Enoree Students Volunteer at the Greenville County Special Olympics
On April 10th, more than 100 Enoree Students spent their day volunteering for the Special Olympics at Furman University. Bradley White Kennedy was one of the students that volunteered this year. When asked abouth the experience he said: "It was a really great experience that I think everyone should participate in. It gave me a different view of people when we all came together to help out."
Pictured above are Enoree volunteers Gari Smith and Brian Nalley.
Enoree Career & Technology Center Recognized among Nation's Most Improved Centers
Enoree Career and Technology Center has been named one of the 15 Most Improved Career and Technology Centers in the Nation from 2010 to 2012 by the Technology Centers That Work branch of the Southern Regional Education Board. This award was based on the student scores on the National High Schools That Work Academic Assessment Test from the 2009-10 and 2011-12 school years.
“Receiving this recognition validates the hard work and changes the teachers, staff and most importantly, students have made over the past six years to better prepare all students for the future,” said Enoree CTC Director Mike Parris. “This award will further improve the perception students, parents, and business and industry partners have of Enoree Career and Technology Center.”
“Over the past six years the total number of students served by Enoree Career and Technology Center has doubled from 281 students served during the 2005-06 year to 563 students served this school year,” he added.