We Are a Red Carpet School!

 Red Carpet Schools are recognized by the S. C. State Department of Education for creating a family-friendly school environment and providing excellent customer service.  Our faculty and staff strive to make our students and their families, as well as members of our community, feel welcome at our school!


ADE is a Palmetto Gold Award School!

ADE was recognized with the Palmetto Gold Award by the SC State Department of Education based on our 2009 standardized test results. 


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Today, 9/20/2014
High: 81 Low: 64
Mostly cloudy
17% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 9/21/2014
High: 85 Low: 65
Partly sunny
6% chance of precipitation.

From the Principal's Desk

On behalf of the hard-working and dedicated staff at Alice Drive Elementary, welcome back to school!  It has been a pleasure to see the children walking through the doors of ADE with smiling faces and an eagerness to learn.  We are off to a great start for the 2014 – 2015 school year and we are looking forward to working with your children over the next 9 months. We would like to extend a special thanks to our custodial staff for their hard work over the summer in getting our school ready for the students and staff. They do an excellent job throughout the year and are to be commended for their service.




Our school has partnered with Charleston Wrap for our major fundraising campaign this year. There are over 500 high quality items to choose from and every purchase you make earns much needed money for our school. All items purchased will ship directly to you and there is free shipping on all orders over $75.

First, register your student and a six digit code will be automatically generated for your student to earn prizes during our fundraising campaign. Then click on the “SHOP NOW” button that will take you to the “Choose how you would like to Assign Credit and Shop” section. If you wish to assign credit to your student, enter the six digit student code in to the ”Student & School Credit” section.

If you don’t want to assign credit to a particular student, simply enter your school’s four digit ID in the “School Credit Only” section and the school will earn credit from your purchases. You can even support the school year-round after the sale is over by simply using the four digit school ID. Our school’s/group’s four digit ID is:

Thank you for supporting our school!

Video of the Week

September 15 Is International Dot Day!

Our students celebrated International Dot Day, inspired by the book The Dot by Peter Reynolds.  We viewed the story on TumbleBooks, and created digital Dot Day art using Microsoft Paint in the Media Lab.  Here's a look at some of the pictures our 4th and 5th graders have created!        

Congratulations to Lisa Jackson, Our Teacher of the Year!

Do you recall taking a Career Interest Inventory in high school, answering a variety of questions about your likes, dislikes and temperament?  The survey then matched your answers to some  good career options.  I remember my results were: farmer, teacher and shepherd.  It's funny how those three are kind of related!  Yet that test simply confirmed what I already knew from a very young age:  I wanted to become a teacher.


Tue, Sep 9 - Tue, Sep 23
Fall Fundraiser
Monday, September 15
6:30 PTA Meeting

Parent Information Night
2nd and 3rd grades at 5:30
4th and 5th grades at 6:00 
Thursday, September 18
Chorus Practice
2:15-3:15 p.m.
Fourth Grade "My Community and Me"
Interims Issued

Please click here to view the ADE Strategic School Renewal Plan.


Please click here to view the State and Federal Parental Notification Requirements.

Please click on the food tray to view the notice for the
Community Eligibility Program for free school breakfast and lunch


Click to view the 2014-2015 School Supply List

New School Hours

First Bell: 7:30
Tardy Bell: 7:40
Dismissal: 2:15
Office Hours: 6:50-3:45

Our school building opens for students at 6:50 each morning.  Students may not be dropped off before 6:50 a.m. because there are no teachers on duty to ensure their safety.

Health Reminder for Parents:

A child who comes to school while infectious can spread germs to other students, teachers, and staff members.  If you are not sure whether your child needs to remain at home, please read the School Exclusions brochure created by the DHEC Bureau of Disease Control.  It outlines symptoms of illnesses that parents should watch for, and offers advice on what to do if you see these symptoms in your child.

Click to view the 2014-2015 District Calendar

Please contact Lori June with questions or comments about our website.