September 1, 2006 RSS feed / Education

Students remember Shandon School

Thanks for all your interesting features, especially the ones on Shandon/Schneider School. I attended Shandon School from 1933 to 1939.I lived four blocks away and all who were near got together and walked to and from school. More...

Glenforest School accepts four-legged furry student

A four-month-old Saint Bernard puppy named Claire arrived for her first day at Glenforest School on August 21. Sporting a brand new, bright blue backpack, she fit right in among the students at the school in West Columbia. More...

Letter to the editor

Where was the first Mrs. Sloan's Dancing School?

I have enjoyed the articles on Mrs. Sloan's Dancing School. I, too, attended the school. Being a shy boy, I dreaded going at first, but my mother made me go. I always enjoyed it once I got there. Later on I did not have to be forced to go. More...

Classical saxophonist heads to Governor's School for the Arts

Freeman Hamilton is an 11th grader who was home schooled the last two years, in part to afford him time to develop his musical talents. In April, he learned he had been accepted to the Governor's School for the Arts. More...

Scout leader congratulates Eagle Scout

Scoutmaster Jeff Bloom (r) is proud of Dallas Jackson who is the newest Eagle Scout in Troop 397 at Asbury United Methodist Church. Dallas passed his Eagle Board of Review in April. More...

Mathias Dingman wins gold in Varna

Mathias Dingman won a gold medal in the Varna International Ballet competition last month. He then flew to Japan to guest dance. He re-cently left for his first professional job with the Birmingham Royal Ballet in England. More...

Richland Two offers adult education

The Adult Education Program of Richland School District 2 is enrolling for the 2006-07 school year. Classes begin Tuesday, September 5. More...