Saturday, May 30, 2009
The Northwestern High School Jazz Band entertained guests to the 50th anniversary event of Glencairn Gardens - a newly renovated and expanded Glencairn Garden. The video has a clip of; the band; a shot of the Rock Hill Herald's award winning photographer, Any Burris with Gary Williams and; Harold Peeples, Lynn Young, and Judy Tuttle selling hotdogs and cokes ($0.25 and $0.10) at 50 year ago prices.
Thursday, May 28, 2009
"Garbanzo's two goals propelled Northwestern past Irmo (Columbia, S.C.) for the Class 4A state title and the FAB 50 No. 1 ranking. The talented sophomore is considered a Division I prospect for the Class of 2011."
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
With a subscription base of more than 12,000 educators, I am proud that a program now in it’s third year, has been recognized as innovative and shared with so many people around the country and the world. I hope you will take the time to read the article below – visit The Language Educator website at http://www.actfl.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=4114 "
How do you inform a community about the importance of language learning quickly and easily? Through a “Mailbox Banner” Campaign!
The cornerstone activity during Discover Languages Month in
This year, with the program established in all 17 elementary schools, more than 5,000 third, fourth, and fifth grade students took home brightly colored banners and hung them on their mailboxes, front doors, or front windows. The banners proclaim that “A student learning [French/German/Spanish] lives here!” We approached an office supply store and were successful in getting them to donate the paper for the banners, then we used another source to copy the banners.
The students pictured here, fifth graders from Richmond Drive Elementary School, have been hanging up these banners for three years now and are excited when the banners go home each year. While designed to only stay up through the month of February, many students continue to display them as the school year continues.
But the campaign was not limited to just students. Faculty and staff at all the elementary schools also received banners to take home and post as well, telling the community that students in their schools are learning another language. We anticipate that next year the program will also expand to involve all middle and high school language students—further emphasizing the importance of language learning in the district.
Lynn Fulton-Archer is president of the Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) and world language specialist at Richmond Drive Elementary School in Rock Hill, SC.
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
A lot has been written about this year's Northwestern team - I'll not attempt to do justice to it here - but to say - this team has all the makings of a Disney Movie - what a great story and collection of individuals - and representatives of Rock Hill.
For those soccer want-a-bees, I found this video of the Martinez brothers on youtube. It should give you something to work toward.
Sunday, May 24, 2009
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
Orchestras, directed by Marsha Gross, will perform in concert at 7:30 pm May 28 in the school auditorium - to include rock anthems by Jimi Hendrix and Metalica. Northwestern High School
- Art educator Gina Santucci and India Hook Elementary will present an "Evening of the Arts" from 6-8 pm on May 28.
- Rock Hill Schools will sponsor a blood drive from 9:00 am until 12:45 pm on Friday, June 5, in the District Office Board Room, for the
Community Blood Centerof the Carolinas.
- The Rock Hill High Band Boosters will sponsor a golf tournament at 1:30 pm on Tuesday, June 9, at the Waterford Golf Club. Any team that contains a band parent or teacher (at any school) can play for $250 instead of $350. Contact Joe Gulledge
- The Brett Ringer Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by
, will be held on June 26 at Pinetuck Golf Course. Rock Hill High School
- Congratulations to Northwestern's AFJROTC instructors, Col. Ozzie Ahl and Chief Johnny Neal, on their designation by the Air Force as "Outstanding Instructors" for the second consecutive year.
- Hats off to Laney Burris, coordinator of school safety and risk management, who has been recognized by the S. C. School Boards Insurance Trust for her chemical/biology laboratory inspections and the "Help Me Help You" program. As a result of Laney's efforts, the district has qualified for a 5 percent credit on its Workers' Compensation premium for 2009-10.The district also made SCSBIT's Risk Management Honor Roll.
- The Northwestern Jazz Combo, directed by Mark Yost, will perform from 11until noon on Saturday, May 30, in
in celebration of the garden's 50th anniversary. Glencairn Garden
- South Pointe will host a Youth Basketball Camp for children ages 7-14 the mornings of June 15-18.
- Students and staff at Sullivan will honor our military on May 26 in the school auditorium. "
's White Table" will be presented in two assemblies, 9:30-10:30 and 12:30-1:30. America 's high school graduations, along with others in the county, will be televised "live" on Cable 18. Look for Northwestern High Schools at 10 am, South Pointe High Schools at 2 pm, and Rock Hill High Schools at 6 pm on June 6. Rock Hill
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Governor Sanford says this court case is about the “balance of power.” The truth is that this case is about his power. The Governor wants more of it, and he’s willing to trample over states’ rights to get it. He has run to the federal courts asking them to reinterpret our state Constitution so as to give him powers not granted to him by the people of South Carolina. While we have debated the 10th Amendment, little did we know the Governor was conspiring to ride over it in the federal courts.
For seven years Governor Mark Sanford has worked tirelessly to increase his power and the scope of South Carolina’s executive branch of government. While working to centralize power under one individual, the Governor has continuously attacked the General Assembly for what he describes as liberal tendencies. Never before have I witnessed such hypocrisy as I did today when Governor Sanford asked a federal judge to usurp South Carolina’s rights.
Whether the stimulus money should have been appropriated by the United State Congress was a federal matter. But the question of separation of powers involves the duties of the executive and legislative branches of government as prescribed by the South Carolina Constitution. As such, the rightful arbiter is the South Carolina Supreme Court. Either he is fearful of a South Carolina court ruling or he is playing to a national audience.
I disagree with Congress’ stimulus plan, but I know that it’s fiscally irresponsible to let South Carolina tax dollars go to other states while we struggle to fund education and public safety at appropriate levels. We have received clarification from the United States Department of Education that if we do not formally apply for the State Fiscal Stabilization Fund Program by July 1st, our stimulus funds will be allocated to other states. Governor Sanford’s move may ensure that our tax dollars will be caught up in legal proceedings for what could be up to two years. He may have finally found a way to send our tax dollars to New Jersey, New Hampshire, and Michigan. Governor Sanford’s lawsuit is an irresponsible move that tramples on the South Carolina Constitution and the future prosperity of our taxpayers.
South Carolinians need to know that Governor Sanford has already politically left this state, sometimes physically, but always mentally. This is just another press stunt to put him on the front page of the Wall Street Journal and in front of Fox News cameras. Governor Sanford’s presidential aspirations and hunger for power are so strong that he is willing to put South Carolina’s future at risk. This lawsuit is a gift that keeps on giving – giving the Governor out-of-state headlines and giving South Carolinians uncertainty and discord.
As the elected voice of South Carolina’s taxpayers, the General Assembly has stated that Governor Sanford should now take all stimulus funds available for appropriation. Sadly, I believe that the end result of this lawsuit may be that on July 1, the people of South Carolina will be left with nothing but the bill.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Shepard also earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and was named EAGL Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
The administration presented their proposed budget for next year. After some discussion, the board requested the administration to cancel the public presentation of the budget scheduled for June 8 because more work was needed.
In other business:
-the Charlotte Observer All-Star Scholars were recognized. They were;Enzo Martinez and Sarah Matthews from Northwestern High School; Laura Arthur and Justin Call from Rock Hill High School; and Sarah Ann Boyd and Nicholas Graham Tuttle from South Pointe High School.
-the World Champion Drum Rollers from Rock Hill High School were recognized.
-Bryan Coburn, South Carolina Teacher of the Year, was recognized and he made a few comments (promising to return after his one year term is up)
The following announcements were made:
-the district retirement dinner will be on Friday, May 29. 34 employees will be honored.
-summer school information is available on the district web site.
-high school graduation will be on June 6
-the student engagement conference will be June 16&17 at Dutchman Creek Middle School.
-40 vendors were at the summer fare held at the Cotton Factor. Special thanks to Williams & Fudge and Family Trust for organizing.
-the district participated in the Dolly Parton Imagination Library "bowl-a-thon" this past Saturday. The event raised over $20,000.
The administration made a presentation on the progress of the Sunset Park Center for Accelerated Studies. They have a 54% gain in student enrollment.
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Why Irmo Will Win
- Coach Phil Savitz. This 27 year veteran and 15 time state champion is an Icon in South Carolina. His teams are a reflection of him and this is a drought (no state crown since 2004) he sorely wants to stop. His team will be at their prime for the state championship game, a game Coach Savitz has literally owned since Boys Soccer was added as a sport.
- Smash Mouth "football". Irmo will come out and pop you right in the face at the first kick, try to intimidate you and get you off your game. They are also very talented, with 4 all state performers (Midfielders; Zach Acree, JR,; Leo Mukofsky, SR, Forwards; Kyle McEwan, SR,; Taylor Varney, SR,)
- Playing on a football field. The smaller field plays right in to their style of play, very physical. Their home field is also a football field.
- Tradition. With 15 state soccer championships, Irmo rules the stat books. Reportedly, last years senior class was the first to never win a state championship. This years class is determined they will not be the second. The team traditionally dyes their hair yellow during playoffs - another point of intimidation. Irmo has never lost to Northwestern in a state championship game (2 - 0)
- Home Game. Irmo is just 15 miles down the road.
- All Soccer Officials and Referees live in Irmo. Probably not true, but after Irmo defeated Northwestern in the 2004 championship game on a questionable penalty kick - the belief is real in the upstate.
- Experience. This is Northwestern's sixth trip to the championship game in the last 7 years. They have won the championship 2 of the last 3 years. They are used to the environment and know what it takes. Since Coach Dom Wren took over the program, the team has always gone to the championship game.
- Enzo. That's Enzo Martinez. A complete, unselfish player - 4 time player of the year. Might be the best player to ever play in South Carolina high school soccer
- Fan Support. Northwestern will bring a crowd, negating Irmo's "home field" advantage.
- Supporting Cast. Northwestern also has 4 on the all state team; (Defenders; Robbie Benson, SR,; Sean Ferguson, SR, Midfielders; Alex Martinez, JR, Forwards; Enzo Martinez, SR,)
- Coaching Staff. Loaded with international experience. This team knows the game.
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Dr. Jason Silverman was on the show Friday, May 22, 2009. You can listen to the show by clicking here.
In addition to constantly telling you how bad South Carolina Education is, those same folks will tell you how bad the US Education is. Well, they distort those facts as well. A recent article: FACT CHECK: Are US students really that bad? By AP Education Writer LIBBY QUAID, sheds some light on this.A sampling:
WASHINGTON – America's moms and dads are getting a good scolding: Your kids are lagging behind students all around the world.
The White House says so, with concern bordering on alarm. So do institutions such as the Gates Foundation, citing performance tests, graduation rates and other benchmarks.
But don't measure for dunce caps just yet.
While they're not in first place, U.S. students generally hold their own on international tests.
Obama says the rest of the developed world is passing America by. "Our schools continue to trail other developed countries and, in some cases, developing countries," he told the National Academy of Sciences on April 27. "Our students are outperformed in math and science by their peers in Singapore, Japan, England, the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Korea, among others."
That is not the whole story.
Obama's education secretary, Arne Duncan, says American kids don't spend enough time in school.
"Our children are competing for jobs against children in India and China today, and those children are going to school 25, 30 percent more than us," Duncan said at Brookings this past week.
Obama himself said in March: "Our children spend over a month less in school than children in South Korea every year. If they can do that in South Korea, we can do it right here in the United States of America."
The president is in luck: The U.S. already is doing it.
Helping more students finish college is a priority among the many philanthropies that work on education issues. In a December speech at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., the younger Gates said the U.S. problem is acute.
"In the case of college education, we were No. 1 in the world 20 years ago in the percentage of young adults with a postsecondary credential. Now we're number 10 and dropping," Gates said.
Obama said this in March: "In just a single generation, America has fallen from second place to 11th place in the portion of students completing college. That is unfortunate, but it's by no means irreversible."
The college figures come from various tables provided by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, which runs the PISA test of 15-year-olds.
But those figures are misleading for several reasons, said Cliff Adelman, a former Education Department researcher now at the Institute for Higher Education Policy.
_They are based on entire populations, not on what actually happens to students who enter college in a given year. Graduation rates in a large, growing country such as the U.S. will not look as good as those of a smaller country whose population is declining.
_No one disputes that the U.S. high school dropout rate, 1 in 4 kids and worse among minorities, is awful.
But as with other international comparisons, measuring the U.S. against the rest of the world is like comparing apples and oranges.
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Subject: STATE MEET RESULTS
Good Afternoon Trojan Track Fans!!!
And a good afternoon it is! As I sit here typing this email, there is a bus heading up I-77 carrying the AAAA State Runner-ups (for the second year in a row) - the Lady Trojans from Northwestern High. I don't think the SC High School League awards a MVP in the State Meet, but if it did, A'Tyan Kennedy would have to be the odds on favorite in my book. A'Tyan, a senior, had a huge meet today: 1st Place 100 Meter Hurdles in a NHS School Record 14.43 seconds; 1st Place 400 Meter Hurdles in a NHS School Record 1:02.68, 6th Place in the 200 Meter Run 25.41 seconds (she was seeded 7th going into the race) and capped off her day by running the 1st leg on the 1st Place 4x400 Meter Relay Team which ran 3:55.25 (The school record in the 4x400 is 3:54.18 set in 2004 by the team of Tiayonna Blackmon (FMHS 2008) , Angelina Blackmon (NHS 2004) , Dishari'ck Howze (NHS 2004) & Tiaerra McLaurin (NHS 2005) - 4 tremendous athletes all of whom ran at NCAA Division 1 schools...SEC or ACC). Other members of the State Champion 4x400 Relay Team are: Nayna Gregory , Nicole Alexander , and Sharmaine Barnes .
Also, Kimberleigh Riggs repeated as State Champion in the Girl's Pole Vault by tying her own School Record of 11' 6"; Tenisha Stanley: 100 Meter Hurdles: 7th Place, 16.38 Seconds; Nicole Alexander: 400 Meter Hurdles: 4th Place, 1:06.26; Sharmaine Barnes: 400 Meter Dash: 5th, 58.96 Seconds; Kelia Shelton : Long Jump: 6th, 16' 8"; Felicia Mitchell : High Jump: 7th, 5' 0"; Marcie Gabrielle : Pole Vault: 6th, 9' 0" (on an ankle so swollen Coach Hudgins said he doesn't know how she ran down the runway!)
Team Scores went like this (and this is as close a track meet as you're likely to see!!):
1st: Dutch Fork with 62 Points.
2nd: Northwestern High School with 61.5 Points
3rd: Spartanburg with 61 Points
7th: Rock Hill High with 42.5 Points
13th: Fort Mill with 17.5 Points
On the boys side, Northwestern placed a respectable 8th place with only 3 individuals and 1 relay team representing the Trojans. Jarrett Neely led the guys efforts with his 2nd place finish in the Long Jump with a leap of 22' 7" - which moves him up the all time list to 5th Place, just ahead of York County Hall Of Famer, Sam Foster (NHS 1975) Cordarrell Patterson : 100 Meter Dash: 4th, 11.17 Seconds; Long Jump: 7th, 21' 8"; Patrick Cunningham : 400 Meter Hurdles: 3rd, 54.87 a time that moves him into 2nd Place All Time at NHS 1 spot ahead of NHS Assistant Coach Tre' Blake (NHS 2007). The Trojan 4x400 Relay Team placed 8th in 3:26.86.
1st: Wando High School with 66 Points
2nd: Blythewood with 46 Points
3rd: South Pointe with 42 Points (and we beat them Head to Head during the season!)
9th: Northwestern High School with 22 Points
18th: Rock Hill, 14 Points
20th Fort Mill, 11.5 Points
28th: Clover, 7 Points
Former Trojans running at the State Meet:
Ceci Kryst (FMHS), Long Jump: 5th, 17' 0"; Triple Jump: 6th, 35' 9".
Quanika Blackmon (FMHS), 1600 Meter Run: 8th Place, 5:40.71.
For the last few years, the districts have met together on a quarterly basis to discuss educational issues facing York County Schools.
Decide for yourself:
I traveled two hours to see Northwestern play Mauldin last night due to the respect I have learned for the team, the players, and the coach. What an impressive TEAM! They play soccer the way it should be played, aggressive, clean, all in, hungry. Enzo was everything I have heard and more, helping an injured Mauldin player off the field early on and then scoring 4 goals humbly. His brother was everywhere, and dominated the game. Every player did their job, and it was pretty obvious they aren't allowed to let down or play easy by their coach. There must have been 300 students, all well behaved, all positive along with the other 200 or so adults and Mauldin fans. What a show, Trojans!
Thanks for what you have built at NW. Best $5 I ever spent.
Whatever the outcome, this Northwestern team is something special. If you have not seen them play, this will be your last chance in Rock Hill. All sports fans will appreciate the atmosphere that will be present for this game.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
This illustration shows why it is so difficult to balance the Rock Hill Schools Budget in a year where revenues will be down considerably. As you can see, Salaries are by far the biggest item in the budget. The only way to make a dent here is to reduce salaries (Furlough) or to eliminate jobs. We are eliminating jobs by not replacing folks who leave at the end of the year.
As you can see by this graph, most of the salaries go to Teachers.
Since these items go to the lowest bidder, it's doubtful there is a savings - unless you decide not to do maintenance or keep the schools clean - something no one on the board is thinking.
We have just started an energy management contract/system. Unless we want to turn off the heat and air conditioning, there is not much here to save.
I hope this gives you a better feel for why working on budget issues is so difficult. We all know there are savings here and there, but when you look at the budget from a distance, reducing people is the only way to make a significant dent when there is a major revenue shortfall.
Friday, May 15, 2009
|Spratt Announces High School Art Winners|
The administration will be presenting their recommendation for the 2009-10 school year which remains unchanged - the board's recommendation for "equal sacrifice" at the work session last week went on deaf ears. In addition to a budget presentation, there will be an update on Sunset Park's GT school and there is one action item for approval of Technology and Operation bonds.
The agenda is below:
Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Monday, May 18, 2009
6:00 p.m. – District Office Board Room
A G E N D A
I. Call to Order
Approval of Agenda
(Under consent agenda, all action items will be voted on after one motion and second to approve them without discussion. If a board member wants any action item discussed or voted on separately, the board member, before the agenda is approved, must ask that the action item be moved to the discussion item section.)
II. Citizen Participation
III. Special Business
A. Recognition of Charlotte Observer All-Star Scholars
B. Recognition of RHHS “World Champion” Drumroll Achievement
C. Recognition of Bryan Coburn, S. C. Teacher of the Year
IV. Consent Action Agenda
A. Approval of Minutes
1. April 27, 2009 business meeting
2. May 4, 2009 called work session
B. Approval of Personnel Recommendations
C. Approval of Overnight Field Trip Requests (3)
VI. Report of the Superintendent
B. Budget Proposal 2009-2010
C. Sunset Park Enrollment
D. 2009 Student Engagement Conference
E. School Supply List (Elem, Middle, High)
VII. Review of Work Session
VIII. Action Agenda
A. Technology/Operations Bonds 2009-2010
IX. Other Business
X. Executive Session – Property Matter
Thursday, May 14, 2009
You can sign an online petition for the governor to take the stimulus package here. The House and Senate have sent a budget package to the Governor. He is expected to veto and the House and Senate will get together next week to try and override the veto. Local reps Shane Martin & Mick Mulvaney voted against the budget (they support Sanford).
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
It has to deal with accountability and is posted below. You can also access it here.
"Accountability now is just a way to make teachers accountable for things they have no control over. Accountability for teachers has stripped students of their own accountability."
This could be the single most true statement ever made about the status of modern education.
Pissed Off Teacher, a New York City veteran of over thirty years, told a story that most of us are familiar with, and none of the politicians will listen to.
You know the drill.
Harry goes to high school were he was a resource kid.
Harry was basically pandered to and was pushed through the system to graduation.
Harry did what Harry felt like.
Harry went to a community college.
Harry learned that professors could care less about what you feel like doing.
Harry asked Mom to go after the professors.
Harry learned that professors could care less about Mom too.
Harry eventually realized that an enabled, less accountable high school career bit him in the ass later on.
In the end, teachers are blamed for the accountability angle. I'm had my share of Harry's, who have actually failed my class. But my accountability was superseded by sneaky colleagues (not admin by the way) who overruled my grade and allowed the Harry's of the world to walk the stage, thus making the last lesson learned a bad one. I also remember being a sort of Harry, walking into my college career thinking that I could ease into it like high school. I almost didn't get to my dream of being a teacher until my collage advisor, Dale Steiner, basically told me that I was never going to teach if I didn't pull my head out of my ass. I did, and I pulled my act together to reach my goals. Notice, I said that I did both the slacking early on, and the hard work later to become a teacher. It was my own accountability, not the fault of the instructors or "the system".
But that's not the focus any more. The focus is the teachers. Since more and more students are failing high school, and less and less students are prepared for college, it must be the fault of the teachers because who is responsible for educating the Harry's of the world. Well, Harry is for starters. And society hasn't figured out that many of these students aren't being held accountable for the simplest of actions. Showing up should be a given. But time and time again the statistics show that attendance is a huge factor in academic progress. How are teachers supposed to control attendance? I have students moving, cutting, being taken out for cheerleading, sports, FFA, Drama, vacations, blood drives, band concerts, discipline............and I'm supposed to be accountable for this?
I will never take any politician seriously until they have the balls to tell parents "guess what, you are part of the problem", and start to make schools have the power to jack students out of the classroom that don't belong there. Want me to be accountable? Fine, let me hold students accountable without hearing about lawsuits, grade changes, and the importance of a three week Homecomings.
Otherwise, get ready for a lot more Harry's.
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