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CALHOUN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF TRUSTEES

PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE 2022-2023 BUDGET

and

SPECIAL CALLED BOARD MEETING

The Calhoun County School District Board of Trustees will hold a
Public Hearing for the 2022–2023 budget at 6:00 PM on Thursday,
June 23, 2022, at the District Office.

The Board will also hold a Special Called Board Meeting at 6:30 P.M.

The public is cordially invited to attend.


 Calhoun County Public Schools

Special Call School Board Meeting

**Masks are Required | Social Distancing Enforced**

(Opened to the public ; will be broadcast live)

Thursday June 23, 2022 at 6:30 P.M. at District Office

 


 

 

Calhoun County Public Schools will be sponsoring Summer Enrichment from June 6th to June 29th.

The schools have sent out applications for your child to participate.  Transportation and meals will be provided. 

 


 

Summer hours

The District Office and School will be open during the week Monday-Thursday for the Summer.

We will be closed on Fridays.

 


 

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!

Congratulations to the Top Ten Graduates!

CCHS Top Ten


 

  

 

Partners with Voorhees

 


 

 

Calhoun County Public Schools Unity Day.


 

Parent Survey Image

Parents of 6-12th graders. Please fill out the following survey to help us further our Career and Technical Education Programs in our District. 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YJVJCQZ


We Are Hiring! 


Gifted and Talented Information


 

 I NEED INTERNET

Utilizing the internet for educational use is a high priority.  The South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff (ORS) has asked for our assistance in determining which students and staff live in households without adequate high-speed internet, whether it is because of service providers’ unwillingness to provide it to the home, the cost, or the lack of cell coverage.  ORS has created the “I Need Internet” survey to gather this information. 

Please click the link below to complete the “I Need Internet” survey.

Survey link: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/a79de0eacc1f48098d03f1a33a707670

 Pre-K Registration 22-23 


Infographic for COVID-19 Reporting Form

COVID-19 Reporting Form 

 (Click on the link above to access the form)

 


Department of Technology

 Technology Support

(Please click the above link to access Videos, Documentation, and Hotspot Survey) 


 Info Graphic District Contact List

Calhoun County Public School District's Administrative Contact List 

(Click on the link above to access the list)


 Updated Covid Isolation and Quarantine Guidelines as of January 2022.


 Calhoun County Public Schools COVID 19 Dashboard

(Please click the picture below)

 


Congratulations Dr. Bala!

Calhoun County Public School Teacher of the Year 21-22!

 District Teacher of the YearMr. Bala District Teacher of the Year


Graduation Alliance in EnglishGraduation Alliance in Spanish 


Return to In Person Plan

Download To See Full Report 


Calhoun County Public Schools

Special Call School Board Meeting

**Masks are Required | Social Distancing Enforced**

(Opened to the public ; will be broadcast live)

Thursday June 23, 2022 at 6:30 P.M. at District Office

 

 


Department of Technology

 Technology Support

(Please click link)

Parents, students, and staff, please use the link above if you are having problems with your device provided by the district.


 COVID-19 Infographic

 

The Coronavirus Explained & What You Should Do

(click picture for more information)

   


 

(Click picture for more information) 


   

Dr. Ferlondo J. Tullock

 

 

The mission of Calhoun County Public Schools continues to be to empower our students to compete and succeed in an ever-changing global society. During our times away from school buildings, our students and staff showed great resilience while adjusting to the structures associated with virtual teaching and learning. The 2021-22 school year welcomed us all back to face-to-face instruction and the new challenge of recovering from learning loss. The continuation of this learning modality should help our students progress towards academic proficiency. Enrichment periods in grades 3K-12 along with afterschool programs are in place to aid students in progressing to proficient levels of academic achievement.

Calhoun County Public Schools boasts a diverse offering of programs to meet student needs. From academic to social-emotional to athletic and fine arts programs, we aim to provide each student with what he or she needs to experience personal growth. Special Education programs, gifted and talented courses, Career and Technology, the Honors Academy, Orangeburg/Calhoun Technical College courses, and Associates Degree programs are a few of the academic support and programs that are available to our students. I am excited about many partnerships with local and state entities that provide a variety of resources for our students and staff. To name a few: Calhoun County First Steps, Calhoun County Library, Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, St. Matthews Police Department, Calhoun County Mental Health and Department of Social Services, and the variety of counseling agencies that provide services to students, families, and staff, and the many parent and business partners who provide support directly to the schools and classrooms.

As we fulfill the end of the 21-22 school year and embark upon the 22-23 school term, I am appreciative of the efforts made by our students and staff to resume our progression towards proficiency and I expect that staff will continue to analyze student performance data to create meaningful and engaging lessons for all students. Equally, I am proud of the strides that we have made as students, staff, and stakeholders to overcome the obstacle created by COVID-19.  I welcome and appreciate your engagement in the process of educating every child.

 

Dr. Ferlondo J. Tullock

Superintendent 

 

 

District Core Values

  • Accountability
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Commitment 
  • Achievement

 

District Mission

The mission of Calhoun County Public Schools is to empower all students to compete and succeed in an ever-changing global society.

 

District Vision

Our vision is to be the premier, competitive school district recognized globally for embracing the needs of each student.

 

 

ATTENTION

CHILD FIND NOTICE

Calhoun County Public Schools is seeking children, ages 3 to 21, who may have a suspected disability and who do not receive special services as part of Child Find.  For more information, please contact Julie Black, Special Services in the Calhoun County Office of Exceptional Services at (803) 655-2608, email: jblack@ccpsonline.net.

 

 

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