The Institute for Child Success (ICS), an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit research and policy organization dedicated to the success of all young children, today released the digital version of “South Carolina Early Childhood Annual Data Report 2019” (commonly referred to as SC Data Book).
National College Fair set for March 16
The Upstate South Carolina National College Fair will be held on Saturday, March 16, from 1-4 p.m. at Furman University’s Timmons Arena. The college fair is hosted by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and is the only fair offered in South Carolina.
Students at Eastside High School earned service hours last week by creating an African American Quotes Mural.
Before and after school, students gathered to paint water colors on large sheets of paper, followed by transcribing quotes from famous African Americans.
Organized by the South Carolina Department of Transportation’s (SCDOT) Safe Routes to School Program, South Carolina Walk to School Day will be held Wednesday, March 6.
Academic Outreach Camp offered
USC Upstate, BMW, Spartanburg Regional Healthcare and American Credit are teaming up to host the Academic Outreach Camp for high school juniors June 17-21 and 24-28.
The Byrnes High School Rebel Regiment marching band was recognized at the State House in Columbia by State Rep. Rita Allison for its 2018 5A State Championship.
Tigerville participating in Beta Club Project
Tigerville Elementary National Junior Beta Club is hosting a Pennies for Books Campaign to help raise funds for the library through Feb. 28.
Grade levels will compete to see who see who can raise the most money.
Chandler Creek Elementary School is hosting Real Men Read for the fifth consecutive year on Friday, Feb. 22.
Real Men Read, which started at Chandler Creek in 2015, is also happening at other schools around Greenville County schools and Spartanburg District Five.