"The Mystery of Simon the Shepherd" performance (Grades 3, 4, 5) - December 14th, 7:00 p.m. (Parish Hall)

  • Congratulations Are in Order!

    First Quarter Principal's Honor Roll Winners: Hudson, Chelsea, Lia, Amina,  Audrey, Ethan, Maddux, Jack, Nathan, Riley, Ali, Ahniya, Mason R., Nate, Isabelle, Giselle, Isa, Randy, Maria, Emma S.,Gracie, Lauren,Marjorie, Virginia, Catherine, Miranda    

    First Quarter St. Thomas Aquinas Winners: Elijah, Miranda, Thomas, Jack, Chesney, Jonah, Creighton, Maya, Carley, Riley, Maddux, Elliott, Chelsea

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  • Don't forget! Winter uniforms starting November 27th.

    Girls: No skorts - plaid jumpers (K4-5th); plaid skirts (6th-8th)

    Boys: No shorts - long pants, belted.

    Sweatshirts must have BSCS chalice logo.

    PE Uniforms at parent's discretion.

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  • Christmas Performance - December 14th - 7:00 p.m. - Father McCarthy (Parish) Hall

    "The Mystery of Simon the Shepherd" performed by Grades 3, 4, and 5!  Everyone is invited.

    Dress Rehearsal at 2:00 p.m. for BSCS students.

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  • Saint Nicholas Breakfast - Saturday, December 16th

    Drop in:  9:00-11:30 a.m., Father McCarthy (Parish) Hall

    Admission cost:  A nonperishable food item or monetary contribution for St. Vincent dePaul Society.

    Music, crafts, food - bring your camera to take a photo with Saint Nicholas!

    (Sponsored by HSA. Pancake breakfast provided by Knights of Columbus.)

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  • Christmas Break Camp Announcement

    Since not enough students registered for BSCS Christmas Camp,  we will not be able to offer it.  If you registered, your check will be returned to you. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

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  • K3 Registrations for 2018-2019!

    Since our K3 classes fill early, register now!  Children must be 3 years old by September 1, 2018, and completely potty trained when school begins in August!  Please contact Mrs. Kathleen Ferri (843-766-2128, or kferri@scbss.org) for more information or to schedule a tour!

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  • Re-Registration for Current Families!

    Now is the time to secure your child's spot for next year and to register new siblings. 

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  • Attention Extended Care Attendees

    For parents who pay monthly for Extended Care:  For December, please pay one-half of your regular payment.

        

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  • Re-Registrations Due this Friday!

    Re-Registration Forms and Fees for Current Students for the 2018-2019 school year are due this Friday!  

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Welcome to Spanish!

My name is Susan Wilkin.  I earned a BA in French in 1986.  I have also earned many credits from The College of Charleston in Spanish.   I am currently in my 26th year of teaching foreign language.  I have been married 29 years, and we have three wonderful children: Patrick 26 yrs., Ben 23 yrs., and Rita 16yrs.   All of our children have an excellent foundation in the Catholic Faith.  I am so thankful for the Catholic schools they attended.  Patrick is employed with Charleston County EMS, Ben just graduated from Clemson with his Master's in Business and undergrad degree in Biomedical Engineering and now works at Bausch and Lomb, while Rita is a sophomore in school.  My family and I are parishioners of Stella Maris Catholic Church where my husband and I married 29 years ago, officiated by Monsignor Roth.  I was raised on Folly Beach and received my sacraments from Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church.  I cherish the Catholic Church and have fond memories of only kind priests and parishioners.  Prayer is part of my daily life.  So, I believe with God anything is possible!

I teach grades 3yr. olds to eighth grades.  I use the TPR method (Total Physical Response Method), which I have found to be the  most effective technique to teach all grades, especially young learners.  I use lots of visuals, much repetition, and many songs. 

Description of Spanish 1


High school Spanish 1 following Bishop England High School Curriculum- Students who wish to be placed in Spanish 2 next year must score no lower than an 80 on the midterm and final exams and have no lower than an 85 average for the year. This class uses Avancemos 1 textbook and workbook which introduces students to the culture and language of the Spanish-speaking world in eight units. Students work at a high school 9th grade pace taking unit tests, quizzes, and daily homework.  

Señora Wilkin

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Our Lady of Guadalupe

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