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Incident Tip Line

Please report any incidents of bullying that may be happening in our schools, on our schools' buses, or online during school hours.

LITERACY AT HOME

In order to provide continuing support for North Carolina’s youngest readers, The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction Office of Early Learning has developed and released “Literacy at Home.”

SUPPLY LISTS

We have published the Supply List for South Elementary.  The lists for all grade levels are located in one place.  If you have any questions, please contact the Main Office at South.

SOUTH SPIRIT WEAR STORE

The South Elementary School back-to-school spirit wear sale has begun! Save 30% on everything in the store. Choose from hundreds of spirit wear designs and garments that are delivered to your home in days!

PBIS AMAZON WISHLIST

We have created an Amazon Wishlist for PBIS rewards for our students. PBIS is our behavior incentive program that reward appropriate behavior.   You can have the items shipped directly to South Elementary School at 8925 NC HWY 86 South, Mebane, NC 27302.

SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS

To access the current School Lunch Menus for Caswell County Schools, please click find out more.

CCS 1:1 CHROMEBOOK USAGE AGREEMENT

The Chromebook agreement and Acceptable Use Policy are found in the CCS Student Code of Conduct.

 

CAR RIDER INFORMATION & PROCEDURES

Parents: 

We have posted our morning and afternoon procedures for your informtion.

District News & Announcements

Caswell County Schools Welcomes New Superintendent: Ms. JoAnna Gwynn

Caswell County Schools is proud to announce the swearing-in of Ms. JoAnna Gwynn as our new Superintendent. The ceremony took place on Friday, June 7, during a special called Board meeting, marking a significant milestone for our district.

The event was graced by the presence of Ms. Gwynn's family, friends, Caswell County Schools staff, Board members, and other members of our local community, highlighting the strong support and excitement surrounding her new leadership role. Presiding over the ceremony was the Honorable Erica S. Brandon, District Court Judge for Judicial District 22 of Caswell and Rockingham counties.

Ms. Gwynn brings a wealth of experience and a passionate commitment to educational excellence. Her vision for the future of Caswell County Schools includes fostering a nurturing and innovative learning environment, enhancing academic achievements, and building strong community partnerships.

Join Us in Celebrating:

Caswell County Schools invites everyone to join us in celebrating this new chapter. Together, we will continue to build a bright future for our students and community.

Stay tuned for upcoming initiatives and programs under Ms. Gwynn’s leadership. Your support and involvement are crucial as we embark on this exciting journey.

For more information and updates, please visit our website regularly.

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By The Numbers

6

Schools

Four Elementary, One Middle and One High School

2100

Students

1030 in Elementary, 430 in Middle School and 640 in High School

19:1

Student-Teacher Ratio

Districtwide Average

3

Preschool Programs

3 Elementary Schools offer Preschool programs

100%

Students 1:1 Chromebook Devices

The 1:1 implementation started in our distrcit since 2015.

83.2%

Graduation Rate

4-year