Parents, if you need to report a Close Contact, Household Contact or Positive Case of Covid-19, please use the following link. https://forms.gle/1QJyUPGG1si2EUVg8. A school nurse will follow up with you as soon as they can.
2021-2022 Student-Parent Handbook https://5il.co/x2f0
Need to report a Close Contact, Household Contact or Positive Case of COVID-19? Click here to answer a few questions (Prosperity Rikard Elementary School COVID-19 Reporting).
School Supplies will be furnished by Prosperity-Rikard Elementary. Parents will only need to provide a book bag and water bottle.
EdVenture Children’s Museum is celebrating rising kindergarteners and their families with a free evening of play at 211 Gervais Street in Columbia on Friday, August 6, 5-7 p.m. Masks and pre-registration are required. More info can be found at https://tockify.com/edventure/detail/161/1628283600000. Please help spread the word.
Registration for Be Great Academy’s 2021-22 after school program is now open! Come join us for award-winning fun programs focused on achieving academic success, healthy life styles, and character development! Participants will receive snack daily and have the opportunity to complete each day’s homework during our Power Hour program. Our curriculum focuses on STEAM projects and leadership skills all while providing a safe place for your child after school. After school care will begin the first day of school and run from school dismissal until 6:30 PM on school days. We offer care at select locations when school is out. Let us help your child discover their greatness within. Visit https://portal.begreatacademy.com for more information and to complete the online registration.
In case you missed tonight's call... Face-to-face registration will be on Wednesday, July 28th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm and on Thursday, July 29th from 1:00pm to 6:00pm in the cafeteria. Please use the car line entrance and park in the parking lot. There will be signs posted for you to enter. 🦁 Please make sure you have registered online before coming to the school. If you do not have access to a computer, we will have one available for you to use. 🦁 Make sure you bring your proofs of residency if you did not upload them when registering your student. You will not be able to complete the registration process without your proofs. 🦁 If your student is in Kindergarten and you have not provided their Birth Certificate or Immunization record, please bring them to registration. 🦁 School fees will be collect during registration. The fees are $20 for school and $25 for technology (optional). 🦁 If your student will need medication at school, Nurse Renee will be available. 🦁 If you have questions about breakfast, lunch or bus transportation, a staff member will be able to help you. 🦁 Please only limit one parent per student. Students are not required to come to registration. 🦁 Social distancing guidelines will be adhered to and masks are encouraged but not required. ‼️If you have registered your student, provided all 3 proofs and paid their fees, you are NOT required to come to registration. ‼️
The School District of Newberry is offering Technology Insurance for your student's device for a $25 fee. Please see the document below for more information.
2021-2022 NEW STUDENTS TO NEWBERRY COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT ONLINE REGISTRATION: English - https://secure.infosnap.com/family/gosnap.aspx?action=27383&culture=en Spanish - https://secure.infosnap.com/family/gosnap.aspx?action=27383&culture=es 2021-2022 RETURNING STUDENT REGISTRATION FOR UPCOMING YEAR English - https://registration.powerschool.com/family/gosnap.aspx?action=27384&culture=en Spanish - https://registration.powerschool.com/family/gosnap.aspx?action=27384&culture=es
Encuesta Comunitaria de ESSER III El Distrito Escolar del Condado de Newberry necesita información sobre el gasto de la asignación de ARP - ESSER III. El SDNC recibió más de $ 15,2 millones para abordar la pérdida de aprendizaje y las necesidades académicas relacionadas con la pandemia de Covid19. Los fondos no se pueden utilizar para bonificaciones. El 11 de marzo de 2021, la Ley del Plan de Rescate Estadounidense (ARP) se convirtió en ley. El Departamento de Educación de los Estados Unidos está proporcionando $ 121,9 mil millones adicionales para el Fondo de Ayuda de Emergencia para Escuelas Primarias y Secundarias (Fondo ESSER III). Esta legislación otorgará estas subvenciones a las agencias educativas estatales (SEA) con el propósito de proporcionar a las agencias educativas locales (LEA) fondos de ayuda de emergencia para abordar el impacto que COVID-19 ha tenido y sigue teniendo en las escuelas primarias y secundarias de todo el país. la Nación. Por favor complete la siguiente encuesta: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe68t0vop3zRC4n7gkjzBg00beljT0orT04uS5Pwd1jEcTAEQ/viewform
Dear Parents and Childcare Providers, Parents and caretakers of young children and the professionals who work with families are experts on the supports and resources available in communities around South Carolina. It is our job as state leaders to listen to you all. The “Transitions from Pre-K to 5K” survey is from the interagency Palmetto Pre-K Transitions Workgroup, and we aim to learn more about what's available around our state to support families in the transition into 5-year-old Kindergarten. We would be incredibly grateful if you would share your thoughts. Please take a moment to complete a very brief survey (about 5 minutes) found here: https://scfirststeps.surveymonkey.com/r/JMYM2J9. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Rachal Hatton-Moore, Two-Generation Coordinator, at email@example.com.
South Carolina Department of Education Office of Early Learning and Literacy College and Career Ready Division Survey: Dear Parents and Childcare Providers, Parents and caretakers of young children and the professionals who work with families are experts on the supports and resources available in communities around South Carolina. It is our job as state leaders to listen to you all. The “Transitions from Pre-K to 5K” survey is from the interagency Palmetto Pre-K Transitions Workgroup, and we aim to learn more about what's available around our state to support families in the transition into 5-year-old Kindergarten. We would be incredibly grateful if you would share your thoughts. Please take a moment to complete a very brief survey (about 5 minutes) found here: https://scfirststeps.surveymonkey.com/r/JMYM2J9. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Rachal Hatton-Moore, Two-Generation Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESSER III Community Survey The School District of Newberry County needs input on the spending of the ARP - ESSER III allocation. The SDNC received over $15.2 million to address learning loss and academic needs related to the Covid19 pandemic. Funds cannot be used for bonuses. On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act was signed into law. The US Department of Education is providing an additional $121.9 billion for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER III Fund). This legislation will award these grants to state educational agencies (SEAs) for the purpose of providing local educational agencies (LEAs) with emergency relief funds to address the impact that COVID-19 has had, and continues to have, on elementary and secondary schools across the nation. Please complete the following survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSei9tClMHrmiD75mx587EV1x2WJzU8P3QljYmghF9bB9aZ2KA/viewform
Parents, Would you like the capability to manage screen time and filter websites on your child's personal device? Free Bark Jr - Bark for Schools Bark Jr allows parents to manage screen time, filter which websites their kids can visit, and keep up with kids by using location check-in. It's just another way that Bark is closing the gap in online safety for kids while allowing them the space they need to develop into good digital citizens.
The School District of Newberry County will begin collecting Consent Forms to Opt Out of Face Mask Requirement Imposed on Students by a School or School District on Friday, May 14. The form must be completed in its entirety and should be returned to the school between Friday, May 14 and Friday, May 21. Once approved by the school, this form allows students to go mask-free in the school building. Face coverings will continue to be required on all school buses. Students who exhibit any symptoms and visit the health room will be issued a mask. Parents are reminded to continue to check your students for any symptoms prior to sending them to school and inform the school nurse if your child is symptomatic. Plexiglass and social distancing measures will remain in place. As students come for state testing that begins on May 17, please be aware that there may be students with and without masks in the classrooms where testing occurs. Parents can access the form at https://scdhec.gov/sites/default/files/Library/D-4286.pdf.
Well Visit and Vaccine Reminders to School Aged Children Dreaming of a return to in-person schooling for your children or a summer family vacation? Things are looking better for 2021. The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is encouraging and will save lives. Vaccination has never been more important to protect our families and communities. Now is the time to get your children caught up on routine immunizations they may have missed during the pandemic or are due for this year. It’s time to call your pediatrician or family doctor’s office to schedule a yearly checkup for your child. In 2020, it was “stay home to stay safe”. In 2021, clinics are safe, sanitized and socially distant. Medical offices have taken protective measures to make sure that visits can happen safely, including: Scheduling sick visits and well-child visits during different times of the day Asking patients to remain outside until it’s time for their appointment to reduce the number of people in waiting rooms Offering sick visits and well-child visits in different locations A safer return to school means vaccinating your child/children this spring with all recommended vaccines. Preteens especially need to receive their recommended vaccines. Children ages 9-12 are due for four vaccines to protect against diphtheria, HPV-related cancers, meningitis, tetanus, and whooping cough. Call to schedule a well child appointment today. For more information, visit: https://scdhec.gov/health/child-teen-health/early-childhood-health/how-often-should-my-child-get-routine-checkup How Often Should My Child Get a Routine Checkup? | SCDHEC All children need to have regular well child check-ups. Good health care helps create a good foundation for growth and development. Regardless of age, well child check-ups are important for all infants, children and adolescents. scdhec.gov
PEBT Como Verificar Tu Direccion en el Portal: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1174465/PEBT_explanation_Spanish_Como_Verificar_Tu_Direccion_en_el_Portal.mp4
🚨🚨Tomorrow, March 18th will be an eLearning day for our school and district due to the severe weather expected throughout the day. Assignments and information will be posted by teachers similar to our Distance Learning Wednesdays. Take care and stay safe. 🚨🚨
BOOK FAIR INFORMATION!!! This year, we will have books in the building for the book fair that students can purchase using eWallet (cash and checks will not be accepted). Books can be chosen from the flyer that will be sent home, or by browsing a virtual book fair to see what options are on the cases in the library. Students will place their book order by completing a Google Form that can be found on our website and facebook. The books that the students purchase will be delivered to their classrooms. The book fair can also be supported by shopping and making purchases online through our online book fair.
If you need to report any Covid related information, please see the link under NEWS on the PRE webpage.