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BATTERY CREEK HIGH 

• Battery Creek High School will honor parents on Thursday, May 29 at 7 p.m. Parents are invited to attend the ceremony beginning in the McVey Performing Arts Center, to be followed by a reception in the BCHS cafeteria. Call 322-5500 for more information.

• The BCHS Class of 2014 will hold graduation practice at 8 a.m. on Friday, May 30 in the gym. Graduation practice will be held on Monday June 2, following the 7:30 a.m. Senior Breakfast. Seniors planning to participate in the commencement exercises must attend both practices. For more information, call 322-5500.

BEAUFORT ACADEMY

•   Thursday, May 29: BA summer hours, office will be open, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Congratulations to Beaufort Academy 8th grader, Alex Mazzeo. This week, based on his success at the 2014 USODA Team Trials, The United States Optimist Dingy Association offered Alex an invitation to represent the United States this summer at the 2014 Topsport Vlaanderen Regatta. Alex is second from the right with the U.S. team in Holland.
Congratulations to Beaufort Academy 8th grader, Alex Mazzeo. This week, based on his success at the 2014 USODA Team Trials, The United States Optimist Dingy Association offered Alex an invitation to represent the United States this summer at the 2014 Topsport Vlaanderen Regatta. Alex is second from the right with the U.S. team in Holland.

• Monday, June 2: Fall sports pre-season practices begin.  Contact the coach (available on the BA website) or the front office at 843-524-3393 for more information.

• Sign up today!  Beaufort Academy’s first week of summer camp for ages 3-6 begins Monday, June 2. BA is also offering Boys Basketball camps the week of July 21 for boys in grades 3-8!  Camps are open to the community.  Contact us at 843-524-3393 or visit www.beaufortacademy.org.

LADY’S ISLAND MIDDLE

• Volunteer appreciation dinner will be Thursday, May 29.

• Cheerleading tryouts will be held Friday, May 30, 3 p.m. All information and registration will be done through Ms. Sarah Hibbard.  She can be reached at 843-322-3100 or at sarah.hibbard@beaufort.k12.sc.us.

• The Beaufort Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa (professional teacher’s sorority) awarded LIMS School Counselor Kim Brown a scholarship for her to continue her education.  This award was presented at the last faculty meeting.

Lady’s Island Middle School recently held a Spring Carnival.  There were games and activates, food and lots of prizes. Art teacher Ms. Rooney is seen above painting the face of a young participant.
Lady’s Island Middle School recently held a Spring Carnival. There were games and activates, food and lots of prizes. Art teacher Ms. Rooney is seen above painting the face of a young participant.

PARK UNIVERSITY

• Patrick J. Griffin, Jr. has been selected as the 2014 Outstanding Graduate of the Park University Beaufort Campus Center.  A summa cum laude graduate with a perfect 4.0 grade point average, he has been named to the Dean’s List every term. Being named Outstanding Graduate recognizes not only his academic achievements, but also his leadership contributions to the university and participation in a variety of community and professional activities.

SC Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics held the 2014 Academic Awards Ceremony on Sunday, May 18 in Columbia. John Mathai, pictured second from left, a rising senior from Cat Island in Beaufort was the recipient of the R.I.T. (Rochester Institute of Technology) Innovation Award and Scholarship. At far right is Dr. Murray Brockman, president of the school.
SC Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics held the 2014 Academic Awards Ceremony on Sunday, May 18 in Columbia. John Mathai, pictured second from left, a rising senior from Cat Island in Beaufort was the recipient of the R.I.T. (Rochester Institute of Technology) Innovation Award and Scholarship. At far right is Dr. Murray Brockman, president of the school.