This week students around the globe participated in events related to Computer Science Education Week. Berkeley County School District schools and classrooms were no exception as teachers and …

Guys in Ties is a group of fourth and fifth grade boys who will be working throughout the year on learning many life skills including how to be a gentleman and a leader. The first official mee…

The Cane Bay Choirs are happy to announce that we had five students selected to perform for the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) National Honor Choirs. These students completed a t…

A goal of the Office of Diversity is to promote a climate that demonstrates respect and appreciation for the diversity of our district while fostering an inclusive environment. A clear example…

Election Day is about two weeks away and while the Berkeley County School District’s school board candidates face no opposition in this year’s race, residents are reminded to go vote on Nov. 6.

While educators teach, they also never stop learning. Those professional development opportunities often come after hours and in some cases may not cover what our teachers feel like they really need.

Alexus Shreve, center, was honored as the 2018 Berekeley High School Homecoming queen on Friday. Also pictured (left to right) with Alexus is her grandfather, Bill Shreve; Devondre Richburg, 2…

Members of the Charleston Symphony orchestra returned to Boulder Bluff Elementary Sept. 27 to serenade students with string instruments.

Following Hurricane Florence's disruption to classes, Berkeley County School District has approved the following changes to its calendar.

As the last rays of sunlight slipped beneath the horizon on Saturday evening, Beidler Forest Naturalist Richard Covey told a group of Lowcountry educators to keep an eye out for crepuscular animals.

All classes at Charleston Southern University will resume on Sept. 18 at 8 a.m. Professors will show leniency to students whose return is delayed by heavy traffic, obstructed roadways or trave…

Berkeley County School District retirees Faun “Tookie” Harrop, June Lee and Karen Orvin were recognized as Legacy Legends at the district’s Aug. 28 board meeting.

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