TEACH Foundation

Teaching, Educating and Advancing Children in Hartsville

The TEACH Foundation administers a five-year, $5 million grant that funds the PULSE initiative. Started in 2011, the PULSE initiative is designed to supplement academic learning and personal development  of Hartsville school children. Learn more

After 180 Days: Hartsville/A Community Perspective
Community leaders reflect on the Hartsville, S.C., premiere of 180 Days: HartsvilleLearn more

Sharman Poplava recognized
Coker College presents Foundation director with Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award. Learn more

All about 180 Days: Hartsville
Read about the events leading up to and following 180 Days: Hartsville

ALO students end successful year at Coker
Successes mount at end of 2014-15 year. Learn more

Mentors and students celebrate a successful year
Fun night of skating, awards and prizes caps off year 4. Learn more

Editorial by TEACH Foundation director featured in Messenger
Piece outlines post 180 Days: Hartsville perspective and ongoing PULSE initiatives . Learn more

Two Comer schools recognize academic achievements
Students with all-A report cards honored at graduation. Learn more

Games to stem summer learning loss
Try these free and easy games to help children keep skills sharp. Learn more

ALO engineering students end year with field trip
Learning about Sonoco's biomass boiler ignites desire to pursue more course work. Learn more

Local panel shares insights into education in Hartsville
Learn more about the success in Hartsville from the people who make it happen.