What's Happening in Scotland County Schools
SEarCH celebrates graduates
On Saturday morning, with bagpipes leading the way, Scotland Early College High School's largest graduating class made their way to the stage to receive their diplomas. Of the 50 students graduating, 43 also earned a Richmond Community College associate degrees as part of the SEarCH program.
Congratulations and best wishes to all!
To view Co-Valedictorian, Supreet Goraya's graduation speech, click here.
To view Co-Valedictorian, Erin Zhang's graduation speech, click here.
For more photos from the event, visit our district Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ScotlandCountySchools
Beginning Teacher End-of-Year Celebration
Our Beginning Teacher Program sure has a lot to celebrate! Our teachers that are in the BT program have just finished their first, second, or third year teaching and we are so proud of the amazing job that they've done. We are honored that these outstanding educators have chosen to work in our district. Thank you for the difference you have already made in our students' lives and thank you for helping us 'grow greatness' here in Scotland County.
SHS inducts ACT/SAT Wall of Fame members
ACT Wall of Fame Inductees
SAT Wall of Fame Inductees
On Friday, May 13, Scotland High School honored some of its best and brightest during its annual McDonalds ACT/SAT Wall of Fame ceremony. To be added to the ACT Wall of Fame, a student must have a minimum score of 21 on the ACT. To be recognized as a SAT Wall of Fame member, a student must have scored a minimum of 1500 on the College Board test.
Click here to view the program and for a complete listing of students that were recognized.
SHS announces Junior Marshals
Congratulations to the twenty-six Scotland High School students who were named Junior Marshals on Friday. These students represent the top 10% of their class and all have at least a 4.0 GPA.
The 2016 Junior Marshals are: Brooke Bathie, Alley Bonds, Caroline Bounds, Destini Bullard, Charles Ciarrocca, Caleb Collins, Raeanna Cowan, Jordan Danford, Shane Dubbs, Camryn Ellis, Kyle Ferrell, Bien German, Natalie Gover, Jenna Grant, Anna Griswold, Alexis High, Daniel Johnson, Margaret Laviner, Hailey Morrison, David Pechumer, Zachary Radford, Jadelyn Ray, Gregory Regling, Omega Roberson, Rebecca Thompson, and Isabella Whitehead.
SEarCH awards seniors
Friday the 13th certainly wasn't an unlucky day for Scotland Early College High School seniors. SEarCH held its annual Senior Awards Day program on Friday, May 13 and recognized it's graduating students for their academic achievements and community contributions. To date, SEarCH seniors have been awarded almost $300,000 in scholarships and awards. This marks the highest amount ever for SEarCH graduates.
Congratulations to all the recipients!
Click here to view the program and the listing of students recognized during the event.
Also visit our district's Facebook page by clicking here to view more photos from Awards Day.
Advertisement of Sealed Bid Sale with Upset Bid of Surplus Real Property Owned by Scotland County Board of Education
WHEREAS, the former Washington Park Elementary School (“Washington Park”) was found to be unnecessary or undesirable for continued public school purposes, and was thereby deemed surplus property pursuant to G.S. 115C-518(a), by resolution of the Scotland County Board of Education (“Board”) on January 11, 2016; and
WHEREAS, North Carolina General Statute 160A-268 permits the Board to sell real property by advertisement and sealed bid; and North Carolina General Statute 160A-269 permits an upset bid, after receipt of an offer for the property; and the Board, by resolution adopted January 11, 2016, authorized sealed bid sale(s) with upset bid(s) as set forth below:
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