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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Rock Hill Schools News for October 20, 2011

From the desk of Elaine Baker:

"Math Tricks for Treats"
Old Pointe Elementary School will host a Family Math Night at the Newport Walmart from 6:00-7:30 on Thursday, Oct. 20. The event, titled "Math Tricks for Treats," will give students and their parents an opportunity to explore the store to solve math problems, play math games and win prizes. (Enter lawn and garden entrance.)
Pancakes, Anyone!
The Northwestern High School Cross Country Program and the Middle School District Honors Choirs will hold pancake fundraising breakfasts at FATZ restaurant on Herlong from 8:00-10:00 this Saturday, Oct. 22, for the Cross Country Team and on Oct. 29 (same time) for the Middle School Honors Choirs. Tickets, available now from team or choir members, will also be available at the door for $7 for adults and $4 for children under age 10. The breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, fruit cup, and a drink. 
"Math Tricks for Treats"
Health science students at the Applied Technology Center will have a special treat on Oct. 27. A nurse and a respiratory therapist from Carolinas Medical Center will speak to them about their occupation, and they will arrive on campus via a helicopter from the CMC Flight Service. 
The Rock Hill High Wresting Team will be selling Boston Butts for $25/each until Nov. 14. They will be cooked and ready for pickup on Nov. 18 or 19th. Click here for details. To place an order, send to  
"Hoops for Soup"
The Northwestern High School Girls' Basketball Team will host a yard sale/vendors' fair on Nov. 19 from 7:30-noon in the parking lot in front of D and E buildings facing Hwy. 5.  Proceeds from the rental of tables and from a preseason tournament will benefit a local charity or soup kitchen.
Sci-Pi Family Night
Saluda Trail Middle School will host its 4th Annual Sci-Pi Family Night for Science and Math from 5:00-7:30 on Thursday, Nov. 3. Open to the community, here are some details:
5:00 - Spaghetti supper in cafeteria for $4; entertainment by Show Choir and Jazz Band
6:00 - Math activities conducted by teachers and science exhibits on display in gallery/media center
6:00 - Science experiments guaranteed to WOW future scientists performed by Rex Smith, a teacher/scientist from Roper Mountain (Greenville, SC)
7:00 - Drama Club to perform in auditorium and Robotics Team ("RoboRockets") on site for demonstrations 

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