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• Children are our first priority in all decision making processes.
• All children should have equal access to a quality education addressing their individual needs.
• Children deserve the services of highly qualified instructional and support service personnel.
• Students benefit from a safe, orderly facility where a learning environment of mutual respect for diversity thrives.
• Stakeholder involvement from parents, community, and businesses partnerships ensures student success.
• All students will learn to read on grade level by the end of third grade and from fourth grade to high school read to learn content required to be college and career ready as required in South Carolina Read to Succeed legislation.
• Students will be college and career ready when graduating from high school.
• Each district employee is a valuable asset in educating children.
• Students learn best when they feel valued and their needs are met.
Welcome to N.S.E.S.
Welcome to N.S.E.S.
Principal: Charlene Louden

810 Johnston Road
Ninety Six, SC 29666
Phone: 864-543-4995
Fax: 864-543-4962
Important Information for Thursday, Oct. 31st
Red Ribbon Week: Dress Up Day
Students may wear costumes to school on Thursday but school dress code still applies. Students are not allowed to wear a mask or cover their face in anyway, this includes face paint. No weapons can be brought as part of the costume, such as foam swords, Nerf guns, fake knives, etc.

Fall Party
No candy or treats may be brought to school to be distributed to friends. No food items may be brought in for the party due to allergies. PTO will provide food and treats for students for their Fall Party.

Thank you for your cooperation.
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Compulsory Attendance Law

3 days ago


Greenwood School District 52 would like for all students to be successful throughout the educational process. Your child’s attendance is a major part of his/her success.


The State of South Carolina has a compulsory Attendance Law which requires children 5 years of age until the child attains his/her  17th birthday or graduates from high school to regularly attend school. A child 6 to 17 years old is TRUANT when the child has 3 consecutive unlawful absences or a total of 5 unlawful  absences.


When a student is truant, school officials will meet with the parent/guardian to complete an Attendance Intervention Plan. If unlawful absences continue, you and your child will be referred to DSS and/or Court for further intervention.


When your child is absent, always bring or send the written excuse when your child returns to school.



Doris Louden

Attendance Officer