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2015-2016 Kindergarten Registration Mar 02 2015

2015-2016 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration is Friday, March 13, 2015.


Jump Rope for Heart February  12 & 13 Jan 27 2015

Jump Rope for Heart February 12 & 13

On February 12th and 13th Anderson Mill Elementary school will participate in our annual Jump Rope For Heart event. Jump Rope For Heart is a community service learning program of the American Heart Association. It teachers our students: · The importance of developing heart-healthy habits; · That being physically active can be fun; · That raising funds to support cardiovascular research and education helps save lives in our community and across the county. Partner


Jan 27 2015

Student Council is Collecting Bags of Love

There are thousands of homebound seniors in our community living alone and dependent on community agencies for food, socialization and basic human contact. You can LIVE UNITED by remembering them this season. Get involved this Valentine's Day by assembling a Bag of Love which will be delivered to a Mobile Meals recipient in our community. Simply pick up a standard-sized gift bag and fill it with a few items such as: soap, toothbrush, tissues, cotton balls, lotion, books, cough drops


Flu Prevention Jan 05 2015

Flu Prevention

DHEC Flu Prevention Tips


ACT Aspire Results are Back Oct 30 2014

ACT Aspire Results are Back

ACT Aspire Results are being sent home to parents.


AMES Revs Up for Boosterthon! Oct 07 2014

AMES Revs Up for Boosterthon!

We’re excited to host the 9-day Boosterthon Fun Run as this year’s fundraiser. We will kick off the fun, healthy, and character-building program on October 29, 2014.


Mrs. Rachel Johnson recieves SCCSS Award Oct 06 2014

Mrs. Rachel Johnson recieves SCCSS Award

Congratulations to Fifth Grade Teacher Mrs. Rachel Johnson. Saturday, October 4, 2014, she was awarded the the SCCS Social Studies Palmetto Teacher of Excellence Award. We are so proud of Ms. Johnson!


Sep 19 2014

Tracy Moss visits AMES for Internet Safety

Our third, fourth and fifth grade students were able to hear from Detective Tracy Moss from Spartanburg County Sheriff's Department about internet safety. Our parents enjoyed a presentation and lunch from Detective Moss about ways to keep their child safe on the web.


Third Grade Students Use Legos to Learn About SC Regions Sep 12 2014

Third Grade Students Use Legos to Learn About SC Regions

Third grade students used Lego kits Wednesday to build a scene from one of the 6 regions of SC. The kids had so much fun! They had to pick one of the 6 regions they learned about and create a scene describing it using their Legos. They had to have at least 2-3 clues, then they shared their clues with the class, and guessed their region. The students can't wait to use the Legos more in the classroom!


AMES Carnival and Open House Sep 08 2014

AMES Carnival and Open House

Our Fall Carnival will be September 18 from 5:00-6:30. Come out and enjoy fun, food, and games. You can pre order your arm bands in advance.


Back To School 2014 Aug 20 2014

Back To School 2014

What a great start to the school year! Children and teachers are buzzing with excitement. We are thrilled our AMES children are here learning and growing!


Meet the Teacher Aug 11 2014

Meet the Teacher

Elementary and Middle school "Meet the Teacher" is scheduled for Thursday, August 14th from 8am-1pm.


Online Registration NOW OPEN Jul 08 2014

Online Registration NOW OPEN

District Six is now offering online student registration.


May 28 2014

Change in End of Year Schedule

Friday, May 30th is the last student day.


Anderson Mill Celebrates 100 Miles! May 19 2014

Anderson Mill Celebrates 100 Miles!

On May 14th Anderson Mill Elementary School held its first annual 100 Mile Club Breakfast of Champions. Students who ran 100 miles or more were awarded gold medals. Parents and business partners were also in attendance. Our speaker was Jerry Kimbrell, Dorman High School Cross country coach. Fifty-eight of our runners logged 100 miles or more. Five runners out of the Fifty-eight ran 200 or more miles. Our top runner was fifth grader Mandy Lam with 225 miles.