ECHS Weekly Update

Volume 25 - March 17, 2019

Upcoming Dates

March 22 - Early Release Day (12:45 Dismissal)

March 25-29 Spring Break

April 3 - Report Cards

May 11 Spring Dance (Semi-Formal)

PTA Meetings are the first Tuesday of every month. Our next PTA Meeting is April 2, 2019, 5:00-6:00 PM. All are welcome!

PTA Information

The next PTA meeting is Tuesday, April 2, 2019. The PTA is currently working to plan the Spring Semi-Formal and Teacher Appreciation Week. We hope you can join us!
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Student Council Wants to know.....

It's Tax Time

Parents and Guardians, as you file your taxes this year, please remember that the legal guardian is the person who should claim a child on their taxes. We remind you of this now because we know that there are serious implications for students federal aid. This tax filing may have the ability to impact some of our current sophomores as they fill out the FAFSA.

Volunteer Opportunities - ALL STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE 10 HRS

From Ms. Broadway:

Dragon Boat Charleston is a non-profit organization that serves to promote wellness among cancer survivors. The main event is on May 4th, and they need clean-up volunteers the day after.

Ms. Broadway will be there volunteering with clean-up on Sunday May 5th from 10am -12pm. Ms. Broadway will not be responsible for any student attending this volunteering opportunity but will sign off for 2 volunteering hours.

Brittlebank Park

185 Lockwood Dr, Charleston, SC 29403


Sunday, May 5th

The Town of Mount Pleasant is looking for volunteers to help with Bridge Weekend!

Thursday, April 4th 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm Packet Pick Up: Convention Center

Friday, April 5th 8:00 am- 8:00 pm Packet Pick Up: Convention Center

Saturday, April 6th: 4:15 -8:00am Bus unloading: Sea Island Shopping Center 4:15 - 8:00 am Bus Loading at the Towne Center Near Belk 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Bus re-loarding in the area of Calhoun & Alexander

If Interested contact

Spring is in the AIR!!

If you want to be outdoors and enjoy some sun and perform some volunteer hours, Charleston County Parks have plenty of opportunities coming up!

Pet Fest: March 30th

Cooper River Bridge Run: April 6

Lowcountry Cajun Festival: April 7

Charleston Outdoor Festival: April 13-14

If interested please contact Charleston County Park & Recreation

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Order Your Yearbook Now

We are collecting yearbook preorders!

The cost of a yearbook is $45.

We are running a yearbook promo during Spirit Week. Students who dress out for all 5 days can purchase their yearbook at the original lowest price ($35).

Promotional cost will close the Friday after Spring Break (April 5), so that students have plenty of time to bring in their money.

**Note: This promo does NOT apply to students who have already purchased.

Books can be ordered at

Yearbook Ads

Support the ECHS yearbook program by purchasing an ad! Your business will be showcased in the yearbook, reaching more than 100 students and families. Purchasing an ad is easy. Simply visit

Submit Photos for the Yearbook

As you continue to do amazing work in your classes and clubs, please take a moment to snap some photos for the yearbook, website and social media! You can directly add them to our yearbook site by downloading the ReplayIt app!

Just go to your app store, download ReplayIt, search for Early College High School Charleston and create an account. You can then easily add photos from your gallery directly into our Jostens account!

This will be super helpful for the yearbook and my journalism students. Thank you for supporting our program!

Extra Help During Lunch

Students, did you know that Ms. Green and Ms. McDonald are both available for extra help during lunch? If you need help with any of your work, please drop-in to see them during lunch. They are in room 222 and 224. No appointments are necessary.


Bell Schedules

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If you have any bus-related complaints throughout the year, please use this link to log your complaint. This is the way that CCSD tracks bus issues and shares them with Durham. I have found that when we use this form, there is generally a swift response.

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