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Chef Salad-Black Bean/Corn 2 GB
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We still There will be no school on Monday, January 15th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday.




Students in 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades will take ELA and Math benchmark tests the week of January 15th and possibly the following week. Your child's teacher can inform you of specific testing dates.




Yearbooks go on sale today through March 26th, 2018. There are TWO options this year, HARDCOVER book for $25.00 and Softcover book for $20.00. Order yours today! Extra books will be limited!  



WThe SC State Museum will be at LES on January 25th for our 3rd grade and 3rd year LEM students. they are brining a fossil experience to our students. on February 1, they will be back for our 4th grade students with an experience about light. We are looking forward to these on-campus experiences!



We still Please make sure your children are dressed appropriately for the cold weather that we are experiencing. If you are in need of a warm coat, please let us know. We have a large number of lost coats in the office. Is your child is missing a coat or jacket, please stop by the school and check out what has been turned into the office. Also, please write your child's name in his or her jacket; it can then be returned to the owner easily if it is lost.



Please remember that if school is delayed or closed, you can receive a call from the school district and a SchoolWay notification. The local television stations are also notified. to receive the most current information, please make sure you have a working phone number on file with the school. SchoolWay is also a notification service that you have to sign up for on your mobile phone. As a point of information, we do NOT serve breakfast to students when we are on a two-hour delay. Please make sure your child eats breakfast at home whenever this occurs.



The Federal Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) recommend a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most inportant step in protecting against flu viruses. Id students are sick with flu-like illness, CDC recommends that you stay home for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone (fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medication). Symptoms consist of fever, headache, fatigue, cough, sore throat, runny/stuffy nose & muscle aches. Flu viruses spread from person to person through coughing and sneezing. Always remember to encourage kids to: cover their mouth and nose when coughing/sneezing, wash hands with soap & water or an alcohol based hand sanitizer, and remind them not to touch their eyes, nose or mouth, for this causes the spread of germs. Please join us in preventing the spread of the flu virus in our schools. Please contact the school nurse with any questions or concerns (843) 752-5292.




Thank you for your cooperation concerning our transportation policies. We have had markedly fewer problems especially in the afternoons. Please continue to communicate in writing with your child’s teacher whenever there is a change. And please remember if your student rides a bus to and from school, it is important that an adult be visible to the driver at the bus stop in the morning and afternoon.



We collect Box Tops for Education and our school receives money that is used to purchase classroom supplies.  The class that collects the most labels wins an ice cream party.  We also collect can tabs for the Ronald McDonald House in Columba. Please send your box tops and can tabs to school!  We appreciate all that you do!