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  • Footwork & Fundamentals: 6 Week Soccer Program

    Calling all McCormick area youth athletes! 

    Register for a 6 Week Soccer Program hosted by professional coaches. Ages 6 -18. Begins 10/26!

    About this Event

    6 Week Soccer Program - Begins 10/26.

    Where: 316 McCracken St. McCormick, SC 29835

    (American Legion / McCormick Rec Soccer Fields)

    Mondays / 5:30 - 6:30: Ages 13 - 18 years of age

    Wednesdays / 5:30 - 6:30: : Ages 6- 12 years of age

    AFC: McCormick Rec League, in partnership with McCormick County Recreation, will provide a development program for local youth athletes. Please bring water and wear shin guards. Soccer balls will be provided. Pay $5 for this program and every registered child will receive a ball to keep. REGISTER HERE: https://youthsoccerfall2020.eventbrite.com

    All COVID guidelines in place. Skills and drills will be social distanced. Each participant will use their own ball for the program. Temperatures will be checked.

    Be prepared to sign a required SCYSA form on the first day.

    Questions:

    Heather McNally (864) 602-0331 / heatherlmcnally@gmail.com

    Jonathan West (843) 735-8865 / jonathan.aikenfutbol@gmail.com

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  • Adult Education Options

    McCormick County residents desiring to earn a GED or an Adult Education Diploma may be interested in the following information.

     

    Adult Education Information

    Verification of Withdrawal from School

    Age Waiver

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  • Dear Parents and/or Guardians,
    It is so hard to believe that we are now in the second nine weeks of school, and nearing the end of October. We had a very successful first nine weeks of school, and we are most appreciative for your support and your role in your child’s education.
    As you know, we are still operating on a hybrid model for school, with students attending school on A days or B days. We are also continuing to offer a virtual academy. As we make plans for our second semester of school, it is very important to us to gain your input and feedback.
    Please take a moment to complete the survey below in regards to a return for face-to-face instruction during the second semester of school. We ask that you complete the survey by Thursday, November 5th.
    If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Thank you in advance for your feedback.
     
    Respectfully,
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  • Apply for Afterschool Tutoring

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  • Yearbook Ads for Businesses

    The MHS Yearbook staff is now accepting business ads for the 20/21 yearbook. We hope we can count on your support this year!  Thank you for supporting the MHS yearbook! DO NOT MISS YOUR WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY!

    To reserve your ad space, please fill out this FORM and deliver it and payment made out to McCormick County School District no later than October 31, 2020. You may deliver the form to the high school or email it to Mrs. Brantley, Yearbook Advisor:  jbrantley@mccormick.k12.sc.us

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  • Seniors Planning for College

    McCormick High Seniors, it is time to start working on your post-secondary plans which means beginning the college application process. Seniors, please remember to request letters of recommendation and register for the SAT or ACT, if necessary. You also should be in the process of researching colleges and scholarships.

    Admission deadlines are fast approaching, as well as some national scholarship deadlines. Use websites such as Fastweb.com and Bigfuture.collegboard.org. Create an account on these sites to assist you with your research. Also, contact your school counselor, Mr. Davis can help you through this process.

    Make sure that you check out virtual college tours and scholarships that are listed under the Guidance Department page on the McCormick High website. Class of 2021, know that you are equipped to achieve each and every opportunity that is available to you. GO CHIEFS!!!

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  • Virtual College Application Nights

    Seniors, if you choose to start applying to colleges before our College Application Day, some colleges will be hosting Virtual College Nights where students can log on, ask questions and get assistance directly from the college they are applying to.

    University of South Carolina Columbia/SC CHE sponsored application night is scheduled for next Tuesday, September 22, 2020, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm!

     South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) staff will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about state scholarships and grants!!!

     Register in advance for this meeting:

    https://apply.sc.edu/register/uofscappnight1

     After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

     

    University of South Carolina Upstate/SC CHE sponsored application night is scheduled for next Thursday, September 24, 2020, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm!

    Join Microsoft Teams Meeting
    +1 803-369-7914 United States, Columbia (Toll)
    Conference ID: 718 958 877#

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  • Real-time Tutoring through Tutor.com

    Tutor.com is now available for SC residents through Discus with real-time tutoring from 8 am -10 pm Sunday – Saturday.

    Tutor.com is located on the A-Z list in Discus https://www.scdiscus.org/discus-resources as well as the Grade Level pages.

     About Tutor.com

     The K-12 Student Center includes Live Homework Help, WriteTutor Center, Test Prep Center, and a SkillsCenter Resource Library. Tutors are available with no appointment needed!

     Tutor.com features a variety of resources for students of all ages: 

    • Reading assistance for grades K-7 and grades 8-12 including genres, main idea, points of view, and text structures
    • Math assistance and drop-off for Algebra I & II, Pre-calculus and Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Statistics
    • Science assistance in biology, chemistry, earth science, and physics
    • Writing tutors
    • Computer literacy for Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
    • English assistance including grammar, literature, and vocabulary
    • ESL and ELL for grades K-7 and grades 8-12
    • Social studies – U.S. History, European History, World History, and Civics
    • World languages – French, German, Spanish, and Italian
    • SAT, PSAT, and ACT Test Prep
    • AP Test Prep

     Please contact a school or public library for the username and password for South Carolina residents.

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  • Announcement from the Athletic Director

    Volleyball 

    • 1st home game will be on Thursday Sept. 10 @ 5:30p.m. vs Southside Christian
    • Tickets will be sold at the door - $5.00 each (please bring correct change.) *seating is limited*

     Varsity football

    • 1st home game will be on Friday, Sept. 25 @ 7:30p.m. vs Dixie (tickets will be sold in advance for $8.00.) 

    *tickets will not be sold at the gate. *

     Varsity players will purchase their parent/guardian tickets from Coach Pratt (only 2 tickets per player) 

     High school students can purchase their tickets during their lunch break on Monday and Tuesday prior to the game from Mrs. Talbert or Mrs. Belton in the front office.

    High school teachers/staff can purchase tickets from Mrs. Talbert or Mrs. Belton on Monday and Tuesday prior to the game between 3:00pm & 4:00 pm.

     Middle school faculty, staff, & students can purchase tickets from Ms. Middleton on Monday and Tuesday prior to the game at her designated time.

     Elementary school faculty, staff, & students can purchase tickets from Mrs. Luchey on Monday and Tuesday prior to the game at her designated time.

     All community fans can purchase their tickets from Coach Salliewhite on Wednesday prior to the game in the rear parking lot of the high school from 5:00p.m. To 7:00p.m.

     Contact Coach Salliewhite on Thursday prior to the game for additional ticket availability.

     McCormick county school district staff members will not be allowed into the games for free this year due to limited seating in our gym and football stadium. 

     The athletic department will accept all season passes and high school league passes until stadium or gym capacity is met. 

     *social distancing will be strictly enforced. *

    *mask or face covering is required - no exceptions. *

     

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  • EXPECTATIONS DURING THE PANDEMIC

    • When You Arrive:
      • All students must have temperatures checked before they enter MHS
        • Only three entrances are open in the morning:
          • Front Office Entrance
          • Student Parking Entrance
          • Bus Entrance
        • All students will be asked questions from the CDC
        • If you have a temperature or have COVID 19 symptoms:
          • Parents will be called immediately
          • Students must be picked up ASAP
          • Students will be monitored in the MHS nursing station to remain isolated
          • The nursing station will be sanitized once student is picked up
        • Report to your Breakfast Room
          • The cafeteria is closed. Your breakfast room assignment will be emailed to you this evening. Please check your email this evening.
          • Breakfast will be delivered to the classroom
          • You may bring your own breakfast
            • You may not share your breakfast
          • When discarding your breakfast, use the appropriate trash receptacles.
            • Do not use the classroom trash cans.
            • Do not splatter food on the walls
            • Do not pick up items from another person’s breakfast
          • In the Building
            • Everyone, staff and students, in the building must wear a mask at all times
              • Unless you are eating, of course
            • Everyone, staff and students, are to remain 6 feet apart
              • Walk on the blue lines in the proper direction
                • Stay right
              • Only one person in the restroom at a time
              • All desk need to be wiped down before and after class
                • Do not share books
                • Do not share computers
                • Do not touch anyone
              • No hand to hand paper exchanges
                • Classwork will be virtual or placed on a bin
              • Student Emails
                • Check your student email daily (Especially Friday)
                • Do not attempt to change the username of your email
                  • You may change the password
                • Check your Google classroom for every class
                  • Most teachers have already sent you assignments to your email
                    • Please sign in to your Google classroom today
                  • Dress Code
                    • All students must follow the Uniform Dress Code.
                      • This includes MHS, Lander Dual Enrollment students, Abbeville County Career Center and PTC student when applicable.
                    • Online
                      • When students login to Google classroom virtually from home, please be appropriately dressed.
                        • Do not wear mask
                        • Do not be shirtless
                        • No undergarments
                        • Please have an appropriate background
                        • Do not disrupt the class
                      • Lunch
                        • Lunch will be served in an assigned classroom for each student.
                          • Check your student email this evening for lunch assignments
                        • The cafeteria is closed
                        • Lunch will be delivered to the classroom
                        • You may bring your own lunch
                          • You may not share your lunch
                        • When discarding your lunch, use the appropriate trash receptacles.
                          • Do not use the classroom trash cans.
                          • Do not splatter food on the walls
                          • Do not pick up items from another person’s breakfast
                        • Chromebooks and Laptops
                          • Please come to school with your laptops/Chromebooks charged
                            • We do not have loaner laptops/Chromebooks
                          • Students are not permitted to go to inappropriate sites with the school owned device
                          • Device backgrounds must be appropriate
                        • Cell Phones
                          • Are not to be visible except during lunch and breakfast
                          • Cell phones are to be turned off except during breakfast and lunch
                          • Taking pictures without consent from administration is prohibited

     

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  • PLEASE READ the parent letter from our school nurse

    DHEC GUIDANCE for school attendance

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  • Educational Resources for Parents to Help Your Children at Home

    From Christine Trevillyan at the South Carolina Department of Education
    Educators at the S.C. Department of Education have developed remote learning resources that can be used by teachers across all grade levels. The links and resources included were both developed internally by the Office of Standards and Learning and vetted from outside sources for use by school districts as instructional resources. Resources will continue to be added as they are developed and vetted.
     
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    Board Policy on Exams

     

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  • Students that enter MHS, PTC greenwood, PTC McCormick or Abbeville career must follow the uniform dress code policy.

    No hoodies are to be worn in the building at any time.

    All pullover sweatshits or jackets that come over the head must be solid, red, black or white.

    All pullover sweatshirts or jackets must be worn with a polo or button-down shirt underneath.

    Students are not to wear do-rags, hats, caps, headbands, sweatbands or any head covering.

    Please review the student dress code, board policy JICA-R, in the handbook for students and parents.

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  • Safety 1st The following safety measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of all athletic attendees:

    • Gates will open 2 hours prior to kickoff
    • Metal detectors will be used at all entrances
    • Clear Bag Rule strictly enforced
    • No weapons allowed including pocket knives of any size and weapons carried with a permit
    • No ilegal drugs or alcoholic beverages    

    Thank you for your cooperation with these procedures!  We appreciate your continued support of our schools and school district!

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Our Vision and Mission

  • Our Vision

    Inspiring, challenging and preparing our students for tomorrow’s global opportunities

    Our Mission 

    The mission of McCormick County Schools is to provide a quality education for every student.
      
    We Exceed, No Excuses, No Exceptions!

    It's a great day to be ...... A CHIEF! 

     

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School Information

  •  Welcome to the Home of the Chiefs of McCormick High School!  

    GO BIG RED!!!

      
    Chief Head
     
     
    GOOD, BETTER, BEST, NEVER LET IT REST, UNTIL GOOD IS BETTER AND BETTER IS BEST!

     

     MHS

                 
     
     
     DIRECTIONS TO OUR SCHOOL:
     
    FROM GREENWOOD: HWY 10 TO HWY 221 SOUTH TO MCCORMICK.  TURN LEFT ONTO HWY 28 SOUTH (HARDEE'S RESTAURANT); FOLLOW HIGHWAY 28 APPROX 4 MILES TO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX ON THE RIGHT.
     
    FROM ABBEVILLE:  HWY 28 SOUTH TO MCCORMICK.  KEEP STRAIGHT AT INTERSECTION OF HWY 28 @ HWY 221/378; FOLLOW HWY 28 APPROX. 4 MILES TO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX ON THE RIGHT.
     
    FROM AUGUSTA:  FOLLOW HWY 28 NORTH THRU PLUM BRANCH.  CONTINUE APPROX. 2 MILES TO EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX ON LEFT.
     
    MCCORMICK HIGH SCHOOL
    6981 HIGHWAY 28 SOUTH
    MCCORMICK, SC 29835
     
     
     
     
     
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