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 Sanders-Clyde Creative Arts School Mission Statement

Scholars will enter and succeed in college through effort, achievement, and the content of their character by exhibiting excellence in all subject areas and exhibiting the virtues of responsibility, respect, integrity, diligence, compassion, and perseverance.
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MLK Breakfast

Scholars from Sanders-Clyde attended the annual MLK Breakfast. Our scholars met many successful African American business owners and influential citizens. (top photo) Carolyn Hunter, owner of 3 McDonald's franchises in Berkley County is pictured with Kierra Wellington and Ashley Williams. (bottom photo) Ny'Swaisha Gathers is pictured with Sherry Snipes-Wilson, chief executive officer of the Charleston Promise Neighborhood, and Christine O. Jackson, former director of the YWCA and founder of the MLK breakfast.

You might also want to check out the basketball pictures on our Athletics page!

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KidsWell School Based Health Care

Check out the new KidsWell Facebook Page and sign up for the free services they offer our scholars!

Sign up for the KidsWell School-Based Health Center. All you need to do is fill out a consent form and your scholar will receive convenient health care at school.

Dear Sanders-Clyde Elementary Parents and Scholars

It is with great honor that I humbly introduce myself to you as your new School Principal.  I am excited about continuing the work of making Sanders-Clyde Creative Arts School one of the highest performing schools in Charleston County.

I was born and raised in Charleston, SC.  It’s great to be able to come back home to work in the community that has prepared me for college and beyond.  I absolutely enjoy every moment of making a difference in the lives of scholars through teaching and learning and I am ready to this experience this new journey with you.

My philosophy is quite simple.  I believe that all children can learn.  Our mission is to prepare all scholars to enter and succeed in college through effort, achievement and the content of their character.  Together we can make this mission possible by ensuring that our scholars demonstrate excellence in all subject areas while exemplifying virtues such as respect, effort, integrity, perseverance and responsibility.

I am excited about partnering with you to prepare our scholars for college and beyond.  I look forward to meeting each and every one of you at Back to School Night on August 14, 2014 at 5:30 p.m.  Welcome back!

Best regards,

Dayna C. Sanders



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