School Calendar

Tuesday, February 9
CFCS Board Meeting 5:00 - Library

Sunday, February 14
Valentine's Day

Monday, February 15
President's Day

Teacher Inservice/Snow Make Up (1)

Thursday, February 18
Q3 Progress Report

Thursday, February 25
Financial Aid Night 6:00

Mon, Mar 7 - Fri, Mar 11
MAP Testing - Grades 6-8

Tuesday, March 8
CFCS Board Meeting 5:00 - Library

Sunday, March 13
Daylight Saving Begins

Mon, Mar 14 - Fri, Mar 18
MAP Make Up Testing


Daily Announcements

Principal's News Flash
Principal's News Flash.docx
Congratulations to our grade level Spelling Bee winners: 
Sydney Ramsey, Hannah Lindley, Marquice Turman, Gracee Dixon, Dana Sanders and Cournassia Sanders 

Calhoun Falls Charter School will host their first spelling bee for middle schoolers on
Friday, February 12 at 9:00  in the library. 




Congratulations to Zertirreius Bell & Kamira Baker ~ CFCS January Students of the Month

Honor Roll - Second Nine Weeks - Congratulations Scholars!!
Honor Roll - Second Nine Weeks 2015-2016.doc

The Calhoun Falls Charter School Senior Beta Club recently sponsored a Kleenex drive.  The Kleenex collected will be used for Christmas goodie bags for Meals on Wheels recipients.  Students and instructors worked together to collect 323 boxes.  Senior Beta Club members Kinsley McMinn and Kaytlin Robertson are shown with Meals on Wheels driver, Willie Simmons. 


Tevin Richardson is presented with his State Championship ring by track coach Dewey Rowland.  Tevin placed 1st in the state in the 200m (21:78) and 400m (48:31).  Congratulations Tevin!

CF FFA receives the Tractor Supply Growing for Good Grant for $1430.  This grant will be used to start a community garden. 

  Now Enrolling
Grades 6-12
 
Enrollment forms are available in the Main Office and for immediate download under the Parent/Student tab.
For more information contact the Office Manager at 418-8014.

* Attendance Zone is State Wide
 

The South Carolina Public Charter School District and Calhoun Falls Charter School do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or immigrant status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle the nondiscrimination policies. For questions pertaining to Section 504 contact Lori Lindler, at 864-418-8014, ext. 23, and for questions pertaining to Title IX contact Deirdre McCullough, Principal, at 864-418-8014, ext. 22.