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Friday, August 27, 2010

Rock Hill School News For Friday, August 27, 2010

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Toyota, Scion, and Toyota Scion of Rock Hill have teamed up to give away up to $10,000 to Rock Hill Schools through a Facebook competition now under way. All district employees (and everyone they know) can help our schools win the full amount. The good news is that high schools will only compete against high schools, etc.
The district fundraiser on August 21st on the campus of the Applied Technology Center and at the Operations Center raised close to $60,000. Yard sale profits ($8,100) will be kept by the schools while silent auction ($7,500) and public auction ($44,000) proceeds will go into the district fund balance to use where needed most.

Dr. Lynn Moody will hold four "Teachers Only" breakfasts during the school year and five "community chats." The first breakfast will be
held on Oct. 19, and a teacher from each school will be invited. Community chats will be hosted in each middle school, and Castle Heights will host the first chat on September 23.

Donatos Pizza on Herlong will give Rock Hill Schools 15 percent of their sales between the hours of 4:00-8:00 every Wednesday.

Rock Hill High School will host the American Red Cross bloodmobile on Friday, Sept. 3. between 9:00-1:00.

The Rock Hill Utilities Department gave the Phoenix Academy a $200 donation to help students. Director Walter Wolff says the guests
enjoyed learning about the Academy and were amazed by the history timeline of Rock Hill Schools in the main hall.

The South Pointe Band of Thunder will host a pancake breakfast at Fatz Cafe on Saturday, Aug. 28 from 8:00-10:00. Tickets, which can be
purchased at the door, will be $7 for adults and $4 for children age 11 and under. Proceeds, including tips, will benefit the band program.

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