🌟 Attention Parents! 🌟 Exciting News! Anderson School District Two's Free 4K Program will begin accepting applications for the 2024-25 school year starting February 6th! πŸŽ‰ This incredible opportunity is available for students who meet specific criteria: Eligible students must qualify for free/reduced meals OR have Medicaid. Students must be 4 Years Old by September 1.
15 days ago, ASD2
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Mrs. Strawhorn's class at HPE loved having Mr. Johns be their substitute teacher! Mrs. Strawhorn won the United Way/Community Chest contest and had the day off. Mr. Johns wasn't afraid to jump right into small group instruction with the students. #ASD2Advantage
17 days ago, ASD2
Mr. Johns at HPE
This week, we're taking a moment to shine a spotlight on our incredible school counselors who play an essential role in our students' lives. They are the ones who lend a listening ear, provide guidance, and support our students in their academic and personal journeys. Let's take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to all our dedicated counselors for their unwavering commitment to our students' success. #ASD2Advantage
16 days ago, ASD2
School counseling week
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19 days ago, ASD2
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The FCA Celebration Dinner is quickly approaching. Contact Matt Wurst to RSVP for this awesome event.
22 days ago, ASD2
FCA Dinner
Congratulations to our All-State Band students! #ASD2Advantage
21 days ago, ASD2
All State Band
Belton Middle School would like to recognize Coach Young and the BMS Cheerleaders. They have done a great job this year cheering for our Warrior football and basketball teams. Mrs. Young has done a great job this year as their coach and takes every opportunity to pour into these young females. We are so proud of these students on and off the field. They are great leaders at BMS. Thank you Mrs. Young and BMS Cheerleaders for being awesome Warriors! #ASD2Advantage
21 days ago, ASD2
BMS Cheer
The BHP Choral Department presents the Marvel Pancake Breakfast. Don't miss out on the opportunity to meet your favorite Marvel Characters!
23 days ago, ASD2
Marvel Pancake Breakfast
HPMS students in Mrs. Ritland's 6th grade science class spent time last week investigating the effects of colliding air masses. This lab requires a lot of focus and teamwork, and it is a highly engaging way for students to visualize the way air behaves under certain conditions. #ASD2Advantage
22 days ago, ASD2
HPMS Lab
Fourth graders at Wright Elementary School conquered a Multiplication Breakout Challenge. Congratulations to these Multiplication Masters! #ASD2Advantage
27 days ago, ASD2
Instructional Spotlight
At Belton Elementary, Mrs. Jerina, did a read-aloud with Mrs. Stewart's 3rd Grade class during their library time. The class enjoyed background music that went along with the story! Mrs. Jerina is the Media Assistant at Belton Elementary School, and has a desire to help students love to read! Our district is blessed to have wonderful and caring teaching assistants who are the glue that holds our schools together! #ASD2Advantage
27 days ago, ASD2
BES read-aloud
Thank you to Coach Sweeney and his Clemson staff for visiting BHP during their junior recruiting week.
27 days ago, ASD2
Clemson Junior Recruiting
HPES students, Simon Taylor and Sybil Kate Green, recited the Pledge of Allegiance during the January School Board Meeting. Thank you Simon and Sybil Kate!
27 days ago, ASD2
Pledge Students
We are thrilled to announce that 9 outstanding teachers in our district have achieved their National Board Certification! This is a remarkable accomplishment that reflects their dedication, expertise, and commitment to providing the best education for our students. Join us in celebrating these incredible educators who have gone above and beyond to enhance the learning experience for our students. Kerry Anderson – Belton Elementary School, Mary Beth Browning - Belton Elementary School, Ginny Burt – Marshall Primary School, Beth Dabney – Belton Elementary School, Meredith Hitch – Belton Middle School, Kristen Johnson-Hughes – Belton-Honea Path High School, Lynette Jordan - Marshall Primary School, Tracy Pruitt – Belton Elementary School, Casi Russell – Marshall Primary School
28 days ago, ASD2
National Board Certification
We are thrilled for high school senior, Emmie Williams, to join the ASD2 team as our Social Media Intern for the remainder of this school year! As a senior at BHP, Emmie brings a fresh perspective and energy to our communications team. Over the coming months, Emmie will be working closely with us to bring you the latest updates, highlights, and important information about our district. As Peter Bertoni, our incredible Social Media Intern, wraps up his tenure with us, it's time to express our heartfelt gratitude for his remarkable contributions he made to our communications team. Thank you Peter and Emmie!
27 days ago, ASD2
Peter and Emmie
The BHP Choral Department presents the Marvel Pancake Breakfast. Don't miss out on the opportunity to meet your favorite Marvel Characters!
29 days ago, ASD2
Marvel Pancake Breakfast
January marks the annual observance of School Board Recognition Month celebrating the nearly 600 school board members serving South Carolina public schools. The 2024 theme β€œIn It to Win It” serves as a crucial reminder of the responsibility to persistently advocate for those they represent and acknowledge the significant efforts already put forth. As part of School Board Recognition Month, board members participated in an official signing of the South Carolina School Board Member Ethical Principles. By signing the principles, school board members publicly vowed to represent their local communities’ voice and vision for their public schools. #ASD2Advantage
28 days ago, ASD2
School Board Recognition
The 3rd Annual Bear Shuffle was a huge success! We had twelve local businesses on campus to share more about their companies and the numerous opportunities available to our students. More than 150 seniors, along with 25 rising freshmen, had the privilege to join us for this event.
28 days ago, ASD2
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Marshall Primary School students and staff celebrated the 100th day of school on Wednesday, January 17th. One of the ways MPS celebrated was by dressing as if they were 100 years old or having the number 100 represented in their outfit.
28 days ago, ASD2
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