Cash For Cabbage

Cash For Cabbage

Ashley River Creative Arts student earns top prize in Bonnie Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage Program from Staff Reports Mallory Posta might not pursue the agricultural field when she gets older, but the fourth-grader at Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary School might have...

read more

MORE SCHOOLS

Student of the Month — Maryann Royster

West Ashley High School sophomore Maryann Royster is a very impressive and inspirational person. She is dedicated to her studies as a student; she is a member of the WAHS Art Club, Volleyball Team, and Archery Team; and she still finds time to dedicate to her hobbies...

read more

Always Providing Guidance

Charleston County School District (CCSD) is excited to announce Fronde Stille is moving to the district level to become the new Director of Guidance and Counseling Services. Stille has been with CCSD for nearly two decades, and comes to the Learning Services Division...

read more

Making A Difference

“The Teacher of the Month program is about giving back,” said Zaxby’s Catering and Philanthropy Director Rachel Dailey. “Teachers shape the minds and impact the lives of individuals every day, it’s the most selfless career and needs to be recognized.” West Ashley High...

read more

Student of the Month: Haley Bauer

Haley Bauer is a senior at West Ashley High School where she is known for her admirable participation and leadership in multiple fields. “Haley is an outstanding student,” says Wildcat P.R.E.S.S. Team Adviser Donnie Newton. “She is always polite, always on the ball,...

read more

Student of the Month: Guadalupe Chavez-Gutierrez

Guadalupe Chavez-Gutierrez, also known as Lupe, has always been hardworking, responsible, and helpful when it comes to her academics. All of these qualities came in handy last year and again this year in her Yearbook class when the former editor had to leave....

read more

State of The School Address

As West Ashley High School heads into its 17th year as the public flagship high school within the West Ashley Community, questions abound. Parents and community members wonder how will the school respond to issues relative to student discipline in 2016-17? What...

read more

Redrawing Political Lines Is Best Hope For Better Legislature

State lawmakers have the power to alter the way the legislature works to make it more representative of all South Carolina and, in turn, boost the potential for compromise and better outcomes for taxpayers. But to do so, they’ll have to do something that’s very hard –...

read more

Making A Difference

Everyone’s experience in high school is different. Some have it easier than others. Regardless of the situation, everyone experiences adversity and struggles during those years. So imagine how much harder those four years can be if you have to overcome certain...

read more

Big Changes For West Ashley Schools

The 2017-2018 school year will be one of great change in West Ashley.  Springfield Elementary School, Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary, and West Ashley Advanced Studies Magnet Middle School School will all start the year off with new principals at the helm.(see...

read more

The New Sheriffs in Town

Among the 10 public schools in West Ashley, around one-third of them will have a new leader to start the 2017-18 school year, with at least one other to get a new principal at some point in the year. Brant E. Glover has been named the new principal West Ashley...

read more

Advertisement

advertisement advertisement advertisement

Pin It on Pinterest