Town Hall Meeting Work Session Survey
Board of Education Seeks Public Comments on Proposed 2015-2016 Academic Calendar
We are asking Hampton County School District 2 parents, staff, students, and community members to complete a short survey. Please click on the survey link located near the top of this page to vote.
1. Draft A
2. Draft B
3. Draft C
January is School Board recognition month. Please join us in thanking our Board of Trustee members for putting the needs of our students first.
New Board of Trustees Inauguration
The Hampton County School District 2 Board of Trustees request your attendance to the swearing - in of our two newly elected Board of Trustee members. Click on the flyer below for more information.
Called BOE Meeting Agenda
Hampton County School District 2 Releases Fiscal Year 2014 Audit Report
Hampton County School District 2 is making available its 2014 audit report. The fiscal goal of the district is to maximize the impact of resources upon student achievement through zero based budgeting and to ensure transparency. The district is making steady progress by maintaining a sharp focus on its strategic fiscal goal. We encourage you to read the audit report by clicking on the link below.
Financial Statement and Supplementary Information 2014
Board of Education Initiates Public Comments
Hampton County School District 2 Board of Education values and appreciates the authentic voice of an engaged learning community. Beginning December 2014, the Board of Education will have a public participation line item on the regularly schedule monthly meetings agenda. Click below to read the public comment procedures and to access the public comment card.
Public Comment Procedures
Public Comment Card
Title I Annual Parent Meeting
Hampton District 2 Auditorium
Thursday, September 18, 2014 6:00PM
Title I Annual Parent Meeting Flyer2014
Adopt - A- School Program
The district is calling on all local churches and businesses to participate in a program designed to help the community learn more about how to help our children become better students and citizens. Click below to access the flyer for more information.
Adopt - A - School
District announces back to school Open House
Summer break is over and it is time to begin the best school year ever! Each school will host an Open House opportunity for parents to meet and greet teachers, faculty, staff and administration. Click below to access the Open House flyer that contains date and time.
Open House 2014
Community Eligibility Provision
The district is proud to announce its participation in the Community Eligibility Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act program. Click below to access the media release.
Community Eligibility Provision
Act 155 Diploma Petition Process
Hampton County School District 2 announces Act 155 diploma petition process. The district in now accepting diploma petition applications from former Estill High School students.
As a result of the law passed by the General Assemble, high school students no longer have to take an exit exam (HSAP) in order to graduate.
Check out the link below for eligibility requirements and application.
Act 155 Petition Process
Board approves 2014 academic calendar
The Board of Trustees approved the 2014 academic calendar at its June 17, 2014 regularly scheduled meeting. Click on the link below to access to the approved academic calendar.
2014 Academic Calendar
Palmetto Gold and Silver Award
On Thursday, April 10, 2014, Dr. Mick Zais, State Superintendent of Education, announced the Palmetto Gold and Silver Award recipients for the 2013 – 2014 school year. The purpose for these awards is to recognize schools and centers for general performance and/or closing the achievement gap.
Hampton County School District 2 Board of Trustees and Superintendent of Schools would like to congratulate Estill Elementary School for being awarded the Palmetto Gold Award for General Performance and the Palmetto Silver Award for Closing the Achievement Gap. We also congratulate Estill Middle School for being awarded the Palmetto Silver Award for Closing the Achievement Gap.
Superintendent Gurley stated, “This honor is evident of the collaborative and transformational leadership, and the collective commitment of students, parents, and teachers to abandon the status quo which propelled us to move forward with our progress.”
Kudos to the learning communities of Estill Elementary School and Estill Middle School!