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Recruiters from South Carolina’s public school districts hope to fill their current and anticipated teacher vacancies at this year’s South Carolina Teacher Expo.
Greer High’s Virtual Enterprise students returned from New York recently, recording a 12th place finish.
After winning a state title in February for their virtual business, Golden Spoon Ice Cream Corporation, the team competed against 27 other schools from across the country in National Business Plan Competition.
Members of Byrnes High School’s FIGHT Club are rallying behind one of their own, who has been diagnosed with a debilitating disease.
Cierra Hill, a senior in the club, was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, or MS.
Students at Duncan Elementary gathered last week for the unveiling of a new sculpture they had a hand in creating.
Featuring a circle of children, the metal work of art was the product of a collaboration between fourth grade students, local artist Bob Doster and art teacher Travis Galloway to create a self-portrait centerpiece.
Laughter and screams could be heard from outside the building when Tooth Wizard battled his archenemy PlaqueMan in the Land of Smiles at Tigerville Elementary last week.
Volunteers from BMW Manufacturing partnered with TreesGreenville to plant 16 trees at Skyland Elementary School on Saturday.
The project is a collaborative effort between BMW and TreesGreenville in honor of Earth Day.