FOUNDATION GIVING THROUGH YOUR CLASS REUNION EVENT
If your class has a reunion this year and you would like to distribute information about the Foundation, please call Nanette Wooton at 803-739- 8076. The Foundation also has framed prints of the school and monogrammed black golf shirts with the school logo for sale.
In the event you have money left over after your reunion activities, you can donate to the scholarship fund in honor of your graduating class or in memory of any class-mates who are deceased. It is a very significant way to honor friends and loved ones.
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2006 Message From the
BCHS FOUNDATION MENTORING — “WINGMAN” PROGRAM
The mentoring program at Brookland-Cayce High School was proposed in the fall of 1998 by president, Ed Kirkland. His goal was to develop a program that would provide a “wingman” (an aviation term, the wingman supports the lead aircraft) for B-C students who need extra support in their lives. Thus, the present BCHS Foundation Wingman Program consists of volunteer adult mentors who meet with and serve as positive role models for identified B-C students.
The foundation also sponsors the Junior Wingman program. Selected eleventh grade students are trained and supervised by teachers and counselors to serve as mentors for ninth grade students through an organized program of activities Adults interested in volunteering as a mentor can contact the BCHS Foundation.
I bring you greetings from the students, staff and faculty here at Brookland-Cayce High School. The school year has gotten off to a great start. Classes are well underway, the fall sports season is getting started, and the teachers and students seem genuinely excited about their teaching and learning opportunities.
Brookland-Cayce is such a unique place that truly brings the school, her alumni and the community together. The existence and purpose of the Brookland- Cayce Foundation is a clear example of why B-C is so special. The Foundation, its membership, and their accomplish- ments have had a significant and positive influence on the students and staff at Brookland-Cayce High School. Last year alone, your Brookland-Cayce Foundation contributed over $20,000.00 back to B-C in the form of student scholarships and teacher grants. I want to personally thank you, on behalf of all the people associated with B-C, for your role in the Foundation’s commitment to make Brookland-Cayce the best high school possible.
I look forward to meeting you at the Kick- off Membership Dinner on September 14, 2006. And again, thank you for your continued support of Brookland-Cayce High School.
Scott Newman Principal, B-C High School
BCHS Foundation or make a donation in memory of or in someone’s honor, complete to BCHS Foundation, P.O. Box 2482, Cayce, SC 29171.
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