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State Testing begins Friday, 1/13/16
Be sure to take a relaxing bath or shower, get a good night's rest, eat a well-balanced breakfast, and come prepared and on time! Show how hard you have worked this semester!
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Top Scholars - A Honor Roll - First 9 Weeks
Click here to view a list of all students who received this honor!
HOSA Competes in Leadership
Scotland High HOSA competed in District 4 Leadership Conference on Saturday November 19, 2016. All the students did a wonderful job in representing Scotland High school.
Maribel Reyes, Mariana Garcia, Aleagha Andrews, Angel Moore – 3rd place Hosa Bowl
Jordan McKeithan – Sports Medicine 4th place
Katlyn Davis, Jamareah McLean - Health Career Display 4th place
Anniya Davis - Health Career Photography 2nd place
The first image of the HOSA student competitors are:
Back Row: Left to Right: Matthew Lowery, Katlyn Davis, Jamareah McLean, Anniya Davis, Makayla Hall, Aleagha Andrews Front Row: Left to Right: Briana Glover, Latoya Love, Maribel Reyes, Mariana Garcia, Angel Moore
The second photo of the HOSA Bowl winners with their medals are Left to Right: Angel Moore, Mariana Garcia, Maribel Reyes, and Aleagha Andrews
Pizza Inn Citizenship Award Recipients for December 2016
Josh Outlaw, Quanzia Staton, Isaiah Dockery, Robert Trace Chavis, Aaliyah Dowden
Not pictured are: Darren McCall, Tyteia Williams,Mariah McRae
Arby's Academic Award Recipients December 2016
Dawson Stanley McQueen, Makenna Katherine Mitchell, Zariah Simone Ocean, Grant Caleb Burleson, Grace Locklear, Ashley Marie McGugan, Kayla Anne Hendrix, Kadelyn Kiara Ray, Shane Michael Dubbs,Margaret Abigail Laviner
The single picture is: Zachary Ross Radford, Not pictured: Emma Grace Aycock
FFA December Meeting Inspires Healthy Eating
The December meeting of the Scotland FFA was Wednesday, the 13th in room 114 at 3:00 pm. Eva Beasley opened the meeting in official ceremonies. A video of the National FFA convention in Indianapolis Indiana was shown as the Scotland FFA received national recognition in the National Chapter Awards. Ms. Beasley then introduced Ms. Ella Lawless, FoodCorps service member for Scotland County. Ms. Lawless presented a program on healthy snacks for Christmas. Members were divided up in groups to create two types of salad dressing and harvest fresh food from the Scotland High School greenhouse. Fresh chives, tomatoes and four types of leaf lettuce were harvested for the healthy snacks. Members prepared the food and dressing and tasted the snacks.
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