Pageland Elementary School
Principal: Jean Page Watson
715 W. McGregor Street, Pageland, SC 29728
Pageland Elementary School's
Pageland Elementary School provides opportunities and motivates every student to grow in learning.
Congratulations to Mrs. Bracy: PES Teacher of the Year for 2014-2015
Mrs. Beaver's 4th grade class created costumes and performed "The Sticky Coyote".
On Thursday, February 27th, Pageland Elementary School third graders took a special trip to Columbia, SC. They began their exciting day with a guided tour of the South Carolina State Museum that included transportation that has been used in the state, from dugout canoes to the first Model T, threading machines found in the infamous cotton mills and a chemistry lab complete with experiments from everyday chemicals. The real excitement came on their visit to the South Carolina State House. After a brief walk-through of the beautiful building and grounds, students got to meet Senator Vincent Sheheen, who will be running for governor in 2014. Senator Sheheen took the students into the House of Representatives meeting area and explained a little about how the lawmaking process works. Then, he ushered the students, over 100 of them, into the Senate meeting room where senators were still in session. Students and teachers were utterly delighted when he paused the meeting to welcome the students from Pageland Elementary School. Because he took valuable time from his day, students were profoundly impacted from this experience.
We are very proud to have our new Music Teacher: Mr. Thomas Davis!
And our new School Nurse, Mrs. Sandy Sutton!
Report cards are designed to inform you of your child’s level of instruction, academic progress, and growth in desirable habits and attitudes. The report card provides a means of communication between you and your child’s teacher, which is very important to his/her success and happiness in school. Report cards are issued every nine weeks. You are encouraged to request conferences as needed. The evaluation of student achievement is one of the important functions of the teacher. Each student is evaluated with reference to his or her own instructional level. The accepted marking system is as follows
Grades 3-5 A 93-100 Outstanding work
B 85-92 Above average work
C 77-84 Average work
D 70-76 Below average work
F Below 70 Work not up to acceptable quality
Courtney Vaughn was our school winner and District Winner!
Class winners from Ms. Eddin's Room for the 5th grade Spelling Bee are as follows:
Makayia Chambers, Leon Clark, Juan Avalos, Korina Uemera, Maria Lubiano, and Jania Duncan.
From Ms. Rivers' class:
Nathan Burnop, Courtney Vaughn, Brooke Johns, Manuel Hernandez, Braxton Cox, and Oscar Herrara Rodrigues.
At Pageland Elementary we believe….
We believe the quality of work given to students is
the key to increasing achievement. We will
concentrate on designing challenging,
interesting and highly engaging instruction for
all our students.
This year our Box Tops Funds will support our Art & Music Programs. Please send in your box tops TODAY!
The regular school day will operate from 7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Car riders may begin arriving at 7:00 a.m. Car rider drop off and pick up is located at the back of the school. Any student arriving after 7:30 a.m. must be accompanied by a parent and report to the front office. Breakfast will be available for all students from 7:00 – 7:30 a.m. Our dress code policy will continue and details are explained in the Parent/Student Handbook.
Student Motto: I am responsible for all my actions.