Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

Greenville County Schools now has students in-person 2 days per week. Check their website for the most recent updates. 

 To find the resources that are translated into Spanish, look for the "speech bubble" icon (       )

Greenville County Schools are providing free meals to pick up and mobile Wifi spots across the county.

Help your children understand how to live safely and be brave during our battle with the coronavirus. Educate them by reading this story book for kids by Clemson University Life Sciences Outreach Center, and approved by Prisma Health System.

Our teachers need just as much care and support as our students! Education Team Vice Chair, TJ Rumler, has started a Facebook group to help teachers with their self-care: Self Care for SC Educators. Connect below:

The Greenville County Library System has announced that parents and caregivers struggling with teaching their children while schools are closed because of COVID-19, can now utilize tutoring from libraries seven days a week. Students in grades K-12 can get help on a variety of subjects, ranging from math and science to SAT and ACT prep.

SCDSS is administering P-EBT, a one-time benefit to help supplement family food costs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and prolonged school closures. K-12 students who are enrolled in a free or reduced-price school meals program under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or are enrolled in a school that has opted to participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) are eligible to receive P-EBT.

P.O. Box 17934

Greenville, SC 29606


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