RCS students recognized at June 2018 Board of Education meeting

RCSNC and the Board of Education (BOE) recognized several students at the June 2018 BOE meeting.

Mrs. Angel King recognized students that recently competed in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Junior American Citizens contest.

Damian Baynard, R-S Middle School – Short Story – 1st Place State, 1st Place Southeast Division, 1st Place National
Ben Carpenter, Rutherfordton Elementary School – Poem – 1st Place State
Mikaila Hall, Rutherfordton Elementary School – Stamp Design – 1st Place State
Grier Hodge, R-S Middle School – Photo Essay – 1st Place State
Brook Jarrell, Forrest Hunt Elementary School – Community Service – 1st Place State, 1st Place Southeast Division
Micaela Jones, Rutherfordton Elementary School – Poster – 1st Place State
Rain Mellon, Sunshine Elementary School – Poster – 1st Place State
Mia Pittman, Rutherfordton Elementary School – Short Story – 1st Place State
Faith Porter, Forrest Hunt Elementary School – Photo Essay – 1st Place State, 1st Place Southeast Division, 3rd Place National
Savannah Stone, Pinnacle Elementary School – Stamp Design – 1st Place State

DAR contest winners

Dr. Charlie Freeman recognized R-S Central High School students who received ACT WorkKeys Platinum Certification.

o James Baynard
o Taylor Bridges
o Greggory Cope
o Seth Griffin
o Kevin Keever
o Elijah Morrison
o Rachel Parker
o Stephanie Roach
o Rose Robertson
o Kristen Searcy
o Noah Thornton
o Madison Weast
o Caledh Wright
o Corine Barnes
o Victoria Dinh
o Audrey Gibbs
o Makayla Greene
o Taylor Hargett
o Jessica Howard
o Emma Hutchins
o Mayden McDaniel
o Christina Murphy
o Chloe Parton
o Kishan Patel
o Madison Pressley
o Amy Quesada
o Evan Revis
o William Scofield
o Zachary Scofield
o Olivia Turner
o Kedgren Ware

ACT WorkKeys Platinum Certification

RCSNC would like to congratulate these students on their outstanding accomplishments!