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Kelly
Kelly Educational Staffing for Substitutes
Posted on 06/16/2015
Kelly Educational Staffing (KES) is currently recruiting for substitute teachers, substitute aides, substitute clerical, substitute food service and substitute custodians for the Marlboro County School District. KES is a complete education staffing solution.   READ MORE...
McColl Pageant 2015
Miss McColl Pageant 2015
Posted on 05/20/2015
The 7th Annual Miss McColl Pageant was held on Friday March 13, 2015 in the Scott Commons. There were 10 young ladies vying for the title. The theme for the pageant this year was Superheroes.  READ MORE...
Jennifer Ainsworth
SC Teacher of the Year Visits McColl
Posted on 05/19/2015
On Friday, May 8th, Mrs. Jennifer Geddie Ainsworth, South Carolina Teacher of the Year, visited McColl School. What a treat it was for all involved. Mrs. Ainsworth, a McColl Native, stopped by many classrooms as she toured the school. The faculty and students were delighted to see her.  READ MORE...
Maderal Johnson Patel
MCHS Students to Receive ROTARY Club Youth Leadership Training
Posted on 05/19/2015
Cameron Johnson and Mili Patel, rising seniors and extremely active Marlboro County High School Interact Club members, were approved by the Rotary Club of Bennettsville to participate in the Rotary Youth Leadership training that will take place at Columbia College on June 19th-21st, 2015. The seminar is designed to develop sound leadership skills and values plus techniques for participants’ daily use in school, extracurricular activities, and their future. The benefits that the participants will derive from attending the seminar include personal growth and development through interaction with peers and outstanding business, political, and community leaders.  READ MORE...
Museum Trip
MCSD Art Students Visit South Carolina Museum
Posted on 03/25/2015
On March 6, 2015, Visual Art Students from Clio Elementary Middle, Wallace Elementary Middle, School of Discovery and Marlboro County High School traveled to the State Museum for College Art Day. Representatives from many colleges in South Carolina presented information about Visual Arts Careers and College Curriculum. After the presentations, students viewed exhibits on display in the museum. An additional treat for many of the students was their first ride in the new activity buses. Special thanks to Ms. Battle for making this trip possible. Click READ MORE to view the PowerPoint presentation.   READ MORE...
Alaina
Miss Amazing Teen 2015
Posted on 03/13/2015
On Saturday, March 7, 2015, Alaina Ellis was crowned Miss Amazing for the state of South Carolina. This is a pageant for girls with special abilities. In July 2015, she will be traveling to Los Angeles, California to compete in the National Miss Amazing Pageant. She will also get to participate in the opening ceremony for the 50th anniversary Special Olympics World Games! He mother put it best when she says that her title fits her appropriately. Alaina is so excited to represent the State and even more our own little town of McColl!!   READ MORE...
USC Open House
MCHS Teachers Attend USC College of Engineering and Computing Open House
Posted on 03/10/2015
Science and Math teachers of Marlboro County High School attended USC College of Engineering and Computing Open House exhibit last Saturday, February 21st in Columbia. The teachers gained so much knowledge from the scientific and mathematical justifications from the engineering students who presented their inventions and demonstration activities. MCHS is preparing for the “STEM Night Fever” Fair which would be held on April 14th, 2015 outside the gym lobby. Collaborative efforts such as the USC Open House will benefit both students and faculty at MCHS in all areas of STEM. All of the MCHS math and science teachers who participated in the USC open house are to be commended for their initiative and foresight in making this collaborative effort a success!  READ MORE...

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