Office of Special Services
The vision of the Berkeley County Office of Special Services is to ensure positive outcomes for students through innovative instruction, a strength-based focus, and embracing individuality.
We make a difference--one student, one classroom, one school, and one family at a time.
In collaboration with general education, we will utilize a growth-mindset as we meet each opportunity and challenge for success. We will use communication as a tool for sharing ideas, posing questions for improvement, and problem-solving solutions for our student-centered outcomes. In this process, we will strive to be creative with new approaches in innovation and invention. We will encourage one another to link learning across disciplines and bring new ideas for solving problems.
In keeping with the district mission, we strive to empower all students for success.
Priority initiatives include:
- High quality specially designed instruction provided using standards-based instruction, personalized learning, and innovative programs.
- Positive outcomes for students aligned with the system of Results-Driven Accountability.
- Coordinated systems of support in all BCSD classrooms for academic and social/emotional.
We consider it a privilege to serve our children with disabilities to accomplish the vision and mission of the Berkeley County School District.
News & Info
The ceremony capped the inaugural year of the program that prepares students with intellectual and developmental disabilities for the workforce. In Berkeley County, it is the product of a partnership with BCSD, Berkeley County Government and Berkeley Citizens Inc.
BCSD announces embezzlement and settlement recoveries in excess of $2.2 million, plans to invest in special services for children
At the Tuesday, April 30 board meeting, Berkeley County School District announced recoveries in excess of $2.2 million in the wake of the largest public embezzlement in state history. In addition, BCSD also announced plans for some of the reclaimed funds.
If there is one thing everyone should know about Berkeley Middle School, it’s that students, teachers and administrators work hard on an environment that encourages inclusion and acceptance.
Students from Berkeley Middle School were among thousands in attendance at a Statehouse rally Tuesday. The goal – to end the “r word” and promote inclusion of students with disabilities in school and community activities.