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Free Little Library
Free Little Library
Take a book.
Share a book.
Visit our Free Little Library.
Greenville Drive Reading All Stars
Greenville Drive Reading All Stars
Reading All Stars begins February 3, 2020 and ends March 6, 2020. Kindergarten through 5th grade students will read 5 books during this time period
Sixth grade students will read 500 pages during this time period. Get busy reading World Changers!
YMCA After School Program
YMCA After School Program
The YMCA After School Program serves the following elementary schools in Anderson School Districts 3,4,& 5: Flat Rock, Varennes, LaFrance, Calhoun, Centerville, Concord, McLees, Midway, Nevitt Forest, New Prospect, Starr, Whitehall, Townville, Mt. Lebanon, Homeland Park, West Market, South Fant, North Pointe and Pendleton. Register at our Membership Services desk.

The program operates from school dismissal until 6pm Monday-Friday, and is located at the school so there is no need to worry about transportation for your student. We also offer on site care for early release days at no extra charge.

The Young Men’s Christian Association, Inc. After School Program participates with the Child and Adult Food Care Program, (CACFP). This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.

Our daily activities include:

Daily devotion
Homework time
Healthy snack
Group activities
Free play
A wide range of other activities
We maintain a 12:1 ratio, and all of our staff is certified in CPR, First Aid, Blood Borne Pathogens, Child Abuse Prevention, and have completed the 26 hour SC Health and Safety Pre-service Course.

Registration must be done at Membership Services, and begins Monday, July 8th.

Late Registration Week: Monday, August 12th – Sunday, August 18th with a $10 fee added.

Price is a weekly rate of $59 per child with a one time materials fee of $25. Discounted rates are available for active or retired Military ($47.20) and School District Employees ($41.30-ID required to receive discount). Scholarship assistance is available for those who qualify.
Thank you, Duke Energy!
Thank you, Duke Energy!
Duke Energy presented PES with a $700 check. We appreciate their generous donation.

Principal's Message

over 3 years ago

On behalf of all of the teachers and staff at Pendleton Elementary School, we welcome you and your child to a new school year. PES is a school with a strong sense of community. As a learning community, we share a common mission in “Preparing Every Student for Academic Achievement.”

As we begin a new year, we want to emphasize that student achievement is the focus of our instructional team. As a parent, you are a key member of that team. Our staff is dedicated to the belief that each child will be provided opportunities to reach their full academic and social potential. In support of that belief, our staff is committed to do the following:

  • Have high expectations for all of our learners.
  • Provide motivation for the learning process.
  •  Arrange opportunities for all learners to be successful.
  •  Provide a caring and positive class atmosphere for all students.
  • Implement a rigorous core curriculum that includes the Grade Level Standards.
  • Strive to be aware of the individual needs of your child.
  • Communicate with you regularly regarding your child’s progress.

We rely on your support in all areas of the learning process in order for your child to truly excel. We need the dedication of our parents to do the following:

  • Have high expectations for your child.
  • Provide a quiet place for your child to study.
  • Encourage your child to complete his/her homework.
  • Make sure your child gets an adequate night's sleep.
  • See that your child arrives at school on time every day.
  • Spend time each day reading with your child.
  • Attend School Nights and Parent Conferences.
  • Encourage your child to be positive in his or her learning.

Together we can do a great job of preparing our students for future success as productive citizens able to meet the challenges they encounter. We are looking forward to the new year with great enthusiasm, refreshed energy, and high expectations. Let us celebrate previous success and strive to continue as a community of learners so that our children flourish.

Pendleton Elementary School Information

over 3 years ago


Our Mission Statement

Our purpose is to provide a learning environment that prepares all students for college, careers, and a successful life in a global society.

School Facts

School Mascot: Bulldog 

School Colors: Black and Gold 

Bulldogs use GROWL:




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Sub Training
Sub Training
Sub Training will be on March 2nd and 5th.