Cherryvale is developing a school news program entitled CES News that is recorded live and available for streaming in the classroom. As the program develops, the goal is to create a news team that is […]READ MORE
Welcome to the Home of the Falcons!!
Due to freezing temperatures overnight and the potential for icy road conditions, Sumter School District will open on a two-hour delay for students and staff on Thursday, January 18.
Breakfast will not be served. Schools will open two hours later than their normal start times. Students who ride a school bus should report to their bus stops two hours later than usual. We remain mindful of the safety of our students and staff, and we will continue to monitor the weather conditions.
Students will attend school on the following days: January 19, February 19, and March 29.
School Board Recognition Month – January 2018!
We appreciate our School Board members.
Thank you, Ms. Linda V. Alston
Title I Information Available!
Our Title I plan is available for your review in the main office. Please contact Dr. Henrietta Green, principal, or Christal Ames, bookkeeper, as needed.
Welcome to Cherryvale Elementary School website, which provides information for parents and visitors to this site; highlights achievements by students and staff; and shares ongoing support updates for community and business partners. Through the efforts of so many people who love children and want to invest in their futures, Cherryvale is celebrating 50 golden years!
Cherryvale Elementary School is an Arts in Basic Curriculum (ABC) Site as recognized by the South Carolina Arts Commission and it is also a GREEN STEPS SCHOOL.
In Sumter County, Cherryvale Elementary is located directly across from Shaw Air Force Base and Third Army/ARCENT Base. The school serves approximately 400 students in grades pre-kindergarten through five. In addition, 60 staff members work diligently to meet educational needs.
Toward this end, students participate in learning activities—using individual, small group, and whole group instructional strategies. As children qualify for more supportive learning needs or as they require more accelerated learning, they also participate in differentiated activities. Students who require more support based on reading levels meet daily with a certified reading interventionist who provides assistance with language, reading, and writing skills. Students who require more in-depth support that requires smaller learning environments receive assistance special education services. In addition, those students who qualify for accelerated learning meet with a teacher who is endorsed in Gifted Education and offers Gifted and Talented Program services through Sumter School District QUEST Program.
Cherryvale students enjoy many activities that provide them with opportunities to showcase their exemplary achievements. Some students join the Safety Patrols and/or The Cherryvale Green Team, which combines the Recycling Club and the Environmental Club. Students also participate in local fine arts performances and state competitions, which include the annual Sumter County Tree Lighting Ceremony, Swan Lake Earth Day Celebration, Sumter School District Elementary Honors Choir, South Carolina Elementary Honors Choir, and South Carolina Regional Science Fair. As a result of school based membership in National Elementary Honors Society, nineteen students (34) are honorary members of this prestigious organization.
As students reach many milestones, teachers work diligently to secure grant funding to provide them with additional educational opportunities. During the last three years, teachers have received over $60,000.00 in grant funding.
As professionals and school representatives, teachers also excel. They represent Sumter School District and Cherryvale as Cherryvale Air Force Swamp Fox Teacher of the Year, Cherryvale Induction Teacher of the Year, Sumter School District Literacy Teacher of the Year, Cherryvale Teacher of the Year, and Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Educator—Elementary Division. These 2016-2018 teacher representatives are Cathy Perry, Chhasity Martin, Connie M. Brogdon, Steven Palmer, and Shirley “Nickie” Massey, respectively.
As always, teachers, staff, students and parents appreciate all the support community members and business partners provide. Listed below are outstanding leaders and partners and their areas of support:
In closing, welcome again to Cherryvale Elementary School website, which provides information about the school. Please feel free to visit the school and witness the exciting activities that occur on a daily basis!
Dr. Henrietta Green
The mission of Cherryvale Elementary is to ensure the highest quality education for all students, build character, and instill a desire for lifelong learning.
Visual and Performing Arts Mission Statement
The mission of Cherryvale Elementary School is to integrate the visual and performing arts (creative writing, dance, drama, media arts, music, and visual arts) in academic areas to prepare students for life-long learning.
The vision of Cherryvale Elementary School is to empower students to achieve through building family and community relationships.
Visual and Performing Arts Vision Statement
The vision of Cherryvale Elementary School is to become a model arts integrated school by providing a quality comprehensive arts education for all students.
Cherryvale received the following grants during the 2015-2016 school year and the number of grants is expected to increase during the 2016-2017 school year.
Congratulations to Lachovia Douglas for winning the 2017 Mayor’s Christmas Card Contest! In addition to winning an iPad, her artwork will be featured on the inside cover of the Mayor’s Christmas cards this year! Great […]READ MORE
The second grade classes performed for Sumter’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on December 1, 2017. The students performed “Just a Tiny Baby” and “There’s a Big Red Fella in the Chimney.”READ MORE
Connie Brogdon, a third grade teacher, is a the Sumter School District’s Distinguished Literacy Teacher for 2016-2017.READ MORE