enLiGHTenSC workshop rescheduled for April 5

horry 7 625x4 875 (2) The FREE teacher workshop originally scheduled for February 22 at Horry Electric had to be cancelled due to inclement weather.  It has been rescheduled for Saturday, April 5.

enLIGHTenSC, a collaborative effort between the electric cooperatives in South Carolina and the South Carolina Council on Economic Education (SC Economics), is intended to enlighten teachers on our state’s energy landscape. The lesson plans and tools on the enlightensc.org website will allow educators an opportunity to teach students about the history of electricity – how it’s generated and its effects on our environment.

“It’s so much more than just a website,” says James P. “Pat” Howle, executive vice president and CEO of Horry Electric Cooperative.  “The collaborative effort includes teacher workshops throughout South Carolina in 2014 and one of them is planned for K-8 teachers in Horry County in April.”

“We’re inviting teachers to attend a free, informative one-day session at our headquarter offices on Cultra Road,” says Howle. “The session will feature enLiGHTenSC, a K-12 energy and economic education program developed for South Carolina schools and written to state standards.”  Over the course of the six-hour workshop, explains Howle,  attendees will be introduced to grade-specific energy lesson plans, explore the program’s website as an interactive resource, learn about the history, purpose and social implications of member-owned electric power in South Carolina and earn six credit renewal points.

Lunch will be provided.

Register today!  Space is limited to 20 attendees on a first-come, first-served basis.

To secure your registration, complete the online form below and press the submit button. Then, print the form and mail it with a $25 check for deposit made payable to SC Economics. The registration fee will be returned at the end of the session to attendees. However, non-attendance will result in forfeiture of this fee.

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