Allendale County Schools, Special Education Department NOTICE OF INTENT TO DESTROY RECORDS On December 15, 2023, Allendale County Schools Special Education Department, 3249 Allendale-Fairfax Hwy, Fairfax, SC 29827, will be destroying the Special Education Records of students whose special education services ended more than five years ago. For more information or to arrange pick up of records, you may call Mrs. Tenia Creech at (803) 584-4603, ext. 1130. These records will not be shipped. An individual 18 years of age or older, unless adjudicated, must request his/her own records. Proper identification is required. After December 15, 2023, if no one has retrieved the records, the Department of Special Education will assume that they wish for the records to be destroyed.
Part of the Algebra I Collaborative is keeping our students motivated. Yesterday, we held an Ice Cream Social as incentive. The ice cream bar was stocked with different flavors and toppings that the students enjoyed!
After the Meeting Street event, light refreshments were served and students were able to speak with college representatives. Read more about the Meeting Street Scholarship Fund and its impact on Allendale County School District here: https://meetingstreetscholarshipfund.org/life-changing-scholarship-expands-to-allendale-county/
Join the Varsity Basketball Teams as they face off at home against Hampton County High School tomorrow, at 6:30 PM.
Allendale County School District now has access to the Meeting Street Scholarship Fund! This will allow our qualifying students to receive up to $10,000 annually for college and its expenses. Superintendent Dr. Vallerie C. Cave, State Superintendent Ellen Weaver, Meeting Street Executive Director, Josh Bell, and Assistant Vice President for Honors and College Experiences at Claflin University, Monica Greene were all in attendance and spoke to mark this special announcement!
Take a look at our breakfast/lunch menu for the month of December.
Final reminder that tonight is the Allendale-Fairfax High School Guidance Department's Parent Information Night. This event will start at 5:00 PM and will include free food and invaluable information so please attend!
Come out and support your Varsity Tigers at their first home games against Edisto tomorrow at 6:30 PM.
Parents if you're interested in becoming a volunteer for our district, please attend one of our volunteer orientation sessions being held on December 13th (virtual) and January 10th (in person).
Reminder that in two weeks, we will start EOCEP Testing for Algebra 1 and English 2!
A friendly reminder that tomorrow the Allendale-Fairfax High School Guidance Department will host a Parent Information Night on for parents, juniors, and seniors.
Today AFHS held a Career Day Fair where students were able to learn about various career opportunities in law enforcement, custom apparel, fire fighting, local banking, business technology, social services, child development, and more! We are so grateful to all of the individuals and companies who attended the event and spoke with our students.
Last night, Dr. Cave recognized those who go above and beyond. She thanked the Food and Nutrition Staff for their dedicated efforts in ensuring our Thanksgiving Dinners were a success! She also acknowledged Mrs. Tinsley who had high passing rates for her SC Ready Math and ELA. Also, Mr. Prasad had an impressive passing rate for the SC Alt in Reading and Math.
Mrs. Lottie Lewis gave a special presentation at our board meeting. She gifted Allendale-Fairfax Elementary School a cash check sponsored by Emma's House . She also gifted gingerbread houses donated by SRP to the entire second grade! We are so thankful for all the work she has done and continues to do for our schools. She truly is an asset to our community.
Our November Board Meeting topics included Gavin's Law, Stop the Violence Grant, and Pay Procurement. Operational and Financial updates were provided by Superintendent Dr. Cave and Mrs. Angela Grant, Director of Finance.
Congratulations to our November Students, Staff, and Teachers of the Month, who were honored at last night's Board/Community meeting. Cameryn Williams (AFES Student of the Month) Journee Anderson (AFES Student of the Month) Aitana Rivera-Ramirez (AFES Student of the Month) Kahryn Bryant (AFES Student of the Month) Zane Maner (AFMS Student of the Month) Tyrese Hammond (AFMS Student of the Month) Domonic Harley (Student Athlete of the Month) Malachi Flowers ( AFHS Student of the Month) Mrs. Roper-Jackson (AFES Teacher of the Month) Mrs. Fields (AFES Support Staff of the Month)
In our first official game of the season, the Lady Tigers have defeated Colleton County winning 42-37.
The Career Fair will be held tomorrow in the AFHS Gym from 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM. Students please come to explore different career options!
Final reminder that today we will be having our monthly Board/Community Meeting at 6:00 PM in the AFHS Multipurpose Room. Parents, please attend so that you can be informed about your child's school and our district.
Please be reminded that tomorrow we will be having our Board/Community Meeting at 6:00 PM in the AFHS Multipurpose Room.