Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

 District News

SCCPSS 4-Year Cohort Graduation Rate Continues to Rise

The SY2017-18 graduation rate is 86.6% - a 2.3 point jump over the previous year.

Audition Prep Being Offered for 5th Grade SCCPSS Students Planning to Audition for Garrison Middle School Arts Programs

The Garrison School for the Arts fine arts’ faculty has developed a series of workshops directed at helping students prepare for their middle school audition.

SCCPSS Administration Announces Planned October 8 Make-up Day

SCCPSS Administration has designated October 8th as a recommended make-up day.

Classes to Resume for SCCPSS Students on Monday

All facilities will reopen and classes will resume on Monday, September 17, 2018.

REMINDER No School for SCCPSS Students Friday and District Central Office Closed to Public

The Districts Central Office facility located at 208 Bull Street will be closed to the public on Friday, September 14th.

SCCPSS Schools to Close Friday Due to Potential Severe Weather Conditions Associated with Hurricane Florence

There will be no school for students on Friday, September 14th, 2018, due to potential severe weather conditions associated with Hurricane Florence.

SCCPSS Monitoring Weather - No Change Anticipated to School Schedules

All schools are expected to remain open and on their regular operational schedule this week.

STEM Education Opportunity for SCCPSS Students!

It’s a yearlong STEM project related to community problems.

SCCPSS Monitoring Weather - No Change to School Schedule at this Time

Savannah-Chatham County Public School Officials are closely monitoring the track of Hurricane Florence.

SCCPSS Seeks Community Input for School Safety Taskforce

Four meetings in September will solicit recommendations and feedback to improve safety and security in SCCPSS schools.

Kristen Horan Named Student of the Month - August 2018

Kristen Horan Named Student of the Month for August 2018

Gould Elementary 21st Century Named Best SCCPSS Program for 2017-18 School Year

Gould Elementary's 21st Century Program received Certificates of Excellence in a number of areas.

Gould Elementary Students and Staff Collect and Deliver Books for Tornado Damaged Marshpoint Classrooms

On Friday, August 17, 2018, there were smiles all around as Gould teachers and administrators delivered donated books to the students and teachers at Marshpoint Elementary School!

Savannah High Student Lauded as Hero After Saving Neighbor from Fire

Seventeen year old Taequan Mitchell received a plaque on Tuesday, August 21, 2018 from Savannah Fire Chief Charles Middleton.

Coastal Georgia Comprehensive Academy Hosts Seminar to Give Law Enforcement Advice for Interacting with Autistic Citizens

The visit gave officers the opportunity to learn about and, in a tour following the information session, to see a variety of behaviors that they may encounter when dealing with a citizen who has an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Comcast Surprises 100 SCCPSS Students with Laptops at Digital Literacy Rally

​​There were smiles all around at Butler Elementary School on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 as Comcast partnered with SCCPSS to host a digital literacy assembly.

Applications for SY 2018-19 Free/Reduced Lunch Available for SCCPSS Families

SCCPSS families who receive free/reduced lunch must reapply each year to maintain their recipient status.

Woodville Tompkins Technical and Career High School Partners with J.W. Fanning Institute for Leadership Program

Woodville Tompkins Technical and Career High School has partnered with the J.W. Fanning Institute to provide a robust leadership program for students, faculty, and staff during the 2018-2019 school year.

Back-to-School Showcase

SCCPSS Invites you to our Back-to-School Showcase at Savannah Mall.

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