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MARCH 26: Check-in with our students, families and staff

Dear Caregivers, Students, and Staff:

I'm coming to you with a check-in message to see how you're doing as we enter Day 9 of school closures. Please know we are here to support you and your student(s) during this time.


As a reminder, please continue to check-in with teachers and staff as questions, concerns and needs arise. Also, please continue to share feedback. We are all learning together through this event and will continue to make adjustments and improvements moving forward.


With that said, during the March 25 Governor's briefing, Governor Justice announced an extension of school closures with a hopeful return date of April 20.


With the announcement of extended closures, we'll be coming to you shortly with more information about continuing education and learning, along with food distribution. Stay tuned for future announcements.


As we have more information and receive additional details and guidance from state and local public health and safety partners, we'll continue to share. We are all in this together and we will continue to do what is in the best interest of students and our community. Thank you for your ongoing patience and understanding.

Dr. Murphy Check-in with Families March 26

Be well, stay safe

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Patrick K. Murphy, Superintendent of Schools

BCS Curbside Meal Pickup Sites and Information

Berkeley County Schools is evaluating curbside feeding locations for the week of March 30th. Please check back regularly for updates and location information.
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#BCSconnectED

Connecting with your teacher, students and school community in a creative way? Have a fun virtual activity? Be sure to use the hashtag #BCSconnectED to highlight all the unique ways we continue learning while we are outside the traditional classroom.

This communication contains the most current information available at this time: March 26, 2020 at 3:30 pm.

Berkeley County Schools

Berkeley County Schools, now 19,600 students strong, and growing, boasts a diverse population recognized statewide for great success in academics, the arts and athletics.


This newsletter is a publication of the Berkeley County Schools' Communications Office.