School Notes


• Sunday, Dec. 23: Alumni Basketball Game at 4 p.m. Alumni who are interested in playing should contact Bethany Byrne at 843-524-3393.  Free admission — come to cheer them on!  You can check BA’s Facebook page for roster updates.

• Sunday, Dec. 23: Alumni social at 5 p.m., after the basketball game, at the home of Chilton and Heath Simmons.  Cost is $10. For more information, please contact Rebecca Bass at 843-524-3393, or visit www.beaufortacademy.org.


• A grammar school play based on Leo Tolstoy’s short story “Where Love Is, There God is Also” is open to the public at two performances, Wednesday Dec. 19 at 6 p.m. and Thursday, Dec. 20 at 10 a.m.

• Last day of school, before the Christmas holidays is December 21.

• Students are observing the “Twelve (school) Days of Christmas” with gifts each day.


• Middle School Job Shadowing

Wanted: Individuals and businesses willing to host middle school students for our Middle School Job

Mrs. Akers’ Fourth Grade Class starting Weather Observations with their spiral wind vanes figuring out which way the wind blows outside of Riverview Charter School.

Shadowing Day February 14, 2013. If you or someone you know would be willing to have either an individual or small group of our middle school students shadow you at your job for an hour or two, please contact Patience Gordon. Middle schoolers have diverse interests in careers. Some careers of interest include veterinarians, mechanics, estheticians, computer programming, law, various medical professions, the military, the fine arts, sports, DNR, clothing design, and many more!

• Dec. 21 – Jan. 1: No School, Winter Break.

Send school happenings to theislandnews@gmail.com.

RIGHT: Elementary students from E. C. Montessori & Grade School planted trees donated by Clemson Extension on Arbor Day. Pictured are Payton Utsey, Mallory Horn and Paco Eby after planting one of the trees.
Kindergartners aKaylani Kaufman and Sailor Jordan perform during the Christmas strings program at E. C. Montessori on Monday, Dec. 10. Students played several holiday classics with cellos, violas and violins.

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