It is the mission of Scotland County Schools to develop responsible, productive citizens by providing an excellent education for the children through engaging instruction. Partnering with families and the community, we will ensure every child's academic, social, emotional, and physical needs are met in a safe, nurturing environment.
Meal Distribution Update - Spring Break
Board of Education Approves Plan A
At the Committee of the Whole Meeting on Monday, March 22, the Scotland County Schools Board of Education approved Plan A as an in-person learning option for all students (PreK-13). Accordingly, all parents have until March 30th to choose from one of the following learning options beginning April 12th until the end of the school year:
Parents who select Plan C must remain on Plan C for the remainder of this school year. Parents who select Plan A may participate in Plan A for the remainder of the school year OR switch one time and go to Plan C for the remainder of the school year.
Schools will be reaching out to families to collect updated responses for all students in preparation to return to school under Plan A on Monday, April 12th.
Pre-K Registration 2021-22 is now OPEN!
Must be four years old by August 31st, 2021 and meet program requirements
What to bring?
Parents should bring a copy of the child’s:
March 1 - June 30, 2021
The elementary school in your attendance area:
Laurel Hill, South Johnson, Sycamore Lane, and Wagram
*Contact the elementary school in your attendance zone for more information.
Kindergarten Registration Opens April 12!
Students must be five years old by August 31st to register. Packets are available at all of our elementary schools or you can click on the links to print the registration forms here:
Completed registration packets should be returned to your child's school. In addition to the forms, you will need to bring the following:
If you still have questions or need some additional information, click here to watch a short video from some of our district's kindergarten experts!
See Something. Say Something
Everyone is concerned about school safety. It has been, is, and will continue to be our Board and Administration's top priority for our schools to remain a safe place to learn. We have a multitude of safety measures and procedures in place in our schools and district offices, but we know that even with all the camera systems, drills, and exercises we conduct, our most valuable security system that we have on our campuses each day remains the many thousands of eyes and ears of our students and staff. We can’t stress enough how strongly we encourage anyone and everyone to say something to someone – a teacher, a counselor, an administrator, or law enforcement personnel – if they hear or see anything suspicious or ever have any concerns. Let us teach our children to always be kind. Let us do everything we can, with all that we can, to ensure that our schools and community remain safe.