Registration Info

  • Registration is open as of July 15, 2020 for families to share their intent to participate in traditional learning or one of the online learning opportunities.


    Students registering for the traditional learning model, understanding that BCSD cannot ensure social distancing in a public school or bus setting, will begin their school year on campus with the expectation that BCSD will operate in accordance with reasonable health and safety guidelines. In the event that local authorities close schools or initiate a stay-at-home order, these students will transition to blended distance/virtual learning. 

    Families choosing to register for blended distance learning or virtual learning will be required to participate in a parent and student orientation and will have access to support and services. 

    NOTE: Students registered for the upcoming school year have until July 29 to select their learning pathway. A separate link will be sent to students new to the district to select their option. Those who have not made a decision by July 29 will be enrolled into the blended distance online option by default.

Recent Headlines


    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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