School News

Storm Passes, All Clear for Employee Return to Work

All SCCPSS facilities will reopen Tuesday, August 4, 2020 and the district will operate on it's regular schedule.

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SCCPSS Announces District Closure due to Potentially Dangerous Weather Conditions Associated with Tropical Storm Isaias

Tropical storm impacts could include heavy rain, wind and flooding. As a result, the decision has been made to close all buildings and District facilities on Monday in the interest of safety for our staff.

SCCPSS Announces Virtual Open House Meeting Dates

We'll share class information, learning tips, and provide an opportunity for your child to meet his/her teacher.

Summer Reading and Enrichment Information

Summer Reading and Enrichment Activities for the upcoming school year

Tips to Help Families Create Effective Virtual Learning Environments

Living Rooms to Classrooms: Making The Transition

What is It's Learning

Its Learning is our new online learning management system designed to make teaching and learning accessible to students 24 hours a day

Virtual School Reopening Guidance

This page is intended to provide answers to many of the questions our parents and staff have about our virtual return to school.

Two SCCPSS Students Tapped for Summer Leadership Experience

Bank of America Connects Savannah-Area Youth to Workforce Success Through Paid Virtual Summer Leadership Experience

5 Things You Need to Know About School Uniforms

Uniform policy relaxed for 2020-2021SY

High School Transition

Learning about high school requirements can make your transition easier.

Eleven SCCPSS High School Teachers Named Most Inspirational

The educators, selected by the senior class at each of the public high schools as the “most inspirational," were awarded $500 each.

Virtual Graduation - May 15, 2020

Woodville-Tompkins High School Virtual Graduation 2020.

SCCPSS and Live Oak Public Libraries Partner to Provide Improved Access for Students

The coordination between libraries and schools strengthens the community's commitment to educational achievement and brings together shared efforts to support literacy and lifelong learning.

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