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Camp Exploration Amazing Automation 2016
Posted on 05/11/2016
NETC’s Camp Exploration: Amazing Automation is a wonderful opportunity for students to increase their awareness of automation processes and the impact that technology continues to make in the workforce. The cost to attend is $25 per student. Click Read More for additional information.  READ MORE...
CDF FREEDOM SCHOOLS SUMMER REGISTRATION ANNOUNCEMENT
Posted on 05/10/2016
Registration for the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom Schools program will be Tuesday, May 17, 2016 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in Northeastern Technical College computer lab at the rear of the Marian Wright Edelman Public Library. The program will serve students in grades K – 12th. Students will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Please call 843-479-5310 if you have any questions. Please click Read More to view the Recruitment Flyer.   READ MORE...
Art Show
MCSD First Annual Arts Show
Posted on 04/14/2016
The Marlboro county School District's first annual art show was held at Marlboro County High School the evening of April 12th. Art from all schools and grade levels in the county was on display in the Commons Area. The event was very successful thanks to the wonderful talent of all the students and their teachers. Click Read More to view the Art Show Photo Gallery.   READ MORE...
Summer 2016 Employment Opportunities
Posted on 04/14/2016
Marlboro County School District will be offering summer learning programs. Anyone interested in applying should email Ms. Teresa Battle by April 19 indicating for which program you are applying. Please click Read More for additional information.   READ MORE...
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Students Participate in SC 4-H Engineering Challenge
Posted on 04/13/2016
Jontavius Loyd, Tyqueshis Bridges, Fredrick McCray, and Joey McCray of Marlboro County High School proudly display their trophy after winning 1st place in the “Mystery Challenge” during the 2016 SC 4-H Engineering Challenge held at Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College in Orangeburg, SC on April 9, 2016.  READ MORE...
Assessment
End of the Year Assessment Dates
Posted on 04/06/2016
A listing of all end-of-the-year assessments for all schools and grade levels is included in the attached document under Read More.   READ MORE...
Veterans Luncheon
Marlboro County High School Conducts First Annual Veterans Luncheon
Posted on 11/16/2015
The administration, staff, and student leaders of Marlboro County High School (MCHS) conducted the first annual Veterans Day Luncheon on Thursday November 12th starting at noon in the school’s commons area. The purpose of the luncheon was to recognize community veterans for their selfless service and dedication to our great nation during their times of active and or reserve/National Guard service. Accompanying the veterans were their proud family members who were primarily future graduates of the high school.   READ MORE...
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MCHS Student Leaders Attend Harbor Leadership Summit
Posted on 11/16/2015
Over fifty future graduates of Marlboro County High School who serve in leadership roles attended the Harbor Leadership Summit at River Bluff High School located in Columbia, South Carolina, October 26, 2015. The Harbor by Jostens and renowned youth speaker Mike Smith teamed up to lead series of high school leadership conferences throughout North America.   READ MORE...
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Marlboro County School District Teacher-of-the-Year Attends Forum
Posted on 11/16/2015
Angela Branton; Marlboro County School District Teacher-of-the-Year spent three days at the SC Teacher Forum in Myrtle Beach November 11-13, 2015. Branton spoke of the enjoyment that she had while involved in the activities and fellowship with 84 District Teachers-of-the-Year from across the state. She gained valuable insight into educational leadership. She also had the opportunity to meet and work with other teacher leaders from all over the state.   READ MORE...
Cait Clark
BPS Teacher Accepted Into National Fellowship
Posted on 11/16/2015
Cait Clark, a first grade teacher at Bennettsville Primary School, was recently selected as a Propel Fellow as part of Teach for America’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) Initiative. The fellowship program focuses on professional development within Early Childhood Education networks and developing leadership within the field of Early Childhood.   READ MORE...
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Marlboro County School District announces the 2015-2016 District Teacher-of-the-Year
Posted on 08/20/2015
The Marlboro County School District is proud to announce the district winner for this year’s Teacher-of-the-Year award. The Teacher-of-the-Year for each school and the district is usually recognized at the Marlboro County School District Convocation. The teacher is selected by committee to represent Marlboro County School District in vying to be State Teacher-of-the-Year. To choose district Teacher-of-the-Year among the outstanding teachers is an immeasurably difficult task.   READ MORE...
Kelly
Kelly Educational Staffing for Substitutes
Posted on 06/16/2015
Kelly Educational Staffing (KES) is currently recruiting for substitute teachers, substitute aides, substitute clerical, substitute food service and substitute custodians for the Marlboro County School District. KES is a complete education staffing solution.   READ MORE...

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FollettShelfEach local school Library Media Center now offers a collection of FollettShelf eBooks available to read as a guest or with your teacher or student Destiny account username and password.  Contact your school media specialist for account information.