AEC and its partners feed Jasper County’s children

On Wednesday, April 15, 2020, silent heroes arose throughout the region to help feed Jasper County’s most vulnerable residents… its children. Because of the efforts of these silent heroes, 1,000 children received backpacks during a week when the Jasper County School District (JCSD) was not providing their regular breakfast and lunches. The Antioch Educational Center …

Bluffton Today Article: Antioch Educational Center provides Christmas presents to families in need

by Jasper County Sun TimesJanuary 8, 2020 Antioch Educational Center recently held its 11th annual holiday giveaway, Christmas from the Generosity Angels. “There are so many families within Jasper County who are challenged with being able to provide gifts and or toys to their children on Christmas morning,” said Surrenda Burrison, Antioch board member and …

Jasper County School District Article: Backpack Buddies Program off to a Great Start in the Jasper County School District

The Jasper County School District (JCSD) strives to maintain productive relationships to service the children of Jasper County. In partnership with the Antioch Educational Center (AEC) the Backpack Buddies Program has officially started.  The representatives of Antioch Educational Center met with the JCSD representatives to launch its Backpack Buddies Program.  The meeting was filled with positive vibes, …

2019-2020 Bill 4037: Peeka and Jasper County

South Carolina General Assembly123rd Session, 2019-2020 | Indicates New Matter | H. 4037 STATUS INFORMATION House ResolutionSponsors: Reps. S. Williams, McDaniel, Matthews, Henegan, Garvin, Rivers and HerbkersmanDocument Path: l:\council\bills\gm\24064cz19.docx Introduced in the House on February 21, 2019Adopted by the House on February 21, 2019 Summary: PEEKA and Jasper County HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS Date Body …

WJCL 22 News Story: What new technology will Jasper County students see in their classrooms?

Click here to watch the news story on WJCL 22! Ridgeland, SC Dec. 4, 2018 By Alex Littlehales Every parent knows the struggle of convincing their kids to choose a book over a video game. Soon, they won't have to.  Tuesday, Jasper County Schools introduced its partnership with Peeka, a virtual reality company based out …