Gloverville Elementary School

Home of the Shooting Stars

  • The mission of  Gloverville Elementary School is to cultivate future-ready students to serve our evolving community and world through an innovative, literacy-focused school system distinguished by:

    • Rigorous, personalized learning opportunities
    • Highly effective, service-driven professionals
    • Mutually beneficial partnerships



    SIC Key Points

    • The School Improvement Council (SIC) serves as an advisory committee to a school’s principal and faculty.
    • School Improvement Councils are mandated by law to exist in every public school in South Carolina.
    • SICs play a key role in the education of our state’s children, bringing together parents, educators, and community stakeholders to work collectively to improve their local schools.
    • SICs meet once a month during the school year.

     SC School Improvement Council Mission: To promote and support civic engagement for quality public education in SC.

     Frequently Asked Questions

     Who May Serve on a Council?

    Parents, teachers, business partners, and community leaders can serve and are encouraged to serve on a Council.

     Why Should I Become Involved?

    When parents are involved in their children's education, children do better in school. Parents bring great wisdom to the School Improvement Council. They have intimate knowledge about their children and access to other parents who can provide knowledge and insight. Citizens who are not parents of children in the school can make unique contributions to School Improvement Councils. Senior citizens, business people, members of the faith community, staff of social service agencies and others all have knowledge, experience and resources to share. Community members who feel ownership in the school are often the best advocates for the children and the school.

     Become involved and help cultivate future ready students and leaders here at Gloverville Elementary School!

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  • CANCELED TOWN HALL MEETING - School Board Members Mr. Dwight Smith and Mr. Brian Silas, representatives for Area 3 Schools, have canceled the Town Hall Meeting originally scheduled for September 9, 2019. The Board Members plan to reschedule the open community forum at a later date which will be shared on our website.

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  • Open House

    5:00 - Title 1 Meeting
    5:30 - PTO Welcome Assembly
    6-7:00 - Classroom Visits
    6:30 - Optional Volunteer Training

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  • Labor Day-September 2nd—Labor Day Holiday Schools Closed

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A Glimpse at Gloverville Elementary

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The Path

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GES School Summary Report

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Gloverville Newsletter

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Attributes of a premier student
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