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Early Childhood Students Start First Week of School!

Check out our Facebook album of our 3 and 4 year olds that started their first day of school this week. Pictured: James Simons Montessori student displayed how he correctly sorted his colors and shapes.

Kid with blocks
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St. John's High School Career Academy Reception

Students, parents, business partners, educators, and community members gathered new Hospitality and Tourism Career Academy at St. John’s High School. Mr. David Scott will lead the new program, a partnership with the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. Pictured: St. John's alumnus Michael Blake (The Sanctuary), Superintendent Postlewait, and Principal Dukes.

Mr. Blake, Gerrita, Principal Dukes
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CCSD's Personalized Learning

Our personalized learning department is being heralded at the national level, and promises to revolutionize the classroom by creating a student centered, competency based model with proven results in order to close the readiness gap for all students. Pictured: A recent Personalized Learning workshop and demonstration for our Spanish-speaking parents at Pinehurst Elementary!

Personalized Learning at Pinehurst
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Thank you to NCCAE Volunteer David Lemmon

Mr. David Lemmon is the "resident horticulturalist" at North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary and has transformed the entrance there as the school awaits its new building. Mr. Lemmon has spent the last two weeks prepping the NCCAE front grounds for the beginning of the school year. A special thank you to this dedicated and caring parent!

North Charleston Creative Arts Volunteer
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Challenger the Eagle Goes to School

Kindergartners at Harbor View were ecstatic to welcome Challenger, the American Bald Eagle, to Charleston. Not only did they get to see the eagle they read about last year, they got to see the bird fly around the gymnasium! Thank you to the American Eagle Foundation for making a special trip for our students.

Challenger the Eagle with students
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Mary Ford Students are College Bound!

We love this Facebook photo and post from Mary Ford Elementary School: "It's a great day for learning at Mary Ford Elementary School. Ask your child to recite the college bound creed that they say every morning. We want our scholars to know and believe that they can go to college!"

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Pre-Kindergarten Options at CCSD

There is still time to register for early childhood options for children ages 3 to 5 at CCSD! We offer both full-day and half-day programs at Mary Ford, Burns, Goodwin, Chicora, Lambs, North Charleston Elementary, Pepperhill, Stono Park, Charleston Progressive Academy, and Memminger. Please click here or call 843-937-6342 for more information.

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Learn More About CCSD's BRIDGE Pilot Work

Please visit the BRIDGE Portal to get the latest information on CCSD's framework for connecting the development, support, and recognition of effective principals, teachers, and staff in order to increase student achievement. Questions? Email BRIDGE@Charleston.k12.sc.us.

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