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Friday, December 7, 2012

Rock Hill School District News #rockhillschools #rockhill #rhschoolboard

Local Teams in Football Rivalry Competition
USA TODAY High School Sports has announced that the rivalry between Northwestern and Rock Hill High is now a regional finalist for a national award of $10,000.  Please cast your vote in the "Vote Now" box at on or by December 12.
Brakefield Up for National Recognition
Congratulations to Missy Brakefield, the district's Director of Federal Programs, who has been nominated by the S. C. Assn. of Title 1 Administrators (SCATA) for a National Assn. of Federal Education Program Administrators award. Dr. Brakefield will be recognized at the NAFEPA conference in April for "her significant role in the support and promotion of activities and goals of S. C. and the SCATA organization."
Spirit Night to Benefit the ATC
The Future Educators Association from the Applied Technology Center will host a Chick-fil-A "Spirit Night" on Tuesday, Dec. 11, from 5:00-8:00 at the Cherry Road Location. When you make a purchase, please give back your receipt in support of these amazing high school students who want to become teachers! Members of FEA will be at Chick-fil-A "spinning the wheel" for customers to receive Chick-fil-A coupons.
Kids Caring for Kids
Congratulations to students at Sullivan Middle School who donated over 3,600 cans during the school's recent food drive. This equals approximately 3,300 pounds or 1.687 tons of food for the Salvation Army. The Junior Civitans and their adviser, Counselor Sandra Holeman, led the successful campaign.
Mount Gallant Artwork on Display
Heather Gregory, art teacher at Mount Gallant Elementary, is especially proud of the many holiday displays created by her students. "Donkey Bells," created by first-graders, is featured on the school's Christmas tree, and third-graders' "Vernon Grant Gnomes" are on display at the Center for the Arts. "Rainforest Birds," created by second-graders, are on display in the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden's holiday lights show, along with a display by  Clay Flowers sixth -graders at Dutchman Creek.
Dec. 10 School Board Meeting
The Rock Hill School Board will combine its business meeting with a work session on Monday, December 10, where the focus will be on a presentation of the district's iRock plan. As all meetings, this meeting will be open to the public. Click here for agenda and meeting information.
 Compiled by: Elaine T. Baker, Director of Information Services, Rock Hill Schools

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