2016-2017 News

Bojangles Donates Boxes of Books

posted Mar 24, 2017, 11:09 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Teachers of the Year were given boxes of books for the classrooms at Westwood Elementary.


LCP Students of the Month - February

posted Mar 24, 2017, 5:50 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Long Cane Primary is happy to announce STUDENT OF THE MONTH for February 2017.  Our character word for the month was FRIENDSHIP.  Each of these students were selected by their homeroom teacher because they displayed friendship at Long Cane Primary.  We are so proud of these students!!!

Bottom Row Right to Left:  Megan Stamey,  Brailyn Sawyer, Allie Creswell, Logan Sammons, Jamie Bowman, Blayne Toms, Durrell Tucker.  Middle Row Right to Left:  Cat Johnson, Tyler Hudson,  Jy’Rhea Donald, Ivy Arant, Ja’Kaviya Power, Sara Kennedy, Abigail Uldrick,Ke’Donnis Power.  Back Row Right to Left:  Bria Johnson, Issac Benson, Carlos Guzman, Try Deason, Zacharias Jordan, Beau Hite, Mrs. Ricketts
Not Pictured:  Grayson Fowler, Ian Kehrley

Ag-Literacy Week at Diamond Hill Elementary

posted Mar 13, 2017, 10:10 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Mrs. Norman's first grade class participated in Ag-Literacy week. Abbeville Clemson Extensions's Jenny Mountford visited Diamond Hill Elementary to read "Before We Eat" and make miniature greenhouses.


A Calculated Thank You to Thermaflex!

posted Mar 13, 2017, 6:20 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Thermaflex presented AHS with a generous donation of thirty calculators!  The employees came together to assist in raising the required money to make this contribution.  This will create a new classroom set of calculators for our students to use for many years to come!

Effects of Pollution, in 3D!

posted Mar 10, 2017, 8:01 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Mrs. Jenny Mountford of the Abbeville County 4-H brought in her 3D EnviroScape Watershed model to provide hands-on, interactive demonstrations for the 5th grade students of John C. Calhoun Elementary School. These demonstrations showed the students several ways the effects of pollution have on our water sources as well as ways to prevent pollution that affects our land and oceans. It also demonstrated how the natural process of a storm, (rain) can be destructive and cause changes such as erosion and deposition in our land forms. The students were able to see how storm water runoff carries pollutants through the water shed to a lake and/or river that will eventually lead into our oceans.


Cherokee Trail Featured on WYFF!

posted Mar 7, 2017, 9:19 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Dale Gilbert:  Check this picture out.  Cherokee Trail Elementary in Donalds says this picture is Mrs. West's seventh grade class and Mrs. Johnson's first grade class.  They celebrated Dr. Suess' birthday by letting the older kids read to the younger kids.  They love it!

To watch the video broadcast, please click on this link.

WYFF Channel 4 Dale's Salute to Cherokee Trail Elementary

John C. Calhoun Students of the Month - February

posted Mar 6, 2017, 8:35 AM by Acsd Webmgr

Perseverance was the character word for the month of February.  The students at JCCE learned the importance of not giving up and how to persevere through difficult times.  The following students were chosen by their teachers as student of the month.  Ja'Nequa Tatum, Kamarion Poole, Kor'tasia Tillman, Ashton Sorrow, Lexzy Scott, Malakye Haddon, Tramerria Robinson, Collin Cummings, Milton Scott- principal, Mirena Bryant, Braylon Patterson, Kalan Bell, Preston Carlisle and not pictured Nevaeh Williamson.


Black History Month

posted Mar 5, 2017, 7:52 PM by Acsd Webmgr   [ updated Mar 5, 2017, 7:54 PM ]

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Read Across America Day

posted Mar 5, 2017, 7:39 PM by Acsd Webmgr

Mrs. Mary Ann Martin, as Emily Elizabeth from the Clifford, the Big Red Dog book series, visited the students at John C. Calhoun Elementary in celebration of Read Across America Day. Emily Elizabeth read to classes 4K-1st grades with Clifford as her companion.


Mrs. Carol Wilson, The Farm Lady, visits JCCE

posted Feb 17, 2017, 12:56 PM by Acsd Webmgr

Mrs. Carol Wilson, The Farm Lady, visited with the K5 and first grade classes at JCCE.  She helped our students learn even more about Natural Resources and where our food comes from.  Everyone got to find seeds in a piece of cotton grown on her farm.  We enjoyed the visit!


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