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  • carnival The Carnival to benefit Relay for Life will be Friday, April 28! It's a lot of fun and a great fundraiser. If you happen to have an appointment where you do have to leave early, you need to bring the note no later than 3:30, Tuesday, April 25. If you miss this deadline, your parent will need to come into the attendance office to sign you out. Click here for more details.


     

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  • Please review important graduation information here. Seniors, we want this momentous day to be special, be sure to check often for graduation information. 


     

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  • Seniors will soon be receiving an important mailing containing a form that requires documentation of all awarded scholarships. This completed form along with documentation for each award is due back to your guidance counselor NO LATER than Friday, April 28th. If the scholarship form and documentation are not received by the April 28th deadline, there will be no recognition of your scholarship for the Senior Academic Awards Ceremony nor Graduation. Here is a copy you may download if needed. 


     

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  • Prom tickets cannot be sold or transferred to another student. If you need to change the name of your existing guest to an ON-CAMPUS guest this must be done through Mrs. Demumbreum in Room 206 before or after school or between class changes with a signed permission form. Prom Court Nominations are in your D5 live inbox. Please vote by Thursday of this week. The physical location of prom is 100 Fluor Daniel Dr, Greenville, SC 29607 near Haywood Mall.
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  • Junior Leadership Spartanburg is now accepting applications for 2017-2018 school year for rising juniors. This program will teach student leaders about issues in the community, volunteerism and leadership skills.  Interested students should see Mrs. Roberson in guidance for an application.  Deadline is April 25, 2017.


     

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  • Students check your attendance!   Are you over your days? Recapture is this Saturday, April 15.  Sign up with Mrs. Johnson in the main office if you have not done so already.    Letters were sent home before spring break.  Your principal will not be notifying you this time. Please turn in any excuses you may have.  Don't wait until the last minute.   Check out the attendance website.  
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  • prom Check here for a list of Prom Court nominees!


     

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  • plant sale The Byrnes Greenhouse will start spring sales on April 10 through May 26. They tend to sell out fast so I wouldn't wait too late. Sales will be from 8 AM-4 PM weekdays. You can find more information here


     

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  • Summer School Summer School for rising 9th-rising 12th grade students will be held at Byrnes Freshman Academy from June 5-July 13, Mondays through Thursdays 8:00-3:00 each day. Transportation will be provided and there is no cost to students. There are 11 possible options for students: Art 1, PE 1, German 1, Spanish 1, AFJROTC, I B A/Google Apps, English 4, Biology 2 Zoo, Chemistry 1 Honors, Driver's Education, and APEX Credit Recovery. Actual courses offered will be based on enrollment; we hope many students take advantage of this opportunity! Interested students should sign up with their Guidance Counselor during their I G P meeting.


     

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  • act sat workshops How will you prepare for upcoming college entrance tests? Join us for one or more of the test-prep workshops listed hereThese workshops are open to all Byrnes High School students. Sign up using the QR code. Must be logged in to your school D5live account to access the form. Please see your Guidance Counselor for more information. 


     

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  • sweatshirt New Byrnes sweatshirts are available in Small- X-Large.   $20 each.  Available in Room 212 or at the front desk at BHS.  Click on the thumbnail for a larger picture. 


     

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  • SAT ACT practice Free SAT/ACT  practice in Schoology. Click on the picture for more info. Visit the Media Center and see Mrs. Hill or Mrs. Gregory for help signing up!


     

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  • peachjar Parents and students, sign-up for peachjar and get an email when special flyers are posted. You can even schedule how often you receive the email. The peachjar link is seen on the upper right hand corner of any district web page, 


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     Student Council collects reward points for My Coke Rewards. This program provides financial donations for schools who collect points from the participating brands. The Council is asking anyone who drinks Coke or other participating brand products to bring in the caps or codes located on the packaging. This is not a fundraiser for the Student Council but rather a project to benefit all of Byrnes High School. Visitors may drop off the rewards in the front lobby and students may give them to their teacher.  

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  • Please help support James F. Byrnes H.S. by using your grocery store cards each time you shop at any of the following stores. Register your Bi-Lo bonus Card on the Bi-Lo Hometown Educational site (Byrnes' code is 54707). Publix Partner Cards may be picked up in our front lobby desk. Please link your Ingles Advantage Card to James. F. Byrnes High School School Code 30903. The money we earn will go towards student incentives. Thank you for your support!!

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  • *The Rebel Success Center will start offering help for Math and Science on both Mondays and Wednesday at 3:45 in the Media Center. English and Social Studies will still be offered on Mondays. Help begins on August 29. 

     
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  • Students, parents, and teachers: We have a Teacher of the Week incentive program at Byrnes. Nominate a teacher or co-worker for the honor by filling out this short form and help them be rewarded for doing a great job!


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    Discrimination of all persons is prohibited with regard to employment and any other program or activity on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, age, color, immigrant status, English speaking status or disabling condition in District Five Schools of Spartanburg County as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments Act of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended.Section 504 Coordinator, Cathy Boshamer; Title IX Coordinator, Dr. Scott Turner.
     

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