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2022 State Testing Guide

2022 State Testing Guides
Posted on 04/13/2022
Our teachers and students have been working hard during the 2021-2022 school year. The required state testing is quickly approaching. Our testing schedule is as follows:
 
Grades 3-5 will be assessed May 10-13, 2022.
 
Grades 6-8 will be assessed May 17-20, 2022.
 
Students enrolled in gateway courses with an end-of-course examination will be assessed  on the following days: 1st block May 24; 2nd block May 25; 3rd block May 26; and 4th block May 27.
 
To help our students prepare, we are providing a parent and student guide for these assessments.   We would ask that you review these guides with your children. 

 

 

 

 

 

Due to the continued spread of the contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant in our community and schools, as well as a continuous increase in the amount of our district’s quarantined staff and students, and COVID-19’s impact on our available pool of school bus drivers and substitutes, Colleton County School District will transition temporarily to E-Learning/Virtual Learning for all students starting January 13, 2022.

 

CCSD will be providing breakfast/lunch opportunities during this closure. Parents who wish to pick up daily breakfast/lunch meals should complete the form linked below by 8 a.m. on January 13. Parents with children in multiple schools can designate a specific location to pick up their meals, and children under 18 unenrolled in our district also qualify for meals.

 

Breakfast/Lunch Order for January 13-19, 2022

 

Meal pick-up will be each day (Thursday, Friday, Tuesday and Wednesday) from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. You will receive a hot lunch for each student as well as a grab and go breakfast meal.

 

CCSD Virtual Learning
Colleton County School District to Transition to E-Learning/Virtual Learning from January 13 – January 19
Posted on 01/11/2022
Due to the continued spread of the contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant in our community and schools, as well as a continuous increase in the amount of our district’s quarantined staff and students, and COVID-19’s impact on our available pool of school bus drivers and substitutes, Colleton County School District will transition temporarily to E-Learning/Virtual Learning for all students starting January 13, 2022.

The estimated date for returning to learn in-person is January 20, 2022. CCSD officials will reassess the impact of COVID-19 on students and staff on January 19, and determine if an extension of the virtual learning period will be necessary.

CCSD will be providing distance learning opportunities and breakfast/lunch opportunities during this closure. Students will be able to use district-issued Chromebooks for E-Learning/Virtual Learning. Students without access to the Internet will be provided with E-Learning packets. Students who need to pick-up their district-issued device will be able to do so tomorrow, January 12 from their schools. More information will be released by individual schools. Information on school meal pick-ups will also be released tomorrow, January 12.

Where possible, athletic/band/extracurricular activities will continue during the E-Learning/Virtual Learning period. Afterschool activities are canceled.

All district employees who have not been placed in isolation/quarantine will report to their work locations. Schools and buses will be comprehensively disinfected while the district is operating virtually.

We appreciate our community’s adaptability, patience, and support as we continue to protect our students, staff, and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic. All further updates will be released to our families through phone dialers, mass emails, local/regional media and our website (colleton.k12.sc.us).
  •  Please call to schedule classes for morning or night school. Limited spacing is available.
  • 843-782-0018
COVID-19 Update
Together we will face extraordinary, new challenges that will require unprecedented levels of cooperation and communication among learners, staff and the greater Colleton Adult Learning Center (CALC) community.
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