Erin McCottry Completes Governor’s School of the Arts

Erin McCottry Completes Governor’s School of the Arts

Erin Elaine Springs McCottry recently completed a summer Visual Arts program at the South Carolina Governor’s School of the Arts and Humanities. She was selected after applying and interviewing to be among the first class for Visual Arts. The school is located in Greenville and offers programs in Drama, Music, Dance, Creative Writing and Visual […]

Locals Attend Governor’s School for Science and Math

Locals Attend Governor’s School for Science and Math

Tres Yonce and Kyle Vega both attended Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics the week of July 13-17. Tres attended classes for computer programming and Kyle attended pre-med classes. These students and their achievement are to be given applause! Left is Tres Yonce and far right is Kyle Vega. Wesley Vega (center) joined them for […]

County Schools Free or Reduced Price Meals Guidelines

County Schools Free or Reduced Price Meals Guidelines

Edgefield County School District, today announced its policy for free and reduced price milk for children served in residential child care institution (RCCI), camps, schools and/or sites that participate in the Special Milk Program. The following household size and income criteria for determining eligibility are provided: Household Size and Income Guidelines for Free Meals or […]

Two Education Leaders Receive Awards

Two Education Leaders Receive Awards

COLUMBIA, S.C. – School leaders in Darlington & Greenwood have been named 2015 SCASA Lifetime Achievement Award recipients. The S. C. Association of School Administrators (SCASA) and South Carolina Association of Governmental Organizations (SCAGO) presents these awards. Each year, SCASA selects education leaders as exemplars of education leadership. The most recent award winners are Dr. […]

American Legion Essay State Winners

American Legion Essay State Winners

Two Edgefield County students won first place in the state for their essays sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Turner Miles Peeples, a seventh grade student at Wardlaw Academy won in category three which is for grades 7 and 8. Beth Warnken, a tenth grade student at Wardlaw Academy, won for category IV which is […]

Summer Camps and Programs Provide Options for All Ages

Summer Camps and Programs Provide Options for All Ages

Young people looking for something different, fun and exciting to do this summer will find several options available from Piedmont Technical College. A variety of educational as well as entertaining camps and programs will be offered for kids of all ages. Students ages 11-18 who want to participate in an educational experience can choose from […]

David Fallaw Named New Assistant Superintendent

David Fallaw Named New Assistant Superintendent

The Edgefield County School District has announced that current Chief Financial Officer for the school district, David Fallaw, has been appointed to serve as assistant superintendent effective July 1, 2015. Mr. Fallaw will take the place of Donna Strom who notified the school board of her desire to retire at the end of this fiscal […]