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2024 SIC Nomination Form

Class of 2024, the School Counseling Department needs your help! We need to know your plans after high school and the scholarship offers received by graduating seniors. The School Counseling Department uses this information for district reporting and for the graduation program.  We want to celebrate your successes and accurately report scholarship awards (academic, athletic, military, or other) for the Class of 2024 at graduation. Every Senior needs to complete this form.   

If you would like the scholarship offer to be listed in the graduation program, we need this information no later than May 1, 2024.  If you receive a scholarship after May 1, 2024, please continue to report this information (you may complete this form more than once).  However, it will not be listed in the graduation program. 

Completing the survey will enter you into a drawing for some prizes! 

Class of 2024 Post Graduation Plans and Scholarship Survey

Gavin's Law Notification to Families

Gavin's Law (H.3583) is legislation that makes sexual extortion, the act of blackmailing someone using sexually explicit images or videos, a felony offense and an aggravated felony if the victim is a minor, vulnerable adult, or if the victim suffers bodily injury or death directly related to the crime.

The bill reads in part, "Local school districts shall collaborate with the State Department of Education, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, and the Attorney General’s office, as appropriate, to implement a policy to educate and notify students of the provisions of this act which includes adequate notice to students, parents or guardians, the public, and school personnel of the change in law. The State Department of Education must file a report as to the status of the adoption and implementation of the education policies under this act to the Governor, the President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, annually by July first of each year."

In November 2023, the School District Five of Lexington & Richland Counties Board of Trustees approved new Board Policy JICFB, “Gavin’s Law Implementation.” Families may find additional information regarding Gavin’s Law on School District Five’s website.