Tuesday, October 21, 2014
WSOC-TV has a contest each year for the “community” to vote for the best football player in the BIG 22. Dupree Hart, from Northwestern and in the center top row photo, is one of five finalists. The school of the winner is awarded $10,000.
Please go to the website below as many times as possible between now and and vote for Dupree, a former student at Sunset Park Elementary and Dutchman Creek Middle School.
· Voters must register. Once a voter registers, it will take less than two minutes to vote each day.
· Click on the Big 22 logo and then under Dupree’s picture, click the button and hit save vote.
· Voters may cast nine votes per day per email address.
· Voting closes on Monday, November 3rd.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Monday, October 6, 2014
Today at 10:52 AM
TROJAN NATION - Please take 2 minutes each morning to vote for Dupree on the Big 22 WSOC player of the year. If Dupree wins the award Northwestern will win $10,000. (Link below.) It will take you 2 minutes to register (click on registration tab) then each day go to Dupree’s picture and click on the button and hit save vote. You can do this up to 9 times daily… Hit save vote keep clicking on his button and save vote until you get a message under his name you have reached your max vote for today. Thanks for the support and help with this! Go Trojans!!
Posted by Jim Vining at 12:51 PM
Sunday, October 5, 2014
The 5th annual Northwestern baseball team golf tournament is going to be held at Pinetuck on 803-517-5502 to have your form picked up or to ask any questions that you might have. Hole sponsor forms must be submitted by . Teams can be accepted up to tee time on .. We are currently seeking hole sponsors and teams that would be interested in playing in the tournament. Forms can be submitted to the athletic department or you can contact Craig Shipman by calling
Hole Sponsors will have their family or business name displayed for $100.
For $400, teams of four will receive lunch and dinner, as well as an appreciation bag and a round of golf in which they will compete for over $900 in prizes.
The event is always a lot of fun and the money raised will be used to help get the baseball field in shape for the upcoming season.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
AAUW to host standards talks
Rock Hill’s chapter of the American Association of University Women is hosting a panel on “changing state education standards and the effects on the district, principals, teachers and students” on Tuesday night.
The panel will be held in Plowden Auditorium at Winthrop University at 7 p.m. Admission is free.
The panel includes Rock Hill school board member Jane Sharp, Rock Hill schools Superintendent Kelly Pew, Sullivan Middle School Principal Shane Goodwin and Dutchman Creek Middle School science teacher Jody Steele.
“We want to make sure the public is informed about the ramifications about the changes to the state standards after putting so much energy into training teachers in the Common Core (state standards),” said Trish Johnson, branch president.
Panels of educators from across the state are rewriting math and language arts standards after the state voted to withdraw from the use of the Common Core standards several months ago.
RACHEL SOUTHMAYD, The Rock Hill Herald
Monday, September 15, 2014
Community Visit to Two Rock Hill Elementary Schools:
- – Belleview Elementary with John Kirell, Principal
- am – Mt. Holly Elementary with Dr. Nakia Barnes, Principal
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