Empowered Learning Pathways

  • Our purpose is to provide personal pathways that meet the needs of every child. We are taking the leap to ensure that each student has the ability to access the curriculum in their own way, every day.

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  • Traditional

    Participate in face to face instruction and classroom-based learning activities

    • Fixed Schedule
    • Face to Face
    • Classroom Setting
    • Hands-On Problem Solving

    Available to students in all grade levels

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  • Blended Distance (online option)

    Incorporate online learning platforms with live stream learning experiences and live stream direct instruction

    • Odysseyware & Edgenuity Software (more info)
    • Live Virtual Meets
    • Connectivity Required
    • Online Interactions with Peers & Teachers

    Available to students in all grade levels

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  • Virtual (online option)

    Participate in pre-made online courses for high school credit with certified instructional support

    • VirtualSC
    • BCVLP
    • Connectivity Required
    • Self Directed

    Available to eligible students in grades 7-12

Recent Headlines

  • BCSD'S LEAP PROGRAM STARTS NEXT WEEK

    BCSD's LEAP days will be held Aug. 17-21. Schools have different plans in place for the week. The days are geared toward students in 4K through eighth grade; however, not every student may have been invited.

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  • Sept. 8 school start date approved

    The newly-revised and approved calendar has students returning to school (online and in-person) on September 8. The approved amendment to the calendar also makes November 25 a student/teacher holiday; adds June 17 as a half-day for students and makes June 18 and 21 teacher workdays.

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  • Summer feeding program extended

    Hot meals will continued to be served from 10:30 a.m. until 12 p.m., Monday through Thursday. The summer feeding program was originally slated to end July 30.

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  • BCSD reopening plan among first in state to be approved

    The press release from the office of State Superintendent Molly Spearman described the Berkeley County plan and others as “high quality and innovative” while “keeping student and staff safety as their top priority.”

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