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Feb. 7~Late-In~9:05 Arrival Time
Feb. 8~Progres Reports Go Home
Feb. 8~Athletic Banquet~6PM Auditorium
Feb. 12~SIC and PTSA Meeting~6PM Auditorium
Feb. 13~Girls' Basketball Game~6PM
Feb. 16~District Staff Development~Schools Closed
Feb. 19~President's Day~Schools & Offices Closed
Feb. 20~Black History Month Student Movie Night~5:30PM
Feb. 21~Late-In~9:05 Arrival Time
Feb. 26~2nd Qtr. Awards Celebration
Feb. 26~Title I Social Studies & ELA Night
Feb. 27~Black History Month Program
BCSD TO EXPAND “CLEAR BAG OR NO BAG” ENTRY PROCEDURE TO ALL WINTER VARSITY SPORTING EVENTS
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Welcome to Cross High School!
A student's middle and high school experiences serve as the foundations of the adult lives. These are the times when students learn who they are and where they fit into the world. Students will use these years as a time to explore opportunities and expand interests that will develop into life-long skills. Cross High School is the place where students’ natural abilities will be nurtured and supported to ensure their success after they leave our halls. We will work together with our parents, students, and community members to make this time in the lives of Cross High School students as fulfilling, exciting, and engaging, as possible. It is our desire that each and every student has a rewarding, positive, and successful experience here at the home of Trojan Pride, Cross High School.
~Senfronia L. Smith, Principal
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February is CTE Month, and we hope you will help us spread the word and promote our variety of programs.
Berkeley County School District Superintendent Dr. Eddie Ingram is conducting "Community Conversations" to offer an opportunity for the public to share thoughts on the future of BCSD.
The PSM Iron Horse Bottle Rocket Team, made up of 5th and 6th graders, swept the competition at the Storm the Citadel Competition this month.
Philip Simmons Middle, in partnership with the Philip Simmons Family, Foundation and Daniel Island Historical Society has provided all students at PSM with the opportunity to learn more about the school’s namesake, Mr. Philip Simmons.
As a small child, Lesley Creel knew she wanted to be a teacher, but it wasn’t until she reached college that her path became certain.
It was emotional. It was loud. It provided life-saving information, and it was timely.