Meet your state finalists! The robotics team from the Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School (RCTCM) recently made it to the State finals. Participating students used their interest in cyber security programming and engineering to perform in previous competitions, taking them all the way to the finals. Students: Teresa Davenport, Christian Pettiford, Janei Atalig, Mikhail Cullars, Kayla Harmon, Kayla Hazel, Eli Lugo, Jared Holt, James Russell, Jacob Wespy, Noah Enoch, Trevor Williams, Alexius Doyle, Tobias Patterson.
The Spring Book Fair at Lamar-Milledge Elementary school included Auggie from the Greenjackets as the grand marshal, leading the parade as the students displayed their classrooms’ favorite book. Characters like Pete the Cate, Fancy Nancy, No David, and other colorful characters were present. Auggie has been the grand marshal for the last four years as he represents the start of the Greenjackets annual reading initiative. The parade encourages students to read during the summer and to continue to foster their love for reading.
Photography provided by Lamar-Milledge Elementary.
Students from across the Richmond County School System hosted and participated in the Gifted Pop-up Gallery, showcasing the gifted curriculum. Students displayed and discussed current projects that included artwork, poetry, and science experiments.
Westside High School hosted a college fair for students on March 29 to engage and interact with admissions and enrollment teams from universities including, the University of South Carolina, Mississippi State, Georgia Military College, Lander University, Columbus State University, and more.