K-6th grade students start August 18
CD students start August 25
Fairfield County School District is committed to ensuring every student achieves success in academics and in all phases of life. Our educators are using Google for Education tools, but it is the teachers who make the difference in our classrooms. Many teachers have transformed their classrooms dramatically with the integration of Google Apps and Google Chromebooks. We are proud to work closely with Google to help personalize learning for all students in Fairfield County. Check out this video
spotlighting the innovative practices taking place in Fairfield County School District.
Geiger Elementary is a Palmetto Gold and Silver Award Winner!
Summer Reading Assignments
All students entering K- 12th grades have summer reading requirements. The summer reading project/reports are due by August 29, 2014 and will count as the student's first test grade in ELA.
Students entering Kindergarten and 1st grade, click here.
Use Quizlist to search for books by Reading Level.
Please remember to visit the Fairfield County Public Library this summer for your reading materials. Reading Counts tests may be taken at either the Ridgeway or Winnsboro branch.
Geiger's back to school Water Balloon Throw~2 balloons if you return your completed reading assignments by August 29, 2014. 1 balloon if you return your completed assignment between September 2 and September 5, 2014. Get an additional balloon for passing Reading Counts tests. Tests may be taken at the Fairfield County Public Library during the summer.
Click here for a list of Elementary School supplies
will continue wearing
school uniforms the 2014 –15 school year!
*Students will have free dress and spirit days throughout the year!!
- Khaki or black (bottoms), skirts, dresses, skorts, pants, capris, and shorts
- Yellow/hunter green polo style or button down shirts (Shirts must have a collar)
- Black or Brown Belts
- Neutral color tennis shoes
- Black, white, green, or yellow sweaters
“Teamwork makes the dream work” rings throughout the halls at Geiger Elementary