March 21, 2008 RSS feed / Education

Triaging the train wreck of climate change

Brian Helmuth, associate professor of biological sciences and marine science at USC since 2004, received his Ph.D. in 1997 from the University of Washington. Early in his career, he discovered his beloved coral reefs in Belize were dying. More...

Future journalists from A.C. Flora attend conference

AC Flora High School newspaper and broadcast journalism students attended the Southern Interscholastic Press Association Convention (SIPA) Feb. 29- March 2 at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Columbia. More...

Foundation accepting applications for Stevenson Music Scholarship

The Partners In Education Foundation is accepting applications for the 2008 Dr. John R. Stevenson Music Scholarship. The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a Richland One high- school senior who plans to pursue post- secondary study in music. More...

Spring Valley High School news

Four Spring Valley High School Teacher Cadet students: Melissa Frierson, Brittany Roether, Rebekah Sanchez, and Brittany Woller, have been awarded Teaching Fellows Scholarships of $6000 each year for all four years with a commitment to teach in a S More...

Killian Elementary wants volunteer mentors to help children read

Killian Elementary at 6921 Clemson Road is seeking volunteers for its REACH ( Readers Enthusiastic About Climbing Higher) program. This academic mentoring program pairs a student who needs help in reading with a community volunteer. More...

Rotary Club of the Vista Night contributes to Forest Heights Elementary class

Members of Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic and the Rotary Club of the Vista Night celebrated with students at Forest Heights Elementary School. More...

Teacher's paper goes to London

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Crayton students win MATHCOUNTS again

The numbers and the trophies keep adding up for Crayton Middle School's MATHCOUNTS team. For the fourth time in the last six years, they have been crowned South Carolina MATHCOUNTS state champions. More...

Children need food during the summer

Richland One is looking for organizations in the community to serve as designated sites where children can go this summer to get a free lunch, perhaps the only nutritious meal some families will be able to afford for their children. More...

Rolling Readers come to Killian Elementary

Killian Elementary has Rolling Readers again this year. These volunteers come once a week and read to the students in the first grade and kindergarten classrooms. One such volunteer, Sophia Johnson reads weekly to Manisha Arceneaux's first graders. More...