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District Announcements
5 ASD4 Schools Earn National Healthy Schools Award
Five schools in Anderson School District Four have been recognized for achieving the Alliance for a Healthier Generation 2014 Bronze National Recognition Award. Earning this distinction are La France Elementary, Pendleton Elementary, Townville Elementary, Riverside Middle, and Pendleton High. The announcement by the Alliance was made mid-May, making Anderson Four schools five of the less than 300 schools across the country to receive this important recognition and the only South Carolina school district to have this number of schools to be recognized in a single year.  Read more...

School Announcements
MAP Testing Starts Aug.25
MAP Testing for all 9th grade students will be from Aug. 25 through Sept. 2.
PHS Students Selected for Anderson County Farm Bureau Youth Ambassadors
Pendleton High School senior Annslee Hart and Pendleton High School graduate Eric Wilson have both been chosen by the Anderson County Farm Bureau to serve as Anderson County Youth Ambassadors. Both students will compete for the state title at this year's South Carolina Farm Bureau Convention in Myrtle Beach. Annslee and Eric were selected based on their personalities, essay response and interview questions. A male and female student is selected from each South Carolina County. Josh Yeargin (PHS graduate, 2012) is currently serving as the South Carolina State Farm Bureau Youth Ambassador. Eric served as the 2013-2014 Pendleton FFA President, Annslee currently serves as Pendleton FFA Chapter Treasurer.

 

Alive at 25
Alive at 25 courses will be offered on September 27, October 18, and November 22. Please register online at http://www.scaliveat25.com or call Officer Szymanski at 403-2104 or Mr. Boozer at 403-2113 to sign up.  

Alive at 25 is a survival course developed by the National Safety Council. It is designed to prevent the #1 killer of teens, automobile crashes. SC Alive at 25 is taught by off-duty Deputy Sheriffs, Municipal Police Officers and SC Highway Patrol Officers. The course is delivered in one 4.5 hour program which focuses on the behaviors, decision-making and risks facing young drivers every time they get behind the wheel.  Since South Carolina's program kicked off in 2007, the state's death toll among drivers 15-24 has dropped by 41%. This reduction is amazing, but one life lost is still one too many. The council developed the Zero Hero campaign to emphasize South Carolina's goal of Zero traffic fatalities among young drivers.
Guidelines for Students Petitioning to Receive a High School Diploma in Accordance of Act 155
Act 155 eliminates the requirement for students in graduating classes from 2015 onward to pass an exit exam to receive a diploma. It allows students who, since 1990, have met all other requirements except for passing the exit exam (HSAP or BSAP) to petition for a high school diploma. Students must no longer be enrolled in public school to be eligible.

The petitioner must complete the ACT 155 High School Diploma Petition Application in its entirety and submit to the school district as indicated on the application. Please note that the deadline for petitions to be received by the School Board of Trustees is December 31, 2015.

Complete Guidelines for Petitioning for Diploma
High School Diploma Petition Application


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