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Metal detectors, security cameras, school entrance upgrades ahead for schools
JUN 25, 2018

Metal detectors, security cameras, school entrance upgrades ahead for schools

The Spartanburg District Five Schools Board of Trustees has unanimously approved an $85.7 million budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year. That's a 5.3 percent increase over the previous year and is the 9th consecutive year no millage increase for the general operating side of the budget.

Enrollment growth will result in an increase in the district’s debt service millage this year, although the exact amount will remain unknown until tax assessments are released later in the fall. This increase is scheduled to fund the construction of a classroom expansion at Abner Creek Academy.

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Please don't meet us by accident this summer
JUN 19, 2018

BY T.J. MACK, BSN, RN, CEN

“Courtesy of Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System” 

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Greenville County Schools Job Fair at Bonds Career Center
JUN 12, 2018

Greenville County Schools Job Fair at Bonds Career Center

A Greenville County Schools Job Fair will be held Tuesday (June 12) at J. Harley Bonds Career Center, 505 North Main Street in Greer from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.

The focus of this job fair will be on the transportation department. 

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Upstate youth just misses being a meteorologist for a day
JUN 12, 2018

Jonathan Lovegrove was among the finalists in  promotion seeking to become a meteorologist for a day on the Weather Channel.
 

A 13-year-old boy from the Upstate just missed being selected one of four children to earn a trip to Atlanta to appear on the Weather Channel.

Jonathan Lovegrove from Greer was among the finalists from a Land’s End promotion seeking to become a meteorologist for a day. It’s been Jonathan’s young dream to be on TV to present the weather.

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Vincent Cicino excels at National Academic Quizbowl Tournament
JUN 6, 2018

Quiz Bowl team members, left to right: Mark Tolchinsky, Erden Ucok (Co-Captain), Vincent Cicino (Captain), Nayha Hussain, Allison Watts, and Kyle Obuszewski.

Vincent Cicino, Captain of the Riverside High School Academic Team, was the top-ranked student from South Carolina at the 2018 High School National Championship Tournament. 

Vincent came in 33 out of 1,664 competitors from across the United States, placing in the top 2 percent nationally. 

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