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  • September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!

    Edisto High will have a spirit week Sept. 27-Oct. 1 to help raise awareness of childhood cancers and the impact for fighters and their families!September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month!

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  • Give Blood Wednesday, 22 Sep...

    Our first blood drive of 2021 will be held  Wednesday, 22 Sep.  Get your permission slips ASAP. 

    You must get your permission slips signed by a parent if you are not yet 18. The hospital will take donors who are 16, with parent permission. Bring your photo ID; min weight 110 pounds. Eat and drink plenty of fluids on day of donation. No HIV positive, hepatitus, not currently on antibiotics or blood thinners.  No tattoos or piercings within last year (hepatitus risk). We are asking that anyone who has had the Corona Virus or been exposed to someone with the Corona Virus wait 28 days before donating.  Anyone who has received the Corona Virus vaccine must wait 2 weeks after their second vaccination.  We are still requiring anyone entering the bus to have a face mask on.  

    Give so others may live. We will signoff community service hours for all participants.  We will sign off community service hours for students who donate water, soft drinks, sweet/salty snacks for donors recovering in the library waiting area.  Bring donations to ROTC the week prior.

    See Ms. Metts or Col Davis to sign up.

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  • Coronavirus contact

    Parents and Guardians: This week, we have encountered circumstances in which students are coming to school, despite their close contact to a parent, guardian or other individual living in their home who has tested positive for coronavirus.
    A Household Contact is defined by DHEC as someone who lives in the same household as a known case. Household Contacts are required to quarantine, unless experiencing no symptoms and voluntary proof is provided of full-vaccination status or a diagnosis within the last 90 days of coronavirus.
    Parents and guardians must notify their school’s administrator or school nurse right away should anyone in their home test positive for coronavirus.
    No student or staff member should report to school or work when there is an individual within their home who is COVID-19 positive​, but they should immediately notify their school or supervisor.

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  • 2021-2022 Technology Forms

    AUP Parent/Student Form

    21-22 Instructional Technology Device Contract

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    Orangeburg County School District is hiring five rising 11th grade students who will complete two-year apprenticeships for positions including Accounting Technician, Automotive Technician, Building Maintenance, Communications Specialist, and Information Technology (IT) Technician.
    Automotive Technician Apprentice

    Click HERE for the full article and more information.

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  • 2021-2022 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 

    The revised 2021-2022 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 below.

    21-22 OCSD academic calendar

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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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  • S.M.A.R.T.

    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.