Special Education Day
Thank You, Veterans!
Parent Leadership Program
Attention CCSD Parents! In partnership with the Carolina Family Engagement Center, we are building a strong Family Leadership Team called Community and Parents for Public Schools (CAPPS). Parents are positioned to learn new strategies, build leadership skills, and be equipped to more effectively advocate for their children, families, and communities. If you are interested, please apply at https://tinyurl.com/yzzrme59Benefits of being a CAPPS Parent Leadership Partner include:A stipend for participants who complete all PLP requirements.The 2021-22 sessions are expected to be held virtually.
Hope Health School-Based Clinic
Central Carolina Technical College
Central Carolina Technical College has once again removed tuition costs for qualifying academic programs.
No-cost tuition makes college accessible for everyone. As the premier training resource for workforce in our area, CCTC is addressing the labor shortage through access, training and pathways that begin in high school.
See if you qualify! Visit cctech.edu/no-cost-tuition to view information on requirements to qualify. For more information, call 803.778.1961 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now Accepting Dual Enrollment Applications
How To Log Into Your School Issued Device
If a student has trouble logging into his/her Google or Clever Account, please contact the student's teacher first. If the student has an issue with their issued device, please contact Tech Support at email@example.com.
Farmers Telephone Cooperative (FTC) is offering a federally subsidised program which is specifically geared toward qualifying low-income families and may provide up to a $50 credit on their bills for broadband internet access. There are some steps that have to be done by the family, but it can be of benefit to our local families.
To learn more about Emergency Broadband Benefits:
Health Education Materials
Physical Education Resource
Totally Awesome Health
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S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce
Attn: Seniors and recent Graduates
You are invited to take advantage of the wonderful opportunity to enter the cybersecurity field.
The S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce published a press release regarding the launch of its Cybersecurity Internship Program, which is now open for applications.
The press release and an infographic explaining the program are attached. The press release is also available to read on the DEW website here.
They expect this internship to not only be a great success for South Carolina, but also kickstart extraordinary IT careers and influence positive changes in our state’s workforce.
Please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions at all regarding the program.
phone: (803) 737-2623
South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce