Anthony Henderson from Ms. Piper’s Washington Center class, shows off his bowling skills during a class trip to Spare Time Entertainment.
Anthony Henderson from Ms. Piper’s Washington Center class, shows off his bowling skills during a class trip to Spare Time Entertainment.

Ms. Piper’s class from the Washington Center took a trip to Spare Time Entertainment.  The class enjoyed a game of bowling and played some arcade games. The entire class made splits, spares and strikes their way to a fun field trip. Bowling is a very popular recreational and competitive activity enjoyed by individuals of all abilities.  They were thrilled to check out one of the newest bowling alleys in Greenville, SC. 

 
 
 
 
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Paul Isaacs, president of Save the Storks, will headline the Bob Jones University Presidential Leadership Series Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 11 a.m. in the Founders Memorial Amphitorium on the BJU campus.

“We look forward to having one of our graduates inspire our students to engage on important social issues such as protecting the sanctity of life,” said BJU President Steve Pettit. “Paul has firsthand knowledge of practical ways that individuals can get involved promoting life.”

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NGU HR press

Tigerville, SC - North Greenville University (NGU) has announced its offering of a fully-revised curriculum for graduate-level courses in the Human Resource (HR) Professional Certificate and Master of Business Administration (MBA) with an HR concentration programs.

NGU professor Dr. Ed Sherbert who serves as a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) educator and ambassador, has completely updated the curriculum for each of NGU’s five graduate-level HR courses to mirror best practices and strategies in the field of HR and to reflect the cutting-edge HR practices which aligns with the SHRM Competency Model.

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High School Basketball Tournament

Bob Jones University will host 16 teams from around the country to compete in the 47th Annual BJU Bruins High School Invitational Basketball Tournament Jan. 22-25 in the Davis Field House.

“We welcome student athletes from across the country to experience campus life at BJU, enjoy our facilities and showcase their skills on the court,” said BJU Bruins Athletics Director Dr. Neal Ring.

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Washington Center students in Mrs. Nardia Lloyd’s class cheer on a classmate while they wait for their turn to bowl during a Community Based Instruction trip.
Washington Center students in Mrs. Nardia Lloyd’s class cheer on a classmate while they wait for their turn to bowl during a Community Based Instruction trip.

Mrs. Nardia Lloyd’s Washington Center class enjoys going out into the community on Community Based Instruction trips. These trips allow students to practice skills learned in the classroom and apply them in the real world setting. Students enjoy using picture symbols to make food selections at restaurants, pay for purchases made at local stores and to practice turn taking skills while participating in leisure activities.  Students also enjoy meeting members of the community and communicate using their assistive technology devices, sign language or their own voice.

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Tigerville, SC (January 16, 2019) - North Greenville University graduated the following local students on Saturday, December 8.

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Matthew Barstow – Master of Arts in Teaching Social Studies

Ryan Ross – Bachelor of Science - Biology  

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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. -- As students prepare for a new semester, parents are considering better ways to educate their children. Many are thinking about leaving the public school system and joining the growing homeschool movement. Those who already teach at home are contemplating new ways to enhance their classes.

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