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BOT Special Recognitions
The Charleston County School District (CCSD) Board of Trustees publicly recognizes students and staff who have received a regional, state or national award. The Board also recognizes the efforts of community partners and other volunteer efforts that provide exemplary service to CCSD schools.
Reginald 'Reggie' McNeil the Executive Director of Capital Programs at CCSD recently completed the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Charleston Class.
The mission of Leadership Charleston is to identify and motivate emerging leaders and to develop their leadership potential by introducing them to the realities, opportunities, and challenges of civic and business communities.
He was a part of the 45th Leadership class, which is made up of individuals representing a diverse cross-section of public and private businesses and educational institutions throughout the Lowcountry. He began the ten-month program last fall.
Members of the Leadership Charleston Class of 2019 are now Leadership Charleston Alumni, a distinguished group of leaders that includes the Chamber Board of Directors, elected officials, and prominent local leaders.
The Lowell Milken Center (LMC) for Unsung Heroes in Fort Scott, Kansas, an international educational non-profit, has awarded its prestigious Fellowship to fifth-grade PBL teacher, Mary Huffman, of Carolina Park Elementary in Mount Pleasant.
The LMC Fellowship is awarded on the basis of merit to educators who have distinguished themselves in teaching respect and understanding through project-based learning or who have the potential for this distinction.
The Center selects exemplary teachers from across America and Europe, drawn from a variety of disciplines, to collaborate on projects that discover, develop, and communicate the stories of Unsung Heroes in history.
Mary shares her passion for teaching through professional development as a Master Teacher Fellow for the Gilder Lehrman Institute. She gives WWI presentations at seminars around the U.S., presents at conferences called “The Making of America: From the Founding Era Through the Civil War,” and has a published piece entitled, “Teaching Literacy Through History Lessons.”
While in Fort Scott, LMC Fellows gained knowledge, educational resources, and ongoing support to enhance their classrooms and help students cultivate a passion for learning by creating projects that initiate positive change. Fellows emerge prepared to develop Unsung Heroes projects with their students as they apply and evaluate the stories of role models who have changed the world throughout history.