Terry Grant-Robinson » Dr. Terry Grant-Robinson

Dr. Terry Grant-Robinson

 

I am a fifth generation native of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Currently, I am a student at Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University with a major in Unmanned Systems. I received my B.A. in Music from South Carolina State University; Masters Degree in jazz performance from the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago, IL, an Educational Specialist degree and Ed.D. in advanced studies in Educational Leadership from South Carolina State University. I have also taken music courses at Towson State University, University of Nebraska, University of South Carolina and Converse College. My interest in acting began in 1994 when I performed with the renowned Hallelujah Singers for the “Forest Gump movie soundtrack. Just recently, performed the opening for The Reverend Luther Barnes in Concert.

I hold a South Carolina Teaching license in Music Education, Elementary and Secondary Principal and Superintendent.  I have been teaching for ten years, at Hilton Head Elementary School and previously at Beaufort Elementary School. I have been the Assistant Principal at Hardeeville Elementary school for three years and the Jasper County School District PBIS Coach for two years. In addition, I am a certified Federal Aviation Administration Remote Pilot, and a Certified Teacher Cadet Instructor.

 

When I am away from school I enjoy sailing, kite-surfing, collecting sport cars, golfing and speaking Arabic.

 

I truly love teaching Aerospace Engineering. I am looking forward to another school year, meeting the students who are new to our district this semester.

 

 

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Overview

TMCF in partnership with The Boeing Company is proud to announce the 2020-2021 Boeing | TMCF Scholar Program. This program provides an unparalleled career opportunity and scholarship for outstanding students attending Boeing HBCU partner schools. High performing undergraduate students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3, graduating during the 2022-2023 academic year, are encouraged to apply. This unique opportunity provides students with full college to career support—opening the door to a full-time career with the world’s largest aerospace company, and lead manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems.

This highly competitive program targets students for opportunities in the following functional areas:

  • Engineering
  • IT and Data Analytics
  • Finance/Accounting
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Human Resources
  • Environmental Health and Safety
  • Facilities Management

SCHOLARSHIPS!! Thurgood Marshall College Fund and Boeing TMCF Scholar Program

June 11, 2020

Happy Summer 2020!!

We are approaching our 2020 summer programs and scholarships. Thanks to Ms. Robino we have GREAT NEWS!!!

This is the ALL for you. We have The Thurgood Marshall College Fund applications available. We are inviting you to apply for the “ Boeing TMCF Scholar Program” and apply for “Scholarships”.

What do I do?

Step 1: With your parent’s permission, create a TMCF account. Once completed, an email will be sent to you to confirm your account.http://www.tmcf.org/students-alumni/scholarships/.

Step 2: Stroll down Click on “VIEW OPEN SCHOLARSHIPS” and start applying.

Step 3: Click on the top tab “Students & Alumni”, look for the Corporate Scholars Programs and Click Boeing TMCF Scholars Program this is for the Class of 2022 and 2023 with a minimum GPA 3.0. The RHHS Aerospace students will be applying for this program.

 Step 4: Click on the  red icon at the top and complete application.

Can I apply for other programs?  Yes you may apply; there are multiple scholarships and scholar programs.

Once your application is completed, please forward your completed confirmation to Dr. Terry Grant-Robinson, terry.robinson@jcsd.net. We are looking forward to The Boeing Company providing opportunities for Ridgeland-Hardeeville High School.

Please continue to be safe. If you have questions, I am available Monday thru Friday, between 8:00 AM and 2:00 PM to answer all questions through email.http://www.tmcf.org/students-alumni/scholarships/.

Girls Who Code Summer Program 2020

Are you ready for a Summer Coding Program that pays YOU!!!

Girls Who Code Summer Program 2020.

The 2020 Virtual Summer Immersion Program will be held for two (2) weeks and will start around 9:00am-9:30am with a total of 2-3 hours each day. Each students will be asked to choose one (1) of the three (3) rounds to participate in.

You may select one of the following dates:

Round 1: June 15-26th

Round 2: July 6-17th

Round 3: July 20- 31st

SIP classes are now 100% virtual, girls will use their computer camera to interact directly with their teachers and classmates.

With regards to the Stipend, the Summer Stipend Award provides financial support to qualified Summer Immersion Program students. The award is intended to cover transportation and/or living expenses, or to support students who might otherwise earn a summer income.

The Stipend Application is optional! It is entirely up to the student if they would like to apply for it. But, we encourage all interested applicants to apply as soon as they can because of the deadline set by GWC.

Frequently Ask Questions:

Girls Who Code’s free 2-week Virtual Summer Immersion Program (SIP).

 

Who is SIP for?
Current 9th, 10th, and 11th grade girls and non-binary students are eligible to apply

 

What is SIP?​

Girls Who Code has hosted an in-person immersion coding program since 2012 in select cities. With the challenges presented by the COVID-19 health crisis, we have elected to move this transformative programming online, regardless of student location. Our modified 2-week virtual program teaches 9th–11th grade girls the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community, while preparing for a career in tech.

 

Apply to Girls Who Code’s Virtual Summer Immersion Program  for an unforgettable summer experience! During this FREE 2-week virtual program, you'll learn the computer science skills you need to make an impact, get an inside look into the tech field, and join a supportive lifelong sisterhood -- all while being virtually hosted by influential companies, like AT&T, Goldman Sachs, Disney, and more. Current 9th-11th grade girls and non-binary students are eligible to apply. Need-based stipends of up to $300 are available for those who qualify.

Applications are considered on a rolling basis, but classrooms are filling up fast! Apply today at girlswhocode.com/virtualsipform or learn more in a webinar!

 

If you have any questions about SIP, our partnership or anything at all, please feel free to reach out. I hope to connect with you soon!

 

Best, 

Amanda

 

Amanda Souza

Manager of Community Partnerships

 

amanda.souza@girlswhocode.com

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Welcome Advance Aerospace students to Week #7 and #8 Online

Welcome Advance Aerospace students to Week #7 and #8 Online

Awesome job on our week #5 and #6 activities.

 

For the remainder of the semester, we will be working on three different simulator apps. An essay will be due on Thursday May 7th, May 14th and May 21st. After working on the simulator write an essay on why you selected the simulator, what did you learn, what could it be used for? Select a FREE drone simulator app  and work on your flying skills. Here are some samples below:

 

Please continue to be safe. If you have questions, I am available Monday thru Friday, between 10:00AM and 2:00PM to answer all questions through email. (Terry.robinson@jcsd.net.)

 

If you do not have access to a computer, you may pick up a packet from the front office. All assignments are due by the end of the day of each day




Note: The seniors last assignment is May 7th.

Week #7 and #8 Teacher Cadet

 Welcome Back, to our Final online studies!! 

Some of you completed an OUTSTANDING job on the Teaching A-Z Powerpoint Assignment. In fact we were able to showcase our work with the Teacher Cadet/ SC Education headquarters. (Whoot…Whoot!!!)

We Made It!!! This is our last week. I am very proud of you in maintaining your assignments on the email. I have already stacked some of your work from the notebook binder, ready to be scanned and submitted to The University of South Carolina-Beaufort. My hat is off to you in completing a college course while in high school.

EVERYONE MUST COMPLETE THE END OF COURSE SURVEY (see attachment)

Don’t forget to complete ALL assignment from the 3rd quarter. MAY 6, 2020 IS THE DEADLINE TO EMAIL EVERYTHING.

Please continue to be safe. If you have questions, I am available to answer all questions through email. (Terry.robinson@jcsd.net.) Some of you are calling me too. That is fine. NO CALLS after 9:00PM

Cyber Security/A Plus Students Week #7 and #8

May 4, 2020

Happy Monday, Cyber Security/A Plus Students!

Welcome Back students to Week #7 and #8 Online Studies.

There will be one assessment for the next two week: “Safety of Right”. For those of you that have missing assignments, week #8 would be a good time to catch up. I will send out individual emails, text or call to let you know the status of your assignments and final grades.

Note: You must click submit on the assessments. If you stop in the middle of testing and return later to finish, you will have to start over from the beginning. Use the FAA video to help you review.

You also have access to the FAA youtube: FAA Part 107 Exam Video and  https://courses2.sportys.com/. Please complete the following assessments.

Due Date

Topic

 

March 16-17, 2020

Aerodynamic Forces

(10 questions)

Completed

3/9/2020

March 18-19, 2020

Aircraft Performance

Completed

3/23/2020

March 16-17, 2020

Loading Small Unmanned Aircraft

(9 questions)

Completed

3/9/2020

March 20-23, 2020

Weather Forecasts and Reports (17 questions)

Completed

3/10/2020

March 19-20, 2020

Weather Theory

(39 questions)

Completed

3/23/2020

March 23-26, 2020

Regulations under Far Part 107

(59 questions)

Completed

4/3/2020

April 1-3, 2020

Communications (12 questions)

Completed

4/2/2020

April 6, 2020

Crew Resource Management (6 questions)

Completed

4/7/2020

April 8, 2020

Emergencies (8 questions)

Completed

4/9/2020

April 20, 2020

Maintenance and Preflight

(15 questions)

Completed

4/23/2020 

April 27, 2020

Pilot Health and Attitude (16 questions)

Completed

4/28/2020 

May 4-8, 2020

Safety of Right (11 questions)

 

May 11-15, 2020

 

Airports Charts and Publications (31 questions)

TBD 

May 18-22, 2020

Airspace

(27 questions)

TBD 

                                                                                     TBD: (To Be Determined)

 

Please continue to be safe. If you have questions, I am available Monday thru Friday, between 10:00AM and 2:00PM to answer all questions through email. (Terry.robinson@jcsd.net.)

 

Thanks again for your vigilance and patience as we attempt to navigate unchartered territory. Stay safe, everyone! 

2020 South Carolina STEM Signing Day

2020 South Carolina STEM Signing Day 

Congratulations to Shawn Langlois and Jeremiah Orr

Join us for the big event!

The fourth annual South Carolina STEM Signing day will take place as a virtual event on April 23 at 10:30am EDT. Please tune in to the livestream then and help us celebrate these amazing students!

Attached below is the link I received for any teachers, parents, or anyone that wants to watch the stem signing day live.
 
 

Advance Aerospace April 20- May 1, 2020 Week Five & Six

April 20, 2020

Advance Aerospace April 20- May 1, 2020 Week #5 & #6

Welcome Back from SPRING BREAK Advance Aerospace students to Week #5 and #6 Online Studies.

 

Please continue to be safe. If you have questions, I am available Monday thru Friday, between 10:00AM and 2:00PM to answer all questions through email. (Terry.robinson@jcsd.net.) Remember ALL assignments are on your school email.

 Objectives

Upon successful completion of this lesson, you will be able to:

  1. Describe the interoperability needed to apply autonomous control systems.
  2. Describe the dependencies of an autonomous control system.
  3. Explain the control outputs of an autonomous control system.
  4. Recommend a basic autonomous control system (power, data flow, inputs, outputs, and components) for a job suited to unmanned function.

For the next two weeks, we will completing the assigned lessons which should provide a clearer understanding of major elements of unmanned systems autonomy and automation system interoperability, dependencies, and considerations. By watching these videos, you will see the practical application and the concepts covered in this lesson.

Please type your questions and answer in complete sentences. Don't forget to add the title on top of the page. All assignments are due by the end of the day of each day. Email it to terry.robinson @jcsd.net.