Charleston County Register of Deeds Michael Miller to participate in Teacher Appreciation Week – The Charleston Chronicle

Michael Miller: First African American Register of Deeds in Charleston County

Teacher Appreciation Week is nationally recognized on the second week of May each year. During this week teachers are highlighted and honored for their contributions in education. Michael Miller is a local business owner, former Charleston County School Board Trustee and the current Register of Deeds of Charleston County.

Miller has decided to sponsor lunch for eight Title-1 schools in North Charleston during this week. Through this initiative over 400 teachers across the district will have lunch delivered to their schools. This is just a small token of appreciation to the unsung heroes of education in CCSD.

Several years ago, Miller provided lunch to eight Title-1 high schools of Charleston County; 566 teachers in all. These are the schools that have been selected and the days of lunch delivered:

Monday:

  • W.B. Goodwin Elementary
  • Lambs Elementary

Tuesday:

  • Mary Ford Elementary
  • Chicora Elementary

Wednesday:

  • Matilda Dunston Elementary
  • A.C. Corcoran Elementary

Thursday:

  • Morningside Middle
  • North Charleston High School

Source: Charleston County Register of Deeds Michael Miller to participate in Teacher Appreciation Week – The Charleston Chronicle

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