Tamping down on bullying: Programs aim to prevent, reduce behavioral issues in schools

As the largest school district in the state, Greenville makes up more than 10 percent of public school students in South Carolina and about 17 percent of the state’s recorded bullying incidents.

Op-Ed: Political and public solutions threaten school safety

After the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., political and public opinions on making schools safe are proving to be as misguided as the broader school reform movement that has failed our students.

A March For Their Lives

By Joshua Kelly   For about 30 minutes after 2 p.m. on Saturday, you…

March For Our Lives Greenville draws thousands

Photos by Joshua Kelly An estimated 2,000 people filled Main Street in…

Op-Ed: We know how to stop kids with guns, don’t we?

By Marc Wiludjanski–Wilson Now it’s 17 murdered in Parkland, Fla. Before that, Sutherland…

Greenville County cancels Monday classes

Winter Storm Helena has left unsafe road conditions in Greenville County, officials said.

When kids say, ‘I don’t know what to write about’

Greenville Wordsmiths’ crew never hear the words, “I don’t know what to write about” from the children they coach.

Our Schools: April 22, 2016

Activities, awards, and accomplishments

Improving school quality could bring massive economic gains to S.C.

Investing in school improvement could reap massive economic gains for South Carolina over the next decade

Fork Shoals Schools’ impact honored

Fork Shoals School in southern Greenville County is now an historic landmark.

OUR SCHOOLS: Activities, awards and accomplishments

Week of March 25, 2016

School cafeterias to serve winning student recipe

Greenville County Schools to serve the winning recipe from last year’s Euphoria Healthy Lunchtime Throwdown in its school cafeterias

Summit Drive, Roper Mountain and Fine Arts Center additions on tap

As more millennials and adults with children move to Greenville – and more families with children already here choose to stay – adding classroom space will become an urgent need, especially around Greenville’s urban core, the board of trustees were told Tuesday.

Schools, social services could be big losers in roads tax-swap plans

Everybody agrees South Carolina needs more money to build, repair and maintain roads.

CDC grant backs healthy choices

On National Walk to School Day on Wednesday, LiveWell Greenville announced that…