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  • Our Vision

    Scotland County Schools will prepare students to be productive citizens in a global society.

    Our Mission

    The mission of Scotland County Schools is to serve and improve the life of ALL students by preparing them for the future in order to build and sustain a strong community.

    Our Core Values

    High Expectations:  Staff and student provide encouragement, hope, support and compassion to help foster success.

    Relationships: Verbal and nonverbal interaction among all stakeholders reflect open and honest communication.

    Accountability: Students and staff adhere to standards of professional practices and are accountable for their own actions, behaviors, and teach and learn within legal, ethical, and regulatory framework.

    Equity: Resources and supports are designed to eliminate barriers to achievement and opportunities.

    Safety: All individuals work and learn in a safe and respectful environment.

     


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  • Reaves Signs Letter of Intent

    On Friday, May 20th, 2022, Scotland High School Senior Patrick Reaves signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at Sandhills Community College. SCC Coach Mike Apple stated that Patrick will redshirt his first year. SHS Varsity Men's Basketball Coach, Micheal Malpass recognized Reaves for his talents and his desire to always give his best. As always...Go Scots!!!

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    SEarCH Grads Receive College Degrees
    On Friday, May 20th, 2022, Richmond Community College held a commencement ceremony. 33 Scotland Early College High School graduates received their Associate's Degree:
    Llaniyah Rose Allen, Ashtie Alisha Barzinji, Allyson Danielle Bryant, Samantha Nicole Collard, Hayley Madison Creed, Breah McKenzie Ellerbe, Jonathan Austin Gause, Sammarpreet Singh Goray, Cameron Gage Gorden, Kyrie Shea Griffin, Aaliyah Tatyana Hilliard, Elaina Ariel Howard, Mary Marjorie Jordan, Jessica Leann Lighthall, Matthew John Locklear, Jalayha Ashay Mackie-McGirt, Catherine Ann Macy, Alanna Danielle Mahar, Katherine Elizabeth McDavid, LaQuandra Salel McInnis, Keshawn Antonio McIntyre, Danny Tyler Oxendine, Matthew Michael Patterson, Joseph Hinson Peed, Erin Danielle Pruitte, Emily Paige Rader, Nathan Eli Ray, Adriana Marie Rodriguez Gonzalez, Ch’Tauna Traynese Rogers, Morgan Lynn Singletary, Jackson Tyler Smith, Elizabeth Lee Stack, and Haleigh Leeann Stubbs. Congratulations to the SEarCH 2022 Seniors on this achievement!
    For event photos click on the link below:
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  •  Good morning Community Partners, 

     

    RE: Closure of the Legion Post 50 site. Please see the updated information below:

     Good morning Community Partners, 

    This site was opened at a time when there was limited access to vaccines and testing. Vaccines, boosters, and testing are now available at several county locations! We encourage individuals to stay up to date with vaccines and boosters by making an appointment with us at the health department, 910-277-2440, or visiting Purcell Clinic, local medical provider's offices, and retail pharmacies! 

     

    Please direct people who need testing to their Medical Provider, Walgreens, Walmart, or Urgent Care and provide the Find COVID-19 Tests NC DHHS webpage link...https://covid19.ncdhhs.gov/FindTestsWe also encourage anyone who is symptomatic or exposed to persons who are symptomatic or tested positive for COVID-19 to seek testing and follow current quarantine and isolation guidelines.  For questions or concerns, please contact us at (910) 277-2440.

    COVIDTests.gov is now open for a third round of ordering. U.S. households are now able to order an additional eight free at-home tests at COVIDTests.gov

    People who have difficulty accessing the internet or need additional support placing an order can call 1-800-232-0233 (TTY 1-888-720-7489) to get help in English, Spanish, and more than 150 other languages—8 am to midnight ET, 7 days a week. For more information, visit: https://www.covidtests.gov
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  • NHS Holds Annual Ceremony

    The Scotland High School National Honor Society(NHS,) held its annual induction ceremony on Wednesday, May 18th at SHS. This year's Junior Class was installed and the outgoing Senior Class was recognized during the ceremony. SHS Principal, Brent Smith, shared his memories of becoming an NHS member in High School. Mr. Smith told the students that becoming a National Honor Society member is a lifetime memory for each one to cherish. For additional photos click on the link below:
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  • Congratulations to our SHS Junior Marshals who will serve at this year's Graduation 2022 Ceremony:
    Front Row: (L-R)
    Faith Locklear
    Lillian Wyland
    Naomi Goldson
    Averie Griffin
    Hailey Adams
    Sydnee Layne Dial
    Savanna Tunstall
    Heather Walters
    Alyssa Ferguson
    Carson Buie
    Emma Seals
    Mallory Justice
    Harley Locklear
    Ashley Whitfield
    Lauren Infinger
    Back Row (L-R)
    Hunter Huneycutt
    Turner Bounds
    Bradley Heider
    Nicholas Hamilton
    Dylan Tucker
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