Leslie M. Stover Middle School

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  • Student Face Mask Waiver

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  • Girls Summer STEM Camp

    Are you looking to do something different this summer? Come out and join us for a fun and exciting week building, creating, and coding. Enjoy exploring some of these exciting activities: Coding Robots, Flying Rovers, Destroying Bridges, and Launching Rockets. If you are a female student that is going into the 7th grade next year and want to learn more please register for this week of fun and exciting activities.

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  • SEAGUL Parent Letter

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  • School-Level Parent and Family Engagement Policy

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  • Freshman Orientation Class of '25

    LEHS would like to invite our incoming freshmen to an orientation program on Monday, Aug. 2. More details will be distributed soon, but for now, please add this date to your calendars.

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  • Introduction Video to AVID

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  • FIRST IN DISTRICT TO IMPLEMENT PROVEN COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS SYSTEM

    Elgin, SC—Stover Middle School announced it will be implementing AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), a proven college and career readiness system, in Fall 2021. AVID is a nonprofit organization that provides educators with proven, real-world strategies to support underrepresented students, and all students across the entire campus, develop agency so they succeed in college, career, and life. AVID assists schools in understanding the instructional, leadership, systemic, and cultural supports necessary to develop teacher-student relational capacity and confident individuals who can successfully navigate life and career. Stover Middle School is the first in Kershaw County School District to implement this system. Click to read more!

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  • Virtual Student Assignment Update

    As of Monday, February 1, the beginning of 2nd Semester, all virtual students will have 48 hours (not including the weekend) to submit/return class assignments. Please see the attached assignment timeline chart.

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  • Quarter 3 Honor Roll

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  • Tutoring Options

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  • Student Mentoring

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  • Virtual Saturday Academy

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  • Parent University

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  • School Improvement Council (SIC) Information

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  • 6th Grade Virtual Tour (Click here)

    Click the link above for 6th grade virtual tour and information brochure.

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  • Social Distancing Procedures Video

    Click above to view a video on our social distancing procedures.

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  • Delayed Start Wednesdays

    Procedures and Expectations: To reiterate what the district office has already communicated, all transportation options will run at normal times, including buses and the car rider line. If your student is typically a bus rider and you prefer to bring them later, that is allowed. In regards to times, the doors will still open shortly after 7:00 am for the car rider line, and will remain open until 8:15 am. Students dropped off after 8:15 am will enter through the front doors, and get a tardy pass from the front office per usual procedures. Students' first class will begin promptly at 8:25 am. Please make sure all students are in the building to class on time. The students’ schedules, in regard to the order of classes, those will remain the same. If students arrive prior to 8:15 am, they will be directed to the following areas, 6th grade in the cafeteria, 7th grade in the gym and 8th grade in the band room. The academic procedures for those here at the normal time or who arrive before dismissal will involve a variety of activities. They need to have all materials with them. Students will work until 8:15 am, then we will start the process of releasing them to homerooms. We wanted to share with you an overview of how our procedures will work. Please reach out to administration with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your support.

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