School briefs for January 18th-24th

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Riverview accepting enrollment applications

Riverview Charter School is now accepting Kindergarten through 8th grade applications for the 2018-2019 school year. Open enrollment will run through January 31, 2018. Applications must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on January 31 to be considered part of open enrollment and included in any ensuing lottery. Applications received after this day and time will only be considered on a space available basis and in the order upon which they are received, with those students’ names being added to the end of the wait-list. Applications are available on the school’s website at www.RiverviewCharterSchool.org, at the school located at 81 Savannah Highway and at daycares and public facilities in Beaufort County. Anyone interested in learning more about Beaufort County’s first charter school can attend a Community Open House on Thursday, January 18 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Riverview Charter School, located at 81 Savannah Highway. This is a family friendly evening to come and learn all about the school and its programs. The event is free of charge and open to the public. For more information, call 843-379-0123.

SADD Club of BCHS winter projects

The Battery Creek High School SADD Club is participating in Souper Bowl of Caring, now through February 5. This is a nationwide program aiming to help feed the hungry.  

All types of soup — canned and dry mixes — are being collected and may be dropped off in the front office.  The goal is to collect more than 100 cans that will be donated to local food banks. 

The SADD Club is also collecting the front of holiday cards for recycling until March 1. In addition to Christmas cards, all other card fronts (birthday, Valentine’s Day, Easter, etc) can be recycled. Card fronts may be left in the front office for pickup or mailed to BCHS SADD Club, c/o BCHS, 1 Blue Dolphin Drive, Beaufort, SC  29906.

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