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Sumter police chief speaks to school board

Sumter's police chief says the issue of school safety related to potential shootings is an emerging issue that must be dealt with proactively by local law enforcement working in association with schools. Chief Russell Roark spoke to the Sumter … more

School safety, online reporting system before Sumter school board

After at least three reported threats or pranks of impending violence in the district's schools in the last week, Sumter School District's Board of Trustees will discuss school safety, among other topics, at Monday's regularly scheduled … more

Sumter hospital unveils coloring book to Lemira Elementary students

It really does "take a village to raise a child," if you ask Palmetto Health Tuomey. And in the spirit of the saying, the hospital extended its community partnership with Lemira Elementary School on Thursday at the school with the unveiling of a … more

Sumter Home Chapter honors students who won essay contest

Each year, Sumter's Home Chapter, NSDAR recognizes outstanding students at its February meeting. The chapter sponsors two essay contests - one for elementary and one for high school students. The first is the DAR American … more

Scholarship, college fair set for Saturday at Sumter High

On behalf of the Professional Assistance for College-Prep Excellence Academy, the statewide OnePalmetto Scholarship and College Fair will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Sumter High School, 2580 McCrays Mill Road. This free event is … more

Pancake Day marks 56th year of helping children in Sumter

FROM STAFF REPORTS The Kiwanis Club of Sumter will flip pancakes for its 56th year on Saturday, March 3, at Alice Drive Middle School, 40 Miller Road. Sumter Kiwanians will raise funds for Sumter children in two shifts, from 7 to 10:30 a.m. and … more

Sumter High IB students visit Clemson

PHOTO PROVIDED Sumter High School IB biology classes traveled to Clemson University for a STEM adventure recently. At the Clemson University Life Science Outreach Center, students transformed E. coli with the pGlo plasmid, which carries a … more

Chamber recognizes 12 Alice Drive Middle students for 'excellence in character traits'

Kindness. Hard worker. Leader. Middle school student. Respectful. Thoughtful. Eager. Engaged. Polite. Appreciative. Conscientious. Tries to do her best every day. These words describe the 12 Alice Drive Middle School students who were recently … more

Sumter, Clarendon superintendents: Safety is priority in threats of violence

After various claims of impending school violence in recent days in light of the recent tragedy in Florida, two area superintendents who have had threats claimed within their school districts pledged Tuesday their commitment to all community … more
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