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    Manning Elementary School Teacher-Student-Parent Compact 2021-2022

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  • If you are interested in serving on the MES 21-22 School Improvement Council, please click on the link below.

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     Manning Elementary School School Improvement Dates 2021-2022 

     

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  • CSD2 COVID Press Release
     
    8/26/21
     
    Parents & Guardians,
     
    Today, at Clarendon School District Two, we had one (1) Covid-positive case at MPS. There were nineteen (19) students and one (1) employee quarantined per SC DHEC guidelines. District nurses called the parents/guardians of all students who were exposed. The affected classrooms and buses have been cleaned and disinfected per CDC and SC DHEC guidelines.
     
     
    Clarendon School District Two remains dedicated to maintaining the safest possible environment for our staff and students. We respectfully request our families to please keep your children home if they are ill or if they have a known exposure to Covid-19. Any parent/guardian who is unsure if they should send a child to school may call any district nurse.
     
     
    While we acknowledge the concern and frustration of our students and families, please understand that according to the SC Department of Education, “Districts/schools are not permitted to offer only virtual instruction unless the district/school can no longer safely operate and provide face to face instruction due to staffing shortages resulting from COVID-19 or similar infectious disease. Should staffing shortages exist and the school/district feels it cannot safely offer face to face instruction, the school/district should contact the regional DHEC office and allow public health officials to assess the situation and provide a recommendation on operations…” “...The school/district should also notify the SCDE prior to announcement of the move to temporary virtual only instruction.” We will continue to remain vigilant in providing instruction to our students in the safest environment possible. Thank you for entrusting your children to Clarendon School District Two.
     
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  • CSD2 COVID Press Release

     
    8/25/21
     
    Parents & Guardians,
     
    Today, at Clarendon School District Two, we had one (1) Covid-positive case at MECC. There were twenty-seven (27) students and one (1) employee quarantined per SC DHEC guidelines. One (1) employee was fully vaccinated and did not need to quarantine. District nurses called the parents/guardians of all students who were exposed. The affected classrooms and buses have been cleaned and disinfected per CDC and SC DHEC guidelines.
     
    Clarendon School District Two remains dedicated to maintaining the safest possible environment for our staff and students. We respectfully request our families to please keep your children home if they are ill or if they have a known exposure to Covid-19. Any parent/guardian who is unsure if they should send a child to school may call any district nurse.
     
    While we acknowledge the concern and frustration of our students and families, please understand that according to the SC Department of Education, “Districts/schools are not permitted to offer only virtual instruction unless the district/school can no longer safely operate and provide face to face instruction due to staffing shortages resulting from COVID-19 or similar infectious disease. Should staffing shortages exist and the school/district feels it cannot safely offer face to face instruction, the school/district should contact the regional DHEC office and allow public health officials to assess the situation and provide a recommendation on operations…” “...The school/district should also notify the SCDE prior to announcement of the move to temporary virtual only instruction.” We will continue to remain vigilant in providing instruction to our students in the safest environment possible. Thank you for entrusting your children to Clarendon School District Two.
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  • CSD2 COVID Press Release
     
    8/23/21
     
    Parents & Guardians,
     
    Today, at Clarendon School District Two, we had 1 Covid-positive case at MECC, 1 at MPS, and 2 at MES. It was determined that a group of students and staff were exposed to Covid-19 at each school. In total there were 135 students and 0 teachers quarantined per SC DHEC guidelines. Four teachers and four students were fully vaccinated and did not need to quarantine. District nurses called the parents/guardians of all students who were exposed. The affected classrooms and buses have been cleaned and disinfected per CDC and SC DHEC guidelines.
     
    Clarendon School District Two remains dedicated to maintaining the safest possible environment for our staff and students. We respectfully request our families to please keep your children home if they are ill or if they have a known exposure to Covid-19. Any parent/guardian who is unsure if they should send a child to school may call any district nurse.
     
    While we acknowledge the concern and frustration of our students and families, please understand that according to the SC Department of Education, “Districts/schools are not permitted to offer only virtual instruction unless the district/school can no longer safely operate and provide face to face instruction due to staffing shortages resulting from COVID-19 or similar infectious disease. Should staffing shortages exist and the school/district feels it cannot safely offer face to face instruction, the school/district should contact the regional DHEC office and allow public health officials to assess the situation and provide a recommendation on operations…” “...The school/district should also notify the SCDE prior to announcement of the move to temporary virtual only instruction.” We will continue to remain vigilant in providing instruction to our students in the safest environment possible. Thank you for entrusting your children to Clarendon School District Two.
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  • Attention CSD2 Parents! In partnership with the Carolina Family Engagement Center, we are building a strong Family Leadership Team called Community and Parents for Public Schools (CAPPS). Parents are positioned to learn new strategies, build leadership skills, and be equipped to more effectively advocate for their children, families, and communities. If you are interested, please apply at https://tinyurl.com/yzzrme59
    Benefits of being a CAPPS Parent Leadership Partner include:
    A stipend for participants who complete all PLP requirements.
    The 2021-22 sessions are expected to be held virtually.
     
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  • CSD2 COVID Press Release

    Parents & Guardians,

    Today, at Manning Elementary School (MES), the school was notified that an individual tested positive for Covid-19.  It was determined that a group of students and staff were exposed to Covid-19.  The group included 2 teachers and 37 students.  Both teachers were fully vaccinated and do not need to quarantine.  One student recently recovered from Covid-19 and did not have to quarantine.  35 students were sent home from school to quarantine per SC DHEC guidelines.  District nurses called the parents/guardians of all students who were in the class exposed to Covid-19.  The affected classrooms have been cleaned and disinfected per CDC and SC DHEC guidelines. 

     

    Clarendon School District Two remains dedicated to maintaining the safest possible environment for our staff and students.  We respectfully request our families to please keep your children home if they are ill or if they have a known exposure to Covid-19.  Any parent/guardian who is unsure if they should send a child to school may call any district nurse.  Thank you for entrusting your children to Clarendon School District Two.

     

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  • Clarendon School District Two: Title I Family Engagement Policy Stakeholder Review 2021-2022. Please click on the link to take the parent survey. Thank you. https://bit.ly/3s5dxJl

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  • Congratulations to Mrs. Katie Floyd, MES 2021 - 2022 Teacher of the Year!
    Katie Floyd is a 6th grade ELA/S.S. teacher at Manning Elementary School. She graduated from Coker College and has taught for 11 years. She has been employed in Clarendon School District Two for the past 7 years. Mrs. Floyd is highly qualified by The South Carolina Department of Education in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. She is also certified to teach Gifted and Talented students and has acquired her Read to Succeed endorsement.
    Mrs. Floyd is proficient in technology and loves learning new ways to incorporate technology in her lessons to engage students. This year she has provided professional development for her colleagues at MES on the implementation of technology in the classroom. Finding strategies to instill a love of reading within her students while infusing technology is her passion. Her goal is to help all children reach their potential by challenging them to be curious and take chances when learning.
    Mrs. Katie Floyd is described by her 6th grade administrator as a no nonsense, nurturer. She is organized, resourceful, and dedicated. A song that describes her personality is “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NG2zyeVRcbs
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  • Awards Day

     

    Please lick on the link to view the MES 2020-2021 1st semester honor awards ceremony:

    MES Awards Ceremony

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  • School Improvement Council (SIC) Dates

    Please click on the link to view the schedule for SIC meetings:  MES SIC Schedule

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  • If you DO NOT wish for your student to receive on-site instruction (face to face) and would like distance learning ONLY, please complete this form and return it to your student's school.

     

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Principal

  • Dear Parents and Students,

    From the entire staff at Manning Elementary School, I am delighted to welcome you to the 2019-2020 school year. We are looking forward to a very productive year as we partner with you and your child to ensure they are receiving the best education possible. We realize that in order to be successful, our children need support from home and school. We believe that a strong partnership between you and our school will make a huge impact on your child’s educational success. We ask that you help us through this partnership by: 

    • Making sure your child attends school daily, arrives on time, and stays the entire day of school.
    • Completes all homework assignments given by teachers.
    • Reads daily to improve literacy skills, as well as, develop a love for reading.

    Throughout the student’s agenda, you will find valuable information that you need to know and remember in order to make this year successful. We thank you for your support and look forward to working with you and your child. 


    Sincerely,


    Allyson H. Goff

    Principal

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