Gallman Elementary School , 1 day ago
Today, May 13th, all in-person students become day users of their technology devices. The devices will remain at school and will not be sent home. This is to prepare for state testing and end of the year inventory. Please return all devices (laptops and ipads), chargers, and cases to school.
This does not apply to virtual Newberry ONE students.view image
Gallman Elementary School , 2 days ago
The School District of Newberry County will begin collecting Consent Forms to Opt Out of Face Mask Requirement Imposed on Students by a School or School District on Friday, May 14. The form must be completed in its entirety and should be returned to the school between Friday, May 14 and Friday, May 21. Once approved by the school, this form allows students to go mask-free in the school building. Face coverings will continue to be required on all school buses. Students who exhibit any symptoms and visit the health room will be issued a mask. Parents are reminded to continue to check your students for any symptoms prior to sending them to school and inform the school nurse if your child is symptomatic.
Plexiglass and social distancing measures will remain in place. As students come for state testing that begins on May 17, please be aware that there may be students with and without masks in the classrooms where testing occurs.
Parents can access the form at https://scdhec.gov/sites/default/files/Library/D-4286.pdf
Gallman Elementary School , 2 days ago
We're wishing our school nurse, Nurse Fran, a very Happy School Nurse Day today! Nurse Fran has worked so hard during this challenging year to help make sure all the Gators stay healthy and safe- and she's done it all with a SMILE! Thank you, Nurse Fran, for all you do! You are appreciated!view image
Gallman Elementary School , 5 days ago
🐊Attention Parents and Families🐊
In case you missed tonight’s phone call, here’s all the information.
🐊 Thank you to all who sent teachers gifts, cards, and notes during Teacher Appreciation Week.
🐊Interim Reports will be going home on Monday, May 10.
🐊Letters for acceptance into the Pre-K and Montessori programs will be mailed on Wednesday, May 12.
🐊School Nurse Day is on Wednesday, May 12. Let’s show our appreciation to Nurse Fran, our school nurse, who works hard to make sure all of our Gators are safe and healthy.
🐊Beginning Thursday, May 13, the devices (iPads and laptops) of all in-person students will remain at school. Please send all devices, chargers, and cases to school on Thursday. Students will still be using their devices, but will not be taking them home.
🐊Please make sure that students come to school every day with a clean mask.
🐊Please make sure devices are charged each night for school.
🐊Please write notes in agendas if there’s any change in afternoon transportation. Changes of transportation from school cannot be taken over the telephone. This is a safety protocol.
🐊Thank you for your continued support of your children, our teachers, and our school. Our Gallman Gator family is continuing to learn and grow together. We hope you all have a chomp, chomp, chomp Gatorific week!
Gallman Elementary School , 7 days ago
Well Visit and Vaccine Reminders to School Aged Children
Dreaming of a return to in-person schooling for your children or a summer family vacation?
Things are looking better for 2021. The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is encouraging and will save lives. Vaccination has never been more important to protect our families and communities.
Now is the time to get your children caught up on routine immunizations they may have missed during the pandemic or are due for this year. It’s time to call your pediatrician or family doctor’s office to schedule a yearly checkup for your child.
In 2020, it was “stay home to stay safe”. In 2021, clinics are safe, sanitized and socially distant. Medical offices have taken protective measures to make sure that visits can happen safely, including:
• Scheduling sick visits and well-child visits during different times of the day
• Asking patients to remain outside until it’s time for their appointment to reduce the number of people in waiting rooms
• Offering sick visits and well-child visits in different locations
A safer return to school means vaccinating your child/children this spring with all recommended vaccines. Preteens especially need to receive their recommended vaccines. Children ages 9-12 are due for four vaccines to protect against diphtheria, HPV-related cancers, meningitis, tetanus, and whooping cough.
Call to schedule a well child appointment today. For more information, visit:
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Link to Registration Page- Click the BLUE buttons to register for next year
Bell Schedules can also be found in the 1:1 Documents Folder on each school's website and on the district website https://www.newberry.k12.sc.us