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Thomas Sumter educator named Master Teacher

FROM STAFF REPORTS Paige Crowe, an educator at a local South Carolina Independent School Association institution, was recognized as a Master Teacher during a November pinning ceremony at the Fall Teachers' Conference. Crowe, who teaches at … more

Wilson Hall students dissect crayfish as part of STEAM curriculum

Seventh-grade Wilson Hall students Landon Gilley, Mackenzie Helms and Blake VanPatten dissect a cephalothorax, commonly known as a crayfish, in a lab science class taught by Sheri Singleton. For the … more

Crestwood High School junior 1 of 2 in state chosen for United States Senate Youth Program

Many high school juniors are still thinking about college applications, but one Crestwood High School third-year is already almost halfway through his associate degree and now has his sights set on a prestigious scholarship program that will land … more

Thomas Sumter Academy students serve community with holiday help, cheer

At Thomas Sumter Academy, there is more to learning than bricks, mortar and books. During this season, members of Thomas Sumter Academy's Middle School took time out of their busy schedule to visit several places in Sumter as a part of serving their … more

CCTC massage therapy student clinic is now taking appointments

Central Carolina Technical College's massage therapy student clinic schedule is open for online scheduling for appointments for spring semester beginning Jan. 15, 2019. Please read over the following reminders carefully … more

Sumter students remember Dr. Carl Whetsell with tree in his honor

The fifth-grade art students in Tonya Durant's class were excited about decorating Christmas ornaments in memory of Dr. Carl G. Whetsell. Lemira Elementary School partnered with the Tuomey Foundation to decorate a Christmas tree for the 17th-annual … more

Morris College becomes Purple Heart college

Sumter's Purple Heart Chapter 817 of the Military Order of the Purple Heart designated Morris College as a Purple Heart College during a ceremony Dec. 3 at the college's O.R. Reuben Chapel. Chapter Commander Harry Thompson presented Morris … more

State releases school report cards amid criticism, skepticism

Well, they are finally out, at least. Amid varying levels of criticism and skepticism, which can be common with a new state-wide school rating system, the state Department of Education released Thursday school report cards including scores for … more

Students learn about colonial life

SHELLY GALLOWAY / SPECIAL TO THE SUMTER ITEM Fourth-graders at Willow Drive Elementary School took a step back in time at their annual Colonial Day celebration. Students ventured through a variety of stations where they learned about making … more

Morris College to be designated a Purple Heart College Dec. 3

SUBMITTED Morris College has several notable events happening next week on the school's campus. First will be a commissioning ceremony for Cadet Justin Jermaine Walker, who will become the 54th officer commissioned at Morris. At 10 a.m. on … more

3 alumni elected to Morris College Board of Trustees

SUBMITTED The Morris College Board of Trustees elected three alumni and longtime benefactors to its executive board at its 2018 fall board meeting in October: state Rep. J. David Weeks, D-Sumter, chairman; Dr. Audrey P. Neal, vice chairman; and … more

TSA teacher awarded SCISA designation as Master Teacher

Paige Crowe, TSA's STEAM coordinator/teacher and art teacher, was recently awarded the South Carolina Independent School Association's designation as Master Teacher. Crowe and Paul Sorrells were on hand at a recent celebration at SCISA as Crowe was … more

STEAM at Wilson Hall

PHOTO PROVIDED Wilson Hall freshmen Evan Bell and Ellie Spencer build a VEX robot in the mechatronics class, part of the school's STEAM curriculum, taught by Lee Gandy and held in the new innovation lab. Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field … more

Sumter chamber recognizes 12 students

The Greater Sumter Chamber of Commerce celebrated 12 outstanding students at Ebenezer Middle School on Nov. 15 with the presentation of the Golden Apple Awards. Each student was recognized for having integrity and strong moral character, states a … more

Sumter middle school student charged after Lakewood High shooting threat on Facebook

A 14-year-old middle school student has been taken into custody after the threat of a shooting at Lakewood High School in response to alleged bullying was made on social media Sunday. Sumter … more

Clarendon Hall competes at SCISA chess tournament

On Nov. 13, six high school students represented Clarendon Hall at the South Carolina Independent School Association High School Chess Tournament held at Sumter County Civic Center: from left, seated, are Logan Hinman and Gabriel Collier; standing, … more

Revamped Sumter school board to select officers

After the election news has cleared the air and candidate signs have been removed from seemingly every street corner, Sumter School District's revamped Board of Trustees will have its first meeting Monday. The five newly elected trustees on the … more

Teenage drama at Wilson Hall

Wilson Hall students Maddie Crawshaw, Caitlyn Schumacher, Wilson Frerichs and Ann Weathers Blankenship, members of the middle school theater troupe advised by Emily Robinson and Tara Schumacher, perform a scene from "Big Red" recently on the … more

Wilson Hall chess team wins state title

Wilson Hall's high school chess team, advised by Carmen McCaffrey, won the S.C. Independent School Association State Chess Tournament held at Sumter County Civic Center on Nov. 13. The following members of the team are seen with the championship … more
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