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BEAUFORT ACADEMY

• Summer dates for Camp Make & Take have been set for July 8-12 and July 22-26, 9-11 a.m.  This is a FREE camp offered to northern Beaufort County teens focused on 3-D printer technology.  Please visit www.beaufortacademy.org, or call 843-524-3393, for more information.  Class sizes are limited,

ABOVE: Beaufort Academy’s 2013 Senior Tea, hosted by the BA Junior Class, was held at Coosaw Point Clubhouse on May 30.  This year marked the 45th year of the Senior Tea.  The tradition was initiated in 1969 when the BA Board of Directors’ wives hosted a tea for the women of the first graduating class. The special tea was their way of honoring these young women by sharing with them the southern tradition of gracious entertaining. In 1973, the Junior Class in conjunction with the Parents’ Association took over the event and continues to carry on the tradition to the present day. Pictured, left to right: Hope Keane, Charlotte Delfosse, Briley Langehans, Laura Roddey, Alondra Rodriguez, Megan DeBardelaben, Mary Catherine Carmody, Grace Stewart, Emily Hutchins. Photo by Susan DeLoach.
ABOVE: Beaufort Academy’s 2013 Senior Tea, hosted by the BA Junior Class, was held at Coosaw Point Clubhouse on May 30. This year marked the 45th year of the Senior Tea. The tradition was initiated in 1969 when the BA Board of Directors’ wives hosted a tea for the women of the first graduating class. The special tea was their way of honoring these young women by sharing with them the southern tradition of gracious entertaining. In 1973, the Junior Class in conjunction with the Parents’ Association took over the event and continues to carry on the tradition to the present day. Pictured, left to right: Hope Keane, Charlotte Delfosse, Briley Langehans, Laura Roddey, Alondra Rodriguez, Megan DeBardelaben, Mary Catherine Carmody, Grace Stewart, Emily Hutchins. Photo by Susan DeLoach.

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• Camp Eagle at Beaufort Academy is offering a variety of summer camps for ages 3-18 throughout June and July, ranging from Circus Camp, to different sports camps, to art camps, to SAT Prep.  The first camps begin as soon as June 17. Please visit www.beaufortacademy.org, or call 843-524-3393 for more information.

COOSA ELEMENTARY

• Spaces are still available for CAMP INVENTION at Coosa Elementary School. Take advantage of the Spring into Summer discount being offered right now.  Register at www.campinvention.org or contact Karyn Levesque at 322-6114 if you have any questions.  Camp dates are July 8- 11.

 

E.C. MONTESSORI

• E.C. Montessori School will continue their summer program and day care for children 18 months to 6 years old. The toddlers have regular Montessori lessons daily; the primary students (ages 3 – 6 yr.) will follow the theme

“Twist and Shout” with creative music, dance, yoga, and exercise during the second week June 10 – 14, and will learn about pirates in “Adventures on the High Seas” June 17 – 21, during week three.  There will be introductory Montessori exercises as part of the program.  Call the school at 525-1141 or come by at #15 Celadon Dr. on Lady’s Island.

On May 22, Sea Island Presbyterian Day School celebrated the 14th year of Pre Kindergarten graduations. Forty-four rising Kindergartners will be making their way into public and private school this fall. Congratulations and they will be greatly missed! Sea Island Presbyterian Day School is a half-day preschool program for children ages 16 months-PreK.
On May 22, Sea Island Presbyterian Day School celebrated the 14th year of Pre Kindergarten graduations. Forty-four rising Kindergartners will be making their way into public and private school this fall. Congratulations and they will be greatly missed! Sea Island Presbyterian Day School is a half-day preschool program for children ages 16 months-PreK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Michael Glaze (center), Lady’s Island Intermediate and Middle School teacher, won $100 for classroom supplies after his student, Brandon Cassidy (center left), entered him in the “Favorite Teacher” contest at Dr. Skeet Burris and Dr. Travis Fiegle’s practice Winning Orthodontic Smiles. Also pictured:  Janet Villalta and Ann Paige representing Winning Orthodontic Smiles, and Lady’s Island Intermediate & Middle School Principal Mrs. Mona Lisa Dickson.
Mr. Michael Glaze (center), Lady’s Island Intermediate and Middle School teacher, won $100 for classroom supplies after his student, Brandon Cassidy (center left), entered him in the “Favorite Teacher” contest at Dr. Skeet Burris and Dr. Travis Fiegle’s practice Winning Orthodontic Smiles. Also pictured: Janet Villalta and Ann Paige representing Winning Orthodontic Smiles, and Lady’s Island Intermediate & Middle School Principal Mrs. Mona Lisa Dickson.