• In response to new regulations issued by the United States Department of Education, we wanted to make sure you are aware of our new Title IX policies and procedures:

    McCormick County School District Title IX Coordinator:

     Dr. Suzanne Larsen 

     821 North Mine Street

    McCormick, SC 29835



    McCormick County School District, as required by Title IX of the Education amendments of 1972 and its corresponding regulations ("Title IX"), does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education programs or activities. Title IX prohibits gender-based harassment, which, may include acts of verbal, nonverbal or physical aggression, intimidation, or hostility based on sex even if those acts do not involve conduct of a sexual nature. The District prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of sex or gender in all of its programs and activities by its employees, students or third parties.


    Any inquiries should be directed to Dr. Suzanne Larsen, our Title IX Coordinator.

     Grievance Procedures:

     Please see policies JIAB and GBAB to:

    1. a) learn how to file or report sexual harassment/discrimination complaints
    2. b) learn how to file a formal complaint on sexual harassment
    3. c) learn how the district will respond to reports 

    These policies can be viewed by visiting and looking on the Human Resources Page (Under “Departments”)

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  • Dr. Hembree's goals for MCSD as well as instructional supports for each school.

    Click HERE.

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  • Health fair

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    Every family needs to fill out the survey below!

    This survey will help us determine where hotspots need to be placed to aid in virtual learning.

    Please click the link below:

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    The South Carolina General Assembly has approved funding for five additional days before the start of the 2020-2021 school year for students in grades Pre-K through 8th grade. These days have been identified as Learn, Evaluate, Analyze and Prepare (LEAP). Please note there are no LEAP days for 9th through 12th grade students.  
    All current social distancing guidelines will be followed. Your child may wear a mask. This is especially encouraged for older students, but is not mandatory. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Bus transportation will be provided if needed.

    We will use the LEAP days to focus on the following for all students:

    • Orienting students with new teacher(s)
    • Diagnostic and assessment activities
    • Social and emotional connections with peers and staff
    • Establishing routines and procedures relating to Covid-19 (ex: social distancing)  
    While we have already invited selected students in grades K4-8, we would like to extend the invitation to anyone in these grade levels who would like to participate. If you are interested in your child attending and did not receive a letter, please contact your child's principal. 
    The students will attend August 3-7 from 8 am - 12 pm.
    If you are taking part in the extended invitation, your child will be assigned one day to participate in the program. 
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  • Information about the Start of School

    Last week, a special called board meeting was held to discuss the reopening of school.  Three different calendars were presented, and our school board of trustees voted to approve Calendar A.  This means that all teachers and staff will report back to work on Monday, August 10th, and the first official day of school will be Monday, August 17th for students.  While we are monitoring DHEC numbers closely, our current plan is to open school with a hybrid model.  This means that students will attend school on Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays for face-to-face instruction, and will receive virtual instruction on the off days.  Fridays will be utilized for remediation, enrichment and deep cleaning of our buildings to ensure the health and safety of our students, teachers and staff.  If you are unsure of which days your child has been assigned to attend school in our hybrid model, please contact your child’s principal.  Please note that we are also offering a virtual academy for any families that do not feel comfortable in sending their children back to school for face-to-face instruction.  If you need more information regarding our virtual academy, please contact your child’s school.  Lastly, please note that our plan for reopening school remains fluid. Our top priority is to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We will look forward to seeing all of our Chiefs back soon!

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  • Calendar

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  • School NewsSchool News

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  • PLEASE READ the parent letter from our school nurse

    DHEC GUIDANCE for school attendance

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  • letter to parents

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  • From Coach Salliewhite, AD

    I would like to inform everyone that effective immediately all McCormick County Athletics are suspended until further notice. There is a level of uncertainty with the number of  COVID-19 cases in surrounding areas increasing daily. As athletic director, I want to protect my coaches and student athletes to the best of my ability. I hope each of you understand and respect this decision from the athletic department. However, I will revisit this decision on July 13th and make a sound decision with everyone in mind. I am going to take the next week to evaluate the COVID-19 cases and how other athletic departments are moving forward.


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  • Mrs. Bagley says Goodbye and Thank You to Chieftain Hill:


    Video to McCormick

    Thank You


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  • LeadershipVisionaryAward

    Mrs. Bagley was presented with the Leadership and Visionary Award at the June 15, 2020 Board Meeting. This is an award that will continue annually being presented to a leader showing extraordinary leashership and vision toward our district goals. We appreciate the extraordinary leadership and vision you brought to McCormick, Mrs. Bagley!

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  • Foundation

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  • Literacy Opportunities for our Youngest

    Click HERE for an informational video about the TEXT TO READ program.

    T2R    t2r

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  • Click the picture below to access the Report to the Community 2020

    Report 2020

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  • ABC Project is partnering with South Carolina Afterschool Alliance to offer arts and arts integration lessons every Friday in May. Please share with students and families who may be interested in attending. Individuals and organizations interested in offering a lesson/ activity/ work session, please contact the ABC Project at


    All the details for our first Artful Friday (May 8) can be found by clicking here:  Artful Fridays

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    Thank you McCormick County School District employees for all that you do every day!




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  • Would you like information about McCormick County School of Early Education programs? We have options for infants to Pre-Kindergarten ages. Just click on this link to learn more. MORE INFORMATION




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  • 2020-2021 Calendar

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  • Census

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  • Please click HERE for information about how the district will provide meals during the school closure.

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  • On Thursday, March 26, 2020 parents or guardians of K-12 students will be able to sign out their child(ren)'s technology device(s) and charger(s). Please drive behind the McCormick County School District Educational Complex (Bus riders pick-up) from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. School personnel will direct you to the correct car lane for parents and guardians to present their driver's license in order to sign out a device or charger. We have developed a drive through procedure that will enable you to remain in your car. You will  be able to sign out devices and chargers for your children at one stop. Just present your driver's license, remain in your car and sign out the appropriate device(s)/charger(s) for your child(ren) and you will be ready for Instruction on March 30.

     High school students getting Chromebooks or laptops on Thursday, March 26 must log into the device on the school campus before taking the device home. This allows the school network to configure the device so it can be logged in away from school. Parents coming to pick up their high school age child should bring them to school in order to log in to the device from their car. No one will be allowed to get out of their car. 

     If you do not want to bring your child to school with you, have them write down their username and password so that you can log onto their device through the district network before you take the device home.

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  • Press Release-New Superintendent

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  • Coronavirus Information

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  • Registration

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  • McCormick Backpack Ministry Featured on Channel 6

    WCRS Interview

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  • Order Your School Uniform Clothing Here

    You may now order school uniform clothing using this link Uniform Pictures and Order Form

    Clothing orders may be placed in each school office. Fill out the order form and pay with a check. Credit card orders must be placed at the district office.

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  • Accomplishments for School Year 2018-2019

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  • Early Literacy Resource

    The SC Department of Education created Supporting Early Literacy at Home: A Parents’ Guide, which is a tool for parents and families that promotes children’s early literacy development.  Use the following link to learn more!

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    Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

     MCSD complies with all CIPA requirements.

    Link to the CIPA

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  • ACT 155/ ACT 207 McCormick School District Diploma Application
    Through the passage of Act 155 (now Act 207), the South Carolina General Assembly approved the removal of the exit exam as a requirement for graduation beginning with the graduating class of 2015. The elimination of the exit exam (BSAP, HSAP) requirement is retroactive to the graduating class of 1990.     Application for a diploma through ACT 155(207)
    The form may also be printed and mailed to:
    McCormick County School District
    821 North Mine Street McCormick, SC 29835
    You may also fill out a form online Click Here for Form 
    Once the application is received and the information verified, the school board of trustees must approve the names presented at their monthly scheduled meeting.  The names are then submitted to the State Department of Education for approval and printing. This process takes approximately six (6) weeks from board meeting to receipt of diplomas.
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  • Transcripts/Graduation Verification

    Current students who need a transcript click here

    Former students/graduates who need a transcript and 3rd Party Education Verification click here

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