Entries by Chad Vail

Jerry Zucker Middle School Hosts Boeing SC Announcement; Receives 3D Printer for School’s Pre-engineering Program

North Charleston, SC – December 16, 2014 – It was from the Jerry Zucker Middle School cafeteria that Ray Conner, president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes announced several significant investments supporting children’s wellness in the Charleston region. The Lowcountry Food Bank received $100,000 to forward their mission, and Medical University of South Carolina will receive […]

Lincoln MHS Students Visit Sams Club for Work-based Learning Experience

Lincoln Middle High School students recently assisted Athletics Director Rodney Dewitt during a visit to Sam’s Club in North Charleston for supplies. The students used their math skills to determine the best prices and their soft-skills during interactions with store associates. This work-based learning experience will help ensure these students are better prepared to manage resources and communicate professionally.

R. B. Stall Health Science Students Partner with Future Dental Hygienists from @TridentTech for Oral Hygiene Research

Student in Ms. Shiver’s Health Science program at R. B. Stall High School were recently invited to assist students studying to become dental hygienists at Trident Technical College with a special research project. The project focuses on oral hygiene education, and uses an individual oral hygiene index for comparative study.All participating R. B. Stall students were […]

CTE Student Video Contest

Announcing the first annual CTE Student Video Contest! Students can win prizes for submitting creative videos about their CTE program of study. Here is a flyer with all the details  Students may work in teams or individually – all students working in a group must submit a media waiver, and will split prizes awarded. Some students […]

Zucker MS Students Take Marshmallow Challenge with SCRA Volunteers on Day of Caring

          Employees from SCRA (South Carolina Research Authority) and CIS (Communities in Schools) spent the day at Jerry Zucker Middle School on Friday, November 14, 2014 as they participated in Trident United Way’s Day of Caring. They installed a giant “Be the Spark” mural over one of the school’s stairways and […]

New West Ashley HS Greenhouse Installed on Day of Caring 2014

Over a year ago, several West Ashley High School teachers agreed on a goal of expanding an already fruitful partnership: Luke Hamilton’s special education students were cultivating herbs and vegetables in raised beds at the school and Jason Wheless’ culinary arts students were using what they grew in their recipes. Sandy Pennekamp, the CTE Department Chair at WAHS […]