• BCSD eLearning Resources Click this link for eLearning Resources provided by BCSD.


    Information about AP exams:


    College Board’s plans to offer AP Exams virtually. This year’s AP Exams will not include questions from the final units of the course – units typically covered in March and April. In addition, the streamlined Exams will take no longer than an hour and will be doable on a mobile phone. By April 3, College Board will publish the full exam schedule including the specific free-response question types that will comprise each AP Exam. Keep in mind, the exams will be “open book.”

    Students will have access to free, live AP review lessons, delivered by AP teachers from across the country. These online classes are not dependent on current AP teachers continuing instruction; we know many AP teachers now face circumstances that could make instruction impossible or improbable. The classes will be available on-demand, so teachers and students can access them at any time.

    The most up to date information related to SAT and AP can be found on the following website (https://pages.collegeboard.org/collegeboard-covid-19-updates).



    If experiencing Chromebook issues, BCSD offers online support through the Student Technical Support link located within the student’s ClassLink page on the Chromebook.

    Students are able to conduct a live chat with BCSD Tech Support.   

    In the event that a student is unable to access Student Technical Support, feel free to contact one of the Media Specialists:  
    Melanie Dukes dukesm@bcsdschools.net                

    Lauren Bolchoz   bolchozl@bcsdschools.net



    To Our Customers,

    At Home Telecom, we are committed to keep all of you connected at all times throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Home Telecom will suspend disconnections for any residential or small business customer due to nonpayment of services for the next 60 days. Home Telecom will also waive any late fees incurred as a result of late payments caused by pandemic disruptions.

    Additionally, as part of the FCC Keep America Connected pledge, Home Telecom hotspots have always been open and free to the public and will remain open and free to anyone in the Lowcountry who needs to access them.

    Home Telecom will also be offering several Internet programs to support remote workers and e-learning for students.

    • Free Internet with WiFi will be available to NEW households in our service area with K-12 or college students during the national emergency. Visit HomeSC.com/Connect for more information and to sign-up.
    • Current Internet customers can upgrade their Internet speed to the next speed tier without a price increase for three months to assist homes requiring more bandwidth during this time. Current customers can visit HomeSC.com/Speed-Upgrade to request the discounted Internet speed upgrade.
    • As always, there are NO overage fees or usage caps associated with Home Telecom Internet plans.

    Our customers can rest assured knowing the Home Telecom resilient network is more than capable of handling the needs of people remotely working, as well as for students completing their coursework from home. Home Telecom is fully committed to keeping the communities we serve connected during this national emergency and long after.

    For the safety of Home Telecom technicians, if a site visit is required, you will be asked to answer a list of screening questions prior to a technician being able to enter your home.  Home Telecom urges our patrons to be honest and keep the welfare of our employees and those they come in contact with in mind.

    We thank you for your cooperation. Please continue to take recommended precautions to keep your family and loved ones safe during this time.

    Home Telecom Management Team