To Inspire and Equip

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This is an exciting time in the life of Spartanburg School District 7. With two new schools under construction, and a wide range of initiatives that support our cradle to career objectives, District 7 is well on its way to fulfilling its goal to be a model district in the state and a leading District in the Southeast. As we reaffirm our mission to inspire and equip our children for meaningful lives of leadership and service, we do so with an abiding commitment to give them a competitive edge, skills for life and a heart for learning.
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District 7 Honoring Local School Board Members

District 7 Honoring Local School Board Members
School District 7 has joined districts throughout the state and nation to celebrate School Board Recognition Month this January. On Tuesday, January 9, 2018 when District 7 trustees gathered for their first meeting of the new year, Superintendent Dr. Russell Booker welcomed the group back and applauded their contributions to public education. District 7 has long been fortunate to enjoy the leadership of dedicated men and women who go above and beyond to care about our children and to advance our schools. While the efforts of school board members often go unrecognized, our Board is the governing body of this school system. Our trustees develop policies and make tough decisions on complex educational and social issues. They also bear responsibility for an annual budget, for 7400 students, 1200 employees, and more than a dozen District facilities.
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D7 Educators Making A Difference!

D7 Educators Making A Difference!
Meet Upstate Parent’s Educators Who Make a Difference! The January edition of Upstate Parent recognizes outstanding educators who are making a difference in their schools. D7 is proud to recognize three of the 10 Outstanding Educators - McCracken Middle School’s John Courtney, the Early Learning Center’s Angela Truett, and Houston Elementary’s Shanita Wallace. Read their stories here
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D7 Student Scores Big Win to Clemson Carolina Game

D7 Student Scores Big Win to Clemson Carolina Game
You’ve heard the expression - reading will take you places. Well, 10 year-old Ty’Kerian Walker was banking on that happening when she entered a SC Department of Education competition called Read Your Way to the Big Game. In a surprise assembly at Pine Street School today, it was announced Ty’Kerian is the grand prizewinner of 4 tickets to the Clemson vs. Carolina game. To be eligible for the contest, students in kindergarten through eighth grade are required to read six books. As one of the two state winners, selected from more than 50,000 entrants, Ty’Kerian will be treated to sideline passes before the game and pictures with the mascots from Clemson and Carolina. As part of the big reveal the Clemson Tiger joined in the fun at Pine Street, as students and staff celebrated Ty’kerian’s win and wagered their bets on the victor of this weekend’s infamous college rivalry.

Pine Street Named to National Register of Historic Places.

Pine Street Named to National Register of Historic Places.
Wikipedia will tell you that Pine Street School is the oldest continuously operating school in Spartanburg, serving children from kindergarten through 5th grade. But, ask those who have made this place their own cornerstone in the community and they’ll tell you it’s so much more than a school. On November 9, generations of Spartanburg families celebrated a world full of memories and honored Pine Street as it was named to the National Register of Historic Places. Congratulations to the past, present and the future of Pine Street School.
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Calendar

Calendar Codes: JBE-Jesse Boyd | WHC-Chapman | CAL-Cleveland| | HES-Houston | PSS-Pine Street
TOD-E.P. Todd | MHW-Mary H. Wright | CMS-Carver Middle School
MMS-McCracken Middle School | SHS-Spartanburg High
ELC – Early Learning Center | MTS-McCarthy/Teszler School

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