Education

York grad named new director of Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center

Carrie Bolin
Carrie Bolin

Carrie Bolin, a York Comprehensive High School graduate, has been named director of York’s Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center.

Bolin has degrees from Clemson University and Arkansas State University.

Bolin replaces Ron Roveri, who took a position as director of Career and Technology Education at the S.C. Department of Education in January. She will begin her new role July 1.

Bolin has served most recently as an administrator at Clover High School, where she coordinated a Commit to Graduate Campaign and Ninth Grade Academy College and Career Day programs. She also coordinated the ACT and ACT Work Keys assessments.

Bolin previously taught agriculture education at Clover High School, where she recruited students for the program, managed the greenhouse operations and school grounds landscaping and worked with multiple clubs and organizations.

She also taught agriscience at Fort Mill High School and agriculture at Pendleton High School in Pendleton.

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