2019-2020 School Year Information
October 1~Progress Reports Go Home
October 14~Family Tech Talk Night~6PM-8PM
October 23~End of 1st Qtr.
October 25~Teacher Workday/Inclement Weather Make-up 1/2 day
October 25~Homecoming~Scott's Branch Eagles~7:00PM
October 31~Report Cards Go Home
November 6-Wednesday Late in for HS only
Nov.8-Veterans Day Ceremony
Nov. 11-Academic Awards Program
Nov. 15-Renaissance Rally/Brigadier General Jenkins Visit
Nov. 19-Title 1 Community Meeting
November 21 Thursday Progress Reports
Nov. 26– CHS Alumni Career Fair
November 27-29 Wed-Fri Fall Break - (Schools & Offices Closed)
Parking passes are $10. Please print, fill out the Parking Pass Application, and bring it with you, along with the necessary documentation and signatures.
Instructional Calendar for the 2019-2020 school year can be found here.
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Last year, Cane Bay Elementary's Ridgeline Conger began writing books. After several trips to the library, he managed to get his books placed on a shelf for other students to read. Since, other students have begun to write books, and the student-author section of the library has grown to more than 40 titles.
At Philip Simmons Elementary, the kindergartners have come up with a project for the school that incorporates giving back during the Thanksgiving holiday, along with a well-known children’s book.
The BCSD administrative team is seeking input from the school community regarding the selection of the principal for Hanahan Elementary School.
On Saturday the students will gather across the street from Barnes & Noble at Mt. Pleasant Towne Centere to “can”-struct an exhibit resembling an iron gate and palmetto trees out of 6,000 cans that will later be donated to Lowcountry Food Bank.
Marrington Elementary and Marrington Middle School of the Arts are both located on Naval Weapons Station Joint Base Charleston. As you can imagine, Veterans Day is a big deal on each campus. At the elementary school, there was a parade. The middle school hosted several special performances planned by 7th-grade students.
Fourth graders at Westview Elementary recently completed a novel engineering challenge based on the book "Iggy Peck Architect." Students designed solutions for a bridge, shared ideas and navigated conflict!