Principal's Message

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Welcome to Chapman Elementary School where Chapman leaders Love, Learn, Lead and Leave a Legacy.
W. H. Chapman is a Leader in Me School. The staff and students are learning, modeling and living the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. We believe it is imperative that our students learn what it means to be a leader and that these skills will help to ensure success in life.
We continue our in-depth focus on scientific-based strategies to enhance our daily instructional delivery in the classroom to ensure student success.
Our teachers are creatively integrating technology into the curriculum, and use real-world connections to allow students to become effective problem solvers and communicators.
The infusion of technology into a balanced curriculum enhances and enriches the academic program and gives students a vibrant 21st century learning environment. where they continue to become future leaders.
Chapman students are Learners Today Leading the Way!
Come see all of the exciting things happening at Chapman!
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Flu Shots provided by DHEC

Flu Shots provided by DHEC
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is working with our school district to provide flu vaccine at your child’s school this fall. The flu shot will be the only flu vaccine given in school clinics this year.
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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Notification of Rights

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) allows schools to release “directory information,” i.e., student’s name, address, photograph, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, diploma or certificate, awards received, and other similar information. Spartanburg School District 7 considers photographs to include digital images, including digital photographs and recordings related to school or district-sponsored events, activities, and special recognition, as “directory information.” In addition, federal laws require schools to provide military recruiters, upon request, with three directory information categories—names, addresses, and telephone listings—unless parents have advised the school that they do not want their student’s information disclosed. If for some reason you object to your child’s inclusion/identification in publicized school recognitions/events/activities, including on a school or district-maintained website/Facebook page/Twitter/other social media, or wish to opt out of the provision for contact information to the military, you must, within 15 days of registration, advise the principal in writing (annually) of the specific type of directory information to withhold. There would be no yearbook picture, no name or image used in school or district publications.
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Chapman PTO seling Dining Books

Chapman PTO seling Dining Books
Dining and Value Books on sale now $20 while supplies last

District 7 Crystal Apple Award

District 7 Crystal Apple Award
Our 2017-18 District 7 Crystal Apple Award recipient is Caroline Pruitt. Congratulations! The Crystal Apple Award is a meaningful tradition in D7 and an opportunity to applaud the work of our first-year teachers. Each has exhibited superior instructional skills and performed with distinction, based on SC standards. The Crystal Apple honorees are from the Early Learning Center, Kimberly Henerey; Chapman Elementary, Caroline Pruitt; Cleveland Academy of Leadership, Victoria Brewton; Houston Elementary, Peyton Allen; Mary H. Wright, Lindsey Singleton; E.P. Todd School, Hannah Bonetti; Carver Middle, James Anderson; McCracken Middle, Katherine Weaver, Spartanburg High; Katie Cockrell; Whitlock Flexible Learning Center, Dean Ousley. From this group of honorees one is named the District 7 Crystal Apple honoree, the best of the best

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