Our Kindergarten and 1st Grade classes participated in a Fall Festival at school. We would like to thank Callaham Orchard for the pumpkins. We also appreciate the students from Crescent High School Beta Club, Student Council, and Ag Class that helped plan activities and demonstrations for our students. A very special thank you to Milky Way Farms for bringing a dairy cow and talking to the students about milk production. Our students also loved the train ride provided by Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and Donna Fowler! It was such a fun, learning experience for all of our students! Check out the pictures here! https://youtu.be/ZrokvpT-6r8 Reported by: Paxton, Clayton, AvLynn, and Natalie 5th Grade
We are currently taking donations to support our Annual Angel Tree. We have two ways that you can help. If you would like to sponsor a child by shopping from a wish list, please contact Mrs. Barbare (352-6154 or firstname.lastname@example.org). If you would like to make a monetary donation, you can drop cash or check by the Starr Elementary front office, or you may donate using a credit/debit card by accessing the link below. Any monetary donations would be greatly appreciated (no amount is too small). https://bit.ly/3F4HQoE
We are so thankful for our veterans that keep us safe and protect our freedom! A special shout out to the visitors that joined us today to speak to our students. We appreciate you today and every day! Click on the link below to get a glimpse of our day... https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1szw2u7J10TOowFkDwzYRadTJAU7nLsCZe8yeBEh5imE/edit?usp=sharing
Congratulations to the students who were nominated for October Terrific Kid. Please check out the link below for a video presentation. Congratulations and keep up the hard work. https://bit.ly/3qrBeg6
Friendly Reminders SES Families...
Our school had a BLAST celebrating National STEAM Day! From observing pumpkin volcanoes to building bridges, towers and pumpkin catapults, the students did a great job working together to create and implement a plan for various STEAM activities! Awesome job, SES teachers and students! You all ROCK! Please click the link below to get a closer look of STEAM Day at SES. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1yC9U7E64zf46l-RzskHR1SX5HCwfkLKoEbvsuLIXGPM/edit?usp=sharing
Congratulations to the students who achieved Honor Roll for the 1st Nine Weeks. Please check out the link below for a video presentation. Congratulations and keep up the hard work. https://bit.ly/3q4b7LX
Starr Families, We are excited to share our students' work with you all for our Virtual Literacy Night! Please click on the link below. Then, you'll select your child's grade level and class to view his/her presentation. We are so proud of them; they all did a "SPOOKTACULAR" job!! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vS9_UnTuycpQk8Z_qCH0LaQYhEF_bCVzy29tN134jjT94EgHnfx4IHE4XTDxB8hM_FJLABYV4bWZFcA/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000&slide=id.p
Mrs. Melissa Davis has been the principal of Starr Elementary School for 12 years! Her favorite part of being a principal Is "building relationships with faculty, staff, and students." Thank you for your dedication to the students of Starr! 💛#PrincipalsMonth https://youtu.be/4z7ji00WbgE
Join us on Saturday,, October 30 for the annual Tiger Trot. Please help us win back the Golden Shoe by registering under Starr Elementary. See the flyer for more details.
We are so proud of Karmen Phillips. She is brave, strong and always has a smile on her face. Please celebrate with us on her completion of chemotherapy. Way to go Karmen! Peace out Chemo!
Congratulations to the students who were nominated for September Terrific Kid. Please check out the link below for a video presentation. Congratulations and keep up the hard work. https://bit.ly/2YXNmtP
This week our students have been working on several scarecrows for the Town of Iva contest. Here are our 3rd graders posed with their teacher scarecrow made from recycled materials!
October Menus are now available! 🎃
Book Fair Ends Tomorrow! All students will have one last chance to shop. If you would like for your child to make a purchase, please do not forget to send money with them tomorrow.
In coordination with DHEC, Anderson 3 will host a free Pfizer vaccine clinic at Crescent High School tomorrow, Friday, September 10th, from 2-5 PM. The clinic will be held in the New Gym parking lot. All staff, students (12+), and community members are welcome to attend.
Book Fair begins tomorrow! Students will shop during their regular library time.
Scholastic has created a digital payment tool, called eWallet, for students to shop the Book Fair. If you would like to take advantage of this tool instead of sending cash with your child, please visit our Book Fair homepage at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/starrelementaryschool8 to create an account and add funds.
Book Fair will be held from September 7-14 in the library. If you would prefer to shop online, please visit https://www.scholastic.com/bf/starrelementaryschool8.
Good evening. If you have a child that is currently quarantined, please read the following information below: **K4-1st grade students will work out of a packet. These packets are available for pick up at the school or you may print them off from our website. **Starting tomorrow, 2nd-5th grade students may virtually join their classroom for the whole group lessons and complete assignments posted in Google Classroom. The schedules with specific log in times and instructions are available to view on our website. Your child will also receive an email with this information. If your child does not have his/her Chromebook and charger, please stop by the school tomorrow and we’ll get it to you. Please contact us if you have any questions at (864)352-6154.