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Thursday, March 27, 2008

March 26 Rock Hill Schools Information

Compiled by Elaine Baker, District Office
<The Mayberry Crooners at Saluda Trail, under the direction of Sheriff Saundra Booker and Deputy Sheriff Tracy Wiles, will perform at the annual meeting of Family Trust Federal Credit Union on April 8 and at Glencairn Gardens on April 22 during the Come-See-Me Festival. On March 27, the talented group will sing songs by The Spinners during their annual "Rock and Read" performances at the school and dedicate them in loving memory of Saluda Trail teacher, Eric Robinson.

<Ebiport's fifth-grade classes are raising money for their upcoming trip to Charleston. They will have a yard sale from 8:00 a.m.-noon on Sat., March 29, in the cafeteria, and everyone is invited to come and shop.

<Lori Finnerty (Exceptional Student Ed.), Lydia Maloney (Rosewood), and Kristin Kaney (York Road) will participate in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer in October. To raise money, they're holding an online auction until mid-April, the proceeds of which will go directly to the Avon Foundation.  and

 <Belleview will host its annual Spring Arts Night at 7:00 Thursday, April 3. The evening will feature music and dance performances by first and fourth-grade students directed by Michelle Crissinger, dance teacher, and Julia McCallum, music teacher. Student artwork, organized by Gerri Hillis, art teacher, will also be on display.

<Jenna' Wilson, the early childhood education teacher at the Applied Technology Center, is one proud teacher.
Her second-year students placed first in the Service Division in the state FCCLA Leadership Conference in Columbia March 13-15. They will compete in national competition in Orlando in July.

<South Pointe will offer a little boys' football camp this summer, as well as a basketball camp for children ages 7-14. .

<Michael Gossett, varsity boys' basketball coach at Northwestern, is touting the laurels of former student, Sean Barnette, who is completing his senior year at Wingate University. Sean will be among 20 student athletes playing in the NABC/NCAA Div. II All-Star game on Mar. 28. Sean will conclude his career as the all-time leading scorer in the history of the SAC with 2,324 points.

<Hats off to third-graders at Rosewood. They just completed a unit of study titled "Dangers in the World Around Us," where they learned about natural and unnatural disasters and how people cope and deal with such circumstances. A representative from the Red Cross showed a video about disaster safety and told how the Red Cross prepares, responds, and helps disaster victims. Ultimately, the students collected "Dollars and Dimes for Disasters" from the Rosewood family to present to the Red Cross.

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