More Back to School Info.!

Aug. 19: More Details to Make Your Return a Huge Success!

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BCS Families...We Can't Wait to Have You Back in School!

  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Welcome Toolkit for Your School
  • First Day Back Hashtags-Share Your Pics!
  • Bus Route Update
  • Student Dental Information
  • Child Tax Credit Reminder

Here are a few things you want to know about the first day of school:

Once again, the school year will open a bit differently than it has in the past. With every challenge, comes opportunity. Let us see what great things will result from a new school year with a new twist. Are you with me?


VISIT OUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

Welcome Toolkit

Located on your school website, the Welcome Toolkit will provide you and your family with school specific information such as school schedules, school breakfast/lunch information, and more. Check it out on your school website...locate the Toolkit under Our School.

Share Your First Day of School With Us and Our School Community!

A first day of school is special. Returning to schedules. Friendships and new experiences. Once you grab that perfect picture of your student, share it with us using the hashtag #Back2SchoolBCS in social media.

Hustle Up...the School Bus is Coming!

Our drivers have gathered this week for training and to make personal contacts with families on their routes. You may also view your route information by clicking on the image included here.


As drivers run routes and make adjustments, there may be delays during the first week of school. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

School Based Dental Program Offred to Qualified Children

The WVU Health Sciences Center Eastern Division operates a school-based dental program which provides preventive dental for qualified children while they attend public school. The program is available for children ages 4-21 who are enrolled in the WV CHIP or Medicaid program and do not have a dental home. By providing services in the school setting, parents do not have to miss work or provide transportation to a facility and children miss only a few minutes of school time. Learn more at the links provided below.
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Stay safe and be well.

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Patrick K. Murphy, Superintendent of Schools

This message has the most current information as of August 19, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

Berkeley County Schools

Berkeley County Schools, now 19,250 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.