Office of Human Resources
Midland's Superintendents' Agreement
"The school districts of Lexington, Richland, Calhoun, Fairfield, and Kershaw counties, and Ft. Stewart/Ft. Jackson schools have agreed that teachers under contract will be considered for release on April 15 and May 31 only if a suitable replacement can be found. All school districts of Lexington, Richland, Calhoun, Fairfield, and Kershaw counties and Ft. Stewart/Ft. Jackson schools have also agreed that no teacher can be interviewed or offered a contract if they are already under contract after May 31. Exceptions to this agreement include employees currently under contract that will received a promotion, i.e., teacher to administrator; administrative assistant to assistant principal; or assistant principal to principal; etc. In such cases the two superintendents of the affected districts will discuss such possibilities.
The Calhoun County School District is now accepting teaching applications for the 2020-2021 school year.
Mr. George Kiernan
Director of Human Resources
Mrs. Amy Williams
Human Resources Acct.
- CCPS Handbook 2022-23
- FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUESTS
- South Carolina Law Enforcement Sex Offender Registry
- Substitute Teacher Training 2022.pptx
- Teacher Salary Schedule 2022-23
- Title XI Coordinator Certificate of Completion Template
- Title XI Decision Maker
- Title IX Investigator Certificate of Completion
- Volunteer application
NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATION
Calhoun County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following people in the District have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy.
The Director of Human Resources, George Kiernan, should be contacted for all non-student and/or employment-related issues at 803-655-7310 or at P.O. Box 215, St. Matthews, SC 29135. Email: Gkiernan@ccpsonline.net
The Deputy Superintendent, Mr. Ferlondo Tullock, should be contacted for all student issues including those related to Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 at 803-655-2624, or at P.O. Box 215, St. Matthews, SC 29135. Inquiries concerning non-discrimination can also be made to the United States Department of Education's Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, Washington, DC.
All TITLE IX concerns are to be addressed to Mr. George Kiernan, TITLE IX Coordinator-Human Resources Director at 803-655-7310. TITLE IX forms are located under the document uploads. Email: Gkiernan@ccpsonline.net
TITLE IX Training Links:
Schedule of Fees for Public Records
South Carolina Freedom of Information Act (§ 30-4-30(B))
A reasonable fee not to exceed the actual cost will be charged for the search, retrieval, and, when appropriate, redaction, of records produced in response to a request for public records under the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”). Additionally, copies will be charged at a cost not to exceed the prevailing commercial rate for the producing of copies. In certain cases, particularly FOIA requests in which a large number of records or confidential information is requested, a deposit not exceeding 25% of the total estimated fee will be required prior to commencing the retrieval and production of records.
Reasonable efforts will be made to produce records at the lowest possible cost, and the following fee schedule will apply:
- Copying costs will be charged at a commercially reasonable rate of $0.10 per page, and, the fee for non-standard size documents, such as architectural plans or property plats, will be individually determined at the time of copying based on actual copying cost.
- Search, retrieval, and redaction costs of records will be charged at the prorated hourly salary of the lowest paid employee who, in the reasonable discretion of the custodian of the records, has the necessary skill and training to perform the search, retrieval, and, if appropriate, redaction. Records requests involving specialized, technical, or confidential information, or otherwise requiring redaction, will in many cases require an employee with a higher salary to perform the search, retrieval, and/or redaction. The fee rate, accordingly, will vary based on the nature of the records requested, depending on the necessary skill and training level necessary. Employee time will be billed based on 1/4 hour increments.
The fee schedule may vary from time to time as salaries and commercially reasonable copying costs change.
Fees will not be charged for examination and review of documents to determine if the documents are subject to disclosure. Additionally, copying costs will not be charged for copies of records that are transmitted in electronic format, although if requested records are not already in electronic format, fees will be charged for staff time required to transfer the documents to electronic format.
Human Resources Staff
Parents/Guardians have the right to question his/her child's teacher certification