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Make plans to attend the SC School Improvement Council Annual Meeting on Saturday, March 7, to be held at River Bluff High School in Columbia, SC.

Registration is FREE, but advance registration is required no later than Monday, March 2.
Attendance will be limited to the first 200 individuals to register.

Download your registration form and register for the SC-SIC Annual Meeting!

2015 SC-SIC Annual Meeting and STEAMosphere agenda

2015 SC-SIC Annual Meeting and STEAMosphere flyer

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River Bluff High School
320 Corley Mill Rd
Lexington, SC 29072

 

River Bluff High School main level: meeting locations

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Five School Improvement Councils named finalists for annual state Riley Award for SIC Excellence!

Five South Carolina School Improvement Councils (SICs) have been named statewide 2015 award finalists for their accomplishments in parent and civic engagement.

The SC School Improvement Council’s annual Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence was created in 2002 to recognize the significant contributions made to public education by the nearly 15,000 local SIC members who volunteer in the state’s 1,100-plus K-12 public schools.

In alphabetical order, this year’s Riley Award finalists are:

  • Blythewood High SIC (Richland School District Two)
  • J.L. Mann High SIC (Greenville County Schools)
  • Myrtle Beach Cluster SIC (Horry County Schools)
  • North Augusta High SIC (Aiken County Public School District)
  • Rudolph Gordon Elementary SIC (Greenville County Schools)

The winner of the 2015 Riley Award will be selected from this year’s finalists and announced at the SC-SIC Annual Meeting, Saturday, March 7, at River Bluff High School in Lexington.

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Seven local SICs named to SC School Improvement Council Honor Roll for 2015

The School Improvement Councils (SICs) of seven South Carolina public schools have been named to the SC School Improvement Council’s 2015 Honor Roll for their significant efforts to foster civic engagement in public education.

These Honor Roll SICs will continue in the running for SC-SIC’s annual Dick and Tunky Riley Award for School Improvement Council Excellence. Named for the former US Secretary of Education and South Carolina Governor and his late wife, the Riley Award was created in 2002 to recognize the vital contributions made by more than 1,100 local SICs and  their nearly 15,000 SIC members across the state.

The seven School Improvement Councils named to the SC-SIC Honor Roll for 2015 are:

  • Blythewood High SIC (Richland School District 2)
  • Greendale Elementary SIC (Aiken County Public School District)
  • Harbison West Elementary SIC (School District 5 of Lexington and Richland Counties)
  • J.L. Mann High SIC (Greenville County Schools)
  • North Augusta High SIC (Aiken County Public School District)
  • Myrtle Beach Primary/Elementary/Intermediate Cluster SIC (Horry County Schools)
  • Rudolph Gordon Elementary SIC (Greenville County Schools)
Five finalists from this year’s list of Honor Roll SICs will be selected next month, with one to be announced as the winner of the annual Riley Award for SIC Excellence in early March. 

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Council News masthead Vol 37 Issue 1 

Available now - Council News, Volume 37, Issue 1

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In The Loop Logo
Meet In the Loop, SC-SIC's newest way to keep SIC members and friends informed of events, dates, news, and other happenings. In the Loop is sent to all SIC members and supporters who share their email addresses with us. Click the logo above to explore In the Loop and feel free to print out and share it with fellow SIC members who may not have received it. Want to receive In the Loop in your Inbox? Just contact SC-SIC Digital and Web Director Claudia Parnell at cparnell@mailbox.sc.edu to be added to the list.

Available now - Volume 1, Issue 8 - Thursday, 02-19-2015

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SIC Spotlight: Ebinport Elementary School, Rock Hill, SC

The SIC at Ebinport Elementary School in Rock Hill is an example of how an SIC can (1) use data to identify student needs and (2) promote their school's use of research-based tools to begin addressing those needs. (read more)

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Competitions and workshops offered by SC Economics

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Download the new SIC brochure!
SC-SIC designed this brochure for you to be easily printed or copied in black and white. It is a Microsoft Word file and can be easily modified using Microsoft Office software.


 

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FREE BOOK RESOURCE!

"Building Better Schools by Engaging Support Staff" -Sam Bartlett and Vie Herlocker

While supplies last, we are offering one free copy per SIC upon request.