Parent/Guardian Digital Resources

  • After School Programs

    The Extended Day Academy offers many diverse opportunities for your child to learn skills in mathematics, art, writing, music, technology, sports, and much more! The Extended Day Academy will provide a structured place to receive homework assistance, one on one tutoring, a snack, as well as supper.

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  • AR Home Connect Renaissance Place

    Renaissance Home Connect is a tool that connects the school and home to keep parents informed of their child's progress in Accelerated Reader.

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  • English Learners

    The purpose of ESOL is to provide language support and instruction to English learners. This takes place through small group sessions, monitoring academic performance, and providing support and training to classroom teachers.

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  • F1S Spring Testing Calendars

    F1S Elementary/Middle/High Spring Testing Schedules

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  • Free and Reduced Application - Online

    Florence School District One participates in the free and reduced program under the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program. Each household may apply for free and reduced price meals. Each household must reapply each school year to continue these benefits. You may reapply for these benefits during the school year if your income changes, household size changes or you become eligible for food stamps.

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  • Google Classroom - Guardian View

    Google Classroom is a web-based learning environment. When logged into Google Classroom, students can collaborate with their peers and teachers. Google Classroom offers a digital safe space for students to view class announcements, access posted course content, view posted assignments, and turn in completed work. Only authorized F1S users (students, teachers, and other designated staff members) can have access to an F1S Google Classroom. Google users outside the F1S network are not granted permission to any F1S Classroom.

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  • Jacob's Law Information Sheet

    Effective July 1, 2000, any entity transporting preprimary, primary, or secondary school students to or from school, school related activities, or child care, and utilizing a vehicle defined as a “school bus” under 49 U.S.C. Section 30125, as defined on April 5, 2000, must transport these students in a vehicle meeting federal school bus safety standards, as contained in 49 U.S.C. Section 30101, et seq., or any successor statutes, and all applicable federal regulations.

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  • Lunch PrePay

    You may pay for your child's lunch through our online prepayment site. A detailed printout of student's purchases is available upon request or can be viewed by logging in at the payment center.

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  • PowerSchool Parent Portal

    PowerSchool is the student information system used by all schools in South Carolina. PowerSchool is used for scheduling, taking attendance, storing grades, and more.

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  • Proof of Residency

    Before any student can register with Florence School District One for the 2016-2017 school year the student’s parent or legal guardian must provide proof of legal residence in Florence School District One.

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  • SC Sex Offenders Registry

    South Carolina has moved to a new sex offender management application called SORT. SORT is provided at no charge by the U.S. Department of Justice to the State of South Carolina. SORT is designed to make the sex offender registry process as efficient and effective as possible.

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  • School Lunch Menus

    Florence 1 Schools breakfast and lunch menus for Elementary, Middle and High Schools

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  • School Zone Lookup

    Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this service. However, there are possibilities where some discrepancies between mapping systems/geocoders may be found.

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  • Testing and Assessment

    Office of School Improvement - Testing and Assessment - Federal, State and Local Test Schedules and information

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  • Title 1 - Federal Programs

    This department oversees Title I, Title II, and Title III programmatically and financially. The mission of Federal Programs and the department is to ensure that federal education funds contribute to the goal of all students meeting or exceeding rigorous state standards.

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  • Want to Volunteer or Be A Chaperone?

    Volunteers are an essential part of our efforts to ensure academic achievement for every student in every school. By tutoring, assisting with activities or otherwise sharing unique talents and time, volunteers make a valuable contribution toward the success and well-being of our students. All volunteers must first complete an application and undergo a brief background check. You can complete all of this online.

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