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  • Parent Survey

    We need your input by May 31, 2021.


    Please review the information located in the "For Parents" tab regarding the SC Department of Education Parent Survey. The survey will be used to help us improve our school. 

    To access the survey, please click on the link below. 


    The MPS school ID is 1402012.

    Thank you! 


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  • Thank You

    Manning Primary School's second grade students have been hard at work beautifying the garden.  We would like to thank the Manning High School Future Farmers of America (FFA) for their donation.  A huge thank you to FFA members, Jordan Brooks and Darren Dawkins for bringing some lantana plants they grew and helping Mrs. Martens' students plant them in the garden.  

    Planting with the FFA


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  • Manning Primary School's Wellness Team would like to thank everyone for participating in February's drink water campaign. 

    MPS encourages everyone to continue to drink water every day!

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  •   Clarendon School District 2

    Grab and Go Meals Available 

    Grab and Go Clarendon School District Two is offering free meals for all children ages 18 and under. Any child, whether enrolled in the district or homeschooled, is able to receive meals at no charge. During the weekly meal distribution, each child will receive five breakfasts and five lunches. Children do not have to be in the car with you. However, you must have the name or meal number of CSD2 students.  If you are not a CSD2 student, you will be required to complete a "Meal Pick Up Confirmation Form" before collecting your student's meals.

    Grab and Go Meal Pick Up Options

    Tuesdays - 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    Thursdays- 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

    Please complete the online survey or call the school cafeteria to reserve your meals. Meal reservations must be submitted by 12:00 pm the day prior to pick up.

    Meal reservations must be completed weekly.

    Meals can be picked up at the back door cafeteria entrance at our schools:

    Manning Primary (803-435-8538)

    Manning Elementary (803-435-4653)

    Manning Early Childhood Center (803-473-4808)

    Manning Junior High School (803-435-2778)

    Manning High School (803-825-5037)

    Contact CSD2's Nutrition Services office at 803-825-5134 or 803-825-5126.



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  • Having trouble with your student's device?


    Contact Clarendon District 2's Technology Department by clicking on the image above or the link below.


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    Please complete our Title I Family Engagement Policy Review Survey by linking on the link below. You can find additional information about the Title I Family Engagement Policy under the 'For Parents' tab.
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  • REC

    Dear CSD2 Parents:

    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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Teacher of the Year

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    Mr. Freddy Teal, Assistant Principal, Mrs. Loretta Brailsford, Teacher of the Year 2021-2022, and Mrs. Tiffani Burgess, Principal of MPS.

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