South Carolina

South CarolinaSouth Carolina is working to ensure its schools are safe and supportive. This page features school climate information for South Carolina, including a list of grants the State and its communities have received; State discipline and bullying policies; data for a selection of indicators; related news articles; and grantee highlights demonstrating community efforts.

Grants Received

State Grant Programs

Local Educational Agency and District Grant Programs

Selected Indicators

Indicator 1: Threatened or Injured with a Weapon on School Property

Indicator 2: Involved in Physical Fight on School Property

Indicator 3: Offered, Sold, or Given Illegal Drugs on School Property

Indicator 4: Seriously Considered Attempting Suicide

Indicator 5: Did Not Participate in At Least 60 Minutes of Physical Activity

Indicator 6: Did Not Eat Vegetables 7 Days Before the Survey

Grantee Highlights

Features Lancaster Central School District's use of Peer Mediation to help resolve student problems in a non-threatening and positive way. Peer mediators are high school students trained to facilitate conflict resolutions between students.

The Charleston County School District (CCSD) in South Carolina, a Project Prevent grantee, recently adopted CASEL’s Reunite, Renew, and Thrive: Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Roadmap for Reopening School. As part of Critical Practice 2 of the approach (design opportunities where adults can connect, heal, and build their capacity to support students), the district committed to providing a more universal approach to adult mental health and self-care.

In support of the grant, when teacher leaders made a formal request for additional mental health supports, the district…

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