school staff members are being trained to deal with bullying situations when we are told about them.

Should you have any further questions about this program, please do not hesitate to contact our school.
 
Find out what’s going on at your student’s school anytime, anywhere! With PowerSchool, you can catch up on your student’s class assignments, and check out your student’s grades. PowerSchool provides real-time access to your student’s grades, attendance, assignments, and more! You may pick up your student's ID and password from the school office. We cannot give out this information over the telephone or by email.

SC State Standards

Would you like to know what your child should be learning this school year? Click the picture below and find out more from the Family Friendly Standards website. There you will find a Guide for parents and families about what their child should be learning.
Accelerated Reader Quiz List
*The Accelerated Reader Quiz list provides information on the tests available for students to take on books that they have read.

Boxtops 4 Education

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Pauline-Glenn Springs is participating in the General Mills Boxtops 4 Education Program. Simply cut off the Boxtops 4 Education label of any General Mills product and send it to school with your child. Most families have these products in their homes and are items often used. Some examples are cereal, cake mixes, and other general food items. Our school receives ten cents for every box top submitted. Let your friends and family know to save the tops for you as every little bit helps.
 

School Choice

In accordance with School Board Policy JBC, Spartanburg County School District Six is offering limited school choice, grades 5K-8th, for the 2019-2020 academic year, based upon availability. You may request that your child attend a school other than his or her zoned school by completing the application form available for download on this web page, or available at any District Six elementary or middle school. Please pay close attention to deadlines indicated on the school choice application forms. All applications will be considered in the order in which they were received. Parents will be notified of the status of their request no later than June 28, 2019. 
 

NOTE: For the 2019-2020 school year, there is NO available space for school choice at Anderson Mill, West View, or Dawkins Middle.

 
Download the forms below.