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Thursday, March 1, 2012

Rock Hill Schools Information for Thursday, March 1, 2012

From Elaine T. Baker, Director of Information Services:

Distinguished Climbers for February
Congratulations to February's "Distinguished Climbers" in the area of "Delivery of Quality Work." The following educators were recognized Feb. 27 at a reception and at the business meeting of the Rock Hill School Board:
    Suzanne Young, Applied Technology Center
     Krystal James, Belleview
     Stacy English, Castle Heights
     Kathy Christensen, The Children's School at Sylvia Circle
     Susan Nabors, Dutchman Creek
     Kathy Herlong, Ebenezer Avenue
     Jessica Wardlaw, Ebinport
     Mandy Riley, Finley Road
     Jessica Rollins, Independence
     Dr. Tonya Belton, Instruction
     Iris Wilson, Lesslie
     Kasey Norton, Mount Gallant
     Suzanne Williams, Mount Holly
     Kristy Knight, Northside
     Crystal Walters, Northwestern
     Laura Belcher, Oakdale
     Karen Powell, Old Pointe
     Chris Smith, Planning and Program Support
     Brenna George, Rawlinson Road
     Heather Giles, Rock Hill High
     Emily Gonzales, Rosewood
     Saundra Patterson, Saluda Trail
     Blair Enoch, South Pointe
     Julie Cote, Sullivan
     Lori-Ann Phelan, Sunset Park
     Derek McQuiston, York Road  
Resource Center Physician Invited to Mom's Congress

Congratulations to Dr. Martha Edwards on her selection by Parenting magazine to represent South Carolina at the Mom's Congress on Education and Learning at Georgetown University In Washington, D.C., this summer. Dr. Edwards has volunteered at the free medical clinic at the Family Resource Center for the past nine years. She and an outstanding mom from each state will meet with the country's most prominent education and advocacy leaders to discuss the importance of family engagement in achieving education goals across the country. Dr. Edwards will also be presenting at the March 30 #1 Question Meeting in Rock Hill.
Principal Receives Doctorate
Congratulations to Jean Dickson, principal of Rawlinson Road Middle School. who is now Dr. Dickson after completing her work in educational leadership at Gardner-Webb University.  
Review of Board Policies
As members of the school board review current policies for possible revision or consider new policies, they are interested in getting feedback from district employees and local citizens. Following the first of two readings, new or revised policies will be placed on the district's website for input. Two policies, one on Social Media Communications and one on Taxing and Borrowing, are now available for review.
"School Talk" on District Portal
Supt. Lynn Moody's monthly TV show, "School Talk," is now on Cable 114. The current 30-minute show, taped by students in Martha Menchinger's visual communications class at the Applied Technology Center, is about literacy and how parents can help their children improve their reading skills.

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