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It is the mission of Edisto Primary School to educate and motivate all students to be responsible and independent learners.

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News, Events, and Reminders!
Kyli Horne, Giving to the Community

Kyli Horne says she got the idea from God to help young hospital patients.

“I know what people are going through, so I wanted to give them something to make them feel special,” the 7-year-old said. She broke her ankle a few years ago.

Using her allowance, Kyli bought some Chapstick and hand sanitizer and placed them in bags. She included bracelets with a message about God.

 

The bags also contained cards saying, “I hope you feel better.” She included stickers on the cards “like a cat, a panda bear – like a pony.”

Kyli’s father, Marshall, said she approached her parents a few weeks ago about going to the Regional Medical Center. Stephanie Horne, her mother, asked if she wanted to make some cards for the people at the hospital.

Without her parents knowing, Kyli had already made the bags over the summer.

“When I say she did this on her own, she really did,” Marshall said. He thought she was buying the Chapstick and hand sanitizer for herself.

 
 
 
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Grandmother Mary Jo Crosby was also surprised when she found out Kyli came up with the idea.

“This child amazed me that God gave her this idea on her own,” Crosby said.

Kyli recently took the bags to RMC, where she met President and CEO Tom Dandridge; Pediatric Hospitalist Dr. Charles Kilgore; Director of Her Place, Newborn Nursery and Interim Director of Pediatrics Stephanie Crider and Pediatrics Nurse Manager Brooke Pantaleon. They thanked Horne on behalf of their young patients.

 

“Your cards and gifts will be a big hit with our patients. Thank you for thinking of this special way to help make kids feel better,” Dandridge said.

Horne’s father and brother Christopher accompanied her to RMC.

Kilgore commended Horne’s father for being a great dad and encouraging his daughter’s efforts. “You are obviously raising wonderful children. Having the support of the parents is so important to a child’s development. You’re doing a great job,” Kilgore said.

Kyli is a second-grade student at Edisto Primary School, where she was honored for being kind and caring, her father said. She attends Columbia Road Church of God. Besides helping others, Kyli said she enjoys gymnastics and doing flips on her trampoline.

 
 
 
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UnmuteGrandmother Mary Jo Crosby was also surprised when she found out Kyli came up with the idea.“This child amazed me that God gave her this idea on her own,” Crosby said.Kyli recently took the bags to RMC, where she met President and CEO Tom Dandridge; Pediatric Hospitalist Dr. Charles Kilgore; Director of Her Place, Newborn Nursery and Interim Director of Pediatrics Stephanie Crider and Pediatrics Nurse Manager Brooke Pantaleon. They thanked Horne on behalf of their young patients.“Your cards and gifts will be a big hit with our patients. Thank you for thinking of this special way to help make kids feel better,” Dandridge saidHorne’s father and brother Christopher accompanied her to RMCKilgore commended Horne’s father for being a great dad and encouraging his daughter’s efforts. “You are obviously raising wonderful children. Having the support of the parents is so important to a child’s development. You’re doing a great job,” Kilgore said.Kyli is a second-grade student at Edisto Primary School, where she was honored for being kind and caring, her father said. She attends Columbia Road Church of God. Besides helping others, Kyli said she enjoys gymnastics and doing flips on her trampoline.
2016-2017 School Supply List
 

School Supply List

Click the picture to view a printable supply list.  You can also pick up a hard copy in the front office of the school.  We hope you are having a great summer!
 
EDISTO PRIMARY SCHOOL

SUPPLIES LIST FOR 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR

FOUR YR. OLD CHILD DEVELOPMENT                                                                
  1. Bookbag marked with child’s name (without wheels – NO TODDLER BOOKBAGS)
  2. Eight glue sticks
  3. One bottle of Elmer’s glue
  4. Two packs of EXPO dry erase markers (4 count - thick point)
  5. One pack of washable Crayola markers                                      
  6. One pack of Crayola crayons (24 count)
  7. Two dozen #2 pencils
  8. One pack of colored pencils
  9. One pair of blunt tip children’s scissors
  10. Two boxes of Kleenex
  11. Ziploc bags (one box gallon size & one box quart size)  
  12. Two large containers of Clorox wipes     
  13. One container of baby wipes
  14. One can of Lysol spray
  15. Two bottles of hand sanitizer
  16. Two packs of Play Dough (4 count)
  17. $8.00 for class t-shirt
  18. A change of clothing, including socks and underwear (Put child’s name on items and place in a large Ziploc bag.)
 

KINDERGARTEN:                                                            
1.  Bookbag marked with child’s name (without wheels)
2.  One pack of pink pearl erasers
3.  One 2-pocket plastic folder
4.  Eight large glue sticks        
5.  Two marble composition notebooks - wide ruled
6.  Two dozen #2 pencils
7.  One pack of colored pencils
8.  One pack of washable markers
9.  Two packs of EXPO dry erase markers (4 count - thick point)
10.  Two boxes of Kleenex
11.  Two boxes of Ziploc bags (1 quart; 1 gallon)
12.  One box of Crayola Crayons (24 count)
13.  Two containers of Clorox wipes
14.  Two bottles of hand sanitizer
15.  $8.00 for class t-shirt

16.  A change of clothing, including socks and underwear (Put child’s name on items and place in a large Ziploc bag.)


FIRST GRADE:
1.   Bookbag with child’s name (without wheels)                   
2.   Three packs of yellow #2 pencils                                     
3.   Two two-pocket folders (No prongs)                                                                                
4.   Two boxes of Crayola crayons (24 count)
5.   Twelve glue sticks
6.   Three marble composition notebooks (wide ruled)
7.   Two packs of pink pearl erasers
8.   One bottle of white liquid Elmer’s glue                            
9.   One pack of Crayola 24 Twistable crayons (girls)
10. One pack of Crayola markers (boys)
11. One pack of EXPO dry erase markers (4 count - thick point)
12. One box Ziploc bags (boys – quart size; girls – gallon size)
13. Two boxes of Kleenex
14. Two 30 oz. bottles of hand sanitizer
15. Two containers of Clorox wipes   
16. $8.00 for class t-shirt
17. A change of clothing, including socks and underwear (Put child’s name on items and place in a large Ziploc bag.)

  

SECOND GRADE:
1.   Bookbag with child’s name (without wheels)       
2.  Two packs of Crayola crayons (box of 24)
3.  One 1˝” binder w/ clear cover
4.  Two packs of plain #2 pencils
5.  Two packs of pink pearl erasers
6.  Twelve glue sticks or 6 large glue sticks
7.  One Fiskars scissors (blunt)
8.  One pack of EXPO black dry erase markers (4 count - thick point)
9.  Four spiral notebooks (wide-ruled)
10. Earbuds or headphones
11. Two boxes of Kleenex
12. One large (30 ml) bottle of hand sanitizer – no small individual bottles, please
13. Two containers of Clorox wipes
14. $8.00 for class t-shirt
15.  A change of clothing, including socks and underwear (Put child’s name on items and place in a large Ziploc bag.)
 

Teachers’ wish lists include:  post-its, highlighters, folders, Ziploc bags, Lysol spray, index cards
 


 
First Day of School!
School starts Monday, August 15th!  Here are a few reminders to help you out!
  • School starts at 7:45
  • Every child is served breakfast every day in the classroom.
  • A lot of paperwork will be coming home with your child or it was given to you at open house.  Please make sure you take the time to fill these out and return them to school.
  • If your child is a car rider, make sure you have registered for a car rider number in the office.
  • Make sure you have notified your child's teacher of how they will be transported to and from school.
  • Make sure you have informed your child's teacher and the nurse of any allergies your child may have.  Please acquire a doctor's note stating this as well for the school records.
  • School dismisses at 2:55.
  • If you are picking your child up, please remain in your car and be patient as we get the children accustomed to the dismissal routine.  If you park and pick your child up, you will have to wait until the car rider line is empty and the children have been escorted to the main office at 3:15.
Teacher of the Year and Staff Support Person of the Year
EPS would like to congratulate our 2016-2017 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Amy Thompson and our 2016-2017 Staff Support Person of the Year, Ms. Angel Darby-Frazier.   
Pre-K Registration for the 2016-2017 School Year
It's Round-Up Time!

Edisto Primary has begun registration for 4 Year Old Child Development and 5 Year Old Kindergarten.  Students must be 4 or 5 on or before September 1, 2016 to register.  Parents are to register their children at the school for which they are zoned.   You can register at EPS between the hours of 8:30am and 2:30 pm.   

Required Documents for Registration:
2 Separate Proofs of Resdiency (phone bill, light bill, cable bill, etc)
Social Security Card
Birth Certificate
Immunization Card
Medicaid Card (if applicable)
Yearbooks for Sale
Yearbooks have been passed out to those students who pre ordered one.  We do have a few extras that are being sold on a first come first serve basis.   They are $20 and can be paid for in the media center. 

 
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