2014 Statements of Belief and Legislative Priorities
Our 2014 Statements of Belief and Legislative Priorities is now available for download from the Issues and Actions page.
Win a free School Law Conference registration!
Vote June 10 and you can enter to win a free registration to SCSBA’s School Law Conference (open to SCSBA school board members only). All you have to do to enter is take a photo of yourself with your “I Voted” sticker and upload it using the SCSBA app by no later than noon on Wednesday, June 11 as follows:
- If you haven’t already done so, download the free SCSBA app to your smart phone (available in the Apple and Google Play Store),
- Open the “Events” tab and open the “June 10 Democratic, GOP Primaries” event,
- Find the Gallery tab, upload a picture of yourself wearing your “I Voted” sticker and type your name and school district in the caption no later than noon on Wednesday, June 11.
- SCSBA will draw a name from those who enter the contest
In the app, you will also find links to our new education votes 2014 webpage with lots of helpful information on the elections including candidates, how to vote absentee, new photo ID rules and more.
As a leading voice for local public schools, the individual school board member’s visibility in front of our state lawmakers is important.
Education votes 2014
The outcome of the 2014 statewide elections could dramatically impact public education in South Carolina. Find out what you can do to influence the outcome here.
Allendale County Schools
The Allendale County Schools board of trustees has retained the South Carolina School Boards Association to assist in the search for the new superintendent. Find out more on our Superintendent Searches page.