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Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 faculty, staff, and administrators gathered at Edisto Fork United Methodist Church on August 9, 2016 for the 2016-2017 Back to School Opening Ceremony.The district introduced the Teachers of the Year from each school site and also the 2016-2017 District Teacher of the Year was introduced.
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The 2016-2017 Support Staff Person of the Year is Betty Jenkins from the Cope Area Career Center.
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The district introduced the Support Staff Person of the Year from each school site and also the 2016-2017 Support Staff Person of the Year was introduced.
Support Staff Person of the Year from each site are Betty Jenkins-CACC, Lisa Moutrie-HKTH, Jo Ann Williams-HKTE, Laura Lytle-LES, Candace Ilderton_BHS, Geri Dukes-STAR, Mary Edgemon-CEMS, Sonny Davis-EES, Angel Darby-Frazier-EPS, Aldenise Simmons-EHS and Mary Fox-DO.The Teachers of the Year from each site are Pam Kinard-CACC, Dorothy Govan-EES, Valerie Funchess-BHS, Jenny Thompson-LES, Yolanda Keitt-Grigsby-HKTE, Marie Hallman-HKTH, Barbara Elliott-EHS, Craig Maciejewski-CEMS and Amy Thompson-EPS.The 2016-2017 District Teacher of the Year is Amy Thompson. Thompson is a second grade teacher at Edisto Primary School and has been with the district for 12 years.At the February 21, 2017 board meeting, Superintendent Newman, recognized the winner of this years Christmas Card Contest. Shelia Edwards, Guidance Counselor at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler High School.Bethany Jameson, a senior at Edisto High School, was honored with a framed copy of the winning Christmas card. Karyn Moss, Drama Teacher, of Carver-Edisto Middle School. The South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) has recognized Mr. Garvin with a certificate and a pin from the SCSBA. Garvin for your dedicated service to Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4.The Institute offers six levels of training that focus on leadership skills for board members on state and national issues. The character trait for November was Responsibility. Rodonna Tiller, Administrative Assistant at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler Elementary School The Orangeburg Chamber of Commerce and the 2015 Leadership Orangeburg County class awarded scholarships to two Orangeburg Four students.