Nevitt Forest Elementary School

  • Census Letter to Parents

    As you know 2020 is Census year in America and we want to do our part to make sure everyone is counted.  To aid our community you may use this link My 2020 Census to access the form.

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  • E-LEARNING HOTLINE

    (864)222-4911

     

    HOTLINE HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY

    8AM - 4PM

    DISTRICT OFFICE DROPOFF HOURS: MONDAY - FRIDAY

    8AM - 4PM

     

    The E-LEARNING HOTLINE is for Students, Parents of students, Teachers, and all school Staff. Over the HOTLINE we will be able to provide technical support for issues such as students not being able to login to their Chromebook, teachers passwords expiring, and we’ll provide support by walking parents and/or students through the steps of accessing their assignments, or connecting their device to the internet. If your device has suffered physical damage, we will not be able to provide repair support over the phone nor do we want you or anyone else attempting to repair the device yourself.

     

    If your device has suffered physical damage rendering it unusable, you will need to bring said device to the REAR ENTRANCE of the District Office on the FIRST FLOOR. Knock on the door on the LEFT side of the Roll Up Door and a representative from the IT Department will be there to take your broken device and issue you a replacement. 

     

    We will ONLY be at the District Office for physical repairs Monday through Friday from 8AM - 4PM.

     

    Please do not hesitate to call the HOTLINE for any school related technology needs!

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  •  Our students attended a T L Hanna basketball game on January 14th as a reward for SWARMing behavior.

    Swarming at a game

     

     

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     Art Club is every Monday from 2:30-4:00


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    ELearning

     

    Decisions about school closing, if deemed necessary, will be made at the appropriate time to ensure student and staff safety.

     If schools are closed students will have eLearning Day lessons that will extend learning during inclement weather. An eLearning Day simply means that students in grades k-12 can use their Chromebooks for “electronic learning” or “eLearning”while school is out. Students who complete their lessons during a school cancellation will be counted present for the day(s) they are out. This will allow District Five to count a school cancellation day as a school day and not have to make that day up later in the school year.

     

    eLearning Day Preparation

    District Five sends home chrome books when eLearning lessons may be needed to be prepared for a school closing.  This does NOT mean that school is cancelled but will allow chromebooks to be at home “just in case” school is cancelled. Directions for lesson completion and lesson turn-in will be provided by teachers.

    eLearning FAQ for parents.

     

     

     

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