Students and faculty will be returning to the University of South Carolina campus for the fall semester, but this week, we’re learning about some changes to the calendar that could make the school year feel considerably different from years past.
Coastal Carolina University will welcome students back to campus in the fall following the closing of the university and moving to online learning this spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the president.
On Thursday, AccelerateED, a new task force created by South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman, met to discuss what summer and fall programs might look like for students, facility, and parents.
Coastal Carolina University has applied for the first of two installments of its allocation available through the Cornavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and are awaiting those funds, according to officials.
Sandwiches, salad and now delivery is on the menu for Horry County Schools during the Coronavirus closure. Students could already pick up meals at their schools. Now, they don't even have to go that far for lunch.
In a unanimous vote, the Darlington County School District approved bonuses Friday to all bus drivers and food service employees who are preparing and delivering meal bags to students who are home amid the coronavirus outbreak.
After South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster ordered the closing of all schools across the state due to the threat of the coronavirus, school districts across the Grand Strand and the Pee Dee made plans to provide meals for students.
While there are no confirmed coronavirus cases along the Grand Strand and Pee Dee, officials with Horry County Schools assure the public that they have a plan in case the coronavirus hits the district.