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Beyond the Basics October 12

SCSBA invites you to an advanced level of training guaranteed to get those mental gears turning. Beyond the Basics is an intense, one-day seminar that will focus on a single trending education topic or issue, one that may be tough, even contentious. Find out more.

Policy webinar October 4

Join SCSBA Policy and Legal Services staff for a Q&A webinar to review policy highlights for the 2017-2018 school year. Topics you may have questions about include education related legislation, case law, state and federal regulations, agency guidance documents, or model policies and rules that were included in the 2017 Policy and Legislative Update.

Partner with us

SCSBA Associate Members and President’s Club Members allow SCSBA to expand services to school boards and provide invaluable statewide training and networking opportunities for the district leadership teams who work on behalf of South Carolina’s public school children.

Your membership demonstrates your support of public schools and those who serve them.

  • Download the Associate Membership brochure here.
  • Download the President’s Club flyer here.
  • For more information, please contact Sandy Poole.
Superintendent search: Clover School District

The Clover School District (Clover, SC) has retained the South Carolina School Boards Association to assist in the search for the new superintendent. The Board of Trustees invites applications and nominations for the position. Application deadline: November 14, 2017

2017 Regional Advocacy Meetings

Mark your calendar and make plans to attend one of this year’s SCSBA Regional Advocacy Meetings. Meetings will take place: August 30 in Marion County, September 6 in York County, September 27 in Dorchester County, September 28 in Richland County and October 11 (NEW DATE) in Anderson County. Please plan to attend the meeting that best fits your schedule. 

Registration is now open. To register online, please click here.

2017 Risky Business October 25-27

The Risky Business Seminar features information on programs and strategies school districts can take to reduce the risks of workplace accidents and other liabilities.

Extraordinary things happening in our public schools

Let’s share the innovative programs in our communities, from the smallest to the largest school districts, across the state and about the dauntless and bold actions of educators – teachers, administrators, superintendents, and school board members – that help prepare students for the future.

Visit the new Stand Up 4 Public Schools website and take The Pledge, to express your support for public schools! Then share your support on social media.

Visit the Stand Up 4 Public Schools Facebook page and Twitter page to learn more.