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posted Apr 16, 2018, 8:29 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Apr 16, 2018, 8:34 AM ]


posted Jul 13, 2016, 5:53 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Aug 6, 2017, 11:11 AM ]


posted Sep 1, 2015, 9:37 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Dec 14, 2017, 5:50 AM ]

What: PALS Workshop for Parents

(Promoting: Achievement, Learning, and Success)

Where: 116 (sign in at front office)

Who: YOU and your child!

When: 8:00 AM until approximately 9:15 AM

PALS is 4 mornings a month!

Tuesday: Burns, Farris, Eades, Reingardt, Steppe, Beasley, Lawson

Wednesday: Hampton, Johnson, McGee, Meredith, Miller, Sadler, Ulmer, Woods

Thursday: Tobias, Campbell, Green, Petrey, Steinhilper, Calvert, Caraway, Ellisor, Lord

Friday: Spanish-Speaking Families

If you cannot attend on your child’s designated day,
please choose the day that works best for your schedule.

Our parenting workshops focus on critical areas of social/emotional development, educational development and literacy development.

This year, we will use the book, How Children Succeed by Paul Tough to guide our study in social/emotional development.

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What is PALS? PALS is for ALL families.  We recognize that there is no one right way to parent and not all techniques work for all parents. There are, however, more effective ways to parent, and our goal is to provide parents with a range of tools and strategies that they can have at their disposal. PALS focuses on critical areas of social/emotional development, educational development and family development by one-on-one time with your child.

SPS PALS Schedule 

September 19-22

Overview of The ACE Study & Compassionate Schools / Introduction of How Children Succeed

October 24-27


November 14-17

How to Build Character

January 23-26

The Lesson of the Butterfly

February 20-23

How to Succeed

March 20-23

A Better Path

April 17-20

More on Resilience

June 1

PALS Picnic

21st Century Community Learning Center Application

posted Apr 27, 2015, 7:58 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Apr 27, 2015, 7:58 AM ]

Lexington School District 4 will notify parents of students attending Sandhills Primary School and other community members of our intent to apply for 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant funding.  The notice informs the public that copies of the final proposal will be made available for public review on the Sandhills Primary School and Lexington School District 4 website.

For more information on this grant:

2015-2016 Teacher of the Year

posted Mar 30, 2015, 10:17 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Apr 13, 2015, 8:30 AM ]

Congratulations to Amanda Sadler! Amanda is Sandhills Primary School's 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year!

From Amanda:

Hi! My name is Amanda Sadler. I graduated from Dutch Fork High School in 2001 and then went on to get my Bachelor's in Education at the University of South Carolina. During that time I married my high school sweetheart and now have 2 amazing children.

I have been teaching in the heart of Lexington 4 for the past eight years. I love this community and I feel inspired everyday. There are so many factors that go into my everyday teaching, but the heart of my teaching comes from the relationships I create with my students, their families, and my colleagues. Every day I feel like I'm a part of a team.  

I am honored to serve as Teacher of Year for 2015-2016 and am thankful to all those who have helped me through this journey.   

SHS Cheerleaders Read Dr. Seuss!

posted Mar 30, 2015, 10:11 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Mar 30, 2015, 10:11 AM ]

The SHS cheerleaders came to SPS and read some of their favorite Dr. Seuss books to our students!

SHS Cheerleaders Read Dr Seuss

Mr. Poppy Visits SPS!

posted Nov 24, 2014, 5:17 AM by SPS Web   [ updated Nov 24, 2014, 5:19 AM ]

Mr. Poppy from the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory visited SPS on Thursday and brought some amazing creatures for us to see! We learned about animals that live in our area, and we even got so see a real coyote! Thank you, Mr. Poppy!

Supply List 2014-2015

posted Jun 18, 2014, 4:31 AM by Ladonna Smith   [ updated Jun 18, 2014, 4:31 AM by SPS Web ]

This is a suggested list of supplies.  We appreciate your help in providing any of the items listed below for your child's classroom.  

***Due to safety issues and bus regulations, it is difficult to accommodate rolling book bags.  Per district policy, rolling book bags are not allowed.  Clear or mesh book bags are recommended for safety reasons.

2 Marble Composition Books
Pack of No. 2 Pencils
Colored Pencils
2 Bottles of Waterless Hand Sanitizer
2 Boxes of Tissues
Ziploc Gallon or Quart Size Bags
2 Containers of Clorox Wipes

Why Summer Reading Matters!

posted May 13, 2014, 9:33 AM by Ladonna Smith   [ updated May 13, 2014, 9:33 AM by SPS Web ]


· On average, children lose nearly three months of grade-level equivalency during the summer months each year

· This loss can be prevented by reading over the summer


 Books for Students

In order to encourage students to read over the summer, Lexington Four is pleased to be sending books home with all 1-4 grade students.  Students will receive books from May 21-22, 2014 for summer reading. These books are free to the students and are theirs to keep. Students will be allowed to select their books from a wide range of titles.

What Parents Can Do:

1. Encourage your child to read each day for 20 minutes. 20 minutes a day all summer long will not just prevent summer loss, but may increase students’ learning!

2. Create a space for reading free of distractions and inviting.

3. Talk with your child about what  he or she is reading.  Ask questions to deepen their comprehension.

4. Make reading a part of your family life: visit the library, read together, talk about books!

 For More Information

· 10 Facts About Summer Loss


· Book Giveaways Reduce Loss


· Keep Them Reading This Summer



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