SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCBD) – Students will help clean up debris on Lowcountry beaches following Hurricane Ian this week.
Lowcountry Connections Academy will host a beach clean-up on the Isle of Palms to collect debris and litter from Hurricane Ian.
Lowcountry Connections Academy is a tuition-free online public school for K-12 students across the state. The school serves 350 students statewide.
Lowcountry Connections Academy students in the Myrtle Beach area will take a field trip to a local beach to participate in the cleanup.
According to school officials, students will report their clean-up progress to the state through the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control app.