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  • Cobra dance and drama groups join for "The Nutcracker"

    Cane Bay High’s dance and drama companies waltzed across the stage in their edition of “The Nutcracker” on Dec. 19, putting on a performance that the dance and drama companies hope will kick off a new tradition of creating holiday pieces.

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  • Christmas at The Creek 2019

    Berkeley County School District’s schools each have their own traditions – some old, some new – that kick off the holidays for their school’s community. For Goose Creek High, it’s Christmas at The Creek.

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  • Westview Elementary creates living memorial after 2 weeks of learning about the Holocaust

    The two-week series of events and lessons at Westview Elementary was made possible by collaboration with the Charleston Jewish Federation’s REMEMBER Program for Holocaust Education and Genocide Awareness. The program is designed to educate and build community among all races, faiths and ethnicities in the Charleston area and inspire citizens to take a stand against all forms of hate, bias and anti-Semitism. As of 2019, the program has worked with approximately 30 schools in the Lowcountry and reached more than 5,000 students to teach the Holocaust in meaningful and innovative ways.

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  • 2019 'The Lion King' performance at H.E. Bonner Elementary

    The 5th-grade class of H.E. Bonner Elementary prepared all semester for the December performance of 'The Lion King.' These photos are from one of the performances held for their peers in other grade levels.

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  • 2019 Timberland High turkey delivery

    Since 2011, faculty and staff members at Timberland High have gathered, collected and delivered turkeys and sides to as many families in need as possible. This year, they served 120 families.

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  • 2019 Cane Bay Community Thanksgiving dinner giveaway

    With the support of students, staffulty and members of the community, more than 120 Thanksgiving meals were given to families in need at events hosted by Cane Bay Middle and Cane Bay High on Saturday.

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