Parker Elementary Receives 8 Books for Each Student

Parker Elementary Receives 8 Books for Each Student

W.E. Parker Elementary was the recipient of over 4,000 books, 8 for each child. The books were donated by the State Department of South Carolina and the Reading Warehouse. Each child at Parker Elementary received 8 free books to read over summer vacation. W.E. Parker Elementary would like to thank those who donated the books […]

Thurmond FFA Takes First Place in Turf Grass Competition

Thurmond FFA Takes First Place in Turf Grass Competition

The Strom Thurmond Career and Technology Center FFA Turfgrass team took first place honors in the State Turfgrass Career Development Event (CDE) held at Piedmont Technical College in Saluda South Carolina on Saturday, May 17, 2014. Team members Lucky Bailey, High Individual Scorer in the state event; Karson Barrett, Third High Individual Scorer; Jonathan McCreery, […]

Strom Thurmond Career and Technology Center’s Business Management Program

Strom Thurmond Career and Technology Center’s Business Department offers courses designed to teach students software applications that are necessary to live and work in a technological society. For the first time in the history of our country, the educational skills of one generation will not surpass, will not equal, and will not even approach those […]

Strom Thurmond Band Director Headed to the Beach

Strom Thurmond Band Director Headed to the Beach

Van Clark will take over North Myrtle Beach High School’s band program in mid June following a nineteen-year stint at Strom Thurmond High in Edgefield County. “Edgefield County is my home, always has been and always will be,” stated the affable director of the Rebel Regiment. “I was given the opportunity to fulfill one of […]

Clemson University Cited as National Leader in Economic Development

Clemson University Cited as National Leader in Economic Development

CLEMSON – Clemson University is among 12 universities nationwide that have been cited for helping drive economic growth at a time when more states are looking to their higher-education institutions to create jobs and investment. The university has expanded research and development, enhanced instructional programs and adopted a “daring and novel” mission in a “relatively […]

4th Grade Wardlaw Goes to Barrier Island Camp

4th Grade Wardlaw Goes to Barrier Island Camp

The fourth grade class of Wardlaw Academy ventured to Barrier Island Environmental Camp for 3 days and 2 nights on April 14 – 16.  It was a spectacular trip, even if the weather was a bit windy, rainy, and chilly!  The class did not miss a beat, for they eagerly ran from one class to […]

Merriwether Elementary Celebrates Earth Day

Merriwether Elementary Celebrates Earth Day

Merriwether Elementary School’s 4th grade students honored Earth Day on Tuesday, April 22. Students began by using their artistic skills to make paintings of the Earth. Students also wrote promises to the Earth. Some examples of student promises were to reduce, reuse, and recycle and others promised not to litter. Students all came to the […]

Edgefield School District Honor Roll 3rd Nine Weeks 2013-2014

Douglas Elementary Second Grade AB Honor Roll: Mark Bishop, Joey Brooks, Katlyn Chinn, Mehki Coping, Nathaniel Crow, Logan Gill, Victoria Herron, Zariyah Holloway, Azaria Holmes, Robert Murrell, Khalil Rodriquez, Lizbeth Trujillo. Third Grade A Honor Roll: Jade Bussey, Jari Smith, Cara Williams, David Wise Third Grade AB Honor Roll: Adriana Bacon, William Bush-Jackson, D’Kaemon Curry, […]

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