Due to the threat of inclement weather on Friday, January 21, the School District of Newberry County will move instruction to an asynchronous (not live) instruction day. Teachers will post assignments for students to complete, but there will be no live Google Meets on this day. Students will have a five-school-day window of time to turn in eLearning assignments. If assignments are not returned within that five-school-day window, the student may be counted absent for the day. It is expected that we will return to normal schedule on Monday, January 24. If your child has experienced symptoms, been identified as a close or household contact, or tested positive, please remember to report that to the school nurse through the use of the Covid Reporting Link found on the school and district websites. We appreciate your patience and understanding during our eLearning time and look forward to seeing our students on Monday morning.
2 days ago, Carson Ware
The School District of Newberry County Board of Trustees Meeting on January 24, 2022, will be open to the public with a limited seating capacity of 25 attendees. Public forum will be available. The Public Participation Form BEDH-E can be accessed through the district website’s under Board Members and Meetings or at https://bit.ly/NCSD_Part_Form The public may view this meeting at https://www.youtube.com/ncsdliveevents
2 days ago, Richard Knight
With WCFIBER you could be eligible for a discount of up to $30/month toward broadband service. For more information please visit: https://wcfiber.net/acp/
3 days ago, Austin Guy
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with the live broadcast of the Board Meeting. The agenda is posted on https://www.newberry.k12.sc.us/browse/217697.
4 days ago, Carson Ware
The School District of Newberry County is currently experiencing a high number of students and staff impacted by Covid-19. As a result, all schools will shift from in-person instruction to eLearning virtual instruction from Tuesday, January 18 through Friday, January 21. There will be no school-related extracurricular or after school activities from January 18- January 21. Teachers who are not isolated or quarantined will use Google Meet to teach remotely and provide synchronous (live) instruction. The links for Google Meet, assignments, and class schedules, will be listed on the teacher’s page in Schoology. Parents who have questions regarding the requirements for eLearning virtual instruction should contact their child’s school or check their child’s Schoology. Breakfast and lunch for January 18-21 can be picked up at Newberry Middle School, Mid-Carolina High School, or Whitmire Community School between the hours of 10:30 am – 1:00 pm each day. We recognize that a shift of this nature impacts families and child-care, and of course, classroom instruction. However, it has become necessary as we struggle to maintain regular operations due to the high number of student and staff absences as a result of Covid-19. It is our goal to resume in-person learning on Monday, January 24. However, we will monitor the numbers and staff availability and notify parents and staff no later than Friday, January 21, if an extension is warranted. If your student is currently quarantined or isolated, this shift will not impact the length of the quarantine as told to them by the school nurse. The school will follow up with additional information as necessary. You can also follow the most recent updates on the school and district websites and Facebook pages. Again, eLearning instruction for all School District of Newberry County schools will begin on Tuesday, January 18 and will continue through January 21. We genuinely appreciate your patience and understanding as we strive to provide a safe learning environment for students and staff.
6 days ago, Carson Ware
The School District of Newberry County Board of Trustees Special Called Board Meeting on January 18, 2022, will be open to the public with a limited seating capacity of 25 attendees. The public may view this meeting at https://www.youtube.com/ncsdliveevents
9 days ago, Richard Knight
Gallman Elementary shifts to eLearning from January 13-17. This change only affects Gallman Elementary. We are currently experiencing a high number of students and staff who have been excluded from school, and as a result will temporarily shift Gallman Elementary to eLearning. Beginning Thursday, January 13, Gallman Elementary School will temporarily shift all students from in-person learning to eLearning. There will be no school-related extracurricular or after school activities from January 13 through January 17. Virtual parent-teacher conference will continue as scheduled on January 13 and 14. This decision was not taken lightly. We recognize that a shift of this nature impacts families and child care, and of course, classroom instruction. However, it has become necessary as we struggle to maintain regular operations due to the percentage of staff at Gallman Elementary School who are positive, symptomatic, and/or quarantined for Covid-19. There is also a growing number of student absences due to Covid-19. It is our goal to resume in-person learning at Gallman Elementary School on Tuesday, January 18. However, we will monitor the numbers and staff availability over the weekend and notify parents and staff no later than Sunday, January 16, if an extension is warranted.
10 days ago, Carson Ware
Newberry Middle School and Newberry High School will shift to eLearning from January 12-January 17. We are currently experiencing a high number of students and staff who have been excluded from school, and as a result will temporarily shift Newberry Middle and Newberry High to eLearning. There will be no school-related extracurricular or after school activities from January 12 through January 17. Virtual parent-teacher conference will continue as scheduled on January 13 and 14. This decision was not taken lightly. We recognize that a shift of this nature impacts families and child care, and of course, classroom instruction. However, it has become necessary as we struggle to maintain regular operations due to the number of students and staff impacted by Covid-19. is our goal to resume in-person learning at Newberry Middle School and Newberry High School on Tuesday, January 18. However, we will monitor the numbers and staff availability over the weekend and notify parents and staff no later than Sunday, January 16, if an extension is warranted.
11 days ago, Carson Ware
Newberry Elementary shifts to eLearning from January 12-17. This change only affects Newberry Elementary and is due to the percentage of staff who are positive, symptomatic, and/or quarantined for Covid-19. Beginning Wednesday, January 12, Newberry Elementary School will temporarily shift all students from in-person learning to eLearning. There will be no school-related extracurricular or after school activities from January 12 through January 17. This shift to eLearning only applies to Newberry Elementary School. Virtual parent-teacher conference will continue as scheduled on January 13 and 14. This decision was not taken lightly. We recognize that a shift of this nature impacts families and child care, and of course, classroom instruction. However, it has become necessary as we struggle to maintain regular operations due to the percentage of staff at Newberry Elementary School who are positive, symptomatic, and/or quarantined for Covid-19. There is also a growing number of student absences due to Covid-19. It is our goal to resume in-person learning at Newberry Elementary School on Tuesday, January 18. However, we will monitor the numbers and staff availability over the weekend and notify parents and staff no later than Sunday, January 16, if an extension is warranted.
12 days ago, Carson Ware
Following the recent updates from S.C. DHEC on January 10, 2022, the School District of Newberry County has revised its procedures regarding COVID-19 infection or exposure. Changes in these procedures will take effect beginning January 11, 2022 and can be found at bit.ly/3JVDcN9.
12 days ago, Carson Ware
Following the recent updates from S.C. DHEC on January 4, 2022, the School District of Newberry County has revised its procedures regarding isolation and quarantine due to COVID-19 infection or exposure. Changes in these procedures will take effect beginning January 10, 2022 and can be found at https://bit.ly/Covid1-6-22.
16 days ago, Carson Ware
As we get ready to return next week, please be reminded that the COVID-19 reporting links can be found at https://bit.ly/NCSDLinks. If you have tested positive, been identified as a close contact or household contact, or have any COVID-19 symptoms, please complete the link to inform your school nurse.
23 days ago, Carson Ware
The School District of Newberry County is aware of the most recent Tik Tok challenge. There are no known specific threats. However, our administrators and school resource officers are closely monitoring the situation. If anyone has information regarding a threat, please contact law enforcement immediately.
about 1 month ago, Carson Ware
First5SC is a resource provided to families who have children aged 0 to 5 years. To check the services available, visit https://first5sc.org/.
about 1 month ago, Carson Ware
The School District will host a Recruitment Fair on February 12, 2022, at Newberry High School from 9 am - 11 am. Please visit www.teachatnewberry.com to apply.
about 1 month ago, Carson Ware
Recruitment Fair 1
The School District of Newberry County Board of Trustees Meeting on December 13, 2021, will be open to the public with a limited seating capacity of 25 attendees. Public forum will be available. The Public Participation Form BEDH-E can be accessed through the district website’s under Board Members and Meetings or at https://bit.ly/NCSD_Part_Form The public may view this meeting at https://www.youtube.com/ncsdliveevents
about 1 month ago, Richard Knight
December 17 is a Half Day for Students. No lunch will be served to students on this day.
about 2 months ago, Carson Ware
Dec. 17 Dismissal Times
** Mark your calendars** Pre-K and Kindergarten registration will be held February 28, 2022 - March 11, 2022. For additional information on requirements for registration, please contact Dr. Beth Brooks or Ms. Jan Redden at 803-321-2600.
about 2 months ago, Carson Ware
Phone service to the district office has been restored. Thank you for your patience.
2 months ago, Carson Ware
Phone service to the district office is currently unavailable. We are working with our provider to restore this service. Phone service to the schools is not affected at this time.
2 months ago, Carson Ware