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CCSD Partner Awards College Scholarship to Class of 2018 Graduating Senior

Posted On: Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Oak Leaf Scholarship 2018

School Board Member Clark Menard congratulates Cherokee HS senior Sarah Snyder, as she is recognized by the School Board, Superintendent of Schools and Oak Leaf Church representatives for winning the Oak Leaf Church $1,000 college scholarship.

School Board Member Clark Menard congratulates Cherokee HS senior Sarah Snyder, as she is recognized by the School Board, Superintendent of Schools and Oak Leaf Church representatives for winning the Oak Leaf Church $1,000 college scholarship.

Congratulations to Cherokee High School senior Sarah Snyder, winner of the college scholarship presented annually by Oak Leaf Church, a Cherokee County School District Partner, to a graduating senior!

One of CCSD’s major system priorities is increasing parental and community involvement through public engagement policies and practices that treat parents, businesses, community-based organizations and agencies, local institutions of higher learning and other public entities as true partners in the educational process.

As part of its CCSD Partnership Agreement, Oak Leaf Church annually awards one $1,000 college scholarship to a graduating senior from Cherokee High School.  The Oak Leaf Church Scholarship Committee selected Sarah as this year’s recipient, and she recently was recognized at a Cherokee County School Board meeting.

For information about becoming a CCSD Partner, businesses and organizations can email publicrelations@cherokeek12.net.

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Oak Leaf Church Youth Coordinator Jamie Goodwin, third from left, presents a $1,000 college scholarship to Cherokee HS senior Sarah Snyder at a Cherokee County School Board Meeting.

Oak Leaf Church Youth Coordinator Jamie Goodwin, third from left, presents a $1,000 college scholarship to Cherokee HS senior Sarah Snyder at a Cherokee County School Board Meeting.





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