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  • Dear Greyhound Family,

    As a school team, we wanted to provide our students with access to additional academic support and have decided to extend our academic day. Therefore, beginning on Monday, November 14, 2022, you can drop your students off at the regularly scheduled time. We will provide intervention/tutoring from 7:55 am-8:25 am, with the instructional day starting at 8:30 am. Likewise, we will extend the day and dismiss students at 3:30 pm.

    This school schedule adjustment will not impact morning bus pick-up times but could slightly impact afternoon bus drop-off times. We will communicate any additional information over the next few days, but I wanted to share this information with you as soon as the decision was approved. We know that extending the day will ensure that we are here and available to support your students to perform academically at the highest level.

    As always, thank you for supporting our students and have a great greyhound day!

    Dear Parents and Guardians:
    Please note the following schedule for iReady testing:
    *December 1 & 2 - SPED
    *December 2 - Magnet (Reading)
    *December 5 & 6 - 6th grade (Reading) & Magnet (Math)
    *December 7 & 8 - 6th grade (Math) 7th grade (Reading)
    *December 8 & 9 - 7th grade (Math)
    * December 8 & 9 - 8th grade (Reading and Math)
    Please make sure students get a good night's sleep, eat a good breakfast, and arrive at school on time!
    We thank you, as always, for your support!

    We are excited to have the students back in our classrooms and hallways filling them with energy and enthusiasm for learning!
    Click HERE for the Parent Letter with information about School Uniforms, Registration, Open House, and First Day of Classes.
    You can click HERE for the School Supply List too.

    A William J. Clark Middle School Art Student Graphic Design is Featured on the Cover of a National Publication, called "Talking Point".
    Bianca Moncrieffe, a seventh-grade art student at William J. Clark Middle School, has her graphic design featured on the cover of the current edition of Talking Points, a publication of Literacies and Languages for All (LLA). Talking Points helps promote literacy research and the use of whole language instruction in classrooms. It provides a forum for parents, classroom teachers, and researchers to reflect on literacy and learning.
    Ms. Malissa Wright, an art teacher, and the rest of the Greyhound family congratulate Bianca for this tremendous honor.

    Greetings William J. Clark Supporters,
    You must purchase tickets digitally to attend any OCSD athletic event. Please click here to purchase tickets.
    Thank you in advance for your encouragement and understanding.



    Click HERE to access the oral care services provided by the Health Promotion Specialists. This company will provide teeth cleaning and sealants or protective fillings, if necessary. Scan the QR code on the form to give consent for your Greyhound(s) to receive services.
    oral care

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    Each middle and high school student of Orangeburg County School District must have a see-through bookbag as mandated by the Superintendent. Students are not allowed to carry cloth bookbags around schools. Please consider purchasing a see-through bookbag for your student if he/she is in need. 

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    We are pleased you have decided to enroll your child in an Orangeburg County School District school. We are, once again, offering online student registration and are pleased to be able to continue this time-saving service for families. Families who prefer, may obtain a paper registration packet from the school.

    Go to www.ocsdsc.org/enrollment, which will take you to the links for those who are new to Orangeburg County and also for our returning students.

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    WJ Clark receives the South Carolina Gardening Grant
    Pictured are, from left, Elease Dantzler, Taneshia Graham, and Avia Collins.
    Click "T&D article" to read all about the S.C. School Gardening Grant.

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    The new 2022-2023 Calendar is here! We hope that you will find the information informative and helpful.
    Should you wish to print our Academic Calendar, you can get the printable version by clicking the Calendar image below.
    22-23 calendar rv 10-11-22

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    Orangeburg County Public School District offers 4K to qualifying students as a Child Early Reading and Development Education Program (CERDEP) partner. To apply for 4K, you may pick up a registration packet at the Primary or Elementary School in your attendance zone, or download the application using the information on our 4K webpage

    Pre-k kindergarten registration

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    If you suspect that your child may have a disability, please contact our Assistant Superintendent for Student Services, Dr. Liana Calloway at (803) 533-6550 or liana.calloway@ocsdsc.org. OCSD's Child Find Team is here to help screen and evaluate children, ages 3-21, who may have a disability and are not receiving services.

    Child Find

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    Welcome to our school website! Our hope is that this will be your go-to source for updated information and that you will find our site as informative as it is beautiful. This site will continuously be improved and updated in order to meet the needs of our students, parents/guardians, and staff. 

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    S.M.A.R.T. is a partnership that puts much-needed remote access to medical care in the hands of each OCCSD family. Simply click the S.M.A.R.T. logo above, or click on the app, which appears on all district-issued devices, to be connected to a webpage of telehealth providers offering virtual health services to families.