Teacher Professional Conference held to allow teachers to learn more from one another

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – On this federal holiday to recognize as Indigenous Peoples Day, teachers across the tri-county are gathering to learn more from one another, thanks to the Olde English Consortium.

Our cameras stopping by at Saluda Trail Middle School as Senator Mike Fanning was there interacting with all the teachers.

The purpose of this conference is to give specialized teachers such as Fine Arts, PE, Counselors, and more to better learn how to reach students as instructors.

Besides this event at Saluda Trail, Senator Fanning was also at many other schools in the area including Indian Land, Clover and Chester.

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