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Our Path Forward - Phase in to 5 Days

Beginning Monday, September 28th, elementary and middle school students will shift to five-days of face-to-face instruction. Although we will transition to a regular schedule, District Six will continue to follow our Covid-19 safety protocols, including enhanced cleaning procedures, temperature checks, and masks during all transition periods and when social distancing is not possible. We look forward to our students returning to a five-day schedule next week. This scheduled transition applies only to students who currently attend face-to-face. District Six will continue to follow the guidance of health professionals and make any needed adjustments should they become necessary. As always, thank you for your continued support.

Parent Input Survey

Spartanburg School District Six needs your feedback regarding school safety measures and our goal to return to school five days a week. Please click on the link and give us your feedback, no later than Monday at noon. Thank you for your support!

Meal Options for Virtual/Hybrid Students

District Six is offering lunch options for hybrid students on the days students are not at school. We are also making meals available for virtual school students. Click this news story for ordering information and meal prices.


The South Carolina General Assembly has approved funding for five additional days before the start of the new school year for students in pre-kindergarten through 8th grade. All districts in the state of South Carolina will be inviting students to attend school prior to the start of school on August 17, 2020. These days now will allow teachers to prepare your child for returning to school and to assess where they are in order to best facilitate student learning when the school year begins.
These days will take place the week of August 3-7 and are identified as LEAP (Learn, Evaluate, Analyze, and Prepare) Days. Your child will be given the opportunity to attend school for one day during the LEAP week, from 9:00-12:30. Students will be divided into small groups for their day of attendance. LEAP days are optional and are not part of the regular school calendar, so students are encouraged, but not required to attend.
Students enrolling in the D6 Virtual Academy will receive information on a separate LEAP/orientation day for the week of August 10th.
If you register your child for a LEAP day, school administration will notify you of the day your child may attend. Guidelines will be followed to maintain social distancing, to the extent possible, and all safety precautions will be followed to help protect your child, faculty, and staff. Temperature checks will take place as students arrive to the school. Students will wear masks on the bus and during transition times. If a student does not have a mask, one will be provided. Students and teachers will wear masks in the building when social distancing cannot be maintained. Bus transportation will be available for students if needed, and each child will leave with a boxed lunch.
During the LEAP day, the teachers will focus on conducting the following activities:
Welcome Back Activities
School Safety Measures and Routines
Orientation Details for the New School Year
Orientation with Laptops or Chromebooks
Social and Emotional Lessons & Screenings
Reading and Math Screenings
Parents, if you would like for your child to attend school during one of the LEAP days, you may register him/her using the link below or by calling the school. Please make certain your child has already been registered for the 2020-21 school year through InfoSnap prior to signing your child up for a LEAP day. Deadline for registration: Monday, July 27th at 4:00 p.m.

If your child has experienced any of the symptoms or situations below, please do not send your child to his/her assigned LEAP day.
Fever, shortness of breath, loss of taste/smell, or new or worsening cough. Or, if your child has experienced two of the following: sore throat, body/muscle aches, chills, fatigue, headaches, congestion, runny nose, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting.
Has been in a household with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or has been in a household with anyone who has been quarantined for COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
We hope to see your child during the week of August 3rd!

D6 Offers Wi-Fi Access to Students

We know that some of our families are without internet access. As a way to assist parents and students during this time, District Six has created wi-fi hot spots in all of our school parking lots.
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