Spaulding Middle School Recognized For Superior Student Achievement
(October 25, 2012) – Spaulding Middle School was one of six South Carolina Title I schools recognized for superior student achievement at the annual South Carolina Administrators of Title 1 Association (SCATA) Fall Conference last week. Chosen as a finalist for the South Carolina Department of Education's Title 1 Reward School for Progress, Spaulding Middle School received a $5,000 grant and presented at the annual conference.
During the conference, Spaulding Middle School and the other finalists waited with bated breath as the winners of each category were announced.
Though Spaulding Middle School ultimately was not one of the two winners announced at the contest, they were recognized and honored for their hard work and efforts on behalf of the children of Spaulding Middle School and Darlington County School District.
The six nominees were:
2012 Title I Reward Schools for Performance nominees:
• John C. Calhoun Elementary School, Abbeville County School District - WINNER
• Holly Springs-Motlow Elementary School, Spartanburg School District One
• Clifdale Elementary School, Spartanburg School District Three
2012 Title I Reward Schools for Progress nominees:
• Matilda F. Dunston School, Charleston County School District - WINNER
• Spaulding Middle School, Darlington County School District
• Saxe Gotha Elementary School, Lexington County School District One