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It is the mission of Scotland County Schools to develop responsible, productive citizens by providing excellent education for its children through engaging instruction. Partnering with families and the community, we will ensure every child’s academic, social, emotional and physical needs are met in a safe, nurturing environment.
 
What's Happening in Scotland County Schools
Varsity football game rescheduled

Because of the projected inclement weather on Friday, the Varsity Football game will be played Thursday 10/2 at 7:00pm in Goldsboro.
 

 
Fun day of fitness at Covington Street



Students, staff, and administration from Covington Street Elementary School gathered before 7:30 am this morning to walk to school. Led by staff in bright yellow safety vests with police officers clearing the way, the group walked the two blocks to school to kick off their 'Walk to School Wednesdays' event.

Beginning October 1, each Wednesday (weather permitting), buses and parents have the option to drop students off with staff at Presbyterian Park and, as a group, walk to school. This local effort is in conjunction with the national Safe Routes to School's effort to encourage students to get active and to encourage healthy habits.

Once students arrived at school, they had the opportunity to participate in the Running Red Birds group that walks and runs laps around the playground area every morning. And during the day, students were able to learn about bike and pedestrian safety from the Laurinburg Fire Department. Through grant money provided by Safe Routes to School, each student also was given a new bike helmet to take home.

Way to get active and stay healthy Red Birds!


Click here to visit our Facebook page to see more pictures from the day's events.
 

 
Delta Omicron welcomes new teachers



'Thank you' to the Delta Omicron chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society for hosting their annual new teacher reception and classroom supply give-away. In addition to the reception and supply donation, the professional organization of women educators also, among other things, awards each year a Scotland County Schools senior a $500 scholarship. Thank you to the women of Delta Omicron for supporting our teachers and students!
 
Students 'GEARed UP' for college and career



Scotland County 'GEARed UP' for National GEAR UP week, September 22- 26.  Activities were planned at Scotland High School, Shaw Academy, Carver Middle, Spring Hill Middle,and Sycamore Lane Middle to help students focus on their academic, professional and personal goals. To learn more about GEAR UP and how to ensure that your student is college and career ready, click here to visit College Central's website. 
 

 
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