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B EAUFORT, P ORT R OYAL A ND T HE S EA I SLANDS

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New Dean of USCB Historic Beaufort Campus

Jody Hayward Making A Sound Difference

BACK TO SCHOOL Beaufort County Board of Education

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AUGUST 2018 Paul Nurnberg The Man Behind The Lens


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CONTRIBUTORS Cindy Reid

Susan Deloach

Cindy Reid has been published in About Town, skirt!, Salon.com and The Coastal Mariner. A graduate of Mills College in Oakland, CA, she spent most of her career working with authors in the retail book business before becoming one herself. She has a daughter who lives in the state of Washington. A native of New York’s Hudson Valley, she now makes her home on St. Helena Island.

Susan Deloach was born Susan Bessinger in Beaufort, where she still resides with her husband, Larry, and sons Hudson and Tucker. Susan has a gift for capturing the personality and unique essence of her subject whether on location or in the studio. Her portraits are as diverse as the personalities of the people she photographs - some are edgy, some joyful, but all have one thing in common: the sensitive, skilled and thoughtful approach of the artist behind the camera.

Carol Lauvray

John Wollwerth

Carol Lauvray relocated from Ohio to Beaufort in 2011 to enjoy the pristine coastal beauty of the Lowcountry and this friendly, welcoming community. In Beaufort, Carol’s found more than a home--she’s found the ideal place to pursue her passions for history and writing. She became a docent for the Beaufort History Museum in 2013 and now serves as the President of the Museum’s Board of Directors. Carol has more than 20 years of experience in writing marketing communications and holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Communication from Ohio University. Her daughter Cristin and son-in-law Kevin live near Columbus, Ohio.

John Wollwerth is a photographer raised in New York, now living in Beaufort. He specializes in wedding and commercial photography, with additional background in portrait and stock photography. His work has appeared in such publications as The Washington Post, the Minneapolis Tribune, Coastal Living and South Carolina Homes and Gardens. John is involved with the Photography Club of Beaufort and the Professional Photographer of South Carolina. He lives with his wife and three children.

Emily Burgess

Paul Nurnberg

Emily Burgess received a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. She is currently a stay-at-home mom to three boys and writes freelance. She moved to Beaufort in 2013 for her husband’s job and enjoys all the lowcountry has to offer.

Paul Nurnberg, whose studio is in Beaufort, SC, specializes in architectural and lifestyle advertising photography. He photographs a variety of subjects including people, products, food, nature and travel for ad agencies, large corporations and magazines. Local clients include Beaufort Memorial Hospital, The Vegetable Kingdom and Swanky J Boutique. Other clients include JCB, (UK/Savannah), Johnson Matthey, Parker’s Markets and Stertil­ Koni. Paul also teaches photography and camera classes and one on one lessons to individuals. He just finished a two-year term as president of the SC chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers

Lindsey Lenoir Lindsey Lenoir is a Mississippi transplant living in the Lowcountry. She lives in Beaufort with her husband, a Marine, and their four children. She is currently working on her first novel and enjoys writing poetry, children’s books, painting, and Friday night dance parties with her family.

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AUGUST 2018

IN THIS ISSUE 10

New Dean of USCB Historic Beaufort Campus Dr. Robert LeFavi

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Making A Sound Difference Jody Hayward

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Paul Nurnberg

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Beaufort County School District Cracks Down On Bullying

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Pat Conroy Center

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United Way Of The Lowcountry

The Man Behind The Lens

Conroy Center's Visiting Writers Series Begins August 9

AmeriCorps Members Help Students Improve Reading Skills Through "Reed Indeed" Program

Departments 09 Publisher’s Thoughts

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25 Back To School • Beaufort County School Directory • Beaufort County School Calendar • Private School Listing • Beaufort Academy New Faculty

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PUBLISHER’S Thoughts

Back To School

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t's hard to believe summer vacation for our kiddos and those angels...I mean teachers...is already over. School is back in....the bells are ringing and the students are scurrying around campus in excitement of the adventures of the new year. A teacher (also called a school teacher or, in some contexts, an educator) is a person who helps others to acquire knowledge, competences or values. Wikipedia The definition of a teacher has always meant so much more to me. They are role models to our children, they are mentors to our next generation, they are caretakers of the hearts of our youth, they are heroes! Julie Hales, PUBLISHER All teachers do not sit in a classroom environment...they may be administrators, they may have a specific trade they share or a specific organization they represent. Recently, USC brought on the very first Dean of the Beaufort campus. Dr. Bob LeFavi has stepped into that role, and his plans for the USCB are nothing shy of amazing. I have personally known Dr. LeFavi for years as he has lived in my home town. I have known him as an educator. I have known him as a business owner. I have known him a a pastor. And, I have known him as a man of vision and dedication. I believe he will prove to be a valuable asset to this community. The story on the following pages will tell you more about Dr, LeFavi, both personally and professionally. You should read this story and get to know him....as I feel certain you will be seeing his face all over town. On the following pages you will also see some important information from the Beaufort County School System for the 2018-19 school term. There is also a great article on the Port Royal Sound Foundation's Maritime Center. Hundreds of our youth walk through their doors each year. Read about some of the great programs they have to offer and about the STEAM festival they have coming up later this year. Also, our very own Paul Nurnberg shares information about the his photography business and is always open to speak to any youth (or adult) that may want to learn more about his profession. We have dedicated this issue to all of the wonderful teachers we have in our community...and applaud the dedication to their craft as they educate us all. B EAUFORT, P ORT R OYAL A ND T HE S EA I SLANDS

Dr. ROBERT LEFAVI

ANNUAL

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New Dean of USCB Historic Beaufort Campus

Jody Hayward Making A Sound Difference

BACK TO SCHOOL Beaufort County Board of Education

ISSUE

ABOUT THE COVER Meet Dr. Bob LeFavi, the first Dean ever appointed to the USCB Beaufort campus. Dr. LeFavi is extremely passionate and excited about the revitalization of the Beaufort campus and fostering relationships between the community and the school.

AUGUST 2018 Paul Nurnberg The Man Behind The Lens

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New Dean of USCB Historic Beaufort Campus

Dr. Robert LeFavi

story by Cindy Reid photos by Paul Nurnberg


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eet Dr. Robert LeFavi, PhD, DMin, the newly appointed Dean of the Beaufort campus of the University of South Carolina Beaufort. Dr LeFavi has the honor of being the first Dean appointed to the USCB Beaufort campus and is excited about his mission to enhance programs on the campus. He comes to Beaufort by way of Georgia Southern University, Armstrong Campus, where Dr. LeFavi was Head of Health Sciences and Kinesiology, a department with roughly 2,000 students. Dr. LeFavi has an impressive Curriculum Vita, having received his Ph.D. in Health and Human Performance from Auburn University, a D.Min. (Doctor of Ministry) from the University of the South, M.Div. (Master of Divinity) from Erskine Theological Seminary, M.B.A. from Nova Southeastern University and a B.S. in Health Education, from the University of Florida. Dr. LeFavi says, “I was in the university system of Georgia for twenty-eight years, and I genuinely enjoyed my time there. I had absolutely no intention of leaving. But, when I came across this position it hit an entrepreneurial nerve in me and I was immediately drawn to it. In fact, it now seems to me that everything I have done to this point has prepared me for the task of fostering the new programs on the Beaufort campus. I can approach it as an entrepreneur, an academic, a community

member, and even a parent. This position is extremely exciting to me. I don’t even feel as if I am going to work when I pull up to campus.” He says, “USCB has provided resources in order to re-focus energies to the Beaufort Campus. As I see it, what this campus needs is student life. USCB’s Beaufort Campus is a great place for students to study, work and have fun. Part of that is going to be creating an environment in which students will want to be on campus, hanging out on the lawn, throwing a Frisbee, simply enjoying being here. The resources – the landscape, city, academic buildings, walkability and beauty - are already here. I wish I had the option, years ago, of attending a beautiful university on the water, where I could have personalized attention in small classes from outstanding professors, walk everywhere and enjoy the history and natural resources of a place like Beaufort!” Academic Programs “The USCB Beaufort campus has excellent academic programs, such as Studio Art, and we will undoubtedly look at other academic programs that would be a natural fit to be developed and strengthened in Beaufort. Added to that, we now have Honors Biology and Honors Nursing programs in Beaufort, and I expect us to broaden our honors offerings,” Dr. LeFavi continues. “And that can all happen as we create a more vibrant campus environment. We now have a great start to creating such an environment; with the new dorms and their proximity to the campus we have a place for students to hang out, socialize and engage the community in an intimate campus feel.” Community Support “We are so fortunate to have the support of the community. It is extremely important to have local, experienced and interested community members step up, to provide support in various ways, including new and creative ideas, such as the dorm project,” Dr. LeFavi says, “Many individuals have been genuinely supportive in assisting us as this campus returns to not only its ‘glory days,’ but to even more glorious days.” “Both the campus and the community rely on each other, and in fact need each other. I have become immensely impressed with the unequivocal and broad-based support for the new programs on this campus throughout the entire community. The well-regarded Center for Fine Arts and the highly successful

OLLI program have brought many to the Beaufort campus. And while these points of contact strengthen the ties between town and gown, it is now time to start engaging these bright students with the community,” Dr. LeFavi says. New Dorms Next time you are on Boundary Street, take a look at the beautiful new dorms recently constructed at the intersection of Boundary and Newcastle, “In partnership with the University of South Carolina Beaufort, 303 Associates is developing a three-story, 24 apartment complex at the intersection of Boundary and Newcastle Streets that will have room for 92 students in USCB student housing,” (from the 303 Associates press release.) Dr. LeFavi says, “I am so thrilled to have a new housing complex as part of the Beaufort campus. In addition to students, the new dorms will also house Dorm Directors and Residence Advisors, and it is in easy walking distance to the campus.” Jewel in the Crown “If I were a high school senior and I had the opportunity to tour a campus like this, I wouldn’t visit another one! We have a beautiful campus on the water in a historic city filled with friendly people, where you can walk to everything, where your teachers know you on a personal and mentoring level and in an intimate small campus environment. We have an involved

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community that hosts multiple events on any given day, and we have every kind of water activity from boating and sailing to fishing and the beautiful beaches. Not to mention that Charleston and Savannah are a short drive for students to also explore. I truly believe that the Beaufort Campus is a jewel in the crown of USCB.” Fitness Dr. LeFavi is an expert in the fields of health, nutrition, sport science, sport medicine and psychology and has published over 725 articles (scientific and popular press) in his various fields of expertise. He is also co-owner of a CrossFit franchise in Effingham County and a previous owner of Gold’s Gym for 15 years. In 2013, he competed in the World CrossFit Games in the master’s division. More locally, Dr. LeFavi has studied the biomechanics of Beaufort weightlifting phenomenon C.J. Cummings, and was recently quoted by National Geographic on his findings. Off Campus Dr. LeFavi and his wife, Sue, have three children and have relocated to Beaufort in a home off Broad River Blvd. while they build in the Habersham community. He is ordained in the Anglican and Lutheran Churches, is the Pastor at Bethel Lutheran Church in Springfield, Georgia and is a columnist for the Savannah Morning

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News. Dr. LeFavi and his family have dual citizenship with Italy, and he is the liaison for the development of a sister city agreement between Beaufort County/ Hilton Head Island and Verona, Italy. Favorite place in Beaufort? “The view at the end of the campus where Carteret meets Boundary,” says Dr.LeFavi, speaking of Bellamy Curve, “That view out into the water, to me, is stunningly beautiful. Just think of a

student being able to walk past that view from the dorms to the campus everyday!” Looking Forward Dr.Le Favi concludes, “We have a rich history, which we honor as we move forward. Things constantly change throughout history, and this campus has always adapted to situations and events it faced. We will continue to do so while we work together to develop a thriving campus, so everyone can see this jewel.”


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MAKING A SOUND DIFFERENCE Jody Hayward – Executive Director of the Port Royal Sound Foundation

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story by Cindy Reid photos by Susan DeLoach

he mission of the Port Royal Sound Foundation is as clear as the sparkling waters of the Port Royal Sound: “Together we can make a sound difference to advance the awareness of the Port Royal Sound and its contributions to the environmental, cultural and economic well-being of our area, the region and the Atlantic Ocean.” To further their mission and serve the community, the Foundation “renovated the former Lemon Island Marina to establish an engaging and exciting educational experience. The Maritime Center opened in November, 2014 and features exhibits, local art, history, hands-on learning spaces and other areas where you can learn about and celebrate the Port Royal Sound.” “The Port Royal Sound Area encompasses all the areas directly affected by the water flowing into Port Royal or Calibouge Sounds. This includes such rivers as the Beaufort, Broad and May, as well as all their tributaries. The Port Royal Sound Area is much larger than many people realize. It extends almost all the way to Interstate 95 and covers most of Beaufort County, as well as portions of Jasper and Hampton counties. Altogether, the Port Royal Sound Area comprises nearly 1,600 square miles of land, marsh and river.” Beaufort Lifestyle recently caught up with Jody Hayward, the Executive Director of the Port Royal Sound Foundation, to get to know her and learn more about the Maritime Center and the Port Royal Sound. Jody was raised in Augusta, Georgia and attended Georgia Tech, where she met her husband Marc. She says, “We lived in Atlanta, where Marc and I had gone to school, and we were married in 2000. A few years later we were pregnant and friends we had gone to school with told us about this great town- Beaufort, South Carolina. They essentially recruited us to move to Habersham, and Habersham was gorgeous, and we really saw Beaufort and the Habersham community as the right place to raise our family. Plus, I would be near my mom in Savannah! So, in 2004 we moved to Beaufort. “ Jody says, “our family expanded to two daughters, Ella and Sophie, and in 2007

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I got involved as a founder of Riverview Charter School. After the school opened in 2009, I continued to volunteer for several more years. Then I started looking for something new to do and was introduced to Mike Long, who was then Chairman of the Port Royal Sound Foundation. I fell in love with the whole idea of the Port Royal Sound Foundation! From my days at Riverview, I learned how much I enjoyed working for a nonprofit with a great purpose and providing something good for the community. So, I volunteered, held a few different positions and in 2014, I became the Executive Director of the Port

Royal Sound Foundation.” The Maritime Center “At the Maritime Center we have exhibits, educational programming and fun activities for every age group,” says Jody, “We explore history, art, terrestrial and marine life. We have a dock you can walk out on to enjoy the view of the Port Royal Sound and a 3000 gallon aquarium full of fish from the Sound. You can see blue crab, young alligators and terrapins and learn all about the sharks of the Port Royal Sound. Admission to the Maritime Center is FREE and everyone is welcome. We are here to provide an important


service to our community.” Jody says, “It is amazing how the Maritime Center has grown! It is really exciting. We now have a staff of ‘five and a half’ people, including Alicia Powell, Director of Development, Rachel Jones, Naturalist & Programs Coordinator, Chris Kehrer, Naturalist & Education Coordinator, Jennifer Jenkins, Grants Coordinator, and Sarah Walbert, Communications & Office Coordinator. We also have over 100 volunteers who help us with everything from cleaning fish tanks to giving tours in the Maritime Center – we couldn’t do it all without them!” She adds, “We serve thousands of children every year, which is our main focus, educating young people about their own community. We have kids who are born here who have never been on water or seen a dolphin until they come here on a school field trip. We are passionate

about serving the community by building appreciation and educating people about the Port Royal Sound.” Jody says they use a “Five Prong Approach” to how they promote the Port Royal Sound. She says, “The five prongs are Ecology, History, Culture, Arts and Recreation. The Port Royal Sound has influenced everything, from the earliest explorers, to the Gullah people, to the food we eat. The Sound really defines the past, present and future of our community. “ When asked what has been the most rewarding aspect of her position, Jody says, “The ability to make a difference. For example, Beaufort County’s plastic bag ban starts in October, so we are working on some new programs and events that will help bring awareness for keeping the Port Royal Sound healthy. The health of our community is dependent on the health of the Sound, so it is important that we

educate people on what they can do like using reusable bags, helping with litter pick-ups and being careful about what goes down our drains. We are also working on a plastics sculptural art contest that we hope to announce very soon!” Favorite Place Jody says, “My favorite place in Beaufort is on the water with my family. As long as the family is happy, I’m happy. We enjoy just riding around on the water. It is super relaxing. Being on the water- that’s why we are here.” Programs at the Maritime Center Enjoy diverse and fun opportunities to experience and connect with the Port Royal Sound. There is no admission fee for the Maritime Center. Tours are selfguided with volunteer docents available to answer questions and assist as needed. Some programs and activities do have fees associated with them.

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Coming up is their 2nd Annual STEAM Festival on Saturday, August 25th from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm at the Maritime Center. This free family festival is sponsored by Lockheed Martin, the Stanley B. Farbstein Endowment of Coastal Community Foundation and Amazing Event Rentals. The STEAM Festival will provide hands-on, innovative and super-cool activities for families to enjoy. STEAM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, is an important initiative for educating and preparing today’s’ students for tomorrows’ jobs. The festival will showcase demonstrations, simulations, experiments and hands-on activities by area businesses, organizations and schools that are using STEAM to succeed. Featured vendors will include Lockheed Martin, The Sandbox, Beaufort Memorial Hospital, SC Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Conservation League, Amiri Farris, USCB, Beaufort County School District, South Carolina Aquarium, TCL, Spartina Marine

Education Charters and many more! Groups: When available and scheduled in advanced, tour guides may be arranged to lead your group through the Maritime Center. Please call 843-645-7774 to inquire. Creature Feedings: Every Saturday at 2pm, come by the Maritime Center to see the animals in action. The Center’s Naturalist will feed and discuss the critters in various tanks. Fun for kids and adults alike! Story Time: During holidays & summer Blankets, pillows, a story or two and a craft! Story Time is every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. during the Summer months (JuneAugust) and during holidays. Check their calendar for dates and bring the little ones! Tuesday Talks: View their calendar for dates. Tuesday Talks are a great way to

learn about the area. Local experts come and teach on the animals, ecosystems and issues facing the Port Royal Sound. There is a fee for this program. $8 Person / $5 Students (with ID) / Free 16 & under Call 843-645-7774 to register Eco Boat Excursions: View their calendar for dates. There is a fee for this activity. Spend time aboard with Captain Amber for a scientific expedition on the beautiful Chechessee River. $45 Adults / $30 Ages 6 – 11; Tour Time: 1.5-1.75 hours; Call 843-645-7774 to register www.portroyalsoundfoundation.org Maritime Center Hours: 10am-5pm Tuesday – Saturday Address: 310 Okatie Highway, Okatie, SC Phone: (843) 645-7774 Administrative Hours: 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday

MARITIME CENTER HOSTS 2ND ANNUAL STEAM FESTIVAL

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he Port Royal Sound Foundation is gearing up for its second annual STEAM Festival on Saturday, August 25th from 10am-3pm at the Maritime Center in Okatie, SC. Sponsored by Lockheed Martin and the Coastal Community Foundation, the STEAM Festival will provide hands-on, innovative and super-cool activities for families to enjoy. STEAM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math, is an important initiative for educating and preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s jobs. The festival will showcase demonstrations, simulations, experiments and hands-on activities by area businesses, organizations and schools that are using STEAM to succeed in our highly technical world.

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Featured vendors at this years’ festival include Lockheed Martin, Beaufort/Port Royal Fire Department, Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority, The Sandbox, South Carolina Aquarium, Technical College of the Lowcountry, Coastal Conservation League, SC Department of Natural Resources, Beaufort Memorial Hospital and many more. Each vendor will provide a hands-on and engaging activity for the whole family. Guests are invited to have lunch at the Maritime Center. Food vendors will include Time to Eat, Murican Border, KC Mikes Smokin and Kona Ice. The Maritime Center features many STEAM-based exhibits and offers a variety of STEAM-based programs to educate visitors about the Port Royal Sound. “It’s a natural fit for us to host this free festival for the public, as a way to excite

area youth about STEAM and help make a connection to many of the Lowcountry organizations using STEAM to succeed.” Executive Director, Jody Hayward The festival will be a great kick-off to the 2018-19 school year. A comprehensive list of participating vendors, demonstration schedules and parking information will be posted on the Port Royal Sound Foundation’s website and Facebook page. For more information, contact the Foundation office at 843-645-7774.


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ou probably know Paul Nurnberg’s photographic work from the pages of this publication, Beaufort Lifestyle, or through any number of his artistic and commercial endeavors. Now it’s time to meet Paul, the man behind the lens, as he takes the helm as president of the Photography Club of Beaufort (PCoB) for a second time. The PCoB was formed in 2005 with the purpose of providing a cordial atmosphere where photographers of all levels, novice to expert, can come together to learn, develop and deliver images that draw out creative talents from behind the lens.

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With over 100 current members they are able to provide workshops, competitions, programs and constructive critique sessions. Although in Italy on vacation, Paul was gracious enough to take the time to answer a few of Beaufort Lifestyle’s question. Let’s start at the beginning- what got you interested in photography? I loved it in high school and I realized that I could go to school for it and try to make a living at it. Do you have formal training? I graduated with a BS in Photography from Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) then I worked as a

full time photographer’s assistant for a photographer in Boston for three and a half years, then as an in-house photographer for two large corporations, so yes a lot of formal training. And I have taken many workshops and classes since school as well. How long have you owned your own photography business? I opened my first own photography business in North Carolina in 1987. In 1994, I moved my business to Savannah and then to Beaufort (first to Port Royal) about 10 years ago. What type photos do you enjoy taking the most?


I really love all types of commercial work, and so most of the work I do is commercial. My clients include advertising agencies and large corporations including, locally, Beaufort Memorial Hospital and JCB in Savannah. I also like fashion type things, dancers, food, architecture, industrial and aerial. All of it. If you have seen my ads in Beaufort Lifestyle magazine over the years you would see I have a hard time specializing. What is your history with the Photography Club of Beaufort? I was asked by one of the four founders to help start and be a part of it from the first meeting. I have served on the board as Vice President and Program Chair for a total of four years, then two years as President and two more years as past President. This year I was asked to, and accepted, the position of President again with my term starting July 1. As their incoming president, what are your goals for the club in the upcoming year? I want to make the club even more fun and try to encourage younger members to join and get involved. Other goals include having more frequent field trips, and more speakers and presenters, using our talented local (Beaufort, Savannah and Charleston) photographers. Also more workshops taught by local photographers. Tell us about the Dale Westcott Scholarship for aspiring young photographers. PCoB has an annual photography competition for high school students called the Dale Westcott Scholarship. The award is in memory of Dale Westcott, one of the original members of the photography club and a life-long educator. The Dale Westcott

Memorial Award is given annually by PCoB for the best nature photograph submitted by a local high school student. All area high schools may participate as well as students who are home-schooled. The judging takes place at the club’s April meeting and awards are presented at the May meeting. We are really trying to encourage all north of the Broad River high schools and home school students to participate. What is the best advice you can give a young photographer just starting out? That’s tough. I went to college and got a four year degree. Now, because of how

much technology has changed the business and education, I would recommend getting a 2 or 4 year degree in business and learn photography through college (or other) classes or by assisting other photographers or, joining a club such as ours. In the end, owning a photography business is indeed a business. So much can be learned on line now. I am always willing to talk to people who are considering a career in photography if they would like advice. Do you teach photography lessons? If so, explain a little about your classes. I have taught group classes for beginners through what was ArtWorks, and at TCL, as well as through my studio. Lately I have been giving many more one on one classes (or two on one). I can give lessons on how to use your camera better, composition, how to take better pictures, lighting, post processing using several different types of software, and how to properly store and catalog all of your digital images once you take them. I would like to do more group classes in the future. If anyone is interested they are welcome to contact me directly. What other professional clubs and/ or organizations are you a part of? I am a member of two national photo organizations: APA (American Photographic Artists) and a few years ago was the Secretary on its national board for two years. Also I am very involved with the SC Chapter of ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers). I have spent

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a total of ten years on the state board as Program Chair, Treasurer, Vice President and President. Outside of photography, I founded Greendrinks Beaufort and we just had our 10th anniversary. What is your most memorable photo shoot and why? This is a tough one. I was just telling my assistant while looking at some old printed pieces of my first big job after having opened my own business, that it involved a shoot of about 30 vehicles and 50 people and bucket trucks, and lots of co-ordination. At one point, I realized that every person there, including the clients and ad agency people were looking at me to tell them what to do. That was early on in my business so very memorable. I also spent several days in Maine photographing truck trailers from the ground and helicopter, so that was also fun and memorable. Also, live surgeries for hospitals, two cookbook projects, etc. I have done a lot so far in my career. Background Focus Where are you from originally? I was born in Aurora, IL but moved to Elmira, NY (a beautiful small city in the Finger Lakes area in upstate NY) when I was an infant, so I am from Elmira I guess. Tell us about your family. My wife Libby and I will celebrate our 36th wedding anniversary on Sept 11 of this year. How long have you been in Beaufort? We moved here in May of 1996, so a bit longer than 22 years. What are your hobbies...outside of photography? I love anything outdoors. Walking, hiking paddling, swimming, reading, eating and drinking. If you could live anywhere in the world, and continue to photograph, where would you live?

I love using drones for photography and video. I have actually been flying drones for about three years and currently have two. I earned my FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot’s License last year. Drones can give you a view and ability to photograph from angles impossible to do any other way. If you could have your dream job, would it be photography? My real dream job would probably be an astronaut. But really, I can’t see myself doing anything besides photography.

That is a tough one because there are so many places I have not been (and I am writing this from Florence, Italy.) Digital & Drone How has the digital age changed your business? Completely. There’s is a lot more competition now as the barrier to entry into the business is so low. Digital cameras and computers are so cheap now. People who have no training at all can make images that are technically very good. However, one thing that separates a professional photographer from someone who just owns a camera is that as an experienced photographer, I pre-plan many aspects of a commercial photography shoot, and am able to solve problems for my clients during a shoot. A professional photographer knows how to deal with all kinds of situations. Everything from corporate board rooms to operating rooms, from large industrial plants to photographing from various types of aircraft. How do you feel about the new drone photography?

From the Photography Club of Beaufort Photographers within the Beaufort/ Jasper counties should visit our meetings the 2nd Monday of every month at the Lowcountry Technical College. PCOB starts its 2018-19 season in September. Accept the challenge to take your work to a higher level. Come join us this season. New members and guests always welcomed. Visit our website for current meeting times and locations. For more information go to Photography Club of Beaufort.com

PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB OF BEAUFORT NOW OPENS TO NEW MEMBERS FOR THE 2018-2019 SESSION The award winning Photography Club of Beaufort has been supporting the desire of many photographers that seek to find and capture the essence of photography and that one spectacular shot. PCB, with over 100 current members, was formed 2005 with the purpose of providing a cordial atmosphere where photographers of all levels, novice to expert, can come together to learn, develop and deliver images that draw out creative talents from behind the lens. Beyond the pyramid of aperture, shutter and ISO lies the true essence of creative photography. Taking what may be a

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mundane subject and composing with light and shutter speed and transforming into work of art. Capturing an image that elicits an emotional response pulled in by raw subject matter and converted into art by technique sums up the mission of this club. Every photographer is inspired by a good image, but once enhanced with the intent of creating a great image it becomes capable of delivering breathtaking results. Providing workshops, competitions, programs and constructive critique sessions, a photographer can learn from other club members as well as

professionals often invited to address members throughout the year. With award winning photographers, master aerial drone pilots to abstract landscape programs the club delivers content for its members. Photographers within the Beaufort/ Jasper counties shoulder visit our meetings the 2nd Monday of every month at the Technical College of the Lowcountry. PCOB starts its 2018-19 season in September. Accept the challenge to take your work to a higher level. Come join us this season. New members and guests always welcomed.


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B ack To School Beaufort County School District 2900 Mink Point Boulevard Beaufort, SC 29902 843-322-2300 District Office Hours: M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mission The Beaufort County School District, through a personalized learning approach, will prepare graduates who compete and succeed in an ever-changing global society and career marketplace. Vision We will work with families and our diverse community to ensure that students perform at an internationally competitive level in a learning environment that is safe, nurturing and engaging. District Core Beliefs We believe: Every student can learn using his or her valuable and unique talents and skills. Learning takes place when the physical, emotional, social and intellectual wellbeing of all students is assured at every

level and during every transition. High expectations of the school community positively impact student success. Early childhood learning experiences form the foundation of future school success. Students learn best when they are engaged and provided with opportunities for problem solving and active participation. All students are entitled to learning experiences so that they can become competent and confident in the skills and knowledge needed to become successful and productive citizens. Investment, involvement and connection of all members of the school community are essential to a student’s success. Frequent informal and formal assessment aligned to clearly defined learning objectives will provide improved student achievement. The collection, analysis and use of data

from a variety of sources are critical to making decisions. Students should be prepared to compete and contribute in a changing global and multilingual society. Non-Discrimination Statement Beaufort County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, disability or citizenship status in employment or in any of its education programs or activities or offerings. The following administrators have been designated to handle inquiries or complaints regarding the non-discrimination policies, rules and procedures: Alice Walton, Beaufort County School District, P.O. Drawer 309, Beaufort, South Carolina, 29901, or at (843) 3222300.

Earl Campbell Chair District 1

Geri Kinton Vice-Chair District 5

Bill Payne Secretary District 10

Evva Anderson District 7

Mary Cordray District 8

John R. Dowling District 6

Joseph Dunkle District 4

Cynthia Gregory District 3

Christina Gwozdz District 9

JoAnn Orischak District 11

David Striebinger District 2

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Beaufort County School Directory PreK/K-8 Schools Riverview Charter School 81 Savannah Highway, Beaufort, SC 29906 Phone: 843-379-0123 Alison Thomas, Director athomas@riverviewcharterschool.org Robert Smalls International Academy 43 W. K. Alston Drive, Beaufort, SC 29906 Phone 843-322-2500 Jennifer Morillo, Principal Jennifer.Morillo@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Elementary Schools Beaufort Elementary School 1800 Prince Street, Beaufort, SC 29902 Phone 843-322-2600 Melissa Holland, Principal melissa.holland@beaufort.k12.sc.us Broad River Elementary School 474 Broad River Blvd. , Beaufort, SC 29906 Phone 843-322-8400 Constance Goodwine-Lewis, Principal Constance.Goodwine-Lewis@beaufort.k12.sc.us Coosa Elementary School 45 Middle Road, Beaufort, SC 29907 Phone 843-322-6100 Charles DelForge, Principal Charles.Delforge@beaufort.k12.sc.us Joseph S. Shanklin Elementary School 121 Morrall Drive, Beaufort, SC 29906 Phone 843-466-3400 Celestine LaVan, Principal Celestine.LaVan@beaufort.k12.sc.us Lady's Island Elementary School 73 Chowan Creek Bluff, Beaufort, SC 29907 Phone 843-322-2240 Marvelle Ulmer, Principal Marvelle.Ulmer@beaufort.k12.sc.us Mossy Oaks Elementary School 2510 Mossy Oaks Road, Beaufort, SC 29902 Phone 843-322-2900 Michelle Sackman, Principal Michelle.Sackman@beaufort.k12.sc.us

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Port Royal Elementary School 1214 Paris Avenue, Port Royal, SC 29935 Phone 843-322-0820 Chavon Browne, Principal Chavon.Browne@beaufort.k12.sc.us St. Helena Elementary School 1025 Sea Island Parkway, St. Helena Island, SC 29920 Phone 843-838-0300 Dr. Tara Mack, Principal Tara.Mack@beaufort.k12.sc.us Whale Branch Elementary School 15 Stuart Point Road, Seabrook, SC 29941 Phone 843-466-1000 Melissa Vogt, Principal melissa.vogt@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Middle Schools Beaufort Middle School 2501 Mossy Oaks Road, Beaufort, SC 29902 Phone 843-322-5700 Carole Ingram, Principal Carole.Ingram@beaufort.k12.sc.us Lady's Island Middle School 30 Cougar Drive, Beaufort, SC 29907 Phone 843-322-3100 Gregory Hall, Principal Gregory.Hall2@beaufort.k12.sc.us Whale Branch Middle School 2009 Trask Parkway, Seabrook, SC 29941 Phone 843-466-3000 Freddie Lawton, Principal Freddie.Lawton@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Hi gh Schools Battery Creek High School 1 Blue Dolphin Drive, Beaufort, SC 29906 Phone 843-322-5500 Chad Cox, Principal Chad.Cox@beaufort.k12.sc.us Beaufort High School 84 Sea Island Parkway, Beaufort, SC 29907 Phone 843-322-2000 Charity Summers, Principal Charity.Summers@beaufort.k12.sc.us Whale Branch Early College High School 169 Detour Road, Seabrook, SC 29940 Phone 843-466-2700 Mona Lise Dickson, Principal MonaLise.Dickson@beaufort.k12.sc.us

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Beaufort County Board of Education 2018-2019 School Calendar AUGUST

Aug 13 - 17 No school-staff development Aug 20 First day of school for students Aug-Sep TBD MAP Fall (K-8 - HS optional)

SEPTEMBER

Sep 3 No school-Labor Day Sep 14 Progress reports for ES and MS (sent home) Sep 7 Progress reports HS (sent home) Sep 28 Progress reports HS (sent home)

OCTOBER

Oct PSAT (MS and HS) Oct 17 Last day of 1st quarter (ES&MS) End of Term (HS) Oct Nov TBD - CogAT testing Oct 19 Report cards - ES, MS and HS (sent home) Oct 19 Early dismissal for students-parent conferences report cards sent home

NOVEMBER

Nov 6 Election Day Nov 9 Progress reports HS (sent home) Nov 16 Progress reports ES and MS (sent home) Nov 21 - 23 No school-Thanksgiving break Nov 26 Students return to school Nov 30 Progress reports HS (sent home)

DECEMBER

Dec EOCEP Winter (grades 8-12, Adult Ed) Dec 21 Last day of 2nd quarter (ES & MS) End of Term (HS) Dec 21 - Early dismissal

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Dec 24 - Jan 8 No school-winter break Dec TBD District Office closed

JANUARY

Jan MAP Winter (Grades K-8-HS optional) Jan 7—8 No school—staff development Jan 9 Students return to school from winter break Jan 11 Report cards -ES,MS, and HS (sent home) Jan 21 No school-Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Day

FEBRUARY

Feb 8 Progress reports HS (sent home) Feb -Mar Prekindergarten and Kindergarten registration Feb -Mar School choice selections Feb 8 Progress reports for ES and MS (sent home) Feb 18 No school - staff development Feb-Mar STAR Winter (Grades 2-5) Feb-Mar ACCESS Spring (Grades K-12)

MARCH

Mar 1 Progress reports HS (sent home) Mar Prekindergarten Screenings/Child Find Mar ACT WorkKeys Mar ACT WorkKeys Make-up Mar 13 Early dismissal Mar 18 Last day of 3rd quarter (ES & MS) End of Term (HS) Mar 22 Report Cards ES, MS and HS (sent home) Mar - Apr TBD Alternate state testing Mar - Apr TBD MAP Spring (Grades K-8HS optional)

APRIL

Apr 12 Progress reports HS (sent home) Apr 15 - 18 No school - Spring Break Apr 19 No school - Good Friday Apr 22 Students return to school Apr TBD State testing make-up days Apr 26 Progress reports for ES and MS (sent home)

MAY

May 10 Progress reports HS (sent home) May SC READY & SCPASS State testing May EOCEP Spring (Grades 8-12, Adult Ed) May 27 No school - Memorial Day May 31 Report Cards ES & MS (sent home) May 31 Last day of 4th quarter (ES&MS) End of Term (HS) May 31 Students’ last day

JUNE

Jun 3 - 4 No school - teacher work day Jun 5 Report cards HS (sent home) Graduation Dates for High Schools May 31 Bluffton High School June 1 Battery Creek High School June 3 Beaufort High School June 4 May River High School June 5 Whale Branch Early College High School June 6 Hilton Head Island High School


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t is the goal of the Beaufort County School District to create a safe learning environment for every child. The Beaufort County School District takes bullying very seriously. The policy on bullying states that any and all incidences of bullying should be reported immediately. Once an incident is reported, school administration will contact all parties associated with the bullying incident to make sure that all parties are aware of the policy against bullying and the consequences for continuing to bully. Incidents will be documented and the parents in all cases will be contacted. The consequences can be as simple as a warning and as serious as a recommendation for expulsion. "If you SEE something, SAY something!" is their anti-bullying

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slogan. The BCSD makes it easy for anyone to report an incident of bullying, harassment or intimidation. One can call the BCSD bullying hotline at 843322-2435 or choose to report via email at BCSDbullyinghotline@beaufortk12.sc.us. You may choose to include your name or remain completely anonymous. What exactly is bullying? Wikipedia defines bullying as "the use of force, threat, or coercion to abuse, intimidate or aggressively dominate others. The behavior is often repeated and habitual. One essential prerequisite is the perception, by the bully or by others, of an imbalance of social or physical power, which distinguishes bullying from conflict. Behaviors used to assert such domination can include verbal harassment or threat, physical assault or coercion, and such

acts may be directed repeatedly towards particular targets. Rationalizations of such behavior sometimes include differences of social class, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, appearance, behavior, body language, personality, reputation, lineage, strength, size or ability." There are 4 main types of bullying. Verbal bullying is saying or writing mean things. This includes teasing, taunting, and name calling. Social bullying involves hurting someone's reputation or relationships. Examples include leaving someone out on purpose, spreading rumors about someone, and telling other children not to be friends with someone. Physical bullying is hurting a person's body or their possessions. Hitting, kicking and breaking someone's things are all examples of physical bullying. The newest form


of bullying is cyberbullying. It includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false or mean content about someone. The American Academy of Pediatrics calls cyberbullying the most common online risk for all teens. It is deliberately using digital media such as cell phones, computers and tablets to communicate false, emarrassing or hostile information about or to another person. The most common places where cyberbullying occurs is social media, text messaging and email. It began in the early to mid 90's when AOL was launched and web surfing first became popular. Today, you will be hard pressed to find a student that doesn't have access to a cell phone, computer or tablet. According to cyberbullying statistics from the i-SAFE Foundation, over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, and about the same number admitted to having engaged in cyberbullying.

There are many types of cyberbullying. Here are a few examples: • Gossip: Posting or sending cruel gossip to damage a person's reputation and relationships with friends and family. • Exclusion: Deliberately excluding someone from an online group. • Impersonation: Breaking into someone's email or other online account and sending

messages that will cause embarrassment or damage to the person's reputation and affect his or her relationship with others. • Harassment: Repeatedly posting or sending offensive, rude, and insulting messages. • Cyberstalking: Posting or sending unwanted or intimidating messages that may also include threats. • Flaming: Online fights where offensive messages are posted on websites, forums, or blogs. • Outing and Trickery: Tricking someone into revealing secrets or embarrassing information which is then shared online. • Cyberthreats: Remarks on the internet threatening or implying violent behavior or displaying suicidal tendencies. Victims can have very negative effects from bullying such as depression, withdrawal, addiction, self harm and even suicide. So how do you know if your child is being bullied? Parents are often unaware that their child is a victim of a bully, but there are warning signs that you can be aware of. Here are 5 of them... 1. Unexplained Injuries: Look for bruises, cuts or scratches that cannot be a result of normal play or regular activities. Victims are often shoved, tripped or

pushed to the ground. 2. Changes in Appetite: If your child suddenly loses his or her appetite, or comes home hungry as if they haven't had any food all day even though you packed a lunch, he or she could be a victim of bullying. There may be another child at school that is stealing their lunch or lunch money. Or maybe your child hides during lunch in order to avoid a confrontation with a bully. 3. Frequent Sick Days: Some victims try to avoid going to school at all. If your normally healthy child suddenly often complains of being sick, typically right before school, there is a chance that someone at school is bullying them. 4. Missing Personal Items: Bullying is not just physical or verbal abuse. Stealing and intimidation are other forms of bullying. If your child is normally responsible but is suddenly losing or coming home with destroyed belongings, they may be suffering from intimidation. 5. Suffering Grades: Something isn't quite right when a decent student suddenly, and without explanation, loses interest in doing well at school. Victims of bullying oftentimes withdraw fom activities that they once found pleasurable.

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Beaufort County Private Schools Beaufort Christian School 378 Parris Island Gtwy Beaufort, SC 29906 843-252-0635

Mary Speaks Christian Academy 2204 Southside Blvd Port Royal, SC 29935 843-522-9537

St. Peter's Catholic School 70 Lady's Island Drive Beaufort, SC 29907 843-522-2163 Ann Feltner, Principal

Beaufort Academy 240 Sams Point Road Beaufort, SC 29907 843-524-3393 Dr. Dan Durbin Head of School

Holy Trinity Classical Christian School 302 Burroughs Avenue Beaufort, SC 29902 843-522-0660 Rev. Chad Lawrence Headmaster

Bolden Elementary/ Middle School 4 Albacore St Beaufort, SC 29906 843-846-6112 Dr. Angela Stephens Principal E.C. Montessori & Grade School 15 Celadon Drive Beaufort, SC 29907 843-525-1141

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BEAUFORT ACADEMY

Welcomes New Faculty And Staff For 2018-2019 School Term BeaufortAcademy.org

Mrs. Mingledorff is so excited to be a part of the Beaufort Academy family! She is married and has three children, ages 9, 12 and 15. She always had a love for children and currently holds an A.A degree with a major in early childhood. Having worked with all ages from birth to age 8, she has taken the position as nanny, kindergarten assistant teacher, and preschool teacher. Mrs. Mingledorff says, "Watching children learn new things for the first time is so rewarding. I can't wait to get to know your little ones. In addition to having a love for children, I am also a self taught artist. Being able to combine these two passions make the best of both worlds. Creativity is an important part of child development and I love being able to incorporate this into daily lessons. I look forward to a great start of Angela Mingledorff Pre-K3 Lead Teacher the school year and getting to meet everyone!" Mrs. Trumps has lived in Beaufort for 25 years. Her husband, Matt, grew up here and attended BA and together have 3 children. She has taught art for 10 years to students from K4-8th grades. She also has a BA from the College of Charleston in Art History and an MAT in Early Childhood Education from the University of South Carolina. Mrs. Trumps says, " I love teaching a subject that I am passionate about. I’m looking forward to joining the BA family and I am very excited to meet the students and watch them grow as young artists."

Kayla Pope

Lisa Trumps

Lower School Art Teacher

Ms. Pope is a recent graduate from Clemson University (Go Tigers!!) with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Psychology. She was born and raised in Beaufort and is excited to call it her home again after college. Ms. Pope says, "Throughout my time at Clemson, I focused my undergraduate research on cognitive processes, specifically on learning and memory. I am so excited to work at BA and be able to put all of my knowledge to use and to be able to work with teachers and students who are as passionate about education as I am. I can’t wait to be an Eagle!"

Learning Services Tutor

Mr. Nagel will be assuming the new role of Director of Speech & Debate at Beaufort Academy. As a former competitor in the activity, David was an individual state and national champion. He has spent the last five years working with students at Mater Dei High School, a private parochial school in southern Indiana. While there, Mr. Nagel coached the ‘17 Class 1A Indiana state champions and served on the Indiana State Board of Speech & Debate. David has a degree in Broadcast Communications from Vincennes University and has studied History and Secondary Education at the University of Southern Indiana. He is originally from Evansville, IN where he and his wife, Megan, have lived happily with their 3 dachshunds. David coaches recreational soccer, loves to cook, considers himself to be a film-buff, and enjoys spending time outdoors with his family and friends. He and his wife are also avid Colts fans. Mr. Nagel says, "I am very excited to be bringing speech and debate to Beaufort Academy. Dr. Durbin’s vision for this school is groundbreaking. Courses in communication, and a competitive speech and debate program, lay the foundation for successful and involved young adults through critical thinking and public speaking. My job is not only to give students a voice, but to teach them how to use that voice in order to have a positive impact on the world around them.

Tom Miller Models of Community & Organizational Leadership (11th & 12th)

David Nagel

Speech, Debate, Communication, Senior Leadership Program

Mr. Miller and his wife, Paula, had been part-time residents of Beaufort since 2009, becoming permanent residents in 2015. This followed his retirement after a 37-year career at UBS Financial Services, where he was a founding member and senior partner of aninvestment management team that held fiduciary responsibility for investments of corporate retirement plans, foundations and endowments, and private clients. Mr. Miller received his BA in History from Sewanee, The University of the South (C’73) and has been elected to its Board of Trustees. He was awarded the Certificate of Higher Education In History With Distinction by the University of Oxford in March of this year. Mr. Miller will be teaching a course in Community Leadership for juniors and seniors, an opportunity he finds ‘humbling, a bit daunting, and enormously exciting’. Mr. Miller says, "What immediately drew him to BA is the intimate nature of the school, its vision of helping young adults become vibrant, responsible citizens, and the low student/teacher relationship which reminds him of what he experienced at Sewanee and Oxford." Mr. Miller is also a new member of The Beaufort Academy’s Board of Directors and will chair its Finance Committee.

Mrs. Price is excited to be joining the Beaufort Academy family! She is originally from Asheville, NC, but graduated from Dorman High School in Spartanburg, SC. She went to Clemson University and received her Bachelor of Science in Secondary Science Education. Mrs. Price moved to the Beaufort area just over two years ago with her husband, Fisher. They love being on the boat, going fishing, and enjoying the outdoors. Mrs. Price has taught the past six years in Spartanburg, York, and most recently at Beaufort High School, and Bridges Prep, where she was awarded Teacher of the Year for 2017-2018. While teaching, she obtained a Master of Science degree in Biological Sciences, also from Clemson University, and his half way through her educational leadership degree. Mrs. Price says "My favorite subject to teach is Anatomy & Physiology -- it is impossible not to relate to! I can't wait to meet all of my students and the wonderful families that are part of the BA family! Go Eagles!

Diana Price

US Science; Biology, Biology H, AP Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, & Environmental Science

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James Duffy

English 8, 10, & 12 CP

Mr. Duffy moved to Beaufort in 2009, and is married to Shannon, who teaches 6th grade science at Riverview Charter School. Shannon came with 2 boys: Warren and Jefferson -- the latter is heading to the College of Charleston in August. Mr. Duffy has been teaching for twelve years, most recently at USC-Beaufort, where he taught classes in first-year composition and literature, journalism, and Business and Technical Writing. He received every award he could be given at USCB; most recently, the Instructor of the Year Award in 2017. Mr. Duffy says, "I'm looking forward to this new opportunity, as I have only taught college-level courses before. I was sold on Beaufort Academy in my first meeting with Dr. Durbin, and I'm hoping to bring the same energy and experience to BA that brought me so much success at USCB."

After a very short hiatus from teaching, and a move from Connecticut to South Carolina, Brenda Murphy will be joining Beaufort Academy as a part time teacher of Spanish. Mrs. Murphy comes to BA with over thirty years experience as a Modern Language Teacher. Her career has been largely in private high schools and as an adjunct professor for the University of Connecticut in their Early College Experience division. Mrs. Murphy says, “ I am excited to have the opportunity to be part of the Faculty at Beaufort Academy which has the unparalleled reputation for educating tomorrow’s leaders."

Ally Coyle

MS Science; Science 5, 6, & 7

Maureen Butler

Mark Clifford

Brian Lentz Math

Mrs. Butler will be the new Director of Academic & Student Services at Beaufort Academy. Mrs. Butler will spearhead the college advising experience for our Upper School, while providing academic advising and guidance up until graduation. She will also handle all student affairs that families may have, along with organizing special senior events for the graduating class. Maureen's background as a former Registrar at Beaufort High School primes her for future communication with colleges, military institutions, and businesses for internships on behalf of students. Although never an employee, she spent numerous years as a parent, as an active member of the Parents' Association, and a member of the Beaufort Academy Board of Trustees. Her two children, Kelsey & Keaton attended BA from preschool until middle school. The foundation of education that both of her children received at BA set the precedent for their continued educational success. She looks forward to helping her future BA students make the right relationships to continue their success.

Nicholas Field is a Marine Veteran who has dedicated his life to coaching our youth. Coach Field spent his first two years coaching under popular local, Jermaine Jenkins. After that experience, he coached successful teams at both Riverview Charter School and Beaufort High School. Coach Field has also coached for the Bluffton Bulls AAU Basketball program and recently founded the Beaufort Hustle AAU Basketball program. He has attended and worked several events and camps in the country over the years including; Point Guard College, Nike Basketball coaching clinics, The NEXT project and Elite Guard Training Live. Coach Field was the assistant camp director for Beaufort Academy’s summer basketball camp under Chip Dinkins from 2013-2016, Assistant camp director for Beaufort High School’s summer basketball camp 2016-2017, and returned to work BA camp in 2018. He has also worked three years at the NEXT Project in Charlottesville, Virginia, serving as the Director of Leadership and communication. Coach Field is very excited about joining the Beaufort Academy family. He looks forward to building on the tremendous success that Neal McCarty has accomplished over his tenure.

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Mrs. Coyle, Beaufort Academy alum (BA '78), is particularly excited to return to BA as a full-time teacher after part-time teaching and tutoring last year. She loves the excitement and electricity of the BA learning atmosphere and is so thankful to be back home. Mrs. Coyle received her bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Business from the University of California Long Beach. After college, she went on to design and install computer systems for large corporations and the government. Her favorite aspects of these jobs were teaching how to create and use these systems. From there, she embarked to various teaching environments. Mrs. Coyle has taught an assortment of subjects, mostly science and math, along with English, in the US and the Philippines. Teaching and learning is her passion. In addition to the traditional school subjects, she has also taught ballet, aerobics, gymnastics, computer programming, and robotics. Last summer, Mrs. Coyle moved back to Beaufort with her husband, Jeff, who is partially retired and owns his own consulting business. They have three children. Sarah is a graduate student at Christopher Newport University, Josh is a sophomore at the University of South Carolina, and Matthew is a sophomore at BA. And there is Heyward – the high spirited, much-loved family dog.

Mr. Lentz was born and raised in Beaufort, and graduated from Beaufort High School in 2014. He graduated from The Citadel in May 2018 with a B.S. in Physics, and as recent college graduate Mr. Lentz will be joining the Beaufort Academy team as a high school math teacher. Mr. Lentz enjoys hiking and reading in his spare time. In 2014, Mr. Lentz was presented the Sons of the American Revolution Gov. Paul Hamilton Eagle Scout of the Year Award, and was also recognized by the Gov. Paul Hamilton Chapter for having achieved the Eagle Scout designation during his Honor Court, which is the highest rank that the Boy Scouts offers. Mr Lentz says, "I am looking forward to starting my teaching career at BA and I plan on learning as much as I teach."

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Mark Clifford will not only the new head football coach, but will be the new Physical Conditioning Instructor for our student athletes. He will help us reach higher levels of excellence in all aspects of being a student-athlete. Coach Clifford is a leader with the experience, knowledge and personality to grow Beaufort Academy's program and help produce well-rounded student athletes who are successful both on and off the field His passion, enthusiasm for the game, and work ethic is contagious. Coach Clifford says, “I am fired up about the opportunity to create a consistent winner with the BA football program. Dr. Durbin and I did it before, and there is a good chance we could do it again!”

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CONROY CENTER’S VISITING WRITERS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Maura ConnellySERIES / 843-379-7025 BEGINS AUGUST 9 maura@patconroyliterarycenter.org

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emoirist, novelist, and poet laureate of Mississippi, Beth Ann Fennelly, will launch the Pat Conroy Literary Center’s 2018 Visiting Writers Series with her appearance on Thursday, August 9, 6:00–7:30 p.m., at the Hilton Head Island Branch Library (11 Beach City Road). Free and open to the public, this event will feature Fennelly’s remarks on—and a reading from—her most recent book, Heating & Cooling: 52 Micro-Memoirs. “With the concision of poetry, the scope of fiction, and the potency of a well-told memoir, Heating & Cooling imparts tremendous joy, heartache and surprise in about 100 pages,” praised the Charleston Post & Courier. “Beth Ann Fennelly’s genre-defying collection is so engaging and readable that you won’t even notice how much you’re learning about confronting the hardest challenge we all share: being human. . . . Everyone should read this book,” assured The Atlanta JournalConstitution. Ranging in length from 10 words to six pages, the micro-memoirs in Heating & Cooling offer bright glimpses into a richly lived life, combining the compression of poetry with the truth-telling of nonfiction into one heartfelt, celebratory book. From childhood recollections to quirky cultural observations, these remembrances build on one another to arrive at a portrait of Fennelly as a wife, mother, writer and deeply original observer of life’s challenges and joys. Some pieces are wistful, some wry, and many reveal the humor buried in our everyday interactions. Fennelly teaches in the MFA Program at the University of Mississippi. She has published three poetry collections:

The Conroy Center and the Anchorage 1770 Inn to Host a Southern Living Inspired Event: Cook the Book

With James Beard Award-winning Chef and Cookbook Author Cynthia Graubart

BEAUFORT, SC - Southern Living, the Pat Conroy Literary Center, and the Anchorage 1770 Inn are excited to announce the first Cook The Book: Sharing Recipes, Wine & Words, a special event to be held Saturday, May 19 , from 4:00–9:00 p.m. at the Anchorage 1770 (1103 Bay St., Beaufort, SC). The inaugural Cook the Book will be presented by renowned southern chef Cynthia Graubart, and will focus on recipes from her recent cookbook Sunday Suppers (2017). The event has three components: Cynthia will give a cooking demonstration of three recipes from Sunday Suppers assisted by Anchorage chef Byron Landis, followed by a book and apron signing with wine and appetizers on the veranda, and culminating with a four-course dinner complete with hand-selected wine pairings in the dining room. This new venture was inspired by Pat Conroy’s passion for cooking and his perennial search for a new recipe. Pat opens his 2004 cookbook with the words, “The subject of food is nearly a sacred one to me.” His lifelong passion for cooking was first ignited in 1969 and only became more intense as he grew older. Many of his readers are familiar with another quote from his cookbook, “a recipe is a story that ends with a good meal.” Cynthia Graubart is an ideal chef to launch the new Cook the Book series, which celebrates foodways, writing, and fellowship. When Pat first began cooking in earnest, he turned to Cynthia’s husband Cliff for guidance. It was 1969 and Pat’s first wife had appointed him family chef. He ventured to the Old New York Bookshop in Atlanta, asking for Graubart’s help. According to Pat’s recollections, Cliff, fearing the Conroy clan demise by starvation, handed Pat an edition of Auguste Escoffier’s cookbook. And so Pat’s culinary adventures photo by Dianne Bond, Bella Via Photography 36 Augustand 2018 | he www.BeaufortLifestyle.com began, became the epicurean ‘magician’, the soup ‘sorcerer’, turning “the art of


Open House, Tender Hooks, and Unmentionables. In addition to Heating & Cooling, Fennelly is also the author of the book of essays, Great with Child: Letters to a Young Mother, and the historical novel The Tilted World (co-authored with her husband Tom Franklin). A book signing will follow Fennelly’s August 9 evening appearance at the Hilton Head Branch Library. On August 10, Fennelly will also join Conroy Center executive director, Jonathan Haupt, and USC Beaufort writer in residence, Ellen Malphrus, for professional development workshop for the language arts teachers of the Beaufort County School District. The Conroy Center’s Visiting Writers Series is sponsored in part by a grant from South Carolina Humanities, a not-forprofit organization; inspiring, engaging and enriching South Carolinians with programs on literature, history, culture and heritage. Future series dates and presenters are as follows: Sunday, September 9, 3:00 p.m., Southern Writers on Writing panel discussion with editor and novelist Susan Cushman (Cherry Bomb) and contributing writers Cassandra King Conroy (Moonrise), Patti Callahan Henry (The Bookshop at Water’s

End), Harrison Scott Key (The World’s Largest Man), and Nicole Seitz (The CageMaker), at the Rotary Community Center, 11 Recreation Ct., Bluffton Thursday, September 27, 4:00 p.m., Thomas McConnell, author of World War II historical novel The Wooden King, at NeverMore Books, 702 Craven St., Beaufort Tuesday, October 2, 2:00 p.m., poet and editor Clifford Brooks, author of Athena Departs and The Draw of Broken Eyes and Whirling Metaphysics, at the Hilton Head Branch Library, 11 Beach City Rd. Saturday, October 6, 11:30 a.m., librarian and author Annie Spence, author of Dear Fahrenheit 451, in conversation with fellow librarian and author James E. McTeer II, author of Minnow: A Novel, at the Technical College of the Lowcountry, MacLean Hall, 104 Reynolds St., Beaufort— keynote event of the Second Annual Lowcountry Book Club Convention Wednesday, October 10, 6:30 p.m., Natasha Boyd, author of the historical novel of the life of Eliza Lucas Pinckney The Indigo Girl, at First Presbyterian Church Hilton Head Island, 540 William Hilton Pkwy. Saturday, December 8, 3:00 p.m., New York Times best-selling novelists Wiley

Cash, author of The Last Ballad, and Jason Mott, author of The Crossing, at the Technical College of the Lowcountry, MacLean Hall, 104 Reynolds St., Beaufort The nonprofit Pat Conroy Literary Center is South Carolina’s first affiliate of the American Writers Museum and second American Library Association Literary Landmark. Through its interpretive center, year-round educational programs, and annual literary festival, the Conroy Center preserves and continues the literary legacy of Pat Conroy (1945–2016) as a teacher, mentor, advocate and friend to readers and writers alike. To learn more about the Conroy Center, please visit www. patconroyliterarycenter.org.

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AmeriCorps Members Help Students Improve Reading Skills Through United Way of the Lowcountry’s “Read Indeed” Program

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s students head back to the classroom this month, AmeriCorps members supporting United Way of the Lowcountry’s Early Grade Reading (EGR) initiative, “Read Indeed” are heading back to school as well. Members serve along with more than 300 community volunteers as tutors in 12 elementary schools and preschools throughout Beaufort and Jasper Counties, providing reading assistance to students in Pre-Kindergarten through 3rd grade. AmeriCorps members are a core group of tutors who serve the entire school year. “AmeriCorps members serve in the schools several days each week, providing continuity and stability to the 'Read Indeed' program,”' said Bethany Marcinkowski, Vice President of Education Impact, United Way of the Lowcountry. “They are invaluable not only to the

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success of the program but the children they impact each day.� The 2017/2018 service year included 28 AmeriCorps members from a wide range of backgrounds ranging from college students to retirees. Some of the members continued their service during the summer with the summer reading program. During a recent ceremony concluding the end of the service year, Mary Mack, Willie Middleton and Fran Siegel were recognized for their four years of AmeriCorps service. Dorothy Edmondson was also recognized as the recipient of the award for Program Member of the Year. United Way of the Lowcountry is currently recruiting AmeriCorps members for the upcoming 2018/2019 service year, which will begin in September. Members receive a small living allowance while serving, as well as an education award upon successful completion of service. Those interested in becoming an AmeriCorps member with the program should contact Carly Grubbs, AmeriCorps Program Director, at 843-837-2000 or cgrubbs@uwlowcountry.org. More About AmeriCorps AmeriCorps engages more than 75,000 Americans in intensive service each year at

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