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New Google Classroom E-Learning Bell Schedule
Effective Monday September 14, 2020


Congratulations to Our CCHS Teacher and Staff of the Year!

 

 

 

  


 

SCDE Assessment Waiver Survey

The SC Department of Education has released an online survey for public input on the requested assessment waiver to the U.S. Department of Education. As required by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), SCDE must provide public notice and give an opportunity for public input on the waiver request. Members of the public can access the online survey here.

https://ed.sc.gov/newsroom/news-releases/south-carolina-department-of-education-releases-assessment-waiver-survey-for-public-input/   

 


 

Revised Reopening Plan

Revised Reopening Plan

PDF version of the above Revised Reopening Plan

 


 

Covid School Reopening Protocols

Reopening Protocol 

 

PDF version of the above Reopening Protocol Booklet

 


 

 Welcome Back Letter

PDF version of the above Welcome Back Letter 


  


 

 2020-2021 District Calendar

 

 PDF version of the above Face-to-Face and Virtual Calendar showing 5 days of instruction.

  


 

2020-2021 Schools Reopening Models

 

CCPS 2020-2021 Model for Opening Schools Infographic

PDF version of the above Schools Reopening Models image

 


 

2020-2021 Registration Packet

Parents will need to complete a Registration Packet for each student to be enrolled at CCHS for the 2020-2021 school year.

 


 

Welcome to Calhoun County High School! 

 Class of 2020 Senior Tribute

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It is our pleasure to announce
the Lower Savannah Region WINNERS
for the following Awards  

The 2020 Career & Technology Education "Technology Champion" Award
SANAA HAYNES
Calhoun County School District
Calhoun County High School
  
The 2020 Work-Based Learning Student
of the Year Award Winner

QUINTON DANTZLER
Calhoun County School District
Calhoun County High School
  
Sanaa will represent Calhoun County High School and the Lower Savannah Region
at the Education Business Summit
Greenville, SC
July 20th

  
  Please join us in CONGRATULATING  THEM! 

 

Calhoun County High School Family,

 


 

 

 Quinton Dantzler

Securing His Career Before Graduating from High School!

 



One of our outstanding seniors, Quinton Dantzler, who will graduate from Calhoun County High this June 6th will actually have his first graduation ceremony at OCTECH in May!  How could this be you say? Quinton has started his future in the Transportation Field by beginning his coursework in the Professional Truck Driving Department at Tech this month.  He actually took it upon himself and went out on his own to start working on his dream career months earlier by researching what it takes to begin the actual certification process.  Quinton went ahead and secured both his D.O.T. (Department of Transportation) physical along with his South Carolina Commercial Beginner’s Permit even before meeting with Sandra Moore, Dean of Continuing Education, Corporate Training & Economic Development at OCTECH.  That’s impressive! When a student asked Quinton what his ultimate career goal in trucking might be, he responded “to have my own trucking line one day”.  Our school district is happy to say his future is on the right track and starts now!

  


Our Mission

The mission of Calhoun County High School, in unity with parents and community, is to provide an environment conducive to learning that challenges all students to reach their maximum potential for success in a rapidly changing global society.  

Our Vision

We envision a school district where everyone works harmoniously in a safe and caring environment to help all students reach their maximum potential.

Our Beliefs

We believe...     

  • In establishing and maintaining high expectations for all students.
  • Every student can learn and be successful.
  • Every student is responsible for his/her choices and actions.
  • In providing challenging and rigorous experiences to develop confident and competent students.
  • In fostering cooperation and collaboration to promote engaging learning experiences.
  • In an environment that appreciates and encourages diversity.
  • Change provides opportunity for growth.

 

 

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