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From the Superintendent's Desk - December 18, 2014

Read this week's message to staff. Pictured: Moultrie Middle School Angel Tree Celebration and Toys for Tots Penny Drive. This year, 32 children (all Moultrie students and their siblings) received gifts from our Moultrie faculty, staff, and community. 

Moultrie Middle Gives Back
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December 2014 Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Frierson Elementary teacher Mattie Mitchell. She is our December 2014 Teacher of the Month!

Mattie Mitchell of Frierson Elementary
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Health Advisory Committee Members Needed

The Charleston County School District Board of Trustees seeks community representatives (1 Parent, 2 Clergy and 1 Community) to serve on the District’s Health Advisory Committee. Nominees must be able to attend meetings, and approved trainings, be interested in children’s health issues, and uphold the Comprehensive Health Education Act (CHEA).

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CCSD's Personalized Learning Gets a Makeover!

The Personalized Learning model in development at CCSD is being heralded at the national level, and promises to revolutionize the classroom by enabling each student to achieve at his or her absolute highest potential. CCSD celebrates this work, and we are proud to share the new logo for our Department of Personalized Learning!

Personalized Learning new logo
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Stall Harmony Choir on the Radio

The R.B. Stall High School Harmony Choir performed live on Y102.5 for the holidays! Pictured: Choir members with their instructor Mr. Joshua Radecke, Director of Voice and Choral Activities.

Stall Harmony Choir
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Liberty Hill Academy's Drama Club

Liberty Hill Academy drama students took a trip down the yellow brick road with their rendition of The Wizard of Oz. Special thanks to Mr. Jamaal Latson, our staff member who founded and directs the Liberty Hill Shadows Theater Drama Club!

Liberty Hill Shadows Theater Wizard of Oz production
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AMHS AP Spanish Class Performs Rey Leon (The Lion King)

The Academic Magnet AP Spanish class performed Rey Leon (The Lion King) in Spanish for young Hispanic children from neighboring elementary schools. This annual tradition is a very special experience for both the high school students and the children who come to see a play and enjoy lunch with the cast!

Rey Leon performance
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Learn More About CCSD's BRIDGE Pilot Work

Please visit the BRIDGE Portal to get the latest information on CCSD's framework for connecting the development, support, and recognition of effective principals, teachers, and staff in order to increase student achievement. Questions? Email




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