The survey found 83 percent of teachers in the district say they feel more exhausted this year than they did last year with another 66 percent admitting they considered or are considering quitting or making this their last year of teaching.
In another ‘Foodie Friday’ the WIS Today team welcomes back Richland Northeast High School Culinary Arts Instructor, Chef Aris Woodward, but this time she is not the one showing off her skills in the kitchen.
A University of South Carolina student has been working to make masks since on-campus classes were called off. Hart Bridges spent the last year as a freshman enrolled at the Darla Moore School of Business at USC Columbia.
NBC’s The Voice kicked off it’s semi-finals with all nine contestants and the four coaches singing a rendition of “Everyday People” by Sly and the Family Stone to honor those working on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic Monday night.
Dr. Anna Kathryn Burch, pediatric infectious disease pediatrician with Prisma Heath, and Dr. Lauren Matthews, a pediatrician with Lexington Medical Center, make a house call to WIS TODAY to answer questions parents & kids have about COVID-19.
Thursday, State Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman announced the convening of a task force charged with studying barriers to school operations and student learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and providing recommendations on how schools and districts can best restart in the fall.
Calming fears with facts ... Carolyn Sawyer joins the WIS Today team to tell us about Doctors on Call, a new interactive Facebook show providing reliable & credible information from trusted medical experts to protect you and your family against COVID19.
Baby goats made a return to WIS Today Friday. Sandra Coffman, co-owner of Split Creek Farm near Anderson, showed off her baby goats and shared the hardships many farmers are facing during the Covid-19 pandemic.