Back to school for Beaufort County

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More than 20,000 students filled classrooms countywide for the start of the school year.

More than 20,000 Beaufort County students began classes this week as the 2013-14 school year got under way.

Superintendent Jeff Moss said that a key focus for the district, this year and in future years, will be increasing the number and variety of instructional choices available to students.

“Our goal is to provide a diverse menu of choices,” Moss said.  “Any parent who has more than one child knows that children learn in different ways, that they have their own unique interests and strengths.  Our instructional approaches should reflect the diversity of the kids we serve.”

Abbi and William Davidson at Riverview Charter
Abbi and William Davidson at Riverview Charter
Grayson Bridges at Coosa Elementary
Grayson Bridges at Coosa Elementary
Hope, Herbert and Leith Gray at Beaufort Academy
Hope, Herbert and Leith Gray at Beaufort Academy
Isaac and Aaron Leslie at Beaufort Montessori and EC Montessori
Isaac and Aaron Leslie at Beaufort Montessori and EC Montessori
Joey Blencoe on his way to AMES Academy at Beaufort Elementary
Joey Blencoe on his way to AMES Academy at Beaufort Elementary
Macy Mullen, Elizabeth Hollaway and Gracy Gecy at Riverview Charter
Macy Mullen, Elizabeth Hollaway and Gracy Gecy at Riverview Charter
Maggie and Jackson Williams, 9th and 11th Graders at Beaufort High School
Maggie and Jackson Williams, 9th and 11th Graders at Beaufort High School
Parker Mitchell at The Little Brown School
Parker Mitchell at The Little Brown School
Zayda Pruit and Frances Calvert with teacher Jenny Badgett at Bridges Preparatory School
Zayda Pruit and Frances Calvert with teacher Jenny Badgett at Bridges Preparatory School