Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

 

SCCPSS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidelines and Updates

The latest guidelines and information on how the COVID-19 Pandemic is affecting the school district is posted here. Further information will be posted on this page as needed, so we encourage you to check back regularly.

SCCPSS Summer Reading & Enrichment

While not required, students are strongly encouraged to stay engaged with learning through Summer Reading and Enrichment Activities. Guidelines are included for all grades, but high school students should contact their school for specific assignments.

Help Provide Digital Devices to Students

Help Provide Digital Devices to Students

Schools have transitioned to online learning and we want to make sure every student who needs a device has access to one. Donations will be used to help fund the purchase of devices provided to students for completing their online classes

 District News

SCCPSS Calendar Modifications Recommended for 2020-21 SY

Based on the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19, the District seeks to delay the start of the 2020-2021 school year by two weeks with the first day of instruction occurring on Wednesday, August 19, 2020.

SCCPSS School Nutrition Program Awarded $100,000 Farm to School Grant

The award will be used to implement increased use of local produce by scaling up the District's current school garden program into targeted schools with a high proportion of children who are eligible for free or reduced meals.

State Launches Internet Speedtest Pilot for Schools

Making the internet better and faster for everyone through internet performance testing

5 Things You Need to Know About School Uniforms

Uniform policy relaxed for 2020-2021SY

SCCPSS Unveils New E-Learning Academy for the 2020-21 School Year

The application process for the Savannah-Chatham E-Learning Academy is open now and can be accessed through the school's website at: elearning.sccpss.com

SCCPSS Earns Rising STAR Award for Promising Practices

Evaluators say the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System has demonstrated excellence in the implementation of a comprehensive MTSS/RtI program as part of its district improvement process and has achieved notable results.

Board Approves the FY21 Millage Rate with No Increase

Did you know...? Millage rate remains flat for FY21

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