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Director's Message

Dr. Treva Bostic          
I write this letter to introduce myself and to offer a message to the ACSC community on behalf of the Department of Multicultural Education and Behavioral Services.  I joined the ACS community in 2015 because I felt inspired by the people here and their commitment to uphold a strong sense of community.  I have a love for both the students of ACSC and the city itself.  I am a proud graduate of Anderson Community Schools and will brag to anyone that I attended Brentwood, Eastside Middle School and Highland High School.
I sought and feel blessed to be chosen for the position of Director of Multicultural Education and Behavioral Services because it aligns with my own life's work to contribute to the self-empowerment of people through education driven by introspection and agency for social change.
Our department works with many departments, staff and student leaders to provide you with information related to various resources.  We also develop cultural programming that educates and challenges all students and staff to grow.  We want students, staff and parents to ask questions and encourage their ACSC community to think independently, yet recognize that they are part of a larger community.  As the cirector, I welcome ideas, feedback and thoughts related to how we can servee our ACS better.  Our department will create programming and continue to build communication with staff, students and parents.  We are constantly changing in order to serve our students, staff and parents best, and without hearing your voice, we are truly lost.
Looking forward, I see tremendous opportunities for our ACSC community, and I look forward to realizing them with you!
Treva L. Bostic, Ph.D.
Behavioral Specialist
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Electricity in a Snap
A City of Anderson Mayor's Grant project
Students at Valley Grove working on one of several science, technology, engineering and math labs made possible with Anderson Mayor Thomas Broderick Jr.s Grants for Teachers program.
Photo credits:    Don Knight of the Herald Bulletin.