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  • Return to 5 Days of Instruction - Letter from the Principal 11/18/2020
    The Trial Day for Nov 24, 2020 will no longer occur. It will remain a Hybrid day for B Group students.

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  • Yearbook 2020 Senior Ads for the 2021 Byrnes High School yearbook are now being accepted through the Herff-Jones website. Parents can go to the Herff-Jones yearbookordercenter.com website. On this site, parents and friends can create senior ads for their special graduates. Nothing needs to be sent to the school this year. Everything is done online. Parents can choose the font and color for the student's name, choose the layout of the ad, and then upload the message and pictures to complete the ad. Payments will also be made online.
    Yearbooks can be ordered through this site as well.
    Yearbook ads are due Nov. 30. Yearbook sales will be open until March 30, 2021.
    Questions can be sent to kim.kotecha@spart5.net.
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  • The James F Byrnes winter guard program will be holding auditions December 1st-3rd. Auditions will be held in the high school band room from 4:00-6:00 pm each day. All are welcome and no experience is required. Bring a friend and a great attitude! For any questions contact Associate Band Director Tom Padgett at tom.padgett@spart5.net or go to ByrnesBand.org  

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  • Real Rebels Read The Real Rebels Read 2020-2021 competition has begun! Count books you've read since the beginning of the year, including those for English class! Complete the form here for each book you read for a chance to win a Kindle Fire or Barnes & Noble gift card! Each nine weeks the reader who submits the most entries will win free books. Email your librarians
    karen.hill@spart5.net and sheila.roberts@spart5.net with questions.

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  • Hey Seniors! Need your transcript sent to universities/colleges, well go to the Byrnes Guidance Webpage and click on the link that says Current Senior Transcript Request to have them sent to your college of choice. 

    Also, there is a link on the Byrnes Guidance Webpage that says Senior Information Form (Used for Recommendations). This link is for those seniors who require recommendation letters from their counselors for colleges or scholarships. 

    Senior Information Form

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  • District 5 transportation will provide bus transportation from Byrnes High School to SCC / USC Upstate five days a week starting Monday 8/17. All students should plan to be at the bus loading area no later than 8:00 am. The bus will depart from the loading area no later than 8:05. All Upstate students will be dropped back off at the bus loading area. All SCC students will be dropped off in the front drive of Byrnes High School. 

    If you have any further questions please contact District 5 transportation department at 864-949-2361.

     

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  • ***IMPORTANT***
    The 2020-2021 dress code has had a modification. We are notifying you now of the change so you have time over the summer to ensure your child has appropriate clothing items for the school setting and meeting the new dress code expectation. All clothing should extend beyond the mid-thigh when the shoulders are relaxed. Clothing is not limited to but may include the following: shorts, skirts, dresses, holes in jeans, and tops for form-fitting pants/shorts/leggings. Please refer to the handbook for school expectations about other dress code expectations and discipline. We hope the communication before the school year will help families as they purchase clothing over the summer.

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  • Revised Literacy Plan for BHS

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  • Practice Graphic Students, Free practice is available for exams such as ACT, SAT, AP, ASVAB, and more in the free database Learning Express Library. Access for free through MackinVIA in Schoology. Did we mention it's FREE?! Come by the library and ask Mrs. Hill or Mrs. Gregory for help! (Click the graphic for additional info)

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  • mycokerewards.com

     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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  • MackinVia eBooks Find hundreds of ebooks and dozens of databases in MackinVIA through the app center in Schoology. Visit the library to find out how to explore these valuable online resources. Download the free app to take Mackin resources with you everywhere!
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