School briefs: End of the year

All in the family
Senior Nathan Cheung was the last of six brothers to graduate from Beaufort Academy, bringing to a

Beaufort Academy senior Nathan Cheung is the last of six brothers to graduate from BA, concluding the Cheung family’s 26-year run at BA.

close the family’s 26-year run at the private school on Lady’s Island. Since the fall of 1986, when Calvin (’93) and Mitchell (’95) enrolled in 6th and 4th grades, respectively, Siu and Hoi Cheung have had at least one child at Beaufort Academy. Since then, Leon also attended and went on to graduate in ’03, followed by Andy in ’06, Kyle in ’09, and now Nathan in ‘12. They leave behind a legacy of leadership, academic success, athletic achievement, school spirit, and many years of friendships. Thank you Cheung Family for sharing so many years with BA!

Crazy Cooking Camp
Beaufort Academy’s Crazy Cooking Camp for 3-6 years old will be June 18-22 at the Beaufort Academy Kindergarten building from 9 a.m.  to 1 p.m. Pre-registration is required, so please call 843-524-3393. Cost is $150, or $275 for two children. Class will be taught by Mrs. Judi Babalis and Mrs. Heidi Richards.

Holiday Inn rewards LIES students with bikes
Lady’s Island Elementary would like to share a wonderful community partnership that took place at the

Patrick Myers and Megan Bono, students of Lady’s Island Elementary, won bikes during the fourth quarter from the Holiday Inn of Beaufort for their good behavior.

school this year, specifically how the Holiday Inn of Beaufort supported LIES’ Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports (PBIS) initiative. PBIS is one way that Lady’s Island Elementary recognizes students when they are making good choices in school. The Holiday Inn of Beaufort donated two bikes each academic quarter to present to two students who exhibited positive behaviors. Lady’s Island Elementary is so thankful for their ongoing support and dedication to Beaufort County Public Schools

Cutest tutor in town
Brody, the newest Tail Waggin’ Tutor at Beaufort Elementary owned by Nancy Woods, made his last visit to the Learning Commons before summer break. Brody has visited BES at least twice a week for the past few weeks to

Beaufort Elementary’s “Tail Waggin” tutor Brody makes his last visit to school to listen to second graders read. Here he’s being assisted by Darby James, Media Assistant.

listen to second graders read!

Riverview summer school hours
Through July 6, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Riverview will be open. Closed July 4. Due to the move, the school will be closed to visitors from July 9 until August 6. Any correspondence to the school during that time period should be emailed to the individual or to info@riverviewcharterschool.org. The school website will be updated throughout the summer with helpful information.  Please check there for your questions and calendar inquiries. As of July 16, the new mailing address will be 81 Savannah Highway, Beaufort, SC 29906.

Compiled by Tess Malijenovsky

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