Principal's Message

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Welcome returning students and new Todd Tigers joining our E.P. Todd family! I am greatly honored to serve as your 2014-2015 principal. At E.P. Todd, we formulate enriching instructional practices that foster a foundation to help students along their educational journey. The faculty will passionately work with students to promote their intellectual capabilities from grades K3 – 8th.
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7 Shares, Cares and DARES!

7 Shares, Cares and DARES!
Primed with excitement and sporting their pride, the District 7 team of teachers and staff donned their individual school colors and celebrated the start of a new academic year with the annual back-to-school program known as 7Shares on Thursday, August 14. The 1200 employees of the District packed the Spartanburg High School gym for a morning of inspiration, motivation, and recognition.
Bobbi Kennedy, Special Projects Director with ETV, brought special recognition to Adam Babcock, technology integration specialist at Spartanburg High School, for being named a 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator. After a nationwide search, Adam was selected as one of only 100 educators from across the country and the only one in South Carolina. He was chosen for his passion and commitment to innovative teaching practices that integrate digital media and technology in the classroom.
Praised for their commitment in the classroom, 13 teachers were honored as the top educator in their school with the District Teacher of the Year award going to Marquice Clark from the Cleveland Academy of Leadership. Eleven first-year teachers were also honored for outstanding performance during their induction year. Leslie Sloan from Spartanburg High School was awarded the Crystal Apple - the top award for a new teacher.
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We will miss Mr. Zachary

We will miss Mr. Zachary
Mr. Zachary has announced he will step down from the post he has held since 2004 at the end of this school year. He intends to pursue a new opportunity – to become a middle school coordinator and teacher at the American School of Kinshasa in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mr. Zachary has made three previous mission trips to Africa to provide support and care for some of the world’s most vulnerable children. His two-year contract will begin on August 1, 2014.
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