A Byrnes club received national recognition recently as a case study for the 50 Million Strong Initiative by SHAPE (Society of Health And Physical Educators) America.
Blue Ridge Middle special education teacher Angie Jarecki received an early Christmas present to share with her students recently.
After seeing a grant opportunity in the school district’s monthly newsletter, she applied for a $1,500 Community Grant from Walmart Neighborhood Market #4145 in Greer.
Greenville County Schools board member Chuck Saylors was elected vice president of the South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) during the association’s annual Delegate Assembly recently.
Shelburne Farms neighbors are working together to provide a reliable car for Tonya Robinson, who has served as a crossing guard for Riverside Middle School for four years.
After the campaign started through nextdoor.com, a GoFundMe account has now been created to raise more than $2,000 to purchase a car for Robinson.
Riverside debate wins first place
Riverside High won the first place sweepstakes award at the 39th Annual Mauldin Speech and Debate Tournament on Nov. 27.
From Grenville County Schools
Greenville County Schools’ performance indicators, including graduation rate, continue to increase, according to the State Report Card issued today by the South Carolina Department of Education.
Greer Middle College High environmental science classes are accepting donations of bagged leaves for use in the school garden.
Bags can be dropped off at the front of the school daily.
Woodland elementary School Honors Chorus celebrated veterans on Nov. 10 with a program directed by Krista Ennis entitled ‘We honor You.’ During the program, Woodland DRUM students delivered clay poppies crafted by students to veterans in attendance to recognize their sacrifice and service.