This 2016 Annual Report provides a snapshot of our school system. In this document, we provide facts and figures about our schools, students, employees, and finances; in addition, we honor some of our outstanding teachers and support employees, and outline several of the challenges and changes that face us in the coming years. Please download the 2016 Annual Report for more information.
November's Wellness Newsletter is all about "The Family That Eats Together." Eating as a family isn't always easy these days. But it's wll worth the effort. As you might expect, family meals improve kids' nutrition and health. And that's just the beginning of the benefits. To learn more, download the document below.
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company's presentation of a construction schedule, site logistics, parking, safety/security, and operating hours for the building of the new North Dorchester High School. For more information, download the presentation below.
Article Courtesy of Bob Zimberoff from Dorchester Banner. Members of the Dorchester County Board of Education, county council, state and local officials and construction contractors officially break ground for the new North Dorchester High School. Download the article below for more information.
October's Wellness Letter is "Just What The Doctor Ordered." Traditionally, doctors haven't had a lot of practical nutrition training. But eating well can help stave off and treat medical conditions--including diabetes, heart disease, and of course, obesity --that affect millons of people and cause untold chronic health problems, not to mention massive health care costs. Download the document below for more information.
The Board of Education has approved our recommendation to adjust the calendar for Thursday, June 9, 2016. Specifically, that day will be an early dismissal for students and a full day for staff.
The Food Service Department would like to remind all parents and guardians that students with negative meal accounts will not be able to charge meals after May 13, 2016. The Cafeterias will continue to accept cash, checks and meal payments at WWW.myschoolbucks.com until the last day of school.
Andre Beulah, C-SDHS Campus Engineer, Named Education Support Professional of the Year On May 15, 2016, Mr. Andre Beulah, Cambridge-South Dorchester Campus Engineer, was named Education Support Professional of the Year for 2016-2017! Mr. Beulah is widely regarded as one of the most outstanding staff members of Dorchester County Public Schools. He is a consummate professional who displays both expertise and empathy in his relationships at the Cambridge-South Dorchester Campus. Mr. Beulah is also known as a team player and consistently goes the extra mile to make the Cambridge-South Dorchester Campus look its best every day. Indeed, Mr. Beulah has…
Dorchester County Department of Social Services is pleased to announce that on June 3-4, DCDSS in partnership with the Dorchester County Board of Education, will be hosting a Fatherhood Roundtable. The attached flyer (download below) will provide you with event details. Additionally, follow the link below to a powerful video entitled "The Power of Dad". It will take you on a father's journey of empowerment. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-fcques-So3YVNsOEswdmIzV2c/view?usp=drive_web
On Wednesday, May 4, 2016, seventy elementary school “Student Mathletes” representing grades 1 through 5 came together at Mace’s Lane Middle School for a chance to compete in the First Annual Dorchester County Public Schools Math 24 Tournament Challenge. Initially, students competed at their individual schools and then each school sent the top 2 grade level representatives to compete for a chance to be crowned the County-Wide Math 24 Grade Level Champion. A total of fourteen students from each grade participated in rounds one and two. From there, the top 8 students advanced to compete in round 3. The final…