The SCUSD Volunteer Program believes that parents, grandparents, neighbors and community partners have a wealth of ideas and talents to share with our students and our schools. Volunteers help foster stronger school/community relationships by creating a common ownership in the success of our schools and demonstrate the importance of community service to our students.
The violence and tragedy of Charlottesville was watched by children as well as adults. Adults find the emotions of loss, anger and sadness difficult to deal with. For children dealing with those same feelings can be overwhelming.
Our office of Support Services compiled some tips to help parents through this time if their students are having difficulty in the aftermath of the West Va. horror. They advise being a good listener, reassuring, truthful and loving.
To review the full list of tips, please click below to expand.
With two weeks to go until the first day of school, the district is pleased to report it has filled over 96 percent of its teaching positions and is continuing to fill positions daily. Despite a nationwide and statewide teacher shortage, SCUSD is faring better than most districts in its teacher recruitment efforts.
November is National Adoption Awareness Month, an initiative of the Children’s Bureau with a goal to increase national awareness and bring attention to the need for permanent families for children and youth in the foster care system.