Read this week's updates from Dr. McGinley! Pictured: Wando's "Bella Voce" Choir, selected to perform at the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Convention in Jacksonville, FL.
A personalized learning classroom has four main characteristics, and one of those is Shared Vision. When creating a shared vision it is important to include the voice of all stakeholders. Pictured: Stakeholders at a CCSD school work on building their shared vision during a recent workshop.
Our work groups, steering committee, and other stakeholder groups continue moving forward this important work. Please visit the BRIDGE portal for the latest information. And please continue to send us your questions, concerns, and feedback.
Watch our video highlights from the 2014 Gala, and read the story about this spectacular event honoring our best and brightest... to raise funds for the annual Charleston Educator Symposium. Pictured: Event organizers Anita Huggins and Lori Bates receiving their Behind the Scenes Hero Awards from Dr. McGinley.
CCSD's Instructional Support Team has a page for community members interested in learning more about the Common Core... a set of standards designed to provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help children build skills for college and career success.
City employees hosted 30 students from high schools throughout CCSD for the Groundhog Job Shadow Day on February 4th. Burke Middle High School senior Kenya Bracey was assigned to shadow Charleston Mayor Joe Riley! Watch the video of Kenya's experience.
CTE Month Special Feature - LeRone Murphy's knowledge and 20+ years of industry experience is a "game changer" for the students at Stall High School. (read more)
St. James-Santee Students Visit MUSC
Feb. 26, 2014 -- 22 St. James-Santee Elementary School students experienced virtual medical emergencies at MUSC’s Award-Winning Simulation Center under the direction of Dr. John Schaefer. Pictured: Sixth-graders Eric Moultrie, Malachi Randolph and Jada Simmons examine a virtual patient at MUSC’s Simulation Center.