South Carolina Educational Opportunity Programs Week 1 Pee Dee Week Monday, August 29th – Friday, September 2nd

Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (Code of Ethics) The purpose of an Ed-Op Program is to provide a chance for high school students, particularly juniors and seniors, to be exposed to many different educational opportunities and to explore specific interests. 1.

It is the responsibility of each college or university to inform any person (who represents that institution) of the CACRAO Code of Ethics which will be in effect at all CACRAO sponsored Educational Opportunity Programs. Each institutional representative must respect the rights of other institutions. ● One official representative is considered adequate at an Educational Opportunity Program. If more than one representative is needed, those present must confine all activities to the assigned space. ● Group presentations are not condoned in arena settings where a number of institutions share common quarters. Such presentations discourage students from exploring all of their options. ● The use of overly conspicuous exhibits as promotional devices are prohibited, i.e. (videos, large pictorial displays, balloons…) ● Distributed educational information must be limited to printed materials which are accurate and tasteful. Handouts such as key chains, balloons, pens, pennants, and foods are not acceptable. ● Applications for admissions may be distributed, but not completed at Educational Opportunity Programs. ● CACRAO members should display the highest levels of decorum and avoid any unprofessional behavior that would disgrace the CACRAO organization or that would infringe upon the rights of their fellow members.

2.

School counselors are encouraged to limit program invitations to CACRAO members and other degree-granting institutions. In the event that counselors choose to invite other organizations; those participants must adhere to the Code of Ethics set forth by CACRAO.

3.

CACRAO member institutions may host Educational Opportunity Programs only with prior approval from either the NC or SC Scheduling Committees. In the event that the Scheduling Committee feels it is necessary to hold a program at a member institution, the following policies will apply: ● The Host Institution will participate on an equal standing with all other institutions, to include alphabetical order and no special incentives for students. ● Refreshments (if provided) should be for college representative only.

4.

Institutions consistently out of compliance with the attendance policies as outlined in the Ed-Op schedule will be reported to the Chairman of the Ethics Committee of CACRAO by using the formal or informal complaint form. This includes unprofessional behavior (i.e. not showing up, arriving late and/or not remaining for the entire program).

Hotel Information for Week 1 Florence, Darlington, Hartsville, Williamsburg, Marion, and Mullins Area Programs August 29 – September 2 Florence, SC Residence Inn by Marriott – Extended Stay (Magnolia Mall Exit - 160-A) 2660 Hospitality Blvd Florence, SC 29501 (843) 468-2800 FMU Rate: $122.08 with tax per night Holiday Inn and Express (Closest to FMU – Exit 170) 2101 Florence Harllee Blvd., Hwy 327 Florence, SC 29506 (843) 629-9779 FMU Rate: $94.08 with tax per night Holiday Inn and Express(I-20 & I-95 Magnolia Mall Exit – 160-A) 3440 West Radio Drive Florence, SC 29501 (843) 432-1500 FMU Rate: $94.08 with tax per night

Restaurants in Florence, SC Cracker Barrel $ Buffalo Wild Wings Sports Bar & Grill $ Town House $ Percy and Willie’s $$ Highly Recommend – Try the Prime Rib and Croissants Mellow Mushroom$ Olive Garden $$ Miyami Japanese Steakhouse $$ Starfire Grill $$ Five Guys $ Moe’s Southwest Grill $ Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream $ Mi Tierra $ Red Bone Alley $$ Highly Recommend – Featured in Southern Living with specialties like Lowcountry Shrimp and Grits, Bermuda Triangles, and Mexican Pizza Dip. Cook Out $ Longhorn Steakhouse $$ Chili’s Grill and Bar $$ 1720 Burger Bar $ Highly Recommend – Try the Tator Bombs, Loaded Cheese Fries, or take on the challenge of the Optimus Burger Roger’s Bar-B-Que $ Southern Hops Brewery $ Chipotle $ Julia Belle’s Restaurant $

1824 West Lucas Street 2599 David H Mcleod Blvd 317 South Irby Street 130 Dunbarton Drive 120 Dunbarton Drive 2901 West Radio Drive 2007 West Evans Street 2130 West Palmetto Street 1940 Hoffmeyer Road 1940 Hoffmeyer Road 1939 West Palmetto Street 1225 Celebration Blvd 1903 West Palmetto Street

2007 South Irby Street 3021 West Radio Drive 3015 West Radio Drive 850 Woody Jones Blvd

2004 Second Loop Road 911 South Sunset Acres Lane 2617 David H. McLeod Blvd 2513 W Lucas Street

Monday, August 29, 2016 8:10–9:40 am Cafeteria Seniors: 94 Juniors: 124 Total: 218 Refreshments Provided: N/A Tables Provided – Connected Rectangle Tables

Chesterfield High School Heather Hilderbrand (Counselor) 401 North Page Street Chesterfield, SC 29709 (843) 623-3761 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-4636, office [email protected]

Directions: From Hilton Garden Inn (Exit 160 – I-95 & I-20)  Head west on Hospitality Blvd toward W Radio Dr  Turn right onto W Radio Dr  Turn left onto I-20BUS W  Take exit 137 for S Carolina 340 toward Darlington/Timmonsville  Turn left onto SC-340 S/Timmonsville Hwy  Turn right onto S Center Rd  Turn right onto SC-102  Turn left onto East Blvd  Turn right onto SC-145 N/S Page St  Destination will be on the left Parking: In front and at right of school Travel Time: 1 hour, 5 minutes

Monday, August 29, 2016 10:20 am – 11:10 am Commons Area Seniors: 155 Juniors: 160 Total: 315 Refreshments Provided: Yes Tables Provided – Connected Rectangle Tables Monday, August 29, 2016 12:15pm – 1:00pm Gym Seniors: 300 Juniors: 275 Total: 575 Refreshments Provided: No Tables Provided – Rectangle Tables

Cheraw High School Vivian Patrick (Counselor) 649 Chesterfield Hwy. Cheraw, SC 29520 (843) 921-1000 ext 227 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Marlboro County High School Leah McNeil 951 Fayetteville Avenue Bennettsville, SC 29152 (843) 479-5907 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Directions: From Chersterfield High School  Head south on SC-145 S toward State Rd S-13-97  Turn left onto East Blvd  Continue onto E Main St  Continue onto State Hwy 9 S/Chesterfield Hwy/East Blvd  Continue to follow State Hwy 9 S/Chesterfield Hwy  Destination will be on the right Parking: Directly in front of school Travel Time: 16 minutes Directions: From Cheraw High School  Head east on State Hwy 9 S/Chesterfield Hwy toward State Rd S13-652  Turn left onto W Greene St  Take State Hwy 9 S to S-35-47/Beauty Spot Rd W in Bennettsville  Turn left onto Powe St  Continue onto U.S. 1 N  Continue straight onto State Hwy 9 S  Continue on Beauty Spot Rd W. Drive to Fayetteville Ave  Turn left onto S-35-47/Beauty Spot Rd W  Slight right onto Beauty Spot Rd W/State Rd S-35-47  Turn right onto Hanes Rd  Turn right onto Fayetteville Ave Exd  Destination will be on the right Parking: Student parking lot. DO NOT PARK IN FRONT OF SCHOOL Travel Time: 26 minutes

Tuesday, August 30, 2016 8:30 am – 12:30 pm Smith University Center (on campus of Francis Marion University) 4822 E Palmetto St Florence, SC 29506 Number of students: 2,000+ Refreshments Provided: YES Tables Provided – Rectangle Tables

COST: $100.00

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 9:00 am - 10:00 am Commons Area Seniors: 130 Juniors: 135 Total: 265 Refreshments Provided: n/a Tables Provided – Connected Rectangle Tables

Pee Dee Area Consolidated College Fair Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1235, office [email protected] High Schools Attending: Camden Military Academy, The Carolina Academy, Emmanuel Christian School, Dillon HS, West Florence HS, Dillon Christian School, Hannah-Pamplico HS, Florence Christian School, Lake View High School, Latta High School, Timmonsville HS, Mayo HS for Science, Math, and Technology; Marlboro Academy, Darlington HS, Lamar HS, Johnsonville HS, Trinity Byrnes School, Pee Dee Academy, South Florence HS, Wilson HS, The King’s Academy, Hemingway HS, Lake City HS, Robert E Lee Academy, Lee Central HS, Clarendon Hall, area home schools Central High School Kristi Mccrite (Counselor) 200 Zion Church Road Pageland, SC 29728

Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Directions: From Hilton Garden Inn  Head west on Hospitality Blvd toward W Radio Dr  Turn right onto W Radio Dr  Follow I-95 N to SC-327 S. Take exit 170 from I-95 N  Turn left onto I-20BUS W  Take exit 141A to merge onto I-95 N toward Fayetteville  Take exit 170 for S Carolina 327 toward Marion/Myrtle Beach  Continue on SC-327 S.  Turn right onto SC-327 S  Turn left onto SC-327 S/US-301 N/US-76 E  Turn right onto Wallace Woods Rd Parking: Parking Lots C and D (signs will be at street) Travel Time: 20 minutes

Directions: From Hilton Garden Inn  Take W Radio Dr to I-20BUS W  Turn left onto I-20BUS W  Continue onto I-20 W  Take exit 131 for US-401 toward Hartsville  Turn left onto US-401 S/Lamar Hwy  Turn right onto SC-403 N  Turn left onto SC-151 N  Continue straight onto SC-151 Bypass N  Continue onto SC-151 N  Turn right onto Rollings Rd  Slight right onto Evans Mill Rd  Sharp left onto State Rd S-13-135  Destination will be on the left Parking: Park in grass lot by the gym. DO NOT PARK IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL Travel Time: 1 hour, 11 minutes

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 10:50 am – 12:00 pm Gym Seniors: 78 Juniors: 72 Total: 150 Refreshments Provided: Lunch Tables Provided – Rectangle Tables

McBee High School Cynthia Cook (Counselor) 264 East Pine Avenue McBee, SC 29101 (843) 335-8251 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Directions: From Central High School  Head north on State Rd S-13-135 toward Airport Rd  Slight left onto Airport Rd  Follow SC-151 S, SC-151 Bypass S and SC-151 S to E Pine Ave in McBee  Turn left onto Main St  Continue onto State Hwy 9 N/McGregor St  Continue to follow State Hwy 9 N  Turn left onto SC-151 S/S Van Lingle Mungo Blvd  Continue to follow SC-151 S  Continue onto SC-151 Bypass S  Continue onto SC-151 S  Turn left onto N 7th St  Turn right onto E Oak Ave  E Oak Ave turns right and becomes N 11th St  Turn right onto E Pine Ave  Destination will be on the right Parking: Student Parking lot (rear of school). DO NOT PARK IN FRONT OF SCHOOL Travel Time: 33 minutes

Wednesday, August 31, 2016 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm Cafeteria Seniors: 265 Juniors: 301 Total: 566 Refreshments Provided: NO Tables Provided – Rectangle Tables

Hartsville High School Sandra Gaskins 701 Lewellen Avenue Hartsville, SC 29550 843-857-3700 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Directions: From McBee High School  Head west on E Pine Ave toward N 10th St  Turn right at the 1st cross street onto N 10th St  Turn right at the 1st cross street onto E Oak Ave  E Oak Ave turns right and becomes N 11th St  Turn left onto SC-151 S/E Pine Ave  Slight left onto SC-151 ALT S/W Carolina Ave  Continue on Gandy Dr. Drive to Lewellen Ave  Turn right onto Gandy Dr  Turn left onto Lewellen Ave  Destination will be on the right Parking: Back of school at Cafeteria (Do NOT park in Front of School) Travel Time: 19 minutes

Thursday, September 1, 2016 8:30 am – 10:15 am Cafeteria Seniors: 120 Juniors: 120 Total: 240

Mullins High School Jayne Suchy (Counselor) 747 Millers Rd Mullins, SC 29574 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Refreshments Provided: No Tables Provided – Rectangle

Directions: From Hilton Garden Inn  Head west on Hospitality Blvd toward W Radio Dr  Turn right onto W Radio Dr  Turn left onto I-20BUS W  Take exit 141A to merge onto I-95 N toward Fayetteville  Take exit 181A for S Carolina 38 E toward Marion  Turn right onto SC-38 E  Continue onto US-501 S  Turn left onto Wise Chapel Rd  Turn right toward Senator Gasque Rd  Turn left onto Senator Gasque Rd  Merge onto Millers Rd  Turn left onto State Rd S-34-760  Turn left to stay on State Rd S-34-760  Destination will be on the left Parking: Travel Time: 44 minutes

Thursday, September 1 2016 11:00 am – 12:00pm Gym Seniors: 100 (estimate) Juniors: 100 (estimate) Total: 200 (estimate)

Creek Bridge High School Johnnie Homes (Counselor) 6641 S. Hwy 41 Marion, SC 29571 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Refreshments Provided: No Tables Provided – Rectangle Tables

Directions: From Mullins High School  Head east on State Rd S-34-760  Turn right to stay on State Rd S-34-760  Turn right onto Millers Rd  Turn left onto Marion St  Continue to follow Marion St  Turn right onto Prevatte St  Turn left onto NW Front St  Turn right onto Gapway St  Merge onto SC-41 S  Destination will be on the right Parking: Travel Time: 22 minutes

Thursday, September 1, 2016 1:00pm – 2:30pm Gym Seniors: 125 (estimate) Juniors: 125 (estimate) Total: 250 (estimate) Refreshments Provided: No Tables Provided: 6’ tables – share tables

Marion High School Monica Rogers (Counselor) 1205 S. Main Street Marion, SC 29571 Program arranged by: Ben Grosick (843) 661-1236, office [email protected]

Directions: From Creek Bridge High School  Head northeast on SC-41 N toward Pathway  Turn left onto the ramp to Marion  Merge onto US-501 N  Continue straight onto US-501 BUS N  Slight right onto SC-41 ALT N/US-501 BUS N  Destination will be on the right Parking: Travel Time: 13 minutes

Friday, September 2, 2016 9:00 am – 11:00 am Town of Kingstree Recreation Center 403 Nelson Blvd. Kingstree, SC 29556-3335 843-355-5435 Total Students: 350?

Williamsburg Consolidated Fair Lamar Brown 601 Martin Luther King Jr Ave Kingstree, SC 29556 843-355-4107 [email protected]

Directions: From Hilton Garden Inn  Head west on Hospitality Blvd toward W Radio Dr  Turn right onto W Radio Dr  Turn left onto I-20BUS W  Take exit 141B to merge onto I-95 S toward Savannah  Take exit 132 for S Carolina 527 toward Sardinia/Kingstree  Turn left onto SC-527 S (signs for S Carolina 527 S/Sardinia/Kingstree)  Turn right onto N Longstreet St  Continue straight onto S Longstreet St  Continue onto Nelson Blvd  Destination will be on your left Parking: Parking lot in front of building Travel Time: 54 minutes

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