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  • 4K and K5 Pre-Screening

    Parents of rising 4K and K5 students, please be sure to contact the OPES office to schedule your child's pre-screen. July 24th: 5K Pre-screen date July 25th: 4K Pre-Screen date

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  • Residency Verification

    Please continue to bring your residency verification to the OPES office once you have completed the online registration. If you have any questions, please contact our PowerSchool Clerk, Mrs. Neiconi at (803) 980-2040.

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  • Back to School Night

    Join us for our Back to School Night on Thursday, August 16th. We will have Meet the Teacher from 5-6pm. At this time, families will be able to meet their teacher and see their classroom. From 6-7pm, we will begin our Food Truck and Fun. During this time, Old Pointe Families are invited to have fun with our staff. Chappell's Snack Shack food truck will be on site if you would like to purchase dinner for your family. Snocones will also be available for purchase. We hope to see you there!

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  • Students in 4th grade, please be reminded that your applications for PNN and Safety Patrol are due to the office by 2:00pm on Monday, May 21st. Please make sure that your parent has signed the application. PNN & Safety Patrol Application

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  • Fact Sheet for Parents

    In your child’s school
    Some cases of influenza (flu) have been reported from your child’s school. Flu is different from the common cold. It can cause fever, cough, sore throat, headache, muscle aches, and vomiting. Flu can be very serious and may even cause death in some people with chronic health conditions, young children, pregnant women, or elderly persons.
    How to prevent the flu?
    Use the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s “Take 3 Actions”
    1. Flu vaccination is the best way to prevent the flu. DHEC strongly recommends all South Carolina residents older than 6 months old get the flu vaccine as soon as possible to prevent the flu, unless they have a medical reason not to be vaccinated.
    2. Take everyday preventive actions. Avoid close contact with ill persons. Keep child home if they have a fever (100ºF or higher), until the fever has resolved without the use of medicines for a duration of 24 hours. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or upper sleeve when you cough or sneeze. Frequently, wash hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub. Clean and disinfect surfaces high touch areas frequently.
    3. Take influenza antiviral medicines, if prescribed.
    Quick Stats
    In the US every day, an estimated 55 million students and 7 million staff attend over 130,000 public and private schools. Implementing the CDC “Take 3 Actions” would aid in preventing influenza infection among one-fifth of the total US population (CDC, 2016).
    According to a recently published CDC study, flu vaccination reduced the risk of a flu-associated death by 65% among healthy children and 51% among children with high-risk medical conditions (CDC, 2017).
    More information is available at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and DHEC websites:


    School Flu Fact Sheet

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