Monday, November 26, 2012
More than 100 families assisted with winter and holiday supplies.
Release, Berkeley County School District: On Saturday, Nov. 17, Cane Bay High School (CBHS) hosted its third Community Fair. This year, Cane Bay Middle joined in the efforts to feed and clothe families and individuals in need. Over 100 Cane Bay families from the Cane Bay area — as well as others from the Berkeley County area — were served that morning. Don't miss a headline! Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook! Nearly 50 students representing CBHS's Student Council, BETA Club and National Honor Society joined in that morning to help serve the community. With partnerships from Del Webb, which hosted a softball game to help raise food donations, and Northwoods Assembly Church, which donated the 100 turkeys, the event was a huge success. Food …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Plus, Boeing has an administrative opening and Cane Bay needs teachers.
There are two very different openings at the Courtyard Marriott at the coliseum. The site needs an event coordinator, someone who can offer a smooth "end-to-end experience" for event clients. The site is also looking for a housekeeper for guest rooms and meeting space. Boeing is hiring a staff analyst. A degree and six years of experience are expected, along with Microsoft application experience. Candidates should also have analytical skills, writing skills and "Boeing Knowledge." Cane Bay High School has openings for teachers in math and science. Applicants must be eligible for state certification. For more opportunities, visit our jobs page at Goose Creek Patch or North Charleston Patch. More:
Friday, September 28, 2012
Few details released on student's allegations.
A Cane Bay High School custodian has been charged with allegedly assaulting a 16-year-old student. The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office and the Berkeley County School District announced the arrest in a joint statement Friday evening. According to the release, deputies responded to Cane Bay High School at 2 p.m. Thursday regarding a report that a custodian had allegedly assaulted a student. On Friday, the Sheriff's Office arrested Wilber Burnette Dash, of Stoney Landing Road, Moncks Corner. He has been charged with 3rd degree assault. Dash is on administrative leave pending the outcome of a full investigation, according to district spokeswoman Susan Haire. Don't miss a headline! Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook!
Friday, June 15, 2012
Temporary solution going up this summer.
Friday, June 15, 2012
Cane Bay residents and parents worried about school traffic will have a new stop light this summer, according to a report by ABC News 4. The Department of Transportation has approved a permanent traffic light at the intersection at Cane Bay Boulevard. While the engineering is put in place, a temporary light will be installed this summer, according to Mark Nesbit, a DOT traffic engineer. "We will have the signal in place by the time school starts," Nexbit told News 4. Read more of the News 4 report, including the hard work from residents to get the light installed.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Berkeley County streaming ceremonies live online.
Friday, June 1, 2012
Cane Bay by day, Goose Creek High by night, and he's all caught up.
Jarrod Harrison walked into Cane Bay High School in the fall with little chance of graduating this year. On Saturday morning, he's walking across the stage to receive his diploma and he'll be heading to Trident Technical College in the fall. Twenty-four credits short, Harrison took classes at Cane Bay during the day and Goose Creek High School through the fall and winter in order to graduate this week. Last month, Harrison was one of several local students honored by U.S. Rep. Tim Scott with the congressman's Courage in Achieving Personal Success Award. The Post and Courier's Brenda Rindge profiled Anderson in advance of this weekend's graduation. "Jarrod proves that you can make mistakes and have life throw you curve balls, but with …
Busy weekend of awarding diplomas and BCSD is running it all live online.
Don't worry if you can't make it to the North Charleston Coliseum this weekend for your favorite grad's big day. The Berkeley County School District will be streaming the ceremonies live at the district website. Don't miss a headline. Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook! This weekend's graduation ceremonies will be at North Charleston Coliseum, 5001 Coliseum Drive, North Charleston (unless otherwise noted). They include: Friday, June 1 Saturday, June 2
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Find out when your local students are tossing their caps in the air.
Congratulations to all of our graduating seniors this year.Here's a list of where and when our local grads will have their commencement. Don't miss a headline. Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook!
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Five students make post-grad plans.
Cane Bay High School will be sending off some of the pillars of its young athletic program, as five stars signed scholarships for National Signing Day on Wednesday. Baseball player Quinton Cable will be heading to Spartanburg Methodist College, while teammate Zachary Wimmer makes plans with The Citadel. Softball stars Erin Cook and Tierra Fischler will both attend University of South Carolina Salkehatchie. Track member Ja'Carl Safford signed with the University of South Carolina Beaufort, which also signed three Stratford High students.