Communication. The time is right to put together a blog for our Spartanburg Two District family: employees, parents, community and students. The purpose will be to provide some background and insight into decisions, programs, and philosophy surrounding circumstances that are impacting what we do in providing an outstanding education for the students of Boiling Springs and Chesnee. You are invited to check in periodically to see what the superintendent is thinking. You are also encouraged to contact me with your questions and suggestions; email is generally the best avenue. My email address is email@example.com.
Boiling Springs High School and Chesnee High School each sent two, 2-man fishing teams to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources State Youth Bass Fishing Championship on Saturday.
Both of our schools performed well, with the BSHS team finishing 2nd in the state.
STEAM Students from Chesnee High School are beautifying and inspiring their community by painting a mural near Cada Park in downtown Chesnee. The mural aims to be a destination spot for family photos, and it hopes to offer some inspiration. A student-written quote “A little town doesn’t mean small dreams” will be written on the mural. Click here to watch as students began the project on Thursday.
Spartanburg Two entered the world of Lego Robotics with an inter-district scrimmage between Rainbow Lake, Chesnee and Boiling Springs Middle Schools! The scrimmage allowed students to put their skills to the test in a competitive setting as they prepare to take on teams from other districts in North and South Carolina. Click here to see more from the first ever Lego Robotics scrimmage in our district.
WSPA News aired a touching story on Mayo Elementary teachers Courtney McDowell and Carrie Wyatt. The report focused on the special, encouraging notes that these teachers take time to write for each of their students. Click here to watch the report.
Rainbow Lake Middle School student Ben Brumlow has made it to the state level competition of the National Geographic Bee. Ben first had to win his school's bee then score high enough on a test administered by NatGeo to qualify for the state competition. Ben won the RLM Bee by correctly answering the question "what is the only Canadian province that uses French as their primary language?" Ben correctly answered "Quebec."