Students and teachers accomplished a lot in the last calendar year, raising money for nonprofits, competing at national venues and serving the community during Spirit Week. The following
are a few highlights from the year that was in 2017.
Thanks to friends and community supporters, the holiday season was merry for the students attending Washington Center. The Klaver Klub Sorority, PTA, Furman Heller Service Corps, staff and friends generously joined together to purchase gifts for every child. Santa, enthusiastically sponsored by Mr.
Greenville County Schools will begin winter Break after dismissing mid-day.
The public is invited to review the proposed statewide program for District Fiscal Practices and Budgetary Conditions as prepared by the South Carolina Department of Education (SCDE) pursuant to Act 23 of 2017, S.C. Code Ann. § 59-20-90.
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.