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Additional Wi-Fi Locations

Additional Wi-Fi Locations

Check out our eLearning page for up to date Wi-Fi locations near you.

Student Meals

Student Meals

Meals will be made available for students in grades k-12 starting March 19, 2020. A pick-up line will be set up from 8:00AM-9:00AM. Meals will also be delivered at...

eLearning to Begin Thursday March 19th

eLearning to Begin Thursday March 19th

Check out our district eLearning page at www.gwd51.org for more details.

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Events

Wed, Mar 11 - Mon, Apr 6
Fri, Apr 17 , 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Mon, Apr 20 , 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Thu, Apr 23
Sat, Apr 25
Thu, May 7 , 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Fri, May 8 , 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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LIVE FEED

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

5 days ago

Today Gov. McMaster announced that SC schools will be closed through April 30. Our state superintendent will be providing guidance on student work soon, relaxing course and time requirements. We want students to continue learning but not be overwhelmed. More info coming soon!

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

10 days ago

Free breakfast and lunch for children ages 18 and under can be picked up from 8-9AM at the WSH cafeteria, behind the high school. Buses will deliver meals throughout the district starting at 8AM. We will serve any child! Stand outside to flag us down if not a regular bus rider. view image

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

11 days ago

Beginning 3-19-20 WSSD51 will provide free breakfast and lunch to children. Meals can be picked up at regular bus stops or students may pick up their meals from 8-9 AM. Pick up location is the WSH cafeteria, behind the high school. Children must be present to receive meals. view image

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

16 days ago

The Early Release Day, scheduled for March 25, has been moved to next Wednesday, March 18 to allow time for teachers to do emergency lesson plans. The State Dept. is requiring 2 weeks of plans in case DHEC orders schools closed due to the Coronavirus. We want to be prepared!

Paul Anderson

Paul Anderson

about 1 month ago

#CountMeinSC The U.S. Census, which is conducted every 10 years, directly impacts federal funding every year for schools and communities in South Carolina. This funding impacts special education, teacher training, technology, school lunch assistance, Head Start and after-school programs. According to the Count All Kids Campaign, more than two million young children nationally were missed in the 2010 census. If we undercount children in the 2020 census, South Carolina could miss out on funding for the programs our students depend on. By April 1, 2020, every home will receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. You will have three options for responding: Online. By phone. By mail. For more information, visit https://www.uwasc.org/census-2020-0 . view image

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