School briefs

• Friday, Oct. 28, All 6th and 7th graders at Riverview Charter School going out for basketball must turn in their student physicals to Coach VanHorn. Also, students at Riverview can sport their red ribbons for Drug Awareness Week. Don’t forget, students can dress out of uniform on Uniform Free Friday and BoxTop Collection day by bringing $5. Also proceeds go to the BoxTops fundraiser.
• Friday, Oct. 28, Lots going on at Beaufort Academy: The SADD Club will be hosting a Pancake Breakfast from 7-8:30 a.m.; representative from Eckerd College will be on campus at 3 p.m. in the Learning Center; and the Fall Festival.
• Monday-Friday, Oct. 31-Nov.4, Riverview Charter School and Mossy Oaks School have Fall Break.
• Monday-Friday, Oct. 31-Nov.4, Tidewatch Fall Break Camp for Riverview students from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
• Tuesday, Nov. 1, Beaufort Academy Community Awards are due.

PBIS Student Advisory Board at Lady’s Island Elementary
Lady’s Island Elementary students are being taught how to behave appropriately and are rewarded for their appropriate behavior through the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). The PBIS Student Advisory Board was formed and comprises of a few third and fourth grade students. These students meet once a month to discuss school goals that will enhance Lady’s Island Elementary’s existing positive school environment. Assistant Principal Melissa Holland is the group advisor and members include Parker Elliott, Makayla Savoie, Zhane Morris, Mikela Townes, Nathan Murray, Bernard Holmes and Alexus Simmons.

Bookworm success at Beaufort Elementary
Beaufort Elementary School celebrated Books, Blankets and Boo Day on Thursday, October 20, during which guest readers dressed up in costumes and visited the classrooms to share stories with the students. This is an event sponsored by the BES Learning Commons to promote school-wide reading. Also this month, Beaufort Elementary raised $4,372 during its annual Book Fair.

School briefs are compiled by Tess Malijenovsky. To have your school events published, email schoolnews@beaufortislandnews.com.

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