4 years ago


Each individual employed in an instructional, classroom teaching position or who serves in a position designed for the support of the instructional program in a public school of this state must hold an appropriate South Carolina teaching credential. The certifying of related educational professionals in the areas of Audiology, Nursing, and Social Work is remanded to the established certifying boards effective July 1, 2000. Individuals employed as trade and industrial teachers are required to meet all general certification requirements except where specified otherwise (R 43-50). 

Follow this link to the SC Department of Education's website addressing Certification. 

Safety Commitment

7 years ago

Safety Commitment Statement

Safety and health in our school district must be a part of every operation. Without question, it

is every employee’s responsibility at all levels.


We will maintain a safety and health program conforming to the best practices of organizations

of this type. To be successful, such a program must embody the proper attitudes toward

injury and illness prevention on the part of administrators, teachers and support staff. It also

requires cooperation in all safety and health matters, not only between management and

employees, but also between employees and their co-workers. Only through such a cooperative

effort can an effective safety and health program be established and preserved.


The safety and health of every employee is a high priority. Management accepts responsibility

for providing a safe working environment and employees are expected to take responsibility

for performing work in accordance with safe standards and practices. Safety and health

will only be achieved through teamwork. Everyone must join together in promoting safety and

health and taking every reasonable measure to assure safe working conditions in the school