A Greenville County Schools Board of Trustee has recently been named Chair of the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), a professional and trade organization to improve learning environments for students everywhere.
One of Spartanburg District Five’s educators is being honored at the state level.
Brent Bernier, a teacher at D.R. Hill Middle, has been recognized as the “Educator of the Month” for November by South Carolina State Treasurer Curtis Loftis. The recognition is part of South Carolina’s Financial Literacy Master Teacher Program.
Byrnes High student Haley Shannon Lister is one of six students to receive the 2023 Student of Integrity Award scholarship from the Better Business Bureau Foundation.
The scholarships may be used to attend the college or university of the student’s choosing.
Janae Brockman was crowned 2023-2024 Miss Greer Middle School during the recent pageant.
Other winners included:
Winner: Lydia Williams
1st Runner-up: Emma Horton
2nd Runner-up: Delia Watson
Most Photogenic: Kamryn Mathis
Miss Congeniality: Emma Horton
Riverside High will be holding a donation drive of new and gently used items to benefit Homeless Vets during its Battle of the Bins contest through Dec. 8.
Donations of kitchen items, bedding and bath, kitchen appliances, furniture, and other miscellaneous items can be placed in either a Clemson or Carolina bin.
Last week, Greenville County Schools Superintendent Burke Royster earned an exemplary evaluation in his annual performance review by the Greenville County Schools Board of Trustees.
The Byrnes High Rebel Regiment finished the 2023 season as 5A Upper State Champions and finished a close 2nd overall for the Silver Medal with a total score of 92.05.