Ms. Kinokia Brown was inducted into the National Teacher Cadet Honor Society on March 10, 2018, at Columbia College. The NTCHS was founded in 2017 and Timmonsville High has been proudly represented in 2017 by Grace Thomas and in 2018 by Kinokia Brown. This organization has set rigorous requirements for membership and Kinokia has met the challenge. As part of her membership, Kinokia will be spear-heading a non-perishable food drive to begin on April 16, 2018. Please assist Kinokia as she proudly represents Timmonsville High and Florence 4 in this endeavor. Your participation in this collection will be most greatly appreciated. Please congratulate Kinokia on this most prestigious award.
Trustees of the Florence County School District Four recognized students, sheriff officers and board members at their monthly board meeting in March.
The students are Courtney Tolbert, Trenia Robinson, Shakayla Tolber, Nykerria Thompson, Mikyah Whiting, Kyrek Tolbert and Nysia Marsch. These students were recognized for their outstanding representation of Florence Four at the 2018 SC FCCLA State Competition. These students received several medals during the competition and 3 of the students will represent South Carolina at the National FCCLA meeting in Atlanta, GA. Kinokia Brown was recognized for being inducted into the National Teacher Cadet Honor Society on March 10, 2018 at Columbia College.
They also recognized Florence county sheriff officers that work to provide a safe and secure learning environment for our students. The officers recognized were Lt. Troy Enzor, Inv. Thomas McFadden, Inv. Tyrone Porter, Inv. Farrah Turner and Sgt. William Odom.
There were three board members recognized for representing Florence Four at "Two Days at the Capitol". The board members were Mrs. Lillie Joe, Ms. Brenda McKithen and Ms. Deidra Thomas.
Representatives from Honda spoke to the high school during Whirl Wind Wednesday (WWW). They went over tips for things to put on their resume to obtain an interview, how to dress for an interview, and what employers expect after you are hired.
FDTC's Rush Program invited SLED to speak with our dual enrollment students that are interested in STEM Careers. The students even had the opportunity to lift finger prints!
The students from the US History class enjoyed a tour of the Florence Museum on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. They learned about the waterway, railway and roadway eras when more public transportation was provided in the Pee Dee region. The THS students also learned about the history of Timmonsville and viewed artwork from female painters from the South.
On Wednesday, March 14, 2018, fourteen members of the senior class participated in Teacher Cadet Day at Francis Marion University. The cadets were afforded the opportunity to meet and mingle with other Teacher Cadets from around the Pee Dee area. The cadets were given financial aid information, a campus tour, and an opportunity to meet the Teacher of the Year for SC, Erin Fox. Cadets received their official FMU student identification. The cadets proudly represented Timmonsville High in a cheer completion. The University, as always, provided a delicious meal and gifts. Cadets would like to thank FMU, our college partner, for providing an interesting and fun-filled day.
Joshua Heyward, a rising junior at Timmonsville High, participates in the Junior Leadership program to help grow is leadership skills to make help make an impact in his school and local community. The Junior Leadership Florence County 4-H program assist rising sophomores and juniors enhance their leadership skills while networking with business leaders and making an impact in their local community. To learn more about the Junior Leadership program, visit their website at www.jrleadershipflorencecounty.com.
The following Timmonsville students participated int he 2018 SC FCCLA State Competition (Nysia Marsch, Trenia Robinson, Nykerria Thompson, Courtney Tolbert, Kyrek Tolbert, Shakayla Tolbert and Mikyah Whiting). The students represented the school well and won several awards at the the competition. Ms. Trenia Robinson, Ms. Courtney Tolbert & Ms. Shakayla Tolbert will have an opportunity to travel to Greenville, SC for the South Carolina Education and Business Summit and to Atlanta, GA for the National FCCLA Meeting. The accomplishments of our students are listed below.
Courtney Tolbert is our SC Vice President of Competitive Events.
Trenia Robinson & Shakayla Tolbert won gold medals - 1st Place in Focus on Children Event
Nykerria Thompson & Mikya Whiting won silver medals - 2nd Place in Focus on Children Event
Kyrek Tolbert won bronze medal - 3rd Place in Job Interview Event
Nysia Marsch won bronze medal - 3rd Place in Life Event Planning Event
We would like to thank the students for all of their accomplishments and hard work. We would also like to think our FCCLA Adviors, Mrs. Trina Caldwell, and our CATE Director, Dr. Michele Heyward, for all of their hard work and dedication.
As leading voices for public schools, the visibility of local school board members advocating for the students, teachers and parents in their district is so important. The South Carolina School Boards Association’s lobbying days brought local school board members and other public education advocates from across the state to the State House for face-to-face meetings with House and Senate lawmakers to advocate for a variety of key education issues including funding reform, flexibility and local control. A special ‘thank you’ to our Board of Trustees, as pictured above, for attending and representing our district.
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