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On Campus: March 12

Posted: March 10, 2014 - 3:59pm
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American Legion Auxiliary Jesse C. Lynch Memorial Unit 71 honored the winners of the 2014 Americanism Essay contest on March 3. The essay topic was "How can I show my pride in being an American?" Pictured (back row): North Augusta Elementary Principal Laurie Reese, Hammond Hill Elementary teacher Cat Snider, Hammond Hill Elementary Principal Janet Vaughan. Class two contest winners for grades 5-6 (middle row): Claire Crowder, first place, Hammond Hill; Grayson Bridges, second place, Hammond Hill Elementary; Jackson Beavers, third place, Hammond Hill Elementary. Class one contest winners for grades 3-4 (front row): Zsa-Kiana Williams, third place, North Augusta Elementary; Zoie Freeze, second place, Hammond Hill Elementary; Haley Winburn, first place, Hammond Hill.   SPECIAL
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American Legion Auxiliary Jesse C. Lynch Memorial Unit 71 honored the winners of the 2014 Americanism Essay contest on March 3. The essay topic was "How can I show my pride in being an American?" Pictured (back row): North Augusta Elementary Principal Laurie Reese, Hammond Hill Elementary teacher Cat Snider, Hammond Hill Elementary Principal Janet Vaughan. Class two contest winners for grades 5-6 (middle row): Claire Crowder, first place, Hammond Hill; Grayson Bridges, second place, Hammond Hill Elementary; Jackson Beavers, third place, Hammond Hill Elementary. Class one contest winners for grades 3-4 (front row): Zsa-Kiana Williams, third place, North Augusta Elementary; Zoie Freeze, second place, Hammond Hill Elementary; Haley Winburn, first place, Hammond Hill.

Julie M. Rogers, a North Augusta native, is among those currently showcasing graduate level artwork at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts as a part of its spring MA/MFA exhibition I.

• All of the school’s past faculty and staff members are invited to attend the school’s 60th birthday celebration on March 27 at 4 p.m. If you plan to attend, contact Cathey Ferrell at (803) 442-6330.

• Those interested in volunteering at the school should e-mail BelvederePTO@yahoo.com.

• Sciece fair winners: biology category: first place - Catherine Powell; second place- Johnny Carroll, Ian Hill, Jerod Tew and Devin Ferrell; third place - Hampton Ratcliffe, Peyton Hanks, Morgan Powell and Kayla Sanders; honorable mention - Ashton Williams, Ashley Roberts, Ben Langdale, Austin Harper, Jacob Hodges and John Niechniedowicz. Chemistry category: first place - Kameron Stampley; second place - Katie Pfennig and Olivia Floyd; third place- Melissa Cobb and Rachel Davis; honorable mention- Autumn Edwins and Britton Campbell. Physics category: first place - Hannah Elser; second place - Cassie Simpson and Hannah Cain; third place - Morgan Goff, Jarius Boyd and Cory Lucas; honorable mention - Blaire Effler.

• Booster Club Spirit Night will be held March 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Zaxby’s on Knox Avenue.

• Make-up days will be held March 28 and April 18. School schedules will be extended on Wednesdays to make up two additional days.

• Board of directors meetings are held on the last Mondays of the month at 6 p.m. in the Fox Creek conference room.

• The following pupils made the Double H Reading Club: Jalynn Gonzalez, Brandon Harris, Aliyah Nault, Montez Tillman, Georgia White, Kendall Risher, Hailee Brown, Donifon Brown, Ashley Schumacher, Dylan Morrison, Lukas Willard, Elliott Wells, Michael Williams, Charlotte Traxler, Autumn Jones, Alyssa Godfrey, Jack Culbreath, Liam Gregory, Kamari Curtis, Layla Sweeney, Kaitlyn Curry, Renaysia Dicks and Piper Williams. 200 Books: Carter McDiarmid, Tristen Johnson, Teagan Johnson, Anna Peace and Lily Sumerau. 300 Books: Audrey McCurry.

Mossy Creek Elementary

• The following pupils made the Principal's Writing Wall of Fame for February: Armani Sullivan and Jada Jennings, 4K; Mason Breazeale, kindergarten; Andrew DeGennaro, first grade; Abbi Whitaker and Roderick Collins, second grade; Xzavier Shaw, third grade; Garrett Riley, fourth grade; and Emma Ellis, fifth grade.

• Chick-fil-A Spirit Night is March 18 from 5 to 8 p.m.

• Zaxby’s Night is March 25 at the restaurant on Edgefield Road.

• Registration for 4K and 5K for the 2014-15 school year will be held April 16-17.

• The following pupils made the 100 Book Club: Kya Hawkins, Valerie Hardin and Lesly Flores. Page Master: Xaivier Bostic and Jadah O'Bryant. Page Master III and IV: Will Stallings. Dolphin Reader Respond Book Club-pencil level: Mia Timmerman and Tessa Timmerman.

• Band honors: All State Band: Chloe McGee, flute fourth alternate. Junior Region Symphonic Band: Chloe McGee, first chair flute; Sophie Ryan, third chair oboe; Sarah Wilson, fourth chair clarinet; Abigail Rowell, 11th chair clarinet; Anna Rowell, 14th chair clarinet; Michael Nicholson, fourth chair percussion; May Burns, sixth chair percussion. Junior Region Concert Band: Ryan Henry, first chair bari sax; Thomas Farmer, second chair French horn; Zack Mooney, third chair percussion; Taryn Marks, fourth chair percussion. All County Junior Concert Band: Coral Crittenden, firth chair flute; Juilian Martinez, third chair clarinet; Kharl Jilby, 11th chair clarinet; Nathan Greene, first chair bass clarinet; Jamie Hale, first chair alto sax; Brad Wilson, second chair trumpet; Melanie Snider, second chair French horn; Mercedes Goodson, third chair percussion; Grant Calloway, fourth chair percussion; Emily Davidson, first chair timpani. All County Junior Symphonic Band: Chloe McGee, first chair flute; Sophie Ryan, first chair oboe; Sarah Wilson, second chair clarinet; Abigail Rowell, sixth chair clarinet; Anna Rowell, seventh chair clarinet; Leeanna Whittle, 19th chair clarinet; Ryan Henry, first chair bari sax; Cole Garnett, 16th chair trumpet; Thomas Farmer, fifth chair French horn; Jackson Cooper, eighth chair French horn; Michael Nicholson, first chair percussion; May Burns, second chair percussion; Zach Mooney, third chair percussion; Taryn Marks, fourth chair percussion.

• The NAMS School Improve­ment Council meets on third Mondays of each month.

• The Strawberry Festival will be held April 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the OLP soccer field.

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