Principal's Message

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I am Teshia Hair and I get the privilege of serving each day as the principal of McCarthy Teszler School, welcome to the McCarthy Teszler website. We hope that you will enjoy exploring our different sections to learn more about our family. Our school provides services to students with disabilities from all seven school districts in Spartanburg County. We work in conjunction with each school district to offer a safe school environment where students are challenged to learn and prepare for an independent future. Our staff values family and community support to effectively collaborate and advocate for our student’s individual uniqueness. It is our mission to empower, educate, prepare and inspire each student according to their needs.
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Boys Tennis Team Captures State Title

Boys Tennis Team Captures State Title
With a 6-0 victory over South Aiken the Vikings once again fulfilled their destiny and won the state championship. That makes three consecutive 4A state titles and 64 straight wins for the team.
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Teacher Appreciation Week

Classroom Spotlight - Miss Obermeyer’s Class

Classroom Spotlight - Miss Obermeyer’s Class
Obermeyer’s “OWL”standing class adventures
We sure have been keeping busy with all kinds of fun trips and visitors. We really enjoyed Ronald McDonald and all of his magic tricks! We had fun celebrating Dr. Seuss’s birthday and making Lorax mustaches. We even got to watch the movie!!!! Not only have we made new friends in our classroom, we also made new friends with Mrs. Wolfe’s class at Pine Street Elementary. They came to visit us, and we had fun working together and making a spring craft. We got to go to Pine Street Elementary School to meet up with our new friends, and saw their school perform, “The Lion King.” They did such an awesome job, and we were so proud of our friends. We then got to make lions with our friends, have a snack, and then play on their super cool playground!
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Coach of the Year

Classroom Spotlight - Mrs. Griffith’s Class

Classroom Spotlight - Mrs. Griffith’s Class
Ms. Griffith’s Great Scientists: Science Experiment: Celery and Food Coloring When you water the soil of your plants, how does the water travel from the soil into the plant and out to the leaves? Tiny tubes (xylem) draw the water up from the roots like a straw. It works by a capillary action. The water molecules suck up inside the tiny tubes and move up and out to the leaves as if someone was sucking on the end of the tubes. The suction actually occurs as a result of water in the leaves evaporating very slowly.
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