New! Introducing the SCSBA Sharing Hub
The SCSBA Sharing Hub is a place for board members to share successful programs, initiatives and ideas. Click here to join the SCSBA Sharing Hub Facebook group. Once you “join the group,” you will be able to make posts, attach files and share photographs and videos that will help others understand the great programs happening in your district. The sharing hub is an idea that was developed by SCSBA President Wesley Hightower and SCSBA staff as a place for board members to collaborate, with the goal of expanding opportunities for all students. School Board members, school districts staff, Associates and Affiliates are encouraged to join.
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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.
March 8 and April 12, 2018
NEW LOCATION: Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
As leading voices for public schools, the visibility of local school board members advocating for the students, teachers and parents in their district is so important. SCSBA’s lobbying days brings local school board members and other public education advocates from across the state to the State House for face-to-face meetings with House and Senate lawmakers to advocate for a variety of key education issues including funding reform, flexibility and local control.
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Download SCSBA’s new guide to school board member roles and responsibilities here.
Superintendent search: Williston 29
The Williston 29 School District has retained the South Carolina School Boards Association to assist in the search for the new superintendent. The Board of Trustees of the Williston 29 School District invites applications and nominations for the position. The anticipated date of hire is July 1, 2018. Application Deadline: February 19, 2018