Berkeley Parents Network, based in Berkeley, California, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit network for parents who live in the San Francisco Bay Area. • Founded in 1993.
Welcome to Berkeley Township School District. We are the home to four elementary schools, with students from preschool through sixth grade. We pride ourselves in delivering the best education possible to our students. We will provide every student with a safe, supportive, inclusive and collaborative learning environment.
The Student Parent Center is committed to the holistic support and success of a highly motivated population of undergraduate and graduate students who are engaged scholars, as well as devoted parents at UC Berkeley.
The Berkeley County Board of Education meets the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. in the Boardroom located at 107 E. Main Street in Moncks Corner (except as noted on October 26 and March 8). Board meetings are open to the public and citizens are encouraged to attend.
Welcome to Berkeley Parents Network! Berkeley Parents Network (BPN) is an online nonprofit network for parents who live in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Parents use BPN to exchange advice and recommendations with other parents, and find childcare, schools, camps, and classes. It is free for local parents to subscribe. BPN also accepts paid Community Subscriptions from schools, camps, childcare providers, and other kid-related services that want to publicize their programs on BPN.
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Please see the Virtual or Remote Instruction information in the Safe Return Plan Revised 10-27-21.
To enroll your child for school for the 2021-2022 school year, visit our Pupil Registration page!
Please read the information regarding Educational Equity and Critical Race Theory .
School counselors play a vital role in Berkeley County schools, and as we continue to face challenges caused or magnified by the ongoing pandemic, the contributions of school counselors are more important than ever.
When Zackery Evans talks about Hanahan Elementary, it is evident that he is big on forming relationships – not just with his students, but with the teachers he works with.
Several Berkeley County School District student-athletes signed letters of intent for collegiate athletics on Wednesday, February 2, as a part of National Signing Day.
Kristina Brooks, Child Care Program Manager for Berkeley County School District, is now officially part of a new statewide cohort geared toward enriching before and after-school care programs in public school districts.
Named after the late painter who rose to prominence in the early 1980s, Bob Ross Day at Philip Simmons Middle was the brainchild of visual arts teacher Lexie Benardot, who organized the event to help her students feel inspired and get in the spirit of making art.
Per guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), exposure occurs if a person has been in close contact (within six feet) for greater than or equal to 15 minutes with a person with COVID-19 over a 24-hour period.
Maggie Infinger and Dominique Ford are two social workers in Berkeley County School District. The two share how the pandemic has affected their work and students' mental health, and how they are still powering through despite the hardships.