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Superintendent Dr. Scott Turner surprised recipients of one of the district's highest honors last week.
District Five's Board of Trustees has approved the calendar for next school year, which has students returning to class on August 17.
Meredith Gergley, a Lyman resident and mother of District Five students, has been selected to serve a vacated seat in district 5-2.
There were cheers throughout District Five school campuses last week as Teachers and Support Employees of the Year were named.
After more than 18 months of construction, a beautiful new addition has finally opened its doors at Byrnes High School.
District Five Schools teamed up with local members of the Military Order of the Purple Heart to make this holiday season extra special for veterans across the country.
The South Carolina Department of Education has issued report cards for all districts and schools in the state.
District Five recognized its "Support Employees of the Year" for all they do for students.
Twelve of District Five's finest teachers were celebrated for their contributions to the classroom.
For the first time in a decade, the Byrnes High School Rebel Regiment Marching Band has the title of "State Champion".
Association for Career and Technical Education honors the longtime adminstrator.
Thanks to a partnership with Academy Sports, more than two dozen Spartanburg County students got a little help to start the school year!
A dozen James F. Byrnes High School students had the chance to develop their leadership skills, and learn more about state goverment at the annual program this summer.
More than two dozen beloved members of the District Five family were thanked for their dedication in a special retirement ceremony.
Nearly 500 Byrnes High School students walked across the stage and received their diplomas on May 24.
The Byrnes High School Lady Rebels softball team finished the season with an incredible 30-4 record.
Phi Beta Mu, an international Bandsman fraternity, announce the honor for Byrnes student Matthew Powell.
District Five selected two of its finest employees for the huge honor.
Members of the Technology Student Association traveled to Myrtle Beach for the statewide competition in March.
The Roper Mountain Science Center honored Becky Carson earlier this month.
The Byrnes High School boys basketball team beat Irmo, 57-50, to capture their first state title in 26 years.
Schools across District Five are honoring some of their best employees.
Seven District Five schools received one of the highest distinctions from the SC Dept. of Education this year.
For the first time in 23 years, the Byrnes High School boy's basketball team has clinched the Region 2 4A title!
District Five's nine trustees were thanked during a special board meeting January 25.
Students will be attending school on February 15 and March 11, due to days missed from January's winter storm.
International sensation and Emmy winning composer, Mark Wood, will present a fantastic concert on Friday, January 29.
K4 and K5 students can register for the 2016-17 school year through March 31.
District Five Schools is seeking some of the state's most passionate and talented teachers to lead its classrooms.
Beginning January 4, 2016, District Five will no longer provide printed, paper menus in any school offices.
Four District Five Board of Trustees members officially began their term of service Wednesday morning.
For the 3rd straight year, the Byrnes marching band was among the best in SC at the state championship!
Partners For Active Living recognizes school for their "Walk To School" Day event
The nationally ranked Byrnes High School Rebel Regiment band will head to the SCBDA Championship this weekend with an undefeated record this season.
Twelve of the finest educators in District Five were honored and celebrated at the District's annual Teacher of the Year banquet.
Fifteen of District Five's most outstanding support employees were recognized at an annual luncheon earlier this month.
District Five's GT program is accepting referral forms now through October 23.
District Five students scored above state average in all subjects measured for job success.
District Five Schools has been in constant contact with local law enforcement regarding an alleged threat to area schools.
District Five parents and families now have an easier way to register children for school, and it's all at their fingertips.
A lucky group of Spartanburg students were treated to a special event with the Carolina Panthers and Academy Sports.
Eight outstanding District Five students were recognized, along with others from Spartanburg County, for their character and citizenship.
494 Byrnes High School students walked across the stage Tuesday night to receive their diplomas.
The new lines were drawn to ensure the District complies with the Constitutional requirement of "one person, one vote".
The award honors businesses, or individuals, who go above and beyond, giving financial support, time, and effort to support District Five schools and students.
Dr. Kim Deering and Mr. Christopher McCants have been selected as Principals of Reidville Elementary, and Beech Springs Intermediate, respectively.
Each year, the Top Ten academic students are recognized from the graduating class.
Thanks to generous donations, students at four schools will benefit from the character education program.
4th grader Charlotte Whitesell took home the overall prize out of hundreds of competitors.
Recipients will be honored at banquet next fall.
Dozens of District Five students were recognized recently for high achievement on the PSAT.
8th grader Kalika Bridwell won the regional spelling bee for the second year in a row.
Schools across District Five recognized some of their best employees this week.
Ten Byrnes High School seniors will graduate from the program this year.
All new K4 and K5 students can register at the school in their attendance zone.
The SC School Boards Insurance Trust has awarded $10,000 to purchase 8 new AED's for district schools
District Five alumni Marcus Lattimore paid a visit to River Ridge Elementary School recently to read to students.
Construction is scheduled to begin in June 2015.
For the third consecutive year, the district has received a grade of excellent from the SC Department of Education.
The Byrnes High School Rebel Regiment band capped off a stellar season with an Upper State championship win.
The SC Department of Health and Environmental Control has issued guidelines and steps for schools to follow concerning Ebola
The number of District Five students earning college credit, while still attending high school is increasing
Information regarding Act 155
The District Five Board of Trustees has unanimously passed a budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
The Byrnes High School Class of 2014 received their diplomas on Tuesday, May 27.
The Byrnes High School Lady Rebels defeated Bluffton in Game 3 to take the 4A Softball state title
Every year, Byrnes High School recognizes the top top students, according to academic GPA, in its Senior Class.
Brian Lane is returning home to coach at his alma mater.
4th grader Noah McKinney won the overall grand prize in Duke Energy's Invention Convention
District Five has selected its teachers and support employees of the year for 2013-14.
Ann Turner from Florence Chapel Middle School is the 2013-14 District Five Distinguished Teacher of Reading
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