District News

  • Dana Sanders receives CCSD Distinguished Service Award

    Charleston County School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce that Dana Sanders earned the CCSD Distinguished Service Award (DSA).

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  • CCSD’s School Choice application window launches January 26

    CCSD will open its School Choice application process for the 2021-2022 school year on January 26, 2021, at 12:00 p.m. The window will close on February 26, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. Each school-aged child in Charleston County is assigned to a neighborhood school based on grade level and home address. In addition to neighborhood schools, CCSD offers specialized programs, magnets, and charter schools to which students can apply.

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  • COVID-19 Email Notification (Elementary Schools)

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  • Rigamajig® comes to North Charleston Elementary

    North Charleston Elementary School (NCES) encourages students to explore and pursue their interests in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills in fun and engaging ways. The school recently received a new Rigamajig®, granted through a partnership between The CarMax Foundation and KABOOM!, to provide a fun, play-based learning experience focused on building 21st-century skills.

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  • Scott awarded CCSD Distinguished Service Award

    Charleston County School District (CCSD) is pleased to announce that William “Jeff” Scott has been awarded the CCSD Distinguished Service Award (DSA).

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  • CCSD extends suspension of athletic competition through January 17

    CCSD announced today that all winter sports games and competitions will remain suspended through Sunday, January 17, 2021, as a precaution against the further spread of COVID-19.

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  • Deer Park teacher awarded grant from Kappa Delta Pi

    Marsha Neal, a sixth-grade teacher at Deer Park Middle School, has been awarded a $150 classroom teacher grant from Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education.

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  • Camp Road teacher recognized for her work educating students about WWII

    Melissa Yarborough, a seventh-grade Social Studies teacher at Camp Road Middle School, was highlighted by Centropa in a monthly newsletter for her work to educate her students about what life was like for Jewish civilians in Europe before and during World War II. Centropa is an organization committed to preserving Jewish heritage and helping others learn about their history.

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  • School meals will continue to be served at no cost to students through June 2021 

    As a reminder, the United States Department of Agriculture gave school districts the flexibility to ensure meal options for students continue to be available at no cost to all students, so children can access meals under all circumstances. School breakfast and lunch meals in Charleston County School District will continue to be available to all students at no cost through June of 2021.

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  • COVID-19 Updates

    Students and staff will resume classes on Monday, January 4 following Winter Break. Our hope is that your families were safe during the holidays, and we will do our best to keep schools, students, and staff safe as we return.

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