School Notes

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BATTERY CREEK HIGH 

• Congratulations to the following Battery Creek High School rising seniors for being elected officers of the student body:

Student Body President: Shelly Houge

Student Body Vice President: Kierra Grayson

Student Body Secretary: Morgan Doray

Student Body Treasurer: Shelby Puckett

Student Government Advisor is Mr. Michael Thompson.

 

BEAUFORT ACADEMY

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

• Fall sports pre-season practices have begun.  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 second week of summer camp for ages 3-6 begins Monday, June 16. 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

• Last Thursday, Lady’s Island Middle School held its first “Parent/Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. The school would like to thank the following businesses for their support: Dangerfield Inc.,  Holiday Inn & Suites (Albergotti Grill), Moondoggies Cafe, Suwan Thai Cuisine, Fat Patties Restaurant, Madness Fitness.

• The 2014-2015 Cheer Squad will be: Skyler Rodriguez, Kaylee Gedraitis, Sara Correll, Dominique Barnes, Alex Macis, Faith Houston, Haven Washington, Katherine Larrow, Zaryia Coaxum, Aby Freeman, Madysen Shelby, Sydney Weiland, Quiana Butler, Keatin Reichel, Bella Gregory, Emily Merritt, Kirra Hantske, Janie Yoskovich, Hailey Hughes, Madison Wyman, Jackson Nix, Macey Mullens, and Laney Patton.

• The Lady’s Island Middle Orchestra is now accepting new students for next year. No experience needed. Students in orchestra not only learn to play, but also learn how to read music. If you have a student who is interested in playing the violin, viola, cello, or string bass, please contact Mr. Roedig, chorus and orchestra teacher, at 322-3168 or by email geoffrey.roedig@beaufort.k12.sc.us.

The National French Honor Society of Beaufort High School held its induction ceremony at the Beaufort Bread Company recently. Membership to the Société Honoraire de Français is based on scholarship and is restricted to those students actively engaged in the study of French. To be eligible, candidates must have maintained an A average in French and a B average or higher in all other subjects. Congratulations to the newly inducted members and thank you to Ms. Stone, the owner of BBC, for providing the Society with such a delightful and relevant place to hold its ceremony. Ms. Stone speaks French, and served several French dishes for the event.  Pictured from left to right are: Madame Marshall, NFHS advisor; Austin Dyar, new member; Jonathan Boulon, NFHS treasurer; Robert Crumley, NFHS president ; Dmitry Shipsey, new member; Claire Haas, new member; Grace Pemberton, new member; Samantha McDaniel, NFHS secretary; Victoria Settlemire, new member; Kayley Gilbert, NFHS officer; Mary Margaret Achurch, new member; Rachael Scheper, new member.
The National French Honor Society of Beaufort High School held its induction ceremony at the Beaufort Bread Company recently. Membership to the Société Honoraire de Français is based on scholarship and is restricted to those students actively engaged in the study of French. To be eligible, candidates must have maintained an A average in French and a B average or higher in all other subjects. Congratulations to the newly inducted members and thank you to Ms. Stone, the owner of BBC, for providing the Society with such a delightful and relevant place to hold its ceremony. Ms. Stone speaks French, and served several French dishes for the event. Pictured from left to right are: Madame Marshall, NFHS advisor; Austin Dyar, new member; Jonathan Boulon, NFHS treasurer; Robert Crumley, NFHS president ; Dmitry Shipsey, new member; Claire Haas, new member; Grace Pemberton, new member; Samantha McDaniel, NFHS secretary; Victoria Settlemire, new member; Kayley Gilbert, NFHS officer; Mary Margaret Achurch, new member; Rachael Scheper, new member.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are teachers reading this summer?

Summer break means a lot of things to many people.  For a lot of teachers at Lady’s Island Middle School, it means opportunities to read books that they do not get during the school year.

•  Ms. Corbet (8th grade ELA)says, “I am going to read a lot! One book will be ‘Kedzie, Saint Helena Island Slave.’ I have to finish ‘America’s Longest Siege,’ and I have ‘Goldfinch’ after that.

• Ms. Burvenich will be reading through the entire “Divergent” series.

• Mr. Rodeig (Band) said, “ I just started reading David McCullough’s ‘Path Between the Seas.’”

• Ms. Smith, (Behavior Intervention) is going to digging into “A Day Late and A Dollar Short” by Terri McMillan.

• Reading Assistant Ms. Alexander is reading “The Invention of Wings” by Sue Monk Kidd, which is set in Charleston.

 

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