Piedmont Tech Spring Graduations Set for May 5  

  April 26, 2022

Piedmont Technical College (PTC) will hold two in-person spring commencement exercises on Thursday, May 5, 2022. An 11 a.m. ceremony will recognize graduates from our Health Care and Engineering/Industrial divisions.…

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Clark Academy principal to serve permanently

  April 25, 2022

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is proud to announce Carolyn Anderson as principal at Septima P. Clark Academy. Anderson has served as the school’s interim principal since the beginning of…

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Liberty Hill principal to serve permanently

  April 25, 2022

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is proud to announce Corey Shaw as principal at Liberty Hill Academy (LHA). Shaw served as the school’s interim principal during the 2021-2022 school year.…

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Lander Student Academic Symposium Called ‘Impressive’

  April 25, 2022

Lander University senior nursing student Jacob Sims discusses “The Effects of Bipolar Disorder on Interpersonal Relationships Among Individuals in the Geriatric Population: A Targeted Review of the Literature,” one of…

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LCSD 55 Celebrates School Lunch Heroes

  April 22, 2022

Student nutrition professionals are vital to the well-being of students in Laurens County School Ditrict 55 (LCSD 55).  Focused on adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and…

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For this College President, It’s Game On!  

  April 22, 2022

Piedmont Technical College President Dr. Hope E. Rivers shared her insights at a Women’s History Month Roundtable event March 24 on PTC’s Newberry Campus. She noted that there will always…

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Two senior chief administrators win awards

  April 21, 2022

Two senior chief administrators in Richland School District Two are being recognized for their work. Senior Chief Human Resources Officer, Shawn Williams, has been named the 2021-2022 South Carolina Personnel…

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PC Jazz Band Debut Concert Scheduled for April 26th

  April 18, 2022

On Tuesday, April 26th, PC Jazz Band will take the stage for the very first time in Belk Auditorium. This is the first public performance of the PC Jazz Band, a music…

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Author and Poet Janisse Ray Visits Lander University

  April 18, 2022

While admitting that front-end research is an important part of the writing process, author and poet Janisse Ray insists that statistics alone aren’t what change a reader’s mind. Ray, who…

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Grant launches rural dental training program

  April 18, 2022

The James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) will launch a two-year rural dentistry fellowship with a grant from the BlueCross® BlueShield®…

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South Carolina to Host First Statewide Family Code Night

  April 18, 2022

The event will include fun, at-home learning for all families with K-5 children, with video welcome from Governor Henry McMaster and State Superintendent Molly Spearman All South Carolina families with…

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Lander Stands Out at SEPA Conference

  April 17, 2022

A contingent from Lander University made a favorable impression at the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) Conference, held from March 23 to March 26, at Hilton Head Island. A scholarly paper…

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Dual enrollment trains a skilled workforce

  April 12, 2022

Midlands Technical College is serving more dual enrollment students than ever. This growth comes as part of intentional efforts to grow the percentage of those students enrolled in career training…

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Thornwell Holds Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Breakfast

  April 11, 2022

April is Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month. Thornwell is partnering with the Children’s Trust of South Carolina to raise awareness about this issue. South Carolina ranks 41 in the…

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CSU alum bringing autism arts camp to Charleston

  April 11, 2022

Ashley Drayton, a 2010 Charleston Southern University alumna, observed during her years with Parks and Recreation that those with special needs were not championed in the camp environment. Drayton, an actress, model,…

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NCHS opens Family and Community Center on campus

  April 11, 2022

North Charleston High School (NCHS) officially began a new era of community engagement on April 4, 2022. School staff members hosted a ceremony to commemorate the opening of the NCHS…

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Community forum with law enforcement to be held May 3

  April 11, 2022

A community forum for Pickens County residents and law enforcement officials will take place Tuesday, May 3, 5:30-7 p.m., at Tri-County Technical College’s Easley campus located at 1774 Powdersville Road.…

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