We are pleased to announce that your child may have the opportunity to participate in our Reaching Every Child (REC) After-School Program at Manning Primary School and Manning Elementary School. Our REC program will begin on September 28th, 2020 and will operate through May 21st, 2021. Our operating hours will be 2:00 - 5:00 pm, Monday through Thursday. The REC After-School Program is funded by a grant from the South Carolina Department of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Center. A main purpose of our program is to help students grow academically in math and reading. Participating students also gain exposure to various extracurricular activities. Participants will be actively involved in technology workshops, science programs, and other enrichment activities. A 30-minute homework time is also provided. At this time, accepted students will be able to attend on campus the same day that they attend regular school and will be participating in distance learning the other three days.
Participating in our REC after school program is a commitment from all involved to attend every session, either on campus or virtually and to work hard to attain our goals. This will be an exciting opportunity and academically benefitting for you and your child. IF your child is accepted in the program, we plan for this year to be an enjoyable experience for your child and for you to see overall improvement with your child’s school performance. Please feel free to contact Mrs. Patricia Moyd at MPS (803) 435-2268 with any questions or concerns you may have. We are looking forward to working with you and your child.
To be considered for a slot in our program for your child, the application on the next page must be completed and submitted by Friday, September 18. (Please click on the image above to access the REC Application.) We are looking forward to working with you and your child.
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The Office of School Nutrition Services will be providing meals to students enrolled in Clarendon School District Two beginning September 11, 2020. This survey will provide information on how to prepare for feeding students participating in the hybrid model as well as those who will be learning virtually. (Please click on the image above to complete the survey.)
You must submit a new survey for each enrolled student in your household.
As a part of the USDA requirements, each child will have a School Issued Meal Number to collect their meals. Be sure to include your email address to receive follow-up information specific to your student and their Meal Number.
We will be sending this survey out in a variety of platforms; however, you only need to complete it once per child.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING STUDENT ATTENDANCE!!!
Students will be counted as 'present' as long as they complete the day's assignment(s) by 11:59pm. Teachers will take attendance, daily, of the students who logged into class for the live session. If students aren't present for their live sessions, they will be marked 'absent'; however, if they complete their assignment(s) for the day before 11:59pm, the teacher needs to provide the school's PowerSchool person with a list of the students whose absence needs to be changed to present, because teachers will no longer be able to make those changes, themselves, after 11:59pm.
Please read the documents below regarding the CSD2 2020-2021 School Year.
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Please click on the image below for more information regarding the Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).
Congratulations to our 2020-2021 Teachers of the Year!!!
Manning Primary School received the Monarch Spirit Baton for the CSD2 Tardiness Campaign. MPS had the highest decrease in students tardies from November 1st through December 9th.
Congratulations MPS Monarchs!!!
Pictured Above: Kyndra Johnson - District School Social Worker, Tiffani Burgess - Principal of MPS, and Dr. Jacqueline Inabinette - Asst. Superintendent of Administration & Personnel
Congratulations to MJHS students, Zoe Stevens and Joe Nickens, on being chosen as South Carolina Junior Scholars!
Pictured above: Kimberly O. Johnson - CSD2 Board Chair, Zoe Stevens - MJHS SC Junior Scholar, and Dr. Shawn Johnson - CSD2 Superintendent
Pictured above: Kimberly O. Johnson - CSD2 Board Chair, Joe Nickens - MJHS SC Junior Scholar, and Dr. Shawn Johnson - CSD2 Superintendent
Congratulations to CSD2 Board of Trustees Member, Mrs.Ethel W. Sweat, for 20 years of service!
Pictured Above: Dr. Shawn Johnson - CSD2 Superintendent and Mrs.Ethel W. Sweat - CSD2 Board Member
Congratulations to Manning High School & Manning Junior High School for their hard work and dedication in improving their State Report Card Rating to Average!
Pictured above: Dr. Shawn Johnson - CSD2 Superintendent, Susan Bench - MHS Asst. Principal, Patricia Moultrie-Goldsmith - MHS Principal, and Kimberly O. Johnson - CSD2 Board Chair
Pictured above: Dr. Shawn Johnson - CSD2 Superintendent, Terrie Ard - MJHS Principal, Anthoney Brown - MJHS Asst. Principal, and Kimberly O. Johnson - CSD2 Board Chair
Clarendon Family Resource Center held a Community and Parents for Public Schools (C.A.P.P.S.)Luncheon on Thursday, October 24th. Those that attended covered the topic of Connecting Schools and Churches for Community Input.
Congratulations to Dr. Shawn Johnson, Superintendent of CSD2, and Ms. Kimberly O. Johnson, CSD2 Board Chair, on their membership in the Manning Rotary Club.