Our purpose is to move academic achievement forward so our students can reach their full potential and succeed, both in the classroom and in life.
Dr. Juliet White
Student Services Officer
Dr. White was selected to lead the district’s Student Services division in 2021. Student Services encompasses special education, alternative programming, school counseling, adult education, nursing, and athletics. Prior to this role, Dr. White served as the district’s Director of Special Education.
Born in Barbados, Dr. White moved to the U.S. to attend college on a track scholarship and pursue her studies in speech pathology and audiology. After graduating she worked as a clinical speech-language pathologist before transitioning into leadership. She served as the Special Education Director for two different S.C. school districts and held the role of Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction at the Colleton County School District. Dr. White has also worked as a clinical instructor at South Carolina State University and the University of South Carolina. She is an adjunct professor at the South Carolina State University and Brescia University in Kentucky.
In 2013, Dr. White received the Frank R. Kleffner Clinical Career Award from the South Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Association for distinguished contributions to the field of speech-language pathology.
Dr. White earned a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Pathology and Audiology from South Carolina State College in Orangeburg. She went on to earn a Doctorate in Speech Pathology and an Educational Specialist Degree from South Carolina State University. She is a member of the Delta Sigma Sorority.
You can email Dr. White or call 843-322-5419.
The Department of Student Services will provide various services to students, support staff, and families that eliminate obstacles, facilitate instruction, and enable students to succeed within and outside the different learning environments. This Department provides services throughout the district to educate the “whole child” and build solid community relationships.
Through collaboration between students, teachers, Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) Team members, administrators, families, and the community, we envision a school environment where staff will provide each student with enrichment and support in academic, health, career, personal, and social/emotional development. Healthy students are eager to come to school daily, engage in learning, have positive social interactions with teachers, peers, and parents. Positive relationships encourage them to set short and long-term goals with steps to help them achieve lifelong success.
Visit the Student Services section of the website for information on our instructional programs.