The new plan, if passed, would mean that all West Ashley middle school students would be housed at the newly renovated C.E. Williams building.
Jenna Schiferl is a Columbia native and a reporter at The Post and Courier. She has previously worked as an editor at Garnet & Black Magazine.
The decision to reject a plan for a bus lot at James Island Charter High School marks a major victory for some nearby residents who’ve been fighting its construction for months.
Instead of using vague safety codes like "Code Red," the Charleston County School District will now use a "plain language system" to notify teachers, students and parents of school emergencies.
A new school might be on its way to the rapidly-growing Carnes Crossroads development in Goose Creek.
Mary Ford Elementary will be transitioned to an early childhood and family center set to open in August.
Instead, the district will work with principals and teachers in the 15 low-performing, high poverty schools identified as “acceleration schools” to find out what waivers from state rules they’d like to pursue.
After more than two years and a $2.3 million renovation project, the Avery Research Center is reopening to the public.
The Charleston County School District's $18.6 million student transportation contract with Durham School Services is up this summer, and the company is considering a new vendor.
What will The Citadel look like in 15 years? The college wants alumni, faculty and staff feedback on the college's campus master plan.