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Student Spotlight

Top Scholars - A Honor Roll - First 9 Weeks

Click here to view a list of all students who received this honor!

HOSA Competes in Leadership
Scotland High HOSA competed in District 4 Leadership Conference on Saturday November 19, 2016.  All the students did a wonderful job in representing Scotland High school. 

Maribel Reyes, Mariana Garcia, Aleagha Andrews, Angel Moore – 3rd place Hosa Bowl

Jordan McKeithan – Sports Medicine 4th place

Katlyn Davis, Jamareah McLean - Health Career Display 4th place

Anniya Davis - Health Career Photography 2nd place

The first image of the HOSA student competitors are:
Back Row:  Left to Right:  Matthew Lowery, Katlyn Davis, Jamareah McLean, Anniya Davis, Makayla Hall, Aleagha Andrews Front Row: Left to Right:  Briana Glover, Latoya Love, Maribel Reyes, Mariana Garcia, Angel Moore
The second photo of the HOSA Bowl winners with their medals are Left to Right:  Angel Moore, Mariana Garcia, Maribel Reyes, and Aleagha Andrews 


Pizza Inn Citizenship Award Recipients for November

Daquel Liles, Eva Beasley, Tyriek McLean, Nikki Grimsley, Jamie Chance, Lashae Taylor
Andrew Hartwell, and Gracie Woodside

Arby's Academic Award Recipients November 2016

Mirs Grace Ward, Beatrice Talesha Eddy, Justin Tobias Neese, Diana Elizabeth Sutherland, Willow Eliza Holman, Chloe Taylor Strickland, David John Pechumer, Destini Michaeia Bullard, Gregory David Regling

Brooke Bathie,  Not Pictured:  Timothy Gideon Williams and Kaylee Alyssa Miller



Master Beekeeper Visits Class

Jeff Stone, Master Beekeeper and owner of Wagram Apiary was guest speaker to 1st Block Agriscience class.  This program “capped” off a unit study of bees which included building and painting bee hives, “slinging” and bottling 40 pounds of cotton blossom honey and processing the wax into beeswax candles. Mr. Stone explained the importance of bees to the food supply in the world, the state and Scotland County.  Purple honey was also tasted which is a phenomenon in beekeeping and Scotland County is one of only three places in the United States where this honey can be harvested.  Check out a video of their experience!

The Honey Way

 

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