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Berkeley Middle School receives News 2 Cool School award.

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News 2 presents Berkeley Middle School with our Cool School award.

All week, we've shown you all the cool things taking place at Berkley Middle School in Moncks Corner. Berkeley Middle School is a diverse Positive Behavior Interventions and Support School. The school has 21 Junior Scholars, and they won the district quiz bowl this year.

Tablets, digital document cameras, homework text alerts, Berkeley Middle School is proud of the many advantages the school's technology provides. Students thrive in a technology driven atmosphere. The Berkeley Middle School Tech Club has won numerous awards over the years in robotics and engineering.

Congratulations to the Berkeley Middle School Bucks!

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