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National Assistant Principals Week

It’s National Assistant Principals Week and Daniel Morgan Technology Center wishes to honor and salute Mr. Dennis Nance for all that he does to make sure our school is safe, and students are equipped with the knowledge and tools to become College and Career Ready!  

Maintenance Appreciation Week

It’s Maintenance Appreciation Week and we sure are fortunate to have these guys on our team. Thank you, Mr. Kramer, Mr. Kelly, and Mr. Yong for all you do for us at DMTC!

Nightingale Scholarship

The Blood Connection awarded DMTC $2600 for the blood drives held during the 2018-2019 school year.  Mrs. Pam Wilhelm, Health Science Instructor and representative of the blood drive at DMTC, will use this money to fund the , which will be awarded to Health Science students who plan to further their education in health care.


Thornton Named DMTC Teacher of the Year

We are proud to announce David Thornton, Information Technology Instructor, was selected to be the Daniel Morgan Technology Center Teacher of the Year for 2020-2021. Congratulations Mr. Thornton!  Teacher of the Year

Automotive Students Receive Certifications

Congratulations to Mr. Gibson’s Automotive Technology students for receiving their ASE Certifications.  We are so proud of these students.

Virtual Open House

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Attention 10th Graders




Mandatory Barbering Meeting for the 
New Spartanburg County Master Skill Center 
Dates: January 22, 2020 OR January 23, 2020
Time: 6:00 pm
Place: RD Anderson Multi-Purpose Building
*To be considered for the Barbering program at the new Master Skills Center of  Spartanburg County, it is required that you AND a parent/guardian attend one of the above sessions.  You MUST bring your original signed Social Security card (copies will NOT be accepted)!  If you have any questions please call Mr. Cedric Miller, at 576-5020 Ext. 117.   In case of inclement weather, the make-up meeting will be held Thursday, January 30, 2020.***

Wells Chosen as Youth Apprentice for DRÄXLMAIER

Congratulations to Gettys D. Broome High School and Daniel Morgan Technology Center senior Colton Wells! Colton is the first student in the country to be chosen as a youth apprentice for DRÄXLMAIER Group USA! He will be working at the Spartanburg plant and the company will pay for his higher education opportunity at Spartanburg Community College, as well as any training classes he attends. Wells will alternate between working and attending school until he completes this apprenticeship. Way to go Colton! #DMTCPrepares  

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