PEP board members Rysheeka Bush, John Lamprecht, and Rosalyn Greene present Aiken County Public School District superintendent King Laurence with a check to cover 13 classroom teacher grants for Aiken County educators.
PEP board members volunteered at the recent Aiken County School Board Candidate Forum hosted by the Aiken Standard. PEP is committed to advocating for public education and educating the Aiken community.
Through a partnership between ATC and MVHS, these students recently graduated with a high school diploma from Midland Valley High School as well as an associate degree from Aiken Technical College.
The 2nd annual PEP Adult Spelling Bee, a fundraiser for Public Education Partners, was held on October 17, 2019 at Woodside Plantation Country Club. 8 spelling teams competed for the winning title. Team New B-E-E-S Amy Ramsey, Michele Wells and PEP Board Member, Ken Wells!
Guided by our 2018-2021 Strategic plan, PEP will continue its unique role as collaborator, convener, and resource generator, constructively impacting every school and tens of thousands of our county’s young people.
At the Aiken Fit 4 School Event PEP was able to distribute forms for FREE books along with pre-addressed, stamped envelopes to 200 participating families. PEP Board Member Rysheeka Bush also encourages superheroes to read!
PEP Board President John Lamprecht and Board Member Chip Retson attended Aiken Chamber of Commerce's First Friday breakfast on November 6, 2020. The featured speaker was Aiken County School District Superintendent King Laurence, who gave an update school construction and upgrades.