The Berkeley County School District is making progress toward the goals approved by the school board, Superintendent Rodney Thompson said Tuesday during his Annual Report to the Community.
“I cannot think of a more rewarding occupation,” said Thompson, who outlined the district’s progress toward the six goals, which are: positive school climate; high student performance; community engagement; strategic human resource management; fiscal responsibility; and effective communications.
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