Daniel Morgan Technology Center

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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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
 
 

Information Technology Second Place CyberPatriot Cup

Daniel Morgan Technology Center Legion I Team was recognized at the Spartanburg County High School League CyberPatriot Banquet hosted by Spartanburg Community College on February 25, 2020. They placed second in the Spartanburg County High Schools Open Division.  The team competed in round 1,2, State Silver Division, and National Semi Finals Silver Division placing 42nd nationally and 4th in the state. Congratulations to the following students. From left to right: Wesley Palmer - BHS, Luis Rangel-Anaya - BHS, Ethan Kidwell - BHS, Hunter Warren - SHS, and Javon Spruill - SHS.   Congratulations to the team and their coach Mr. David Thornton.  
 

Virtual Open House

Kitmas In Cosmo

First year cosmetology students are busy unpacking their cosmetology kits.  These kits will provide all the tools they will need for a successful year.  They contain necessary supplies like, shears, brushes, irons, a blow dryer, mannequin heads and much more.  #DMTCPrepares

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Applications for Christmas Assistance

Families with students in Spartanburg School District Three who would like to request assistance with Christmas must complete an application.  In-person applications will not be taken due to Covid-19 restrictions.  All applications must be submitted by November 30th to be considered for assistance.  If you do not have access to the Internet and would like an application sent home by your child, please contact your child’s school.  They will also be taken by contacting the district office at 279-6021 or 279-6022.  If there are questions regarding the information provided, please include working phone numbers and someone will contact you.  

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