Heyward Career and Technology Center Adopts
Sister Care for Mother's Day 2016
The project was a grand success. Heyward donated 57 boxed gifts and a $200 check was donated by Friarsgate Titan Youth Organizartion. Sister Care is a temporary shelter for domestic abused women and children. Sister Care services approximately 7,000 women and children each year. The 24-hour crisis line (803) 765-9428.
Heyward's 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off
On Saturday, February 27th, Heyward Career and Technology Center hosted its 4th Annual Chili Cook-Off during our CATE Month Extravaganza.
Honorable Mention – Dr. Craig Witherspoon representing RCSD1 Office of Superintendent and Vernessa Pendergrass representing WWDM 101.3 FM
3rd Place – Priscilla Fulton representing Dropout Prevention and Community Partnerships
2nd Place – Jamil Canada and Deon Jackson, representing Eau Claire High School
1st Place – Patricia Fitzgerald and Sheila Mazyck representing Lower Richland High School
HOSA-Future Health Professionals Officers Elected
Members of Heyward's Chapter of HOSA-Future Health Professionals elected their officers recently. The executive team members are: President- Jasmere Sanders, Vice President- Kimberly Parson, Secretary- Kristini Glymph, Treasurer- Jhaelyn Davis, Reporter- Asma Almutairi, and Historian- Autum Choe
The team has planned an exciting year of activities so members can learn more about health care careers, build leadership skills, and serve our community through volunteering. Congratulations!
Heyward in Red - 2016
Heyward participating in National Wear Red day, as we support American Heart Health Month
Empowering Students by Enhancing Instructions
Congratulations to Mrs. Melva Kennedy for receiving the Colonial Life Strong
School Grant! Mrs. Kennedy, our Hospitality and Tourism teacher, explains
that the purpose of this program is to provide teachers in Richland County
schools an opportunity to received financial support for effective and creative
initiatives to enhance the learning experience that would otherwise be
unavailable through the school budget. These grants are awarded for up to
$1000 for innovative classroom projects and lessons with a focus on STEAM
(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics).
Career Centers Helping Career Centers
Congratulations to HOSA-Future Health Professionals students for placing in the 1st Annual District HOSA Competition.
HOSA Bowl- 1st Place- Christina Jackson, Tiffany Brown, and Jasmere Sanders
Job Seeking Skills- 2nd Place Kairah Lee Read more...
HCTC’s Auto Technology Students Place 2nd
At The Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills
State Competition in Charlotte, NC
Congratulations to Breyon Brown and James Henderson, two students in Heyward Career and Technology Center’s Automotive Technology Program, under instructor of Edwin Martin, placed second in the 2015 Ford/AAA ...
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