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On Campus: April 23

Posted: April 23, 2014 - 12:09pm
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Strom Thurmond Career and Technology agriculture students helped to renovate the rock pond at the National Wild Turkey Federation on April 3. Pictured are: Jarrett Mills, Padgett Sumner, Isreal Talbert, Madison Coleman, Clay Timmons, Chris Miller, James Seawright, Andrew Ball, Scott Sherman, John Autrey Yonce, Dexter Bowman, Kayce Locklair, Brittany Berry, Will Cheatham, Aries Ruelas and Brandon Holifeld.   SPECIAL
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Strom Thurmond Career and Technology agriculture students helped to renovate the rock pond at the National Wild Turkey Federation on April 3. Pictured are: Jarrett Mills, Padgett Sumner, Isreal Talbert, Madison Coleman, Clay Timmons, Chris Miller, James Seawright, Andrew Ball, Scott Sherman, John Autrey Yonce, Dexter Bowman, Kayce Locklair, Brittany Berry, Will Cheatham, Aries Ruelas and Brandon Holifeld.

• The following Area II teachers were recognized April 16 as their school's First Year Teacher of the Year: Kaylyn Bryant, North Augusta Elementary; Samantha Taylor, North Augusta High; and Sandra Zeller, North Augusta Middle.

• Francis Hugh Wardlaw Academy has earned accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement.

• The next early release date for Aiken County Public Schools is May 7.

• PASS testing will be administered May 7-9.

• Aiken County Public Schools next make-up day is May 26.

• Edgefield County School District will make up inclement weather days on May 26 and June 6.

• A Multi-Class Reunion for the 1952 to 1980 classes of Langley-Bath-Clearwater High School will be held Aug. 23 from 5 p.m. to midnight at the North Augusta Community Center, 495 Brookside Ave. Cost is $40 per person and dress is casual. Because of limited space, paid reservations must be received by June 15. Make payments payable to: The Multi-Class LBC Reunion. Mail paid reservations to The Multi-Class LBC Reunion, c/o Kathy D. New, 222 Patricia Drive, North Augusta, SC 29841. Call Mel Minitor at (803) 593-0355 or Kathy D. New at (803) 593-9842 for more information.

• The following pupils made the 100 Book Club: Kasandra Cruz, Gavin Herron, Trey Sutton and

Mikayla Jones.

• The following pupils were named to the Principal's Writing Board for April: Aiden Sheppard, kindergarten; Jasmine Stephens, first grade; Jordan Thomas, second grade; Ella Risse, third grade; Caryssa Harris-Luke, fourth grade; and Ashley Grant, fifth grade.

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

• The following pupils made the Double H Reading Club: Lydia Stewart, Sayde Dunaway, Jessica Jones, Lauren Lusk, Paden Quinn, Mackenzie Dees, Andrew Hudlow, Amber Devine and

Olivia Spivey.

• Domino's Night is
May 8.

• Student council is collecting items for the homeless through April 30. Suggested items that can be donated include: toothbrushes, baby wipes, toothpaste and deodorant.

• The following pupils made the 100 Book Club:

Zaylee Woods, Julian Beecham and Shaniya Butler.

200 Book Club: Britton Kate Jiunnies.

300 Book Club: Tessa Timmerman.

Page Master: Ivan Potapenko and Madelyn Jones.

Dolphin Readers Respond Book Club: Pencil Level: Allie Gardiner and

Sophia Romero.

Yearly goal: Tessa Timmerman.

• The following fourth graders were named PASS Scholars: Mariel Baker, Annsley Baxley, Austin Brown, Barrett Coleman, Hannah Cutshall, DaLee Gunter, Aidan Hadley, Jaivin Heera, Graham Morlan, Sean Olver-Serrano, Taloria Scott and Bobby Shelton.

• The following fifth graders were named PASS Scholars: Winter Appleton, Laura Bachelder, Grant Brown, Bryson Holton, Tiara Missey, Melissa Murph, Marshall Robinson, D.J. Shearhouse and Riley Wise.

• The following were elected FBLA state officers: Zane Stripling, state vice president for district 2, and Grace McClain, state parliamentarian.

• The transition fair for rising sixth-graders will be held Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

• The following PTO board positions are available to parents who will have a child attending North Augusta Middle during the 2014-15 school year: president and vice president-administrative. Those interested should contact Drenda Hardy at (803) 634-3838 by May 8.

• Pupils entering seventh grade are required to have the Tdap vaccine. The Department of Health and Environment Control will have a clinic at the school for current sixth graders on May 14.

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

Our Lady of Peace

• The Strawberry Festival will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the school’s soccer field. The festival will include a variety of items made with strawberries, Gurosik berries, games, inflatables, prizes, crafts, bake sale, Knights of Columbus Cookout and more.

• The transition fair for rising sixth-graders will be Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

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