Donations from Hospice of Chesterfield County and Springhill Assisted Living will help to assist Chesterfield County School District’s 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year Emalee Spencer attend a number of events and seminars around the state in the coming months.
Spencer will soon be attending the South Carolina Teacher of the Year Banquet in Columbia on April 22. The State Teacher of the Year will be announced at this event.
Screwmatics Business Operations and Project Manager Billy Hogge was the guest speaker for the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) Induction Ceremony at Northeastern Technical College on March 12.
The NTHS brings recognition, scholarship opportunities, and career opportunities to students who excel in various fields of technical education.
On March 9, the New Heights Middle School Drama Club presented Aladdin. Students have been working with the Baillie Players who provided the script, music and costumes. Ms. Lauren Armstead, Mrs. Mary Beth Rollings and Mr. Chad Johnson worked with the students to learn their lines and directed the students’ acting in each scene. A special performance was held at 1:30pm for select students from each grade level who were in good standing regarding grades and behavior. An evening performance was held for parents, faculty, friends and community members.
On Friday, March 6, Senator Sheheen visited Pageland Elementary School at the request of the fourth grade social studies teachers. He emphasized the responsibilities that the government has to its citizens, as well as the responsibilities that citizens have to each other.
Senator Sheheen described the three branches of government, his job as a senator, and how the national and state governments differ. The teachers had prepped the students with facts about the S.C. government.
State Representative Richard Yow recently visiting with students at New Heights Middle School.