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District Announcements
Celebrations
of Learning
February 1, 2016


Anderson School District Four Announces Kindergarten Registration

Now is the time to register! Anderson School District Four will begin registration for four-year-old kindergarten (4K) and five-year-old kindergarten (5K) in March.

Registration for 4K students will be held on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Registration for all 4K students will be held at the Anderson School District Four Administrative Office, which is located at 315 E. Queen Street in Pendleton. Children who will be four years old on or before September 1, 2016 are eligible to be screened for the four-year-old kindergarten program. Classes will be held at all elementary schools in the district, and will be filled according to studentsí eligibility needs. Parents do not need to bring their child to registration.

Registration for 5K students will be held on Wednesday, March 9, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Children who will be five years old on or before September 1, 2016 are eligible to enroll. Registrations will be held at the school in the attendance area where you reside. The elementary schools in our district are La France Elementary, Mount Lebanon Elementary, Pendleton Elementary and Townville Elementary. If your child currently attends 4K in Anderson School District Four, it is not necessary to register him/her for 5K. However, all students who attend Head Start in Anderson School District Four must register. Parents do not need to bring their child to registration.

Parents of both 4K and 5K students should bring the childís state-issued birth certificate (not the birth certificate issued by the hospital) and updated immunization record to the registration. In addition, a copy of the childís social security card is requested. Parents are also required to bring a picture ID, which can include driverís license, work identification, etc., and two proofs of residency. The two proofs of residency can include utility bill, rent receipt, mortgage statement or property tax statement, but all documents must show a current address.
4K Registration†††††††††††††††† 5 K Registration

Community Meetings Scheduled Concerning District Facilities

A series of community meetings will be held over the next several weeks as part of the district's 10-year facilities planning for future district construction. †A timeline for addressing needs identified by stakeholders will be shared to include priority projects funding by the 1-cent sales tax approved in November 2014. Of the $14M we are projected to receive by the penny sales tax, 5.5M will be held for our portion of the new career center, which is currently in the design phase with identified programs; leaving close to 8.5M for needed projects. Members of the community are invited to attend any informational meeting. Information will be shared on student enrollment trends, economic trends, staff and community survey results, Title IX issues, instructional and athletic needs, and the challenges associated with the current grade span at the elementary level. The meeting schedule can found here. † Facilities Plan Resources


Inclement Weather Protocol
Should the district experience any inclement weather during the upcoming months, unless it hits the night before, decisions will not be communicated before 6:15 AM. Information will be posted on all of our school and district websites and calls/text messages with be made to the numbers listed in our student database system. If you have had a change in your contact information please let your child's school know this week. Note: Information will be communicated if there are school closings or delays and "NOT" if school is in session as normal.
School Announcements
Congratulations to our First Place State Horse Judging Team




On December 5th, 2015 Samantha Parker, Harper Cobb, Caroline Gilmer, and Gabby Vickery competed in the SC FFA State Horse Judging Competition at Lander University. These students spent months preparing for a rigorous competition that involved judging various classes of english/western horses and riders, as well as identifying tack/equipment, and applying disease treatment options and farm management practices. After winning first place at this competition, these state champions fully intend to take nationals by storm next October in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Pictured (left to right): Rose Jordan (Agriculture Teacher), Samantha Parker, Harper Cobb, Caroline Gilmer, Gabby Vickery, Nichole Veasey (Equine Coach)
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