Charleston County School District

Charleston County School District

Founded:
1993

Charleston County School District is a school district within Charleston County, South Carolina, that educates roughly 45,000 kindergarten to 12th grade students in 80 schools. In July 2015, Dr. Wikipedia

Charleston County School District

Charleston County School District is a school district within Charleston County, South Carolina, that educates roughly 45,000 kindergarten to 12th grade students in 80 schools. In July 2015, Dr. Wikipedia

Founded:
1993
  • Dec 1 at 3:41 PM
    Congratulations to Jandi Withrow, the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at Charleston Charter School For Math And Science. In her 15th year of teaching Jandi is a passionate educator who works hard to create engaging and meaningful lessons for the scholars. In the course of her career, she has inspired many scholars to pursue careers in science and biomedicine fields. She has also mentored and helped shape many of our educators at CCSMS with her contagious passion for learning and teaching. What Jandi says: I live by the model, students dont care how much you know until they know how much you care. I purposely and deliberately try to spend time during class engaging and interacting with my scholars in ways that are respectful and caring. To me, the best compliment during the school day is to overhear scholars say, is class over already?
  • Dec 1 at 5:16 PM
    Congratulations to Julia Doyle the Teacher of the Year at Pepperhill Elementary Julia is a 2nd Grade teacher and has her BA in Elementary Education from Clemson University. Quote from Julia: "I am continually inspired by my students. When I see students who have struggled on a standard make the connections and understand it, it inspires me to continue to do what I do. My favorite thing about teaching is working on creative activities with my kids in a small group. I love seeing how excited they are about using their creativity-not even realizing how much learning they are doing at the same time! I love it when the students create something in a subject area that demonstrates their understanding of a standard." North Charleston, South Carolina
  • Dec 1 at 0:31 PM
    Congratulations to Jessica Jackson the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year from Charleston Progressive Academy Ms. Jackson joined CPA in 2015 as the school's Guidance Counselor. Prior to joining the CPA Family, she was a third-grade teacher at Bay Haven Charter Academy in Florida. She has a BS degree in elementary education, and current licenses in Texas, Florida, and South Carolina. Ms. Jackson holds an MA in Counseling. She spent 8 years in the classroom where she provided effective classroom management, creative lessons, and highly praised instructional delivery. Since joining Charleston Progressive Academy she has been instrumental in focusing on an emotional environment that benefits not only the students but staff as well. Her personal mission statement is as follows: I aim to provide students with the necessary social and emotional skills needed to become leaders who are able to show empathy, value the differences in others, and possess high self-esteem. Ms. Jackson truly has a counselor's heart and when asked would she be willing to represent CPA as Teacher of the Year, she said, "I would be honored." We the administration, faculty, and staff are honored to have Ms. Jackson represent us.
  • Dec 1 at 2:17 AM
    Gayla Moseley, 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at Buist Academy for Advanced Studies has an impressive resume and the respect from her colleagues as listed below; Mrs. Mosely's philosophy: "Each day my job is to mold my students into citizens who have integrity, self-direction, work ethic, and interpersonal skills that will give them an optimal chance to be successful in life." Gayla Moseley Mrs. Moseley's colleagues: "Mrs. Moseley is an amazing educator that thrives on furthering not only her students education but also her own. She has over twenty years of teaching experience and is a National Board Certified teacher. She holds a B.A. from the College of Charleston in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, a Masters in Early Childhood Education, and an additional certification in Learning Disabilities. She is also currently working towards her gifted and talented endorsement. Mrs. Moseley is a third-grade teacher that has led our school by example. She spends her day not only changing the lives of her third graders but also changing the lives of students, teachers, and parents throughout the school. She is always lending a hand from tutoring children to organizing pep rallies to researching and piloting new programs for teachers. She has led grade-level team meetings and school-wide professional development workshops with support and enthusiasm from the faculty. She takes time to reflect on and revise her teaching, and through modeling, teaches students the same reflective behaviors. She has the gift of inspiring those around her to strive to do better no matter what grade level she teaches. Mrs. Moseley is knowledgeable, reflective, and caring. She is an asset to our school community." Congratulations!

Dec 1, 3:41 PM

Congratulations to Jandi Withrow, the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at Charleston Charter School For Math And Science. In her 15th year of teaching Jandi is a passionate educator who works hard to create engaging and meaningful lessons for the scholars. In the course of her career, she has inspired many scholars to pursue careers in science and biomedicine fields. She has also mentored and helped shape many of our educators at CCSMS with her contagious passion for learning and teaching. What Jandi says: I live by the model, students dont care how much you know until they know how much you care. I purposely and deliberately try to spend time during class engaging and interacting with my scholars in ways that are respectful and caring. To me, the best compliment during the school day is to overhear scholars say, is class over already?

Dec 1, 5:16 PM

Congratulations to Julia Doyle the Teacher of the Year at Pepperhill Elementary Julia is a 2nd Grade teacher and has her BA in Elementary Education from Clemson University. Quote from Julia: "I am continually inspired by my students. When I see students who have struggled on a standard make the connections and understand it, it inspires me to continue to do what I do. My favorite thing about teaching is working on creative activities with my kids in a small group. I love seeing how excited they are about using their creativity-not even realizing how much learning they are doing at the same time! I love it when the students create something in a subject area that demonstrates their understanding of a standard." North Charleston, South Carolina

Dec 1, 0:31 PM

Congratulations to Jessica Jackson the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year from Charleston Progressive Academy Ms. Jackson joined CPA in 2015 as the school's Guidance Counselor. Prior to joining the CPA Family, she was a third-grade teacher at Bay Haven Charter Academy in Florida. She has a BS degree in elementary education, and current licenses in Texas, Florida, and South Carolina. Ms. Jackson holds an MA in Counseling. She spent 8 years in the classroom where she provided effective classroom management, creative lessons, and highly praised instructional delivery. Since joining Charleston Progressive Academy she has been instrumental in focusing on an emotional environment that benefits not only the students but staff as well. Her personal mission statement is as follows: I aim to provide students with the necessary social and emotional skills needed to become leaders who are able to show empathy, value the differences in others, and possess high self-esteem. Ms. Jackson truly has a counselor's heart and when asked would she be willing to represent CPA as Teacher of the Year, she said, "I would be honored." We the administration, faculty, and staff are honored to have Ms. Jackson represent us.

Dec 1, 2:17 AM

Gayla Moseley, 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year at Buist Academy for Advanced Studies has an impressive resume and the respect from her colleagues as listed below; Mrs. Mosely's philosophy: "Each day my job is to mold my students into citizens who have integrity, self-direction, work ethic, and interpersonal skills that will give them an optimal chance to be successful in life." Gayla Moseley Mrs. Moseley's colleagues: "Mrs. Moseley is an amazing educator that thrives on furthering not only her students education but also her own. She has over twenty years of teaching experience and is a National Board Certified teacher. She holds a B.A. from the College of Charleston in Early Childhood and Elementary Education, a Masters in Early Childhood Education, and an additional certification in Learning Disabilities. She is also currently working towards her gifted and talented endorsement. Mrs. Moseley is a third-grade teacher that has led our school by example. She spends her day not only changing the lives of her third graders but also changing the lives of students, teachers, and parents throughout the school. She is always lending a hand from tutoring children to organizing pep rallies to researching and piloting new programs for teachers. She has led grade-level team meetings and school-wide professional development workshops with support and enthusiasm from the faculty. She takes time to reflect on and revise her teaching, and through modeling, teaches students the same reflective behaviors. She has the gift of inspiring those around her to strive to do better no matter what grade level she teaches. Mrs. Moseley is knowledgeable, reflective, and caring. She is an asset to our school community." Congratulations!