Blaney Elementary School

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    Volunteer Information

    We no longer accept SLED checks as part of our volunteer application process.  Please visit the KCSD volunteer information page for more information.

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  • Box Tops for Education

    Boxtops Help raise money for Blaney clipping coupons off of the groceries marked "Box Tops for Education". You can also register online and shop through www.boxtops4education.com to earn bonus points for our school!

     

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  • Arrival & Departure Procedure

    Car Blaney Elementary is the largest elementary school in Kershaw County, and we are responsible for the safe dismissal of nearly 800 bus riders, walkers, and car riders. Your child's safety is our top priority. In order to safely and quickly dismiss your car riding child, please review and follow the traffic pattern shown on this Car Rider Map. Please contact the school office or your child's teacher if you have any questions.
     

     

    Parents of Afternoon Car Riders

    We are asking that you leave your child's name tag VISIBLE until your child is safely in your car. This practice will allow the duty personnel who are on the curb a visual and assistance in calling and helping your child into the car each afternoon.  This will make for a smoother, quicker dismissal.  Thank you for your assistance.
     
     
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Principal's Message

  • Mr. Yount

    A Message from the Principal

     
    I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year. I also hope you are ready to get the New Year off to a great start. The halfway point of the school year is here and when the second half starts we need you focused and working to do your best everyday.
     
    Be sure to check the school calendar for all the events this month but I want to mention a few here:
     
    January 13 Report Cards Come Home
    January 16 Martin Luther King Holiday
    January 19 Awards Day 4th grade (8:15), 5th grade (9:15), 3rd grade (10:15), 2nd grade (1:15) and 1st grade (2:00)
    January 25 100th day of school

     

    - Ed Yount, Principal

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A.P.'s Message

  • Krissi Butler

    A Message from the Assistant Principal

    Happy New Year!  Welcome Back!  I hope everyone had a safe and restful Christmas and New Year!  I personally enjoyed it with my husband, children, and parents.  

     It is hard to believe that we are almost half way through the year!  Please remind your children to that school is important, they need to be responsible for their homework and belongings, and to study hard for quizzes and tests.  Their future depends on it! 

     Reading is key in all subject areas.   Here is some "Reading Food for Thought"...  

     "Out-of-school reading habits of students has shown that even 15 minutes a day of independent reading can expose students to more than a million words of text in a year." ~Anderson, Wilson, & Fielding, 1988

     

    -- Mrs. Butler

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