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Hazardous weather situations

The decision to cancel school due to hazardous weather conditions is made by the Superintendent.  This decision is based on close communication with and advisement from the National Weather Service, Dorchester County Emergency Preparedness Department, SC Highway Patrol, Dorchester County Sheriff’s Department, N. Charleston Police Department, Summerville Police Department, and key district personnel.  In addition, the Superintendent confers with the Superintendents in surrounding school districts on their courses of action.  Local agencies including the local Red Cross utilize several schools as evacuation shelters in the event of voluntary or mandatory evacuation.  The safety of all children is a primary factor in the decision to cancel school.

Once a decision is reached to cancel school, parents will be notified in the following ways:

  • Through our phone messaging system (ParentLink)
  • Posted on district website
  • Local television and radio stations, newspapers, and weather channel notification
 




 
 2008 Principal for the Day

District News:
BOARD MEETING 
January 12, 2009 
7:00pm



Winter Holidays
for students:
December 22 - January 2 

Schools Closed January 5 for
Staff Development/Teacher Work day



Please E-mail us with your questions and concerns.


Dorchester District Two
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