ACT PREP SCHEDULE (Excel File)
ACT PREP SCHEDULE (.PDF File)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday

    

 

 SENIOR SUPPLIES FOR GRADUATION

 YOU CAN GO ONLINE TO ORDER: LOWCOUNTRYGRAD.COM

 

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DISTRICT DRESS DOWN THURSDAY, APRIL 16

FOR THE KERMIT TREVOR HUDSON MEMORIAL FUND.

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Track Classic

Saturday, April 25

10 AM until....

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Vote for Connor's Quilts

 

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Band of Blue Simply Sheets Fundraiser
$40 per pack (All Sizes-1800 Thread Count)
  

Order by April 27th

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DISTRICT DRESS DOWN FRIDAY, APRIL 24

FOR THE BACK TO SCHOOL BASH FUND.

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Last Seat Time this school year for Underclassmen Attendance Recovery on April 25. Pay $25 at fee window and take receipt to Mrs. Warner in SHHS to reserve your space.

 

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All juniors will be required to take the ACT and Workkeys assessments this year. The ACT will be given Tuesday, April 28 and the WorkKeys will be given Wednesday, April 29. Please click on the following links for more info:
Why are students taking the ACT?
SC ACT Aspire WorkKeys Parent Flyer


 

   

              

SIC at 6 pm & PTSO at 7 pm on May 5  in room 4113.

 

 A Healthier You...
Plant a Garden for a Healthier You

1. Ensure nutrient-rich produce

 

It goes without saying that it's far easier to know exactly what's in your food if you grow it yourself. By spending a few extra dollars up front for organic soil and fertilizer, you'll ensure healthy, organic produce for your kitchen and you may even save some cash on store-bought organics in the long-run.

 

2. Get happy

 

Most of the wellness benefits of gardening center around giving you a daily excuse to get outside. Studies show a disturbing decrease in nature-based activity among Americans - which means a great deal of us are missing out on the health perks Mother Nature has to offer.

 

3. Boost Vitamin D levels

Fact: Most Americans are Vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D is often known as the "sunshine vitamin," and studies show that it may have protective effects against a laundry list of illnesses, including heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis and cancer.

 

4. Heal faster

If you're under the weather, research shows that a little time in the sun may do you good. A 2005 University of Pittsburgh study found that exposure to natural sunlight actually reduced the length of hospitalization in some patients, decreased mortality rates and also helped with pain management.

5. Think more about your food

When you commit time, effort and money to caring for your plants, you naturally feel a stronger connection to the food they produce than something you just plucked off a grocery store shelf.

 

For the complete article, go to: http://www.earth911.com/living-well-being/health/gardening-health-benefits/4/

 

Wellness Mission Statement
"Encourage best health practices for staff and students at Colleton County High School."

 

New Construction Tech class. teacher at TCTC, Mike Swearingen, has built some beautiful little birdhouses and they are for sale ranging between $10-$20.  Nothing says I Love You like a gift for Mother's Day or Easter, or perks up your spring flower garden like a colorful birdhouse.  Samples are on display in the media center.

They also have gorgeous garden sheds for $250.  Go by TCTC to see their handiwork.

Mike Swearingen  

  

 

 

GRADUATION AT COUGAR STADIUM

9 AM ON SATURDAY, JUNE 6.

 

 

 

 

 ACT 155 Diploma

 Deadline December 15, 2015

 

 

                
Celebrate, Be Thankful...Make a difference!
This is your opportunity to honor the memory of Kermit Trevor Hudson and his love of music through the KTHMF Scholarship Fund established as his living legacy to make a difference in the lives of piano, voice, and audiovisual scholarship recipients for years to come.
Donations for this fund can be made at the Fee Window or https://sites.google.com/site/kermittrevorhudsonmemorialfund/

 

Helpful Websites 

http://www.scfriendlystandards.org

This site provides easy access to families regarding what children should be learning in school each year. These family-friendly standards are organized by grade level and address English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies. The site includes updated content for the Common Core State Standards and is available in English and Spanish. The majority of the content for Common Core on the site was developed by the Council of the Great City Schools.

http://www.cgcs.org/Page/334
Here is a 3-minute video which explains the standards to general audiences as well.
http://www.usatestprep.com/Home

USATestprep is an effective web based technology to improve student test performance. It is available for EOC, SAT and ACT. USATestprep also help with most core content such as ELA, Algebra 1, Algebra 2 etc...
1. Go to www.usatestprep.com
2. Select “Member Login” at the top right corner
3. If your child has never logged in before, create a student profile
            Account ID: colletonsc
            Activation Code: stu3533
4. If your child has logged in before, ask him/her for their login information
            Account ID: colletonsc
5. Login to the site using your student username and password
6. Once logged in, click on the “Getting Started” button on your home page

 

Useful Links
Staff Email
Cougar New Tech
Parent / Student Connect
PowerTeacher
Renaissance Learning
PowerSchool
Educator Handbook
Destiny
Excent Online
Testing
 
Links for Teachers and Staff
TestView / Enrich
 IT Direct
 Kelly Services
Hometown Educational Rewards -- Register Your BONUSCARD® Today!

 

Special Days:
 

 

April 15: Josten's Senior Delivery of Graduation Supplies

April 16: Arts Extravaganza

April 16: Dress Down Kermit Trevor Hudson Memorial Fund
Students $1, Staff $2

April 24: Early Dismissal 12:00 noon for everyone-Rice Festival
Dress Down Back to School Bash Supplies
Students $1, Staff $2

April 25: Rice Festival

April 25: Drug Free Classic

April 28: ACT

April 29: WorkKeys Test

April 30: Fourth Quarter Interims