Tigerville and Woodland Elementary, Riverside Middle and Riverside, Berea and Greer High Schools created large, colorful holiday cards for Roper Mountain Holiday Lights.
Starting with a blank piece of plywood, the students designed and painted the cards, which are now on display at the top of the amphitheater walkway in Winter Wonderland.
Riverside Middle School 8th-grade student Brylan Hoxworth won first place in the Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District Photography Contest.
Her photo, Beauty in a Storm, was the overall winner for 8th-grade.
The Riverside Speech and Debate team won the Team Sweepstakes Championship with 200 points at the 1st Annual Charlotte Catholic Queen City Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 6.
Varsity Lincoln Douglas Debate
The Riverside girls and Kate Ambrose were celebrated with proclamations Tuesday night at city council as state champion in Class AAAA this season.
The Riverside boys team was also honored.
Riverside High School’s Kate Ambrose was honored by Greer City Council Tuesday night for winning the South Carolina High School League AAAA cross country championship.
Ambrose will be remembered historically as the first athlete to win a state championship in Class AAAA.
City Hall was a venue for champions Tuesday night at its final city council meeting of the year.
The Riverside boys, girls and Kate Ambrose were celebrated with proclamations as state champion in Class AAAA this season.
Will Young, head football coach at Greer High School, has been selected the Region II-AAA coach of the year.
Greer tied Emerald for most players on the All-Region team with seven.
Ginger Greer's strings classes were visited recently by author Kimberly Cross Teter, who wrote Isabella's Libretto, a young adult historical fiction novel set in Venice, Italy in 1715.
The book focuses on a Venetian orchestra directed by Antonio Vivaldi consisting entirely of females, most of whom had been orphaned or abandoned as infants.