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GREER EDUCATION From October 2016


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Rita Allison, Hayne Hipp to be awarded Wilkins Award for Excellence
OCT 31, 2016

Rita Allison (R-District 36) has been announced winner of the David H. Wilkins Awards for Excellence by the Furman University Riley Institute.
 

Furman University’s Riley Institute has announced the winners of its David H. Wilkins Awards for Excellence.

Rita Allison (R-District 36) will be awarded the David H. Wilkins Award for Excellence in Legislative Leadership and Hayne Hipp, former CEO of The Liberty Corporation and founder of the Liberty Fellows, will receive the David H. Wilkins Award for Excellence in Civic Leadership.

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Big Thursday: Chander Creek, Crestview schools choruses to entertain during barbecue lunch
OCT 30, 2016

The Chandler Creek Elementary School chorus will entertain at the barbecue lunch.
 

Three children’s choirs will provide entertainment during the Big Thursday barbecue lunch on Nov. 3.from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Fairview Baptist Church fellowship hall,

Crestview Elementary chorus, Chandler Creek Elementary chorus, and the Little Me Academy chorus will sing.

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Greer students meet Spirit Week goal, benefits Greer Community Ministries
OCT 29, 2016

Students celebrate raising $20,140 during Spirit Week that benefits Greer Community Ministries.
 

Greer High School held its Spirit Week that concluded Saturday night with the Sadie Hawkins dance.

The $20,140 raised was just over the goal set by the senior class.

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Riverside Speech and Debate team win Queen City tournament
OCT 24, 2016

The Riverside High School Speech and Debate champions at the Queen City Tournament.
 

The Riverside High School Speech and Debate Team won the Queen City Tournament at Charlotte Catholic High School in Pineville, N.C., on Saturday.

Riverside beat out 30 schools from four states.

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Stephen Unwin, founder of the British National Touring Company, in residence at USC Upstate in November
OCT 18, 2016

Stephen Unwin, founder of the British National Touring Company in London, will be in residence at the University of South Carolina Upstate to conduct free Master's classes and seminars.
 
 

Stephen Unwin, founder of the British National Touring Company in London, will be in residence at the University of South Carolina Upstate from Nov. 7-14 to conduct seminars, Master’s Classes and to teach workshops.

Master’s Class sessions are held in the Studio Theatre and are free and open to the public. Class times are:

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Fitzpatrick receives award for 'Between Husbands and Wives'
OCT 18, 2016

Interim Chancellor of the University of South Carolina Upstate Mary Anne Fitzpatrick has received an award for her book, “Between Husbands and Wives”.
 

Interim Chancellor of the University of South Carolina Upstate Mary Anne Fitzpatrick has received an award from the National Communication Association for her well-known book, “Between Husbands and Wives”.

The Distinguished Book Award is given by the Family Communication Division of NCA to recognize outstanding scholarly books that contribute to the field of family communication.

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ScanSource donates to the Greenville Tech Foundation
OCT 18, 2016

Left to right: Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College, Paul Constantine, Co-President for the ScanSource Worldwide Barcode, Networking and Security segment, Les Gardner, director of development with the Greenville Tech Foundation, and David Clayton, executive director of the Center for Manufacturing Innovation, gather with donated equipment at the Center for Manufacturing Innovation.
 

ScanSource, Inc., a leading global provider of technology products and solutions, has donated five 3D printers and related supplies to the Greenville Tech Foundation. The equipment and supplies, a gift valued at $50,000, will be used at the Gene Haas Center for Manufacturing Innovation to support additive manufacturing education.

“We are grateful to ScanSource for the many ways the company has ensured that we can produce highly skilled graduates that employers will want to hire,” said Dr. Keith Miller, president of Greenville Technical College. “Their generosity means that we have the best tools for teaching.”

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Riverside Middle School students participate in career day
OCT 12, 2016

Riverside Middle School students participate in career day

Riverside Middle School seventh-grade students participated in a district career fair at the TD Convention Center.

The students visited representatives from more than 80 businesses and learned about a wide variety of careers.

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Eye exams and clear vision empower students to learn more
OCT 11, 2016

Eye exams and clear vision empower students to learn more

StatePoint

Every child deserves the opportunity to excel in the classroom, and clear vision empowers students to perform up to twice as well in school, according to research from the Rural Education Action Program. In fact, experts at The Vision Council confirm that 80 percent of children's learning occurs through visual processing.

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Greer Middle College hosts Halloween-themed event Oct. 28
OCT 5, 2016

Greer Middle College hosts Halloween-themed event Oct. 28

Greer Middle College Charter High School will host a night of family fun on Friday, Oct. 28 from 5-8 p.m.

The event is open to the public.

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Blue Ridge HS Relay for Life team raises more than $3,000
OCT 5, 2016

Left to right: Campbell Davenport (National Honor Society President grade 12), Brandon Cole (American Cancer Society Community Manager), Joel Perkin (National Honor Society Co-Advisor), Reena Watson (BRHS Principal), Lt. Col. David Rogers (AF Junior ROTC Senior Instructor), and Courtney Gates (AFJROTC Cadet Corps Commander grade 12).
 

The Blue Ridge High School Relief for Life team raised $3,085.04 during its 2015-2016 fundraising drive.

The Air Force JROTC cadet and National Honor Society students raised the money for the American Cancer Society.

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