Clemson University graduates
Mrs. Eve Hogarth and Mrs. Jane Hunter are the upper and lower Heads of School. They share 76 years of educational experience and will administer JDA with the highest standard of leadership.
Shugard and Moore were elected as Commissioner of Agriculture during the week-long camp and Commissioner Weathers met with and escorted the students during the inauguration held on the Capitol steps. Shugard and Moore said they both enjoyed their experiences and each ran on a platform to promote South Carolina agribusiness.
“The district celebration brought to close an outstanding year thanks to the fine staff and administration we have,” said District 29 Superintendent Alexia Clamp.
Before naming the 2011-12 District 29 Teacher of the Year, Richard Stanton, 2010-11 District Teacher of the Year, gave some reflections based on his teaching experience.
BHS faculty selected several male and female students, which were then voted on by the senior class.
“Being named Miss Warhorse means that the faculty and staff along with my peers saw me to be worthy of this award which is a humbling experience and means the world to me to earn their respect,” said Williams.
In 1960, 400,000 students took part in Project Talent, a study of the aptitudes and abilities, hopes and expectations of high school students from across America. The study was conducted by the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and the United States Office of Education.
The group of four-year-old graduates perform a song before graduating from the Creation Station May 21. A group of two-year-olds perform a couple songs as part of the Creation Station's program spring program and graduation.
All three teachers shared how they originally thought they were headed down different paths, but eventually found their calling in education.
This match was not between sports teams, but robots.
In the technology lab, two handmade robots competed to pick up as many golf balls as possible in two minutes.
Brian Croft and Patrick Ortiz created their robot with a "wind mill type thing" on the front to pick up the golf balls, Croft said.
Owens is a 2006 graduate of Jefferson Davis Academy and a lifelong member of Alpha Psi Omega.
He will reside in Charleston.
Robert Tyler Davis of Allendale graduated in December 2010 from the University of South Carolina in Columbia with a bachelor’s degree in business management with a concentration in human resources and entrepreneurship.
“It’s something fun that is helping others,” said Doris Sanders, a sixth grade MES teacher and captain of the Blackville-Hilda Public School’s Relay for Life team.
The students raised money by getting pledges from family and friends.
Overall, the students raised at least $500, Sanders said.
More than 200 people spent “A Night at the Jeffersonian Museum,” presented by more than 30 Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) students, Jane Hunter, one of the two GATE teachers, said in an e-mail.
Students in grades first through sixth dressed and acted as docents, museum guards, waiters/waitresses and more.
As parents circulated the hall and the room, the students shared the results of their studies.
On April 13, Bojangles’ donated approximately 24 books to Barnwell High School in honor of District 45 Teacher of the Year Lisa Wyndham.
“I think it’s great,” said Wyndham, a ninth grade physical science teacher. “We always need new books.”
“It’s much appreciated,” said Jon Burdge, BHS principal. “We are proud of Mrs. Wyndham for all she does.”
“I appreciate how Bojangles’ is helping support our high school, students and quality teachers,” said District 45 Superintendent Roy Sapough.
Every book contained a label recognizing Wyndham as teacher of the year.
They enjoyed a guided ghost tour the first night in Williamsburg, Va. with an historical tour of all the important places in Williamsburg the next morning. Jamestown and Yorktown with its sailing ship replicas were also a part of this living history lesson.
Headmaster: Jeb Fickling, Hunter Mole, Cate Polston, Ansley Grace Still and Emily Williams.
‘A' Honor Roll: Harper Sanders
‘B' Honor Roll: Natalie Creech, Dylan Epps, Makayla Folk and Macy Obermann.
Headmaster: Orry Burt, Kamryn Gantt, Nikolas Pierce and Caroline Robinson.
‘A' Honor Roll: Noland Boney and Hunter Owens.
‘B' Honor Roll: Hunter Burnett
Headmaster: Ashlyn Buff, Georgia Anne Craig, Kiersten Phillips and Heather Rhodes.
‘B' Honor Roll: Duston Sandifer
Around 66 second graders from Macedonia Elementary School visited the Edisto REC to learn the lifecycles of bees and cows.
Several Barnwell County Career Center (BCCC) students led the students in a pollination game called "Buzzy, Buzzy Bee."
One group of children wore different color hats and represented trees.
Another group of children wore yellow hats and represented bees.
The "trees" were given a plastic bag and popsicle sticks, which represented pollen.