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Remembering those lost at Pearl Harbor attack 82 years ago: Commemorative event aboard the Yorktown
82 years after the Japanese attacked the United States at Pearl Harbor – propelling the U.S. military into World War II – veterans, leaders, and families gathered aboard Patriot Point’s U.S.S. Yorktown to commemorate the anniversary.
‘We remember their courage’: Patriots Point honors South Carolinians who died at Pearl Harbor
The main image of this front page story features University School students Monica Walker and Dylan Seng taking part in the wreath laying ceremony at yesterday’s Pearl Harbor Memorial on the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum. They were part of a larger group who arrived early to meet and talk with veterans and active duty service members and then observed and took part in the ceremony — organized by VFW Post and Auxiliary 10624.
USL math teacher earns state recognition, students take home top honors at Math Meet
If you would have asked a young Nicole Brockman what she wanted to be when she grew up, a math teacher would have ranked at the bottom of the list. Brockman, who teaches middle and high school math at the University School of the Lowcountry in Mount Pleasant, said she despised math homework when she was a girl.
How one local school celebrates Random Acts of Kindness Week all year round
We spoke to Jason Kreutner, Head of School at the University School of the Lowcountry about Random Act of Kindness Week. Kreutner makes being kind an important part of the education at University School of the Lowcountry by instilling altruistic habits in the students. The unselfish concern for others that his students practice on a daily basis will continue throughout their adulthood.
Making Stewards of Students: University School of the Lowcountry Uplifts Community Through Service Learning Initiative
It’s been a little more than a year since Charleston-area schools closed to curb the spread of coronavirus, but communities are still feeling the effects. With support from their families, students and staff from University School of the Lowcountry have spent each week since then providing resources and support to students in need from neighboring schools.
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