Project Connect is a partnership between the Hilton Head Island-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce and local schools to help teachers get supplies or services. To donate, contact Sandy McGuire at 843-341-8374 or email@example.com.
Kathy Weatherhead, pictured here, a 10th- and 12th-grade science teacher at Hilton Head Island High School, received sponges and hand sanitizer from Walmart.
Jill McAden, principal of Hilton Head Island Elementary School, is requesting coins and bills from other countries for second-grade students to study.
Mary Baker, a fifth-grade teacher at Hilton Head Island Elementary School, is requesting an HP Tri-Color print cartridge 60 xl for HP 4400 series printer and an HP Black print cartridge 60 xl for HP 4400 series printer.
Angie Williams, a career and technology teacher at Hilton Head Island High School, is requesting four carts for the APs. The cost for the carts is $62.67.
Trish Smooth, a fourth- and fifth-grade gifted and talented math and reading teacher at Hilton Head Isalnd Elemtnary School, is requesting an external hard drive, large charge paper, large chisel point Sharpie markers, colored pencils and No. 2 pencisl.
S.C. GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES
Students from across the state graduated with the Class of 2013. Graduation events took place on the school campus, as well as the Peace Center in Greenville.
Those who graduated from Beaufort County are:
-- Reece Graham of Bluffton, who studied drama. Graham plans to attend Southern Methodist University.
-- Dana Leal of Hilton Head Island, who studied music and voice. Leal plans to attend Berklee College of Music.
-- Keelin Sanz of Hilton Head Island, who studied drama. Sanz plans to attend Coastal Carolina University.