On Tuesday, November 24, each class will come to the library media center to preview the book fair. This will give them a chance to see what books are available.
The Book Fair will be November 30- December 4 M-Th 7:30-2:30 & Fri 7:30-12
Teachers sign up to bring their classes to the book fair throughout the week so they can browse and shop. Each class will come 1 time. If a student brings money on a different day, they will be allowed to come down to the media center and shop for books. Parents are invited to come during their child's class time or any other time during Fair hours! You can check the Satchel Ford website to see what time your child’s class will visit the Book Fair. If sending a check, please make it out to Satchel Ford Elementary PTO.
The ONLINE Book Fair is open now and is available 24/7 through December 5. The link is above. All purchases made on the website will be shipped to the school once the fair is over and will be sent home with the child.
The Satchel Ford Library receives profits from the Book Fair in books and cash. Monies received from the Fair go towards purchasing new books and eBooks for the Media Center.
District Seeking Parent Input on Language Immersion Program
Richland One is exploring the possibility of starting a language immersion program next school year, and district administrators want to know what parents think of that idea.
Unlike a foreign language class, in a language immersion program, all or a significant portion of the academic day is taught in another language, including core subjects such as math, science and social studies.
“Students wouldn’t speak English; they would speak that target language from the beginning of that period of time until the end of that period of time. They truly would be immersed in that language,” said Superintendent Dr. Craig Witherspoon.
The district is seeking input from parents to gauge their level of interest in a language immersion program and to find out which languages they would be interested in their children learning through the program. Richland One parents are encouraged to take the survey, which will be open through November 10, 2015.
Parents: Click on the link below to take the survey:
For more information, contact the Richland One Office of Communications at (803) 231-7504.
Our first “Satchel Ford Day at Baskin Robbins” was a HUGE success! Because of your participation, and Baskin Robbins' GENEROUS support, the Satchel Ford PTO received a check for $400! THANK YOU!
The class with the most participation between now and December will receive a “cool” treat!
Thanks to a new federal program, The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), all Richland One students will be able to eat breakfast, lunch, supper and snacks at no charge! Parents, no application is required and no money is needed to purchase these meals. Please contact Student Nutrition Services at 803-231-6953 or the cafeteria for more information.
We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education,
empowering all students to achieve their potential and dreams.
Satchel Ford hours during the school year:
7:05a.m. Building Opens
7:30a.m. Instruction Begins
Please call the school office at 738-7209 with any questions or concerns.
Arrival and Dismissal Procedures
Please read the attached procedures for morning arrival and afternoon dismissal.
Want to know more about our school fundraisers/activities and how you can volunteer?
Check out the PTO website!
VLF Photography Contest Winners
K Group-Color Digital- 1st Place: Joshua VanKallen, Karyssa Burkett, and Maggie Best
K Group-Color Digital- 2nd Place: Isaac Flores, Jadien Outing, Analee Burch, and Bergen Winchester
K Individual- Color Digital- 2nd Place: Reese Johnson
Gr.1-2 Group-Color Digital- 2nd Place: Evelyn Squires and Walker Bell
Gr.1-2 Group-Color Digital- 2nd Place: Gabriel Marigliano, Lee Payne, Reese Johnson
Gr. 3-4 Individual- Color Digital- 2nd Place: Sophia Peek
Gr. 3-4 Group- Color Digital- Honorable Mention: Ford Hedgepath and Lauren Free
Congratulations to all of our Participants and Winners!
Brian Geoffroy, Teacher of the Year
Marcie Jennings, Classified Employee of the Year