We have had several children coming to school sick recently whose symptoms indicated that they should have been kept home.  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.

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Today, 4/17/2014
High: 67 Low: 45
Partly sunny
7% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/18/2014
High: 66 Low: 50
Mostly cloudy
15% chance of precipitation.


From the Principal's Desk 

It is hard to believe that we are well into the last nine weeks of school and are approaching Spring Holidays! The year has certainly flown by, and so much has been accomplished. Our students are actively engaged in lessons that cover the skills necessary for them to be successful on the upcoming PASS test. Your continued support and encouragement in the next few weeks will also aid in the success of your child. Please continue to check homework, read with your child daily, and encourage your child to do his/her best work.

Please join me in welcoming Miss Shannon Griffin, as our new fifth grade teacher and Mrs. Kelly Wescott, as our new kindergarten teacher.   We are very happy to have them as part of our A.D.E. family!



Green Team Earth Week at ADE
(April 28-May 2)

Monday- Classrooms cut off one light all day

Tuesday- Wear a green team or Earth Day shirt (you can make one if you like)

Wednesday-Bring in your *Trash to Treasure projects

Thursday-Go Green Day-Who can wear the most green?

Friday- Can Goods Count-Prizes for class winners

*Trash to Treasure projects is anything you can make from recyclable materials.

Mrs. Boozer Receives Patriot Award!

Congratulations to our principal, Mrs. Sheree Boozer, on receiving the Patriot Award, which recognizes employers for employment policies and practices that are supportive of their employees' participation in the National Guard and Reserve.  The award was presented to her by Colonel Joseph T. Smoak in a ceremony at Alice Drive Elementary School on March 7.  All ESGR employer recognition awards originate from nominations by individual Reserve members.  Mrs. Boozer was nominated by Laura Fleenor, a former teacher at ADE who now lives and teaches in North Carolina after completing her basic training and deployment with the National Guard last year.  Thank you, Mrs. Boozer, for your unfailing support of our students and our staff!

Pictured left to right are Sheree Boozer, Laura Fleenor, and assistant principal Suzanna Foley.

Congratulations to Lisa Jackson on Becoming a National Board Certified Teacher!

We are so proud of the time, hard work, and dedication Mrs. Jackson has put into meeting the standards to become a nationally certified teacher!  Mrs. Jackson teaches 4th grade math, science, and social studies.  She currently serves at ADE as a Student Council advisor and as a teacher representative on the PTA board.  Read more...

Classroom Spotlight

Mrs. Hafner's 4th Grade

Students in Mrs. Hafner's class look forward to RAZ time each week.  RAZ stands for Reading A-Z, and allows kids to listen to and read books online, read books in the classroom, and record themselves reading using headphones equipped with a microphone.  Take a look:


Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mrs. Tina Sorrells, our 2013-2014 ADE Teacher of the Year!

I am very honored to have been chosen to represent Alice Drive Elementary as Teacher of the Year this year.  I look forward to serving our school, and to encouraging our teachers and students as we embark on a year of change.  My prayer is that we will work hard and seek excellence in all that we do. 


Our School is Special!

 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. 


Wed, Mar 26 - Thu, Apr 17
Spring MAP Testing
Grades 2-5
Mon, Apr 7 - Wed, Apr 16
Student Council Paper Goods Drive
Collecting paper goods(paper towels, napkins, paper plates, etc.)
Thursday, April 17
Student Council Meeting
2:30-3:15 p.m.
Fri, Apr 18 - Fri, Apr 25
Spring Holidays
No School
Mon, Apr 28 - Fri, May 2
Earth Week
Tuesday, April 29
Wear a green team or Earth Day shirt

April 18-25  Spring Break (No School)

April 28-May 2  EarthWeek  


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