The Student Services Department strives to enhance the education of the whole person by creating an environment in which students develop toward their maximum potential through a comprehensive system of programs, personalized learning, educational opportunities and services that enhance student development of career, college and citizenship readiness.
Kindergarten Registration Begins March 20, 2017
Children who will be five years old on or before September 1 of the current year must enroll in public or private kindergarten. Please visit your neighborhood elementary school March 20 through April 21, 2017 to register your child for the 2017-2018 school year. For information or to determine where your child will attend kindergarten, contact Audril Jones, in the Student Services Department, at (864) 594-6190 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enroll a new student in kindergarten, please present the following at registration:
• State-issued birth certificate
• Properly completed Immunization Certificate or Religious Exemption Certificate (Religious Exemption Certificate provided by Health Department)
• Proof of residence in two forms (current mortgage/lease statement and current electric or utility bill)
District 7 has 4-year-old kindergarten programs at the Early Learning Center and the Cleveland Academy of Leadership, and 3 and 4-year-old programs at Meeting Street Academy. These classes require eligibility screenings and class size is limited. For more information, call (864) 594-6190.
Families residing in District 7 with children who will turn 3 or 4 on or before September 1, 2017 are also eligible to register for the Montessori Program at E.P. Todd School. A tuition fee is charged and class size is limited. For more information, call E.P Todd at (864) 594-4475.
Just think. The programming at one of our schools may be tailor made to fit your child’s unique talents and interests. In Spartanburg School District Seven, it is our belief that students are most successful when they are involved in programs that interest and motivate them. Though our students are assigned to schools based on their residential address, they may apply to a school with a certain focus, a school with a unique program, or another school within the district.
Bullying, Harassment and Intimidation
The District is committed to fostering an environment that both promotes learning and prevents disruptions in the educational process. Accordingly, the District prohibits all forms of bullying, discrimination, harassment or intimidation. As provided in Board Policy JICFAA, students and parents may file a report of bullying, discrimination, harassment or intimidation by other students, employees of the District, or third parties involved in the school setting.
All reports should be filed with the principal or his or her designee. Reports may also be filed by a student’s parent. If the allegation is against the school’s administration, the student or parent should file a report directly with the District’s Parent Resource Representative. Anonymous reports may also be made.
Our Core Beliefs Are
All students have dignity and worth.
All students are unique and should be treated as such.
All students should have access and the opportunity to realize his/her full potential regardless of his/her race, age, gender, sexual orientation, ethnic background or religion.
Student service should be extended to diverse populations.
Our Goals Are
To provide a comprehensive program of services/opportunities that will insure cognitive, social, emotional and physical success for all students.
To successfully conduct all the administrative support functions necessary to support the needs of students, the schools, the district, the community, the state, federal and other external educational entities.
To develop and operate a successful program which will attract and retain students in order to serve students’ needs and the district’s need for adequate enrollment.
To increase graduation rate while assisting students in becoming career, college and citizenship ready.
To provide a variety of personalized learning opportunities that meet the diverse needs of students in the district.
Dr. Sonia Leverette Assistant Superintendent of Student Services
Shelly Hawkins, LMSW Social Worker and McKinney-Vento Homeless Coordinator
Phone: 864-594-4512 email@example.com
Don Mims Director of Student Services/Hearing Officer
Phone: 864-594-6197 firstname.lastname@example.org