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The Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Beaufort Academy planted a fall garden a few weeks ago, and it’s now starting to produce vegetables. The students planted lettuce, kale, broccoli, carrots, beans, and flowers. The PreK-4 class is seen with their beans.

BATTERY CREEK HIGH

• The Annual Miss Battery Creek High School Pageant will be held on Saturday, September 27 at 6 p.m. in the John McVey Performing Arts Center. There will be four young ladies competing for the title of Miss Battery Creek High School: Elizabeth Ford, Jasmine Middleton, La’Schirrae Morrall and Tinea Morris. The contestants will be judged in six categories. Tickets $5.

BEAUFORT ACADEMY

•   Thursday, Sept. 25: Town Hall Meeting and Open House for current parents

The Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Beaufort Academy planted a fall garden a few weeks ago, and it’s now starting to produce vegetables. The students planted lettuce, kale, broccoli, carrots, beans, and flowers. The PreK-4 class is seen with their beans.
The Pre-K and Kindergarten students at Beaufort Academy planted a fall garden a few weeks ago, and it’s now starting to produce vegetables. The students planted lettuce, kale, broccoli, carrots, beans, and flowers. The PreK-4 class is seen with their beans.

• Friday, Sept. 26: Orders are due for the school-wide Local Happiness fundraiser.  See the website for additional details.

• Save the Date: Wednesday, Oct. 8: BA is hosting Fields of Faith, a national Fellowship of Christian Athletes event, for the entire Beaufort community.  All are invited to attend from 6:45 to 8 p.m.

BEAUFORT HIGH

• The Beaufort High School Boys Basketball program will be hosting two skills clinics for boys in October for boys in grades 4-8.  These clinics will be at the Beaufort High gym from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Oct. 4, and Saturday Oct. 18. The cost of each clinic is $25. Anyone who registers before Sept. 29 will receive a free Beaufort Basketball T-shirt. For more information, contact Coach Livesay at 843-322-2000, nathan.livesay@beaufort.k12.sc.us.

LADY’S ISLAND MIDDLE

•  The end of the first quarter ends on October 20.  Report cards will be sent home October 23 followed by

All second graders from Bridges Prep went on a walking field trip to the downtown Beaufort Waterfront to view the marsh, the wetlands that inhabit fiddler crabs, blue crab, and Spartina grass among a landscape where children can explore, becoming an outdoor classroom for all.
All second graders from Bridges Prep went on a walking field trip to the downtown Beaufort Waterfront to view the marsh, the wetlands that inhabit fiddler crabs, blue crab, and Spartina grass among a landscape where children can explore, becoming an outdoor classroom for all.

parent-teacher conferences on Oct. 23 to Oct. 24.

•  Last Friday, September 19 was a PBIS Friday.  During Academic Arts periods for their respective grades, students were authorized to either watch a movie, play ping pong, basketball or other fun activates.

SCHOOL DISTRICT

• College Application Day: Beaufort County high school seniors will get one-on-one coaching as they prepare college applications on Thursday, Sept. 25, with help from guidance counselors, parents, community volunteers and representatives of colleges and universities. “College Application Day,” a joint project of the Beaufort County School District, the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education and the S.C. Department of Education, will provide coaching and advice to students at all five high schools as they fill out actual college applications online.

The students and teachers at Hobbit Hill Daycare in Shell Point celebrated the first day of fall, Tuesday, Sept. 23, by wearing jerseys and T-shirts from their favorite football teams. Go Team Hobbit Hill!
The students and teachers at Hobbit Hill Daycare in Shell Point celebrated the first day of fall, Tuesday, Sept. 23, by wearing jerseys and T-shirts from their favorite football teams. Go Team Hobbit Hill!

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