Gazette Class Notes for Nov. 19

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Gazette Class Notes for Nov. 19

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Published Monday, November 19, 2012   |  992 Words  |  

BATTERY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL

EVENTS

  • Cheerleading camp for first- through eighth-graders will be 11 a.m-1 p.m. Dec. 15 in the school gym. The camp will teach fundamentals of cheerleading and dance. Students will perform at the Beaufort High vs. Battery Creek High basketball game that night. The camp costs $25. Details: Lydia Williams, 843-522-5500, lydia.williams@beaufort.k12.sc.us
  • BEAUFORT ACADEMY

    EVENTS

  • Family and friends are invited to pre-kindergartners' and kindergartners' Thanksgiving play at 11 a.m. Tuesday. A feast will be served afterward.
  • BEAUFORT HIGH SCHOOL

    ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Congratulations to the students selected to be part of the South Carolina All-State Choir. Olivia Durbin and Zabriel Rivers will be in the mixed choir. Gabby Hayes, Shelby Morris and Ellie Muckenfuss were selected for the women's choir. Ivan Estrada made the men's choir.
  • EVENTS

  • Beaufort High School Voices Winter concert will be at 8 p.m. Nov. 28-29 at the school. The concert includes traditional favorites such as "Coventry Carol" and Christmas classics such as "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Proceeds from the concert will go toward helping the choir travel to the presidential inauguration in January. Tickets are $7. Details: bhsvoices@gmail.com
  • BEAUFORT MIDDLE SCHOOL

    ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Congratulations to the following eighth-graders who will be a part of the Junior Leadership Beaufort program: Mills Black, Sophia Bursch, John Cherry, Connor Clancy, Bryan Dadson, Jake Estrada, Perry Gallant, Walter Gnann, Dean Harris, Reagan Kilpatrick, Vanessa Madrid, Megan Merchant, Hannah Morrisey, Akasha Nelson, Caroline O'Hara, Nyjee Rivers, Kirstin Robinson, Ellis Snyder, Alexis Sommerville, Mary Claire Sumner, Jocelyn Thompson, Drameer Walker, Wilson Wallace, Anna Grace Waters and Khira Williams. The program teaches students about Beaufort's environment, economy, military, government and hospital system.
  • EVENTS

  • Chick-fil-A spirit night is 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday
  • HELPING HANDS

  • Sixth-graders are participating in the The Furniture Warehouse Design Gallery's annual coat drive. Slightly used coats and jackets are being collected by the students, and donations are appreciated. Prizes will be awarded to the homerooms that collect the most gently used coats and sweaters. Items collected will be distributed through HELP of Beaufort, thus aiding those residing in the Beaufort and Port Royal areas.
  • GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

    OTHER

  • The school is accepting applications for 2013 summer programs and the 2013-14 academic year. Applications are due Jan. 9, but those postmarked by Dec. 1 will have the application fee waived. Details: www.scgsah.org.
  • RIVERVIEW CHARTER SCHOOL

    OTHER

  • The school's board of directors is seeking nominations for board members for 2013. The deadline for nominations is Nov. 30, and nomination packets are available at the school. Details: etrask@riverviewcharterschool.org
  • ST. PETER CATHOLIC SCHOOL

    EVENTS

  • The PTO fundraiser spaghetti dinner is 5-6:30 p.m. Nov. 28. Details: 843-522-2163
  • Breakfast with Santa will be served 8:30-10 a.m. Dec. 1 in the Walsh Palmetto Room. Details: 843-522-2163
  • WHALE BRANCH MIDDLE SCHOOL

    ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Ten Whale Branch Middle students are elgible for the Duke University Talent Identification Program. Congrats to Jhonathan Diaz, Norman Kirkland, Xzavia Bryan, Chumna Miller, Jeremiah Washington, Gabrielle White, Jasmine Byson, Raja Jones, Alex Garner and Joy Green, who all scored in the 95th percentile or above on their MAP and/or PASS standardized tests last spring to qualify for the program. The Duke University Talent Identification Program is in its 33rd year of the seventh-grade talent search. Through the talent search, thousands of seventh-grade students in the United States have been identified based on standardized test scores and invited to take the ACT or SAT alongside college-bound 11th and 12th grade students. After taking the ACT or SAT, participants receive a results summary to help interpret their scores, gain an understanding of where they stand in relation to their gifted peers and determine what level of educational challenge is appropriate.
  • REUNIONS/ALUMNI

  • The Beaufort High School Class of 1958 Tidal Wave Breakfast Club meetings are at 9 a.m. on the first Saturday of each month at Golden Corral, 122 Robert Smalls Parkway. Details: 843-525-1822, 843-524-8903
  • Any member of the Battery Creek High School Class of 2003 interested in helping to organize a class reunion should contact Shayla Sanders at shayla327@gmail.com.