The mission of Hampton District One is to prepare students to be literate, informed, responsible, and productive members of a global society who believe that learning is a lifelong process. In a safe environment, we will provide learning activities for children that will promote their intellectual, social, and emotional growth, and permit them to become responsible and productive members of a global society.
Honors and Awards
2013-14 Title I Reward Schools – South Carolina’s ESEA / Federal Accountability System
Reward Schools for Performance are the highest performing Title I schools in a given year.
To be named a Reward School for Performance a Title I school must:
- have attained an “A” or “B” in the two most recent school years.
-have a free/reduced lunch count that is greater than 50 percent.
- not have significant achievement gaps.
- have at least one tested grade on state assessments.
21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Award
Wade Hampton High School & North District Middle School
A 21st Century Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) offers academic, artistic, and cultural enrichment opportunities to students and their families during non-school hours (before or after school) or periods when school is not in session (including holidays, weekends, or summer recess). According to section 4201(b)(1) of the program statute (http://www2.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/esea02/pg55.html#sec4201), a community learning center assists students in meeting state and local academic achievement standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and mathematics, by providing the students with opportunities for academic enrichment. Centers also provide students with a broad array of other activities (such as drug and violence prevention, counseling, art, music, recreation, technology, and character education programs) during periods when school is not in session. 21st CCLC must also serve the families of participating students (e.g., through family literacy programs).