Photo above: Beaufort Academy’s Langdon Taylor and Vann Hefner have been nominated to attend the National Youth Leadership Forum, Pathways to STEM, an envision program to be held next summer. Both Langdon and Vann will be attending the program the week of July 23-28 in Atlanta at Agnes Scott College. NYLF Pathways to STEM is a unique learning experience for bright, forward-thinking elementary and middle school students who will evolve into next-generation innovators, engineers, doctors, software developers and scientists.
River Ridge students take part in litter pickup
A group of students from River Ridge Academy participated in a litter pickup day on Bluffton Parkway as part of the school’s partnership with Keep Beaufort County Beautiful, an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful Inc.
River Ridge Academy students made a commitment to remove litter from Bluffton Parkway four times per year through the Keep Beaufort County Beautiful Adopt-A-Highway program.
“We are so proud of the students for their commitment to their community,” said Caroline Jordan, Keep Beaufort County Beautiful coordinator.
The partnership’s success comes in two parts – the students are able to learn about community service and civic engagement, and the parkway remains litter-free and safe for Beaufort County residents.
To get involved with Keep Beaufort County Beautiful, call 843-255-2734.