Vision : To foster a learning environment to enable every child to reach his or her greatest potential.
Mission: To provide our students with resources, strategies, and technology to create a strong foundation for life-long learning.
***NEW SCHOOL HOURS: 7:45 AM Tardy Bell - 2:15 PM Dismissal***
Mark Your Calendar:
Apr. 4 - Report Cards issued
Apr. 4 - Swamp Fox Day - 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Apr. 8 - Last day of Good News Club
Apr. 10 - Honor Roll Program, SIC/Title 1 Parent Workshop & Planning Meeting, "Shop Till You Drop"
Apr. 14 - 21 - No School - Spring Break
Apr. 25 - Spring Pictures
Apr. 30 - Terrific Kids Program - 1:00 pm
| Thanks to a grant awarded by the School Foundation to Anne Darby Hunter, Guidance Counselor at WGE, students participated in living history activities during Swamp Fox Day at Wallace Gregg on Friday, April 4th. |
Students interacted with Sgt. Dusty Owens, a re-enactor from the Revolutionary War Hugh Giles Regiment Militia Unit. Sgt. Owens set up camp for the day as students rotated through and talked to him about serving with General Francis Marion and living in colonial times.
Third graders rotated to 18th Century craft and game centers. They tried their hand at stilt walking, code writing, and dancing 18th Century style. Then they made tri-corn hats, powder pouches, started an embroidery sampler and played games such as jump rope, "Skin the Snake", "I Sent a Letter to my Love", or "Stool Ball."
Students also had the opportunity to make butter for their brown bread and had beef jerky snacks. Bag lunches were served with Liberty Tea Punch.
Want to know more about Common Core Standards for ELA and Math? Go to our Parents Link and look in the
box on the left! The Council of the Great City Schools has provided roadmaps to let parents know what their children are learning
and how they can support their children. Roadmaps are provided for each grade level. ______________________________________________________________________________________
Students from Wallace Gregg were chosen to receive coats that were donated by members of All Saints' Episcopal Day School's Student Council. Pictured above are several members of the Student Council who delivered the coats to Wallace Gregg Elementary. Student Council Officers (left-right) Jackson Lowe, Avery Ferrigno, Lauren Stokes, and Sophia Burnett
We are so proud of our students that participated in the FSD1 Spelling Bee. Congratulations to our Final Round Participants - Magnus Davis, Logan Tweed, Rylie Sperry, Owen Sturgeon and Jaden McMunn. A special hats off to our Last Man Standing for Wallace Gregg - Logan Tweed!
To culminate the American Education Week activities, Wallace Gregg students and staff gathered around the flag pole to celebrate the privilege of an American education. Students were challenged to SOAR.
S Set goals and take small steps to reach big gains.
O Overcome failures by learning from your mistakes and accepting what they teach you.
A Always aim high - do your best at everything you do.
R Risk trying something new everyday, respecting yourself and others along the way.
Activities concluded with the singing of the National Anthem and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
Students from Francis Marion University have been working with students from Ms. Butler's class for the last
few weeks in ELA. The Francis Marion students are currently taking the English Language Arts Methods class.
They practice the skills they’ve learned as they work with students. They read together and practice reading comprehension skills.
|Grits for Grandparents was a huge success. Many grandparents joined their grandchildren for a hearty breakfast!|
Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year! We have several new teachers joining the staff at
Wallace Gregg. Mrs. Sims will be part of the second grade team. New teachers in third grade are
Mrs. Fulmore, Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Thayer. Ms. Benson will be joining the fourth grade team.
We look forward to having these teachers as part of the Wallace Gregg family!
|Congratulations to Mr. Michael Jackson, our music teacher. He was selected by the teaching staff as Teacher of the Year for the 2013-2014 school year.
A huge thumbs up to the staff and students at Wallace Gregg for scoring an A for student achievement
and improvement in the school year 2012-2013! The grade is a key component of the State’s approved
Flexibility Request from certain provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA),
commonly referred to as No Child Left Behind (NCLB).
||Our faculty and staff joined together with employees of Florence School District One at the Civic Center for a Welcome Back Convocation for the 2013-2014 school year.|
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