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POSTED: April 03, 2013, 12:00 am

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Richland County School District One (Columbia)
Stevenson Administration Building
1616 Richmond Street
Columbia, SC 29201
803 231 7000
www.richlandone.org


Dr. Percy A. Mack
Superintendent
803 231 7500


Orangeburg Consolidated School District 5
578 Ellis Avenue
Orangeburg, SC 29115
603 534 5454
603 533 7953 (FAX)
www.ocsd5schools.org


Ms. Cynthia Wilson
Superintendent


Charleston County School District
75 Calhoun Street
Charleston, SC 29401
843 937 6300
843 937 6307
www.ccsdschools.com


Dr. Nancy J. McGinley
Superintendent
843 937 6318
843 937 6323 (FAX)
superintendent@charleston.k12.sc.us


Spartanburg School District Seven
610 Dupre Drive
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29307
864 594 4400
864 594 4406 (FAX)
http://spartanburg7.org


Dr. Russell W. Booker
Superintendent
864 594 4400
rwbooker@spart7.org


South Carolina Legislature
www.scstatehouse.gov


House Education and Public Works Committee
Hon. Phillip D. Owens, Chair
429 Blatt Building
Columbia, SC 29201
803 734 3053


Senate Education Committee
Hon. John E. Courson, Chair
412 Gressette Bldg
Columbia, SC 29201
803 212 6250
803 256 7853 (H)


South Carolina Legislative Black Caucus
1105 Pendleton Street, Suite 207
207 Solomon Blatt Building
Columbia, SC 29201-3732
803 734 3041
803 734 8711 (FAX)
www.sclbc.org


South Carolina State Department of Education
1429 Senate Street
Columbia, SC 29201
803 734 8500
www.ed.sc.gov


Dr. Mitchell M. Zais
State Superintendent
803 734 8492
SCSuptED@ed.sc.gov


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