Clarendon School District Two

Dedicated To Excellence In Education

      Employment Opportunities

      • Clarendon School Districts 2 and 4 are consolidating to form Clarendon County School District for the 2022-23 school year. Positions are open until filled. To view positions and apply, click below!

        Apply for Employment Opportunities Here

        Clarendon County School District

        2022-2023

        Send inquires to laura.fleming@clarendon4.org

        For information concerning employment with Clarendon County School District,  contact: Laura Fleming 1177 Atkinson Street, Turbeville, SC 29162 843-659-2188

        District Title IX Coordinator: Laura Fleming,

        Human Resources Director

        1177 Atkinson St., Turbeville, SC 29162

        843-659-2188

      Teacher Appreciation Week videos

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      Welcome to Clarendon County Video!

      CSD2 Facebook Page

      CSD2 Title IX Compliance Program

      • CSD2 Title IX

      Clarendon 2 Mobile App Download

      •   IOS Device Download

         Android Device Download

      Character Trait of the Month

      • sportsmanship

      • FTC

        (Click on the link above to find out how you can receive internet service through FTC.)

      Health Education Materials

      • Physical Education Resource

        Totally Awesome Health

        Copyright 1999 by Meeks Heit Publishing Company

      Mission Statement

      • The mission of Clarendon School District Two is educating children.

      Our Motto

      • Excellence in the AIR

        Accountability, Integrity, and Respect

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      • 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 interns@dew.sc.gov with any questions at all regarding the program.

        https://www.dew.sc.gov/news/2022-04/sc-department-employment-and-workforce-announces-its-cybersecurity-internship-program

        DEW COMMUNICATIONS

        phone:   (803) 737-2623

         

        South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce

        1550 Gadsden Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201

         

        Cyber


      • 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 admissions@cctech.edu.

         
        No-Cost Tuition Summer/Fall 2022



      • 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:

        https://www.ftc.net/blog/ftc-to-participate-in-emergency-broadband-benefit-program/

         

      Parent Leadership Program

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        PLP1
        Attention CSD2 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/yzzrme59
        Benefits 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.
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