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CCSD Superintendent congratulates students receiving awards 

CCSD STUDENTS AND TEACHERS RECOGNIZED FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

The Colleton County School District celebrated the induction of 167 students and eight teachers into our Circle of Excellence during our regularly scheduled board meeting on Tuesday, November 19 in the Colleton County High School’s Performing Arts Center.

Hundreds of Colleton County residents attended the meeting to congratulate students and teachers alike on their accomplishments, cheering as they received certificates and trophies from CCSD Superintendent Franklin Foster and members of the Colleton County School Board of Trustees.

“The purpose of this event is to recognize students and teachers before their peers, to offer encouragement for all, and to set high expectations for themselves,” CCSD Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction Jessica Williams said. “Their achievements need to be celebrated.”

To become eligible for joining the Circle of Excellence, students must earn an exemplary score on at least two out of three tests for SCPASS and SCReady or a 100% scale score on any End of Course Assessment.

For teachers to become eligible, they must have met or exceeded the state average in the percentage of students exceeding standard on national or state assessments.

The celebration will continue on Friday, November 22 and Monday, November 25 with school-level recognitions. Circle of Excellence students and teachers will walk down a red carpet and be treated to cake and ice cream.

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