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CCPS 21-22 Proposed Academic Calendar

 


Calendar Information 

2021-2022

 


 

Calhoun County Public Schools Board Meeting

Board Meeting Is Open To The Public

**Mask are Required | Social Distancing Enforced**

(Will not be broadcast live)

February 15, 2021 at 7:30 P.M.

 

 


 

Department of Technology

 Technology Support

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Calhoun County Public Schools Internet Hot Spot Application

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Coronavirus Information 

 

 

 COVID-19 Infographic

 

 

The Coronavirus Explained & What You Should Do

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 District Administration

Calhoun County High School Teachers

 Sandy Run K8 Teachers 

St. Matthews K8 Teachers

 Technology Support

  


 

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 4 Year Old (Pre-K) Registration 2021-2022

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Montessori Program Registration 2021-2022

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 Emergency Food Program

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 Dr. Steve A. Wilson

 

Calhoun County School District continues its focus on “Teaching and Learning”.  Our brand is to Empower students to Compete and Succeed in an ever-changing global society.  We encourage excellence from students as our teachers are dedicated to providing them with quality instruction and experiences.  Our students are given an array of opportunities to participate in Dual Credit and Associate Degree Opportunities (Orangeburg/Calhoun Technical College), career courses (Orangeburg/Calhoun Technology Center), Army JROTC, Teacher Cadet, clubs, athletics, science fairs, Montessori Instruction, STEM Initiatives, field trips and we continue to participate in the Gear-Up Grant that is currently providing our ninth graders with college enrichment activities for deciding the colleges of their choice.  We are proud of these experiences and other opportunities designed to enhance their learning process.

We are proud to be in the fifth year of our 1:1 chrome book initiative.  Each of our students in grades K-12 are now equipped with a digital device.  This has tremendously enhanced the classroom experience which has been quite a success.  Our teachers have the most up-to-date technology and are always involved in professional development (PD) designed to promote teaching strategies in their classrooms.  One day of each week, we allow early release for the instructional staff to engage in best practices as Professional Learning Communities (PLCs). 

As a school district, we are fortunate to have involved parents, concerned citizens, business partners and a supportive school board.  This school district has earned excellent ratings along with gold and silver awards.  Our dropout rate continues to be around 2% with a graduation rate at approximately 90%.  The school district has received unmodified financial audits each of the last ten years.  The school district has received full accreditation twice, once each five year period, over the last ten years.  We continue improving communication with our community by recently establishing the ombudsman position as a resource for stakeholders to give and receive feedback to and from the school district.  This has proven to be an excellent asset to the district. Finally, this district is housed by many excellent teachers, staff and administrators as is a testament to the aforementioned.

 

Dr. S.A. Wilson

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

  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 the Calhoun County Office of Exceptional Services at (803) 655-2625.

 

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