Pageland, SC (May 21, 2019) - Central High School is pleased to recognize nineteen agriculture students who earned industry certifications this academic year. Through the intensive certification program, these students have gained essential career skills in various Career and Technical Education (CTE) subject areas that will promote a successful transition to postsecondary education and theworkforce. Students with these certifications have received the necessary background and knowledge in their respective fields of interest that will lead them to a valuable and meaningful career. To earn the certification, each student completed the required coursework and passed a rigorous final exam.
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The above Cheraw High School students in Mrs. Tambra Watson's 2nd semester IBA II class earned their Microsoft Office Specialist certification in Word Expert 2016. The MOS certification is recognized worldwide and demonstrates students' level of proficiency in Word. Earning this industry level certification helps set students apart in the competitive job market and broadens their career opportunities. (From left to right: Demyasha Harrington, Shanice Bostic, Bridget Teal, Hailey Gainey, Ezekiel Tinsley, Kevin Luport, Isces McCluskey, Imani Roberts)
Congratulations Ms. Mae Rivers Chesterfield County School District Office Employee of the Year!
Congratulations to the McBee High baseball team... Class A state champions! The Panthers won the title with a 7-3 win over Green Sea-Floyd's Tuesday evening.
Omoro King has been named the new principal of New Heights Middle School. Since 2002, King has served in the Chesterfield County School District as a math teacher at McBee High School and Cheraw High School, as an assistant principal at Long Middle School, and as the principal of Jefferson Elementary since 2015.