• Get Involved!

    PTA/PTSA (Parent/Teacher Association)
    All schools in Dorchester School District Two have active PTA/PTSAs that provide support and resources to enhance the school learning environment. Parents and the community are encouraged to be active members as they advocate for all children. To join, contact your school's PTA president or the district president below.
    Ciara Male, PTA District President

    School Improvement Council (SIC)
    SIC is a broad-based community advisory group comprised of parents, teachers, and community members established in every school. This advisory group works with the principal to cultivate a positive school environment supporting student success. The Council welcomes your involvement to share ideas for projects and initiative to improve your child’s school. For more information, contact your school or visit the South Carolina SIC website at sic.sc.gov.

    Parents and community members are valued and welcomed partners in our schools. Volunteer opportunities are abundant including reading stories to students; mentoring and tutoring; assisting with field trips; speaking to students; beautification of buildings and grounds; helping in classrooms; and so much more. To get involved, please contact your local school. Our District Volunteer Agreement form to is now a fillable pdf file that you may download, complete and email directly to your school's Volunteer Coordinator.

    Partners In Education
    All 25 schools in the district as well as several school programs and school PTAs have one or more business or community partners. Many businesses have entered into partnerships with more than one school and most offer to assist with any school and program when and where needed and when and where possible. These multiple partnerships include more than 600 relationships with almost 400 businesses and individuals. Since partnerships are planned and developed according to the needs and priorities of the individual school and partner organizations, each partnership differs and activities vary. Information about partnership programs and activities is available from the Partners in Education School Liaison at your local school, or at Dorchester School District Two.

    Support the Dorchester Two Educational Foundation
    The Dorchester Two Educational Foundation was created to bridge the gap between funding provided for basic education and the resources required to give students a world class education - one that prepares them for success. Visit the Foundation website at dd2foundation.org to learn more about their work to provide resources for our classrooms. For more information on the above programs, contact the Public Information Office, 843-695-5336.