He will mentor and coach at Edmund A. Burns Elementary and other assigned schools within the district effective July 1.
Charleston County School District News
Lucy G. Beckham High School will become Charleston County School District’s first new high school in over 20 years when it opens for the 2020-21 school year.
There is a vacant position available on the Charleston County School District Board of Trustees for St. Andrews Constituent District No. 10.
In response to the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Charleston County School District issued a memo on behalf of its Security and Emergency Management on the day following the tragedy.
Parent University will host "Raising Successful Children in the 21st Century.”
Charleston County School District voting on three academic calendar options for the 2018-2019 school year closed Jan. 22.
21st Century Community Learning Centers, a federal grant initiative, recently identified five Charleston County School District schools as recipients of over $1.5 million in funding for afterschool enrichment programming options.
Fifteen Charleston County School District schools have been awarded grants from the Cooper River Bridge Run Fund.
Do you know a child that is very innovative and interested in building technology-based projects? If so, the upcoming Innovation Challenge is the competition to join.
Two elementary schools within the Charleston County School District have won Distinguished Arts Program grants from the South Carolina Department of Education.
The Charleston County School District realizes high school can be difficult, especially for students facing challenges, and has started a new group to help them.
The first group of students and staff at Charleston County School District’s Early College High School took part in a ribbon-cutting Thursday morning.
Coastal Community Foundation has named Nafisa Rahimberganova the winner of this year's Barkley Leadership Scholarship.
The 11th Annual Wando Gateway Engineering Camp for females entering high school started today.
Two close friends from Charleston County School of the Arts attended Palmetto Boys and Girls State recently, elected by different colleges for the honor.
The Charleston County School District has added six new leaders to positions within the district.
A baker’s dozen of new administrative leaders will be joining Charleston County School District for the upcoming 2017-18 school year, including several principals, a deputy superintendent and an attorney.
Four graduating seniors from two high schools in the Charleston County School District have won National Merit Scholarships -- Olive Gardner and Martyn Lemon from Academic Magnet School and Matthew Pitts and Justin Taylor from Wando.