The superintendents of K-12 Education in South Carolina, seek collaboration and unity of voice in providing a new vision for our public education system. The documents they provide on this website are meant to inspire conversations that will help guide decision making and changes in our state’s education.
Their ideas reflect an educational plan in which they hope to impact thousands of children who live in South Carolina. Our Education Vision’s hope is that more educators will be involved in building this itinerary for a new direction of public education.
Purpose: “In a spirit of deep responsibility to the children of South Carolina and a desire to contribute to our state’s well being and the health of American democracy, we, a group of South Carolina superintendents, gathered in in the fall and winter of 2010-2011 to have dialogue about the future of public education in our state.” The documents provided on this site, represent what these educational leaders stand for and the direction in which they hope education will work toward.
For more information about this cause and plan, please visit Our Education Vision at
The Office of Student Services of Saluda County Schools requests your help in the location and identification of all children with disabilities not currently being served. South Carolina statutes require public schools to provide appropriate educational programs for disabled children ages three through twenty-one years. Current categories of disabilities are a preschool child with a disability, developmentally delayed, speech/language impairment, orthopedic impairment, visual impairment, other health impairments, deaf-blindness, autism, traumatic brain injury, multiple disabilities, mental disability, specific learning disability, deaf and hard of hearing, and emotional disability.
Anyone who is aware of any child suspected of having any of these disabilities can contact Mr. Brian Chatman at (864)445-8441 weekdays between the hours of 8 am. and 4:30 pm. The names of the referral person will remain confidential.