Posted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Materials Review Committee Members Needed

Greenville County Schools needs members of the community to serve on the Elementary, Middle and High School Materials Review Committees. The committees are responsible for handling complaints from the public concerning the appropriateness of instructional materials. The deadline for submitting letters of interest is Thursday, October 24, 2013.

At the elementary school level, vacancies are open for three parents with children enrolled in Greenville County elementary schools, four District elementary school teachers from different grade levels, one District elementary school media specialist, one clergyman and two non-employees of the school district.

At the middle school level, vacancies are for three parents with children enrolled in Greenville County middle schools, three District middle school teachers from different subject areas, one District middle school media specialist, one clergyman, and two non-employees of the school district.

At the high school level, vacancies are for three parents with children enrolled in Greenville County high schools, three District high school teachers from different subject areas; one high school media specialist, one clergyman, and two non-employees of the school district.

Committee members serve three-year terms. Vacancies are filled by the Greenville County Board of Trustees. Any citizen living in the areas served by The School District of Greenville County who meets eligibility requirements may apply.

Persons wishing to apply for the Elementary, Middle or High Materials Review Committees should direct a letter of interest, as well as the committee for which you are applying, to:

Jeff McCoy
Director of Academic Innovation and Technology
Greenville County Schools
P. O. Box 2848
Greenville, SC, 29602
jmccoy@greenville.k12.sc.us
Fax: 864-355-9995

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