Educate Chatham Foundation News

SCCPSS Schools to Continue with Virtual Learning January 11th Due to Community Spread of COVID-19

SCCPSS students will continue Virtual Learning on January 11th and remain in that Learning Mode until at least one of three COVID-19 community spread indicators moves out of the red zone for 14 days.

SCCPSS Teacher Tapped for Extraordinary Educator Award

Curriculum Associates Names Extraordinary Educators

Kroger Donates Gift Cards to Teachers

Gift Cards Donated to Teachers of the Year

Savannah Arts Academy Grad Receives Scholarship

The Eichholz Law Firm Awards Scholarship

Pittman Enterprises Donates to Technology Campaign

Local auto dealerships provide funds for student technology

SCCPSS Virtual Instruction Model to Continue

Based on the most recent data, it does not appear that the pandemic is slowing at a rate fast enough to return to in-person teaching and learning by September 8, 2020.

The Links Donate to Technology@Home Campaign

Chapter continues to make an impact in the local community

Bank of America Donates to Technology@Home Campaign

Funds Will Support Student Success in Online Learning

itsLearning Management System: A Sneak Peek for Students and Parents!

This is an opportunity to see and experience the online learning platform before the official site opens on August 19, 2020.

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