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Congratulations to the Chesterfield County School District Employee of the Year, Mrs. Brenda Myers. Mrs. Myers was recognized at this year's districtwide Opening Day Kick-Off. Myers is the attendance clerk at Cheraw Intermediate School. According to her principal, Mr. Scott Eddins, “Mrs. Myers’ work ethic is unrivaled. She is the first one to school every day; not because this is her assigned time, but because she wants to be. She comes early to get her 'To Do' list of responsibilities completed before the normal workday demands of students, parents and teachers begin. She is patient, kind and always puts the needs of others before her own, which makes her a true servant leader. Hands down, students and staff love her; she is most deserving of this recognition and she is a great representative of all employees in our school district.”
The Chesterfield County School District was recognized for their cooperation and coordination in allowing CareSouth Carolina to provide dental, medical and behavioral health counseling services to thousands of children in 16 Chesterfield County Schools.
The Wiggins School of Education at Coker College awarded its fifth Educator of the Year Award to Ms. Stephanie Rogers, who is currently serving as Assistant Principal at Cheraw Intermediate School in Chesterfield, SC. Several teacher candidates have been placed with Ms. Rogers when she was teaching at Cheraw Primary School, and they have consistently given positive feedback regarding Ms. Roger’s mentorship. The faculty and staff of the Wiggins School of Education presented Ms. Roger’s with the award at the fall dinner honoring supervising teachers.
WSOC-TV's 9 School Tools campaign is a part of the Channel 9 Family Focus brand and was introduced in 1997. Covering over 22 counties, this is the largest school supply drive in the Carolinas and has served over 3 million children to date. In partnership with Communities in Schools Charlotte-Mecklenburg and Classroom Central, WSOC-TV collects school supplies, which are then distributed to students in grades K – 12. These items play a big role in preparing students to be successful in the upcoming school year.