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MISSION STATEMENT 
The mission of the School District of Oconee County is to partner with families to develop responsible, productive citizens who are life-long learners.

SPOTLIGHT
 
Who: All rising 8th and 9th grade girls in the School District of Oconee County
What: Four sessions of fun projects and field trips exploring engineering and manufacturing
When: Monday - Thursday, June 5-8 from 8:00am to 3:30pm
Where: F. P. Hamilton Career Center (864) 886-4400 Ext. 5831
Why: Great opportunities are available to girls in engineering and manufacturing
Participants will enjoy learning about engineering and manufacturing with hands-on projects and engineering challenges. Participants will receive a t-shirt, industry tours, and make some great projects. Lunch is provided. We will complete a MIG welding project and use a PlasmaCam cutting system to design and build a night stand. Electronics, CNC machining, laser engraving, and 3-D printing are all technologies that participants will learn about by creating fun projects that they design. If you are interested in exploring engineering and manufacturing please download and return the form below to your school’s office with a check for $20 made payable to Hamilton Career Center. The deadline is May 26th and seats are limited. If you have any questions please contact Jonas Crooks at jcrooks@oconee.k12.sc.us or call (864) 886-4400 ext. 5831.  Click here to download form.

STEM EDUCATION FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS OFFERED AT SENECA HIGH SCHOOL
Oconee Summer STEM Camp will be available for elementary students June 12-15 at Seneca High School  Morning and afternoon sessions will be offered in:
  • Computer Programming and Basic Robotics 
  • Inventors Workshop
Click here for a copy of the registration form.  Mail or bring form to Seneca High School.  Please call with any registration questions: 886-4460 or email cwhite@g.oconee.k12.sc.us.


NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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  • James M. Brown Scholarship for the Arts Announced At the board meeting on May 15, Bailie Gilliam, from Seneca High School, was recognized as the 2017 recipient of the James M. Brown Scholarship for the Arts. This scholarship ...
    Posted May 18, 2017, 12:59 PM by Deb WICKLIFFE
  • Dale Link Named Teacher of the Year Dale Link, from James M. Brown Elementary, was chosen as Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018 at the pinning ceremony that was held at the Walhalla High School auditorium ...
    Posted May 18, 2017, 12:30 PM by Deb WICKLIFFE
  • Seneca Middle School Student Wins Poetry Contest In celebration of National Poetry Month in April, the Pickens County Library System held their Seventh Annual Poetry Contest for poets of all ages. Entries were judged in one of ...
    Posted May 17, 2017, 10:51 AM by Deb WICKLIFFE
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VISION

SDOC will continue to produce students who can communicate effectively, solve problems competently, think critically and creatively, act responsibly, and recognize and respect the right of individual differences.

Students will be life-long learners who are technologically literate and who are able to succeed in a diverse global society.

Our goal will be accomplished through positive instruction with appropriate assessment by a fully trained staff, up-to-date facilities and resources, parental involvement and collaboration with business and community.
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