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Scotland County Schools....Glimpses of Greatness! Scotland County Schools are growing great leaders...even future presidents!  Click here and check out this video of our own 'Kid President', Gabriel Jones. Gabriel is a 5th grade student at Laurel Hill Elementary School. With the help of his 4th grade teacher, Misty Peed, they produced this awesome back to school video. Great job Gabriel and Mrs. Peed!
 
What's Happening in Scotland County Schools
IEJ's Jet Academy SOARS towards success



IEJ's 'Jet Academy' inaugural members are dressed for success and ready to SOAR! The Jet Academy is a new initiative at IEJ this year in which young men in 4th and 5th grade are tapped to be leaders in their school and to set the tone for academic and behavioral success. Every Wednesday, these students will be dressing for success as well as meeting with community leaders that will serve as mentors. Pictured with IEJ teacher, Mr. Charles Nabors and principal, Dr. Mary Hemphill are students Lamonte' Cousar, Jahri Brown, Dejuan Bethea, Braxton Campbell, and Sean Harris.

 



 

Fantastic First Day of School

By all accounts, the first day of school was one of the best ones yet!  Enjoy some scenes from schools around our district.



And to view even more pictures from the first day of school, click here to visit our district Facebook page.
 
Convocation 2015 - 'Greatness Begins with a Dream'



The auditorium at Scotland High School was full of administrators, teachers, and staff on Friday morning, August 21 for Convocation and to celebrate the start of the 2015-16 school year. The program began by recognizing all of our school-level Teachers of the Year and announcing our district Teacher of the Year -  Wenona Mishue (Spring Hill Middle Schools), Teacher Assistant of the Year - Myra Bartell (Laurel Hill Elementary School), Principal of the Year - Chuck Dulin (South Scotland Elementary School), and Assistant Principal of the Year - Laura Bailey (South Scotland Elementary School). 

Superintendent, Dr. Ron Hargrave, challenged staff to inspire our students to dream and reminded us that every child is only one adult away from being successful.  Retired educator, Annie Cureton, was the keynote speaker for the event. She entertained as well as encouraged the staff
to make the most of their time with their students this year, knowing from experience the impact that can come with working in a school. 

At the end of the program, Dr. Hargrave reminded staff that we are a school system, not simply a system of schools, and that together, we can achieve anything - We Are Family!



You can also click on the link to read more about the event in the Laurinburg Exchange:  'Convocation 2015'.
 





 
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