EES Students Honor Women in History while Presenting the Character Trait
Edisto Elementary Students from the My Sister’s Keeper Program presented the character trait of the month at the March 19, 2019 school board meeting. The character trait for the month of February is “Dependability”. The students highlighted the character trait of dependability by honoring women in history that created many of the products and services that we depend on today. On the back row from left to right the students are Tamia Sumpter, Khamari Bowers, Jiyon Livingston, Kayla Lawton, Kamara Chavis, and Jordian Baker. On the front row from left to right are Jasmine Johnson, Madison Jennings, Tyreonna Taylor, and Kaelyn Proveaux. The students were accompanied by My Sister Keeper’s advisers Mrs. Valerie Burgess and Mrs. Jacqueline Sanders, both teachers at EES. Also pictured are Mr. Melvin Wright, Guidance Counselor and Mrs. Ronda Simmons, Principal.
Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 is committed to providing equal access to educational and employment opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, pregnancy, age, sex (including gender identity), sexual orientation, spousal affiliation, or any other protected trait or characteristic, as may be required by law. As required by Title IX and its implementing regulations, 34 C.F.R. Part 106, Orangeburg Consolidated School District 4 does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities.