Volunteers are Appreciated

Volunteers are Appreciated


Saluda County Schools hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast on April 26, 2017 at the Educational Complex.  The district is fortunate to have around forty volunteers who regularly work in our schools lending a helping hand.  Their services range from working with our students after school in our “Good News” program, helping in the media center, planting beautiful gardens around our schools, managing our “Box Tops” for education rewards, preparing food bags for students, patrolling our schools to help keep it safe, and serving as mentors for students.

 

Dr. David Mathis, Superintendent welcomed the guest and thanked them for their service and spoke about the role of a volunteer and their impact on students, staff, and districts.  Entertainment was provided by Macy Crawford, 10th grade student at Saluda High School who sang “This Little Light of Mine” composed by Addison Road.  After the Invocation, guests were served a delicious hot breakfast prepared by Saluda High School food service.

 

At the closing of the event each guest was presented with a beautiful flower grown by the students in Mrs. Crouch’s Agriculture department.

 

The District extends a very special thank you to all our volunteers and community members that make a difference for our students and staff.  “No Matter How We Say it, We Appreciate You and All That You Do!”