Colleton County School District participated in a multi-agency job fair on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, at the Colleton County School District Board Room located at 500 Forest Circle, Walterboro, SC, 29488. Many local businesses participated, including our very own Human Resources Department. This event provided participants with the opportunity to learn about job opportunities in the area. 

Local businesses   P. Taylor, J. Williams, S. McAdo   D. Beaton & M. Stephens   Local Businesses   Hiring Bus   Local businesses   Participants @ Job Fair          Participants @ Job Fair

Tuesday, April 9, 2024, our district held the 2024 District Strategic Plan Meeting at Forest Hills Elementary School from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Thank you to Principal Joseph Guarino & all the FHE staff for welcoming us so graciously. Mrs. Janis Headden & the Curriculum & Instruction Team did an awesome job planning this event. Thank you to our faculty, staff, district leaders, parents, community leaders, & community members that joined us for this informative meeting. Please know that your input is important to us. Thank you for continuing to support Colleton County School District.

District Staff & Board members    Mrs. W. Hamilton   Ms. T. Green   Mr. Kubik & Ms. Mauro   People meeting   Group of people   People meeting   People meeting   People Meeting   Group of people   Jessica Williams & Rolets B. Taylor   L. Hyman & D. Hayes

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District Logo    District Logo
kickball & field    Kickball y campo

Congratulations to the Band of Blue VARSITY and JV Winter Guards for their outstanding performances this past weekend at the 2024 Carolina Winter Ensemble Association Winter Guard Championships on April 6, 2024 at Catawba Ridge High School in Fort Mill ,SC.


The Band of Blue JV Winter Guard placed 1st in their round and earned the gold medal and the Varsity Winter Guard placed 2nd in their round and earned the silver medal in their division.  Both groups competed against over 75 teams from SC, NC and Georgia.  


Congrats to our Band of Blue guard instructors Mr. Jason Johnson, Mrs. Cathy Meshach, Ms. Taylor Fussell, Ms. Joelle Glipinsk and Ms. Asha Jenkins for all their hard work!


Band of Blue Color Guard Band of Blue Color Guard

Band of Blue Color Guard Trophies & Ribbons




During the school year, our schools select different themes to highlight. February was "Black History Month" & March is "Read Across America". Many of the schools have friendly competitions & teachers take these challenges seriously. Please enjoy a few examples of the fantastic doors featured in some of our schools. We think everyone is a winner!!


Dr. Suess Characters                                         Scooby Doo

                                                                                                                                  Forest Hills Elementary

Popcorn                                        Books

                                                                                                                            Hendersonville Elementary

Teachers & Students                                        African American Scientist

                                                                                                                               Colleton County Middle School




Musical Notes


     High School Graduates

BES-Turnaround plan.pdf             CES-Turnaround Plan.pdf

FHE-Turnaround Plan.pdf             HES-Turnaround Plan.pdf

CCMS-Turnaround Plan.pdf

CCHS-Turnaround Plan.pdf


Stars & Hearts Hearts & Stars      
Teacher & studentsTeacher & Students
grown ups & kids eating lunch

Colleton County School District recognizes the vital role that the yellow school bus plays in providing access to education and learning for children who live in rural, suburban and urban areas, including special needs. The Office of Student Transportation declares the month of February 2024 to be LOVE THE BUS MONTH.

Men & Women                               2 women & Gary Bradley

Colleton County School District to Implement Weapons Detection System

The preservation of high safety standards is very important to the Colleton County School District. Accordingly, we are committed to taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety and security of all students and staff, while maintaining an uninterrupted and positive learning environment. One of the primary concerns on the local, state, and national front is the possibility of a weapon being on school grounds. To further prevent weapons from entering our district, we have purchased and installed Weapons Detection Systems at Colleton County Middle School and Colleton County High School. 

The Weapons Detection System uses powerful sensor technology with artificial intelligence (AI) to provide safer, more accurate threat detection at unprecedented volume and speed.  Students are able to walk through the detection system without having to stop to remove personal items like cell phones or keys; this allows them to begin their day with less interruption while engaging positively with school staff. All individuals entering the schools will be scanned by the Weapons Detection System, including parents and staff members. 

The system alerts staff to a potential threat by identifying questionable items with a red box around the suspicious area on the viewing screen. For example, it will place a red box around a book bag a student is carrying if there is an object in the bag that triggers a system alert. This ‘specific location’ notification process saves time during the secondary screening and does not immediately require a search of the student.

If an item triggers an alert, the student will move to a secondary screening location (table) just past the system location.  If the alert is associated with a bag, the bag will be searched for weapons; if the alert is indicated on the student (i.e. pocket), the student will be asked to remove items from their pockets and proceed back through the system. If a deeper search becomes necessary, the student will be taken with at least two staff members to a secure location out of sight of the rest of the student body for further screening and search, as deemed necessary.

We invite parents/guardians and our community members to come to Colleton County Middle School on Wednesday, January 24th or Colleton County High School on Thursday, January 25th from 5:00 pm until 6:00 pm to see the Weapons Detection System in action, and ask questions to better understand the process.Bookbag & School Supplies


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