Skip to main content

Non-native educators seeking to acquire a comprehensive understanding of the environmental history of Berkeley County can look forward to the reintroduction of an instructional series known as "Avoiding the Wump World," running from February through March 2023 (see below for class overview a…

Two local students who hadn't set foot in a classroom in 49 and 24 years respectively have recently demonstrated that it's never too late to chase your dreams, particularly as it pertains to securing your college degree and/or high school diploma.

The Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) and the Coastal South Carolina Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) are combining forces to host "The Three Little Pigs STEM Challenge" on Saturday, Jan. 14 from 1-2 p.m. at Moncks Corner Library, 1003 Highway 52, M…

Festive posters added a heaping dose of holiday flavor and pizzazz to Moncks Corner on Dec. 13, as Berkeley County schools displayed creative boards courtesy of their talented student artists. Bowen's Corner Elementary, Sedgefield Middle and Hanahan High were recognized by the Berkeley Count…

Longtime educator Dr. Karen Whitely was recently appointed as Berkeley County School Board's new deputy superintendent on Nov. 16, according to the district office. 

During the Sept. 27 Berkeley Soil & Water Conservation meeting, the group's District Land Services Specialist Nick Yoder apprised colleagues of the efforts to add a beehive and other additions to the rear outdoor area of The House of Smiles at 215 Carolina Avenue in Downtown Moncks Corner. 

With their annual public meeting just weeks away, the Berkeley County Library System's Friends of the Library group will address current and future strategies during the gathering to support programs and initiatives for children, teens and adults, as well as BCLS staffers. This action plan w…

The Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) is putting a call out to all preschoolers, as their "1,000 Books Before Kindergarten" initiative is set to take place on Oct. 1 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. in the form of an information session at the Moncks Corner branch, located at 1003 N. Highway 52. 

The first orders of business for the September 13 meeting of the Berkeley County School Board meeting took members into executive session where there was a discussion of evaluation, employment, appointment, assignment, demotion, discipline, or release of an employee(s) as needed.

The rapidly-growing Ivybrook Academy continues to extend its reach beyond its existing 50 campuses throughout the country, as it recently opened its newest location on Aug. 15 at 2119 North Main Street in Summerville, near Carnes Crossroads.

An Oakbrook Middle School teacher received a national award for her STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) work with students.

This week, Berkeley County Library System (BCLS) marketing/public relations coordinator Laurie O’Tool reviews children’s book “May and the Beautiful Little Flowers” by Madelyne and Larry Spann and illustrated by Nico Sun. The books is recommended for children ages 3-7.

A viral social media trend on Tiktok called “devious licks” has been encouraging middle and high school students throughout the nation — including some locally — to record themselves vandalizing school property and post the recording to the app.

Hours after cadet Col. Olivia Barkasy and cadet Lt. Col. London Bernal began noticing local restaurants and companies honoring the 13 service members who died in the Aug. 26 suicide bomber attack at the Kabul Airport in Afghanistan, they knew they also wanted to create a memorial.

Berkeley County School District officials announced earlier this month that three schools within the district have transitioned to a virtual learning platform for two weeks due to the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the district.

MONCKS CORNER, SC — Carolina Youth Development Center (CYDC) announced today the next session of its Strengthening Families Program (SFP) will launch on Sept. 7. The virtual program, offered in collaboration with the Children’s Trust of South Carolina, consists of 14 live educational session…

Early on the morning of Aug. 16 students began filling into the hallways of schools throughout Dorchester District 2 and Berkeley County School District, as they were welcomed back for the first time in nearly two years for a closer to-normal first day of school.

Teaching physical education through a blended virtual and in person platform during a global pandemic, would stop a lot of teachers from making an impact. But for Brittne Guerry, recently named Berkeley County School District Teacher of the Year, it was quite the opposite.

Most Popular