AT THE VIEW Daily – March 15, 2022

Woman of the Day: Maya Angelou (1928-2014)

Maya Angelou was an actor, dancer, and journalist. Angelou is recognized as one of the most important figures in modern American literature. Due to childhood sexual abuse and trauma, Angelou became unable to speak for several years. She found her voice through her writing. As an adult, she became involved in the civil rights movement and befriended both Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. In 1969, Angelou published her most famous work, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.” The fictionalized autobiography described her experience as a young Black woman in America. The book was hailed for its revolutionary approach, beginning Angelou’s career as a bestselling author of numerous books, poems, and essays.


It’s that time of the year again – SC STEM Signing Day presented by Boeing and powered by Tallo! STEM Signing Day celebrate high school seniors who choose to pursue STEM-related careers at techical programs, two- and four-year colleges, and universities. Yes, students committed to STEM will have the same sort of fanfare as student-athletes. Students must create a Tallo profile to view and complete the STEM Signing Day application TODAY, March 15, 2022. After completing the Tallo profile and STEM Signing Day application, students and schools will be notified if they are chosen as a STEM Signing Day honoree. For more information about STEM Signing Day, click HERE (or the image above). Don’t forget to watch last year’s STEM Signing Day kick-off event HERE.

ARTS: Congrats to Our Blazer Bands!!!

Congratulations to the Bands of Ridge View on receiving the Program of Note award!

ACADEMICS: Congratulations Scholars Academy Sophomores!

Congratulations to our regional National History Day first place winners: Syrenity Franks and Kendall Wright for their Senior Group Exhibit on the Iran Hostage Crisis and Cydnee Corujo and Anessa Richardson for their Senior Group Website on the Summer Olympic Boycott. Next stop, State!

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