Welcome to Clarendon School District

2016-17 Registration will be August 2nd from 8 - 1 and August 3rd from 1 - 6 in the East Clarendon Cafeteria.  Students enrolling for the first time need to bring a copy of the child's birth certificate, immunization records, proof of residence, and medicaid card (if applicable).  Students with a change of address or student who own land in Clarendon District Three need to bring proof of residence.  The following are acceptable documentation of proof of residence.  Two evidences of residency are required.

*  Current utility bill (within the last 30 days) displaying service address and parent/guardian billing name

*  Closing statement or current mortgage statement for primary residence which shows the property address

*  Current signed lease agreement with name and phone number of landlord

*  Most recent state or federal income tax return

*  Current paid tax receipt on real estate owned by child

*  Copy of the deed on real estate owned by child

*  Current statement from DSS or other governmental agency which proves residency of the parent/legal guardian

*  Current paycheck stub with address of residency

*  Copy of parent/legal guardian current drivers license

*  In the case of a parent/legal guardian and child residing at a particular address with another adult, a Notarized Residency Affidavit and two proofs of           said adult's residence (two on list above)

The state funding formula is changing this year and it is important that the all school district across the state collect medicaid information.  The school also receives some reimbursement from medicaid for certain programs such as nursing services, speech, and occupational therapy.  Reimbursement to the district has no impact on the regular medicaid benefits a student has and helps school districts provide appropriate services for all students.  Please bring student medicaid cards or number to registration. There is also a form that needs to be signed at registration which allows the school district to file for medicaid reimbursement.

Student Fees

Walker Gamble Elementary = $25 Instructional Fee

East Clarendon Middle High School = $30 Instructional Fee

Tuition Based 4K (non-CDEPP) = $950 ($95 / month)

Out-Of-District Students (5K - 12th grade) = $1,100 ($110/month)

Out-Of-District 4K Students = $1,576 ($157.50 / month)

Additional Fees at East Clarendon Middle High

Technology Fee (all Students) = $5

Supplemental Insurance (Athletes and Cheerleaders, Work-Based Learning Students, Agriculture and FE DuBose Career Center Students) = $15

High School Credit English = $10

High School Credit Math = $10

High School Credit Science = $5

High School Credit Physical Education = $5

High School Computer Literacy Fee = $5

Agriculture Classes (Ag. Science, Ag. Mechanics, Landscaping, Etc.) = $10

Car Registration = $5

Here at Clarendon Three it is our vision to see every student graduate with the knowledge and skills to be successful in their endeavors, whether that is post-secondary 
education or entering the workforce. Our schools strive to provide high quality education for all students, focusing on academics and student learning in order to prepare them to succeed in an ever changing world.

Our commitment to the communities we serve shows in the impact and successes our students have in the world.

Clarendon Three 4K Guidelines 


All pre-registered students will be evaluated for enrollment into 4K at Walker Gamble. Pre-registration does not guarantee enrollment in the WGE 4K program.  This applies to both in-district and out-of-district students.  To be considered, children must turn four-years-old on or before September 1, 2016.  Students who do not live in Clarendon 3 need to pre-register, but will not be considered for the two state-funded Child Development Education Program (CDEP) classes over an in-district student.  Four year old screening will take place May 27th – June 1st.

Slots for the CDEP 4K program will first be filled with students who qualify for Medicaid or free and reduced lunch.  Then students with academic/developmental needs will be added.  All screened children will be ranked and those most at-risk for school success will receive CDEP placement.  Any child who is not a CDEP qualifying student will be considered for a tuition based (non-state funded) 4K class.  If space allows, non CDEP qualifying students may enroll in the non-tuition class.  Pre-registered in-district students will be given priority over out-of-district students.  Children of Clarendon 3 employees living outside the district will be considered in-district.  Grandchildren of Clarendon 3 employees living outside the district will not be considered in-district, but will qualify for the in-district rate for the 4K tuition class.  In the event that more than 20 in-district students are eligible for the tuition 4K class, students will be selected by lottery.  Tuition costs for the non-CDEP 4K class will be $95/month ($950/year) for Clarendon 3 residents and $157.50/month ($1575/year) for out-of-district 4K students.  Tuition can be paid upfront or on a monthly installment plan. This tuition cost is in addition to regular Walker Gamble registration fees.

Notification of 4K acceptance will be mailed to parents late June / early July.  Students who register after student evaluations and initial class placement will be placed as space allows.

More Clarendon 3 News...

  • Here are a list of the most recent news items regarding Clarendon School District Three.
  • Great news for WGE!
    Posted Nov 20, 2014, 8:47 AM by Jody Weaver
  • Dennis: District 3’s report card results come from ‘dedication, focus, effective planning’ Posted on October 23, 2014 10:44 am by Robert Joseph Baker Clarendon School District 3’s recently announced results on the federal report cards are the result of “dedication, focus and effective planning,” said Superintendent Connie Dennis. The district scored a 80.9, a B, which means it exceeded the state’s expectations. Overall, the elementary and high school students tested scored A’s, while the middle school students scored a D. Dennis admitted there is work to do at the middle school level, but she was pleased with the A’s from the elementary and high school students. “We embrace a solid plan to teach children,” she said. “There is a constant emphasis on tracking student performance. We ...
    Posted Oct 24, 2014, 5:58 AM by Jody Weaver
  • Financial Update Community #2 Below is a Financial Update PowerPoint from the Community meeting.
    Posted Oct 15, 2014, 4:17 AM by Randy Powell
  • CSD3 Art GT Referral As a district, Clarendon Three is continuing with plans to serve the needs of our Artistically Gifted and Talented students for the school year.  Students in grades 3 – 12 are eligible in the areas of visual art, music, drama, and dance.  The scope of the program will depend upon availability of funding, but our goal is to have artistic opportunities through out the school year and during the summer.             Parents can refer students or students can refer themselves.  Referral forms can be picked up in the middle school or high school office.  All referral forms need to be returned to school or the district office no later than Monday, October 6, 2014.  Auditions will begin the week of Oct. 13 ...
    Posted Oct 1, 2014, 5:47 AM by Randy Powell
  • Walmart Honors WGE On September 15, 2014, WGE Faculty and Staff members were honored by a visit from personnel from the Manning Walmart store.  The store manager, Mr. Drexler and the personnel director, Ms. Smith met with a large number of the staff members during a faculty meeting and shared refreshments and gifts.  Mr. Drexler noted that he is aware that educators have a very important and difficult task, and that he wanted to help us and show his support – and that of Walmart – in any way he could.  The store offered a back to school discount for school employees earlier this year, and during this meeting, gave away 20 $50 gift cards in a random drawing.  Winners were: Robin Coker, Christy Coker ...
    Posted Sep 16, 2014, 8:45 AM by Jody Weaver
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