Public schools routinely give back to their communities, and it’s exciting when this happens as part of a learning experience. That’s what is happening in Campobello, as building construction students with the Swofford Career Center are working to rebuild the home of Brenda Hurst. Hurst is a custodian at Boiling Springs High School, a feeder school for Swofford (the career center serves students in Spartanburg County Districts 1 and 2). Her house burned down last June, and students are well on the way to completing a brand new home for her. Students at Swofford have received support on the project from a non-profit organization called Carpenters for Christ. See a video about their work by following this link.