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Get highlights and information from the June 26, 2018 Board of Education meeting

E-UPDATE FOR June 26, 2018

This edition of In the Loop, published and distributed by the Department of Communications and Community Engagement, provides a highlighted summary of actions taken by the Berkeley County Board of Education at its regular meeting held on Tuesday, June 26, 2018. Complete Board meetings are recorded and archived on the BCSD YouTube channel. Photographs from the board meetings are available for viewing and download HERE.

Click HERE to view Board Docs. After selecting the meeting date, you can view the agenda for the meeting, the items for information, and items for action. Board Docs is updated in real-time during the regular meetings.


The Board held a public hearing on the 2018-2019 budget at 5:00 p.m. before their regular meeting.


Citizenship Award

VirtualSC Franchise Teacher of the Year

  • Teresa Crumley, BCSD lead virtual teacher



Superintendent Dr. Eddie Ingram commented on a variety of topics concerning Berkeley County Schools District and its students, faculty, staff and the communities served by the system. These remarks included:

  • Grants awarded- Ingram shared that BCSD received three separate grants from the Tides Foundation.
    • $57,604 for implementing the 4 C’s
      • critical thinking
      • communication
      • collaboration
      • creativity
    • $21,450 for rolling study halls
    • $6,783 for Google activities at Whitesville Elementary
  • Groundbreaking Ceremony- On Wednesday, Dr. Ingram will attend Moncks Corner’s Fire Station 2 at Foxbank groundbreaking ceremony.
  • Out of Office- Ingram reminded the Board that he would be flying to Boston tomorrow, at his own expense, to visit some summer programs sponsored by Boston University. He will return on July 3rd.
  • Update on Foxbank Elementary School- Paving has started around Foxbank Elementary School and crews are working around the clock to complete the project. We will be ready to open for students in August.
  • Reduced Speed Limit Zone- BCSD leaders are reapplying for a reduced speed limit zone on Foster Creek Road.
  • ISTE Conference- This week several of our school leaders are at the ISTE conference in Chicago, including Ms. Alicia Pressley. Congratulations to Ms. Pressley!
  • BCSD and Berkeley County Government Hiring Fair- Berkeley County School District and Berkeley County Government partnered for a hiring fair that was held Thursday, and several people were hired by local companies on the spot. We had over 16 employees represented and 160 participants, including many of our recent graduates.
  • Operations next week- The office will be open July 2nd and 3rd, but many employees have chosen to take vacation. Ingram will return on July 3rd and will be in the office and in the field the remainder of the week.
Katie Orvin Tanner