SCS recognizes students, staff


Destiny Horne and Kaleb McLaurin of Hobbton High School were honored for being selected to attend Governor’s School, a summer program intellectually gifted students. Not pictured is Samantha Sessoms, a student at Lakewood High School. (See related story on A1)


The Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School Battle of the Books team were honored by the Sampson County Board of Education at their April meeting for winning the Sampson County Middle School Battle of the Books and for placing fourth in regional competition.


The Midway District Bands were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. Three Midway Middle School students were recognized for being named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Pictured are Luke Hazlebeck, Shakira Lopez and Abby Williams.


Seven students from Midway High School were also named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Five of those Midway High School students were also eligible to audition for the All-State Band. The students recognized include Kristine Kolakowski, Stephen Carroll, Dylan Hickok, Ryan Godwin, Mackenzie Chavis, Zach Warren, and Brayden Coats.


Custodians from Hobbton Elementary School, Debbie Hobbs and Gary Kirby, and Plain View Elementary School, Wanda Edwards, John Johnson, and Wendall Newkirk, were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting for being selected, in a tie vote, as the Custodial Team of the Semester.


Students and teachers from Hobbton Middle School were recognized for participation in the Think Through Math Program. The school qualified as one of the Elite Eight in the nation. Pictured representing the school is Wendy Bryant, HMS teacher.


Destiny Horne and Kaleb McLaurin of Hobbton High School were honored for being selected to attend Governor’s School, a summer program intellectually gifted students. Not pictured is Samantha Sessoms, a student at Lakewood High School. (See related story on A1)

The Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School Battle of the Books team were honored by the Sampson County Board of Education at their April meeting for winning the Sampson County Middle School Battle of the Books and for placing fourth in regional competition.

The Midway District Bands were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. Three Midway Middle School students were recognized for being named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Pictured are Luke Hazlebeck, Shakira Lopez and Abby Williams.

Seven students from Midway High School were also named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Five of those Midway High School students were also eligible to audition for the All-State Band. The students recognized include Kristine Kolakowski, Stephen Carroll, Dylan Hickok, Ryan Godwin, Mackenzie Chavis, Zach Warren, and Brayden Coats.

Custodians from Hobbton Elementary School, Debbie Hobbs and Gary Kirby, and Plain View Elementary School, Wanda Edwards, John Johnson, and Wendall Newkirk, were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting for being selected, in a tie vote, as the Custodial Team of the Semester.

Students and teachers from Hobbton Middle School were recognized for participation in the Think Through Math Program. The school qualified as one of the Elite Eight in the nation. Pictured representing the school is Wendy Bryant, HMS teacher.

Destiny Horne and Kaleb McLaurin of Hobbton High School were honored for being selected to attend Governor’s School, a summer program intellectually gifted students. Not pictured is Samantha Sessoms, a student at Lakewood High School. (See related story on A1)
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Gov-School.jpgDestiny Horne and Kaleb McLaurin of Hobbton High School were honored for being selected to attend Governor’s School, a summer program intellectually gifted students. Not pictured is Samantha Sessoms, a student at Lakewood High School. (See related story on A1)

The Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School Battle of the Books team were honored by the Sampson County Board of Education at their April meeting for winning the Sampson County Middle School Battle of the Books and for placing fourth in regional competition.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_BOB.jpgThe Roseboro-Salemburg Middle School Battle of the Books team were honored by the Sampson County Board of Education at their April meeting for winning the Sampson County Middle School Battle of the Books and for placing fourth in regional competition.

The Midway District Bands were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. Three Midway Middle School students were recognized for being named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Pictured are Luke Hazlebeck, Shakira Lopez and Abby Williams.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Band_Middle.jpgThe Midway District Bands were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting. Three Midway Middle School students were recognized for being named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Pictured are Luke Hazlebeck, Shakira Lopez and Abby Williams.

Seven students from Midway High School were also named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Five of those Midway High School students were also eligible to audition for the All-State Band. The students recognized include Kristine Kolakowski, Stephen Carroll, Dylan Hickok, Ryan Godwin, Mackenzie Chavis, Zach Warren, and Brayden Coats.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Midway-High.jpgSeven students from Midway High School were also named to the Southeastern District All-District Band. Five of those Midway High School students were also eligible to audition for the All-State Band. The students recognized include Kristine Kolakowski, Stephen Carroll, Dylan Hickok, Ryan Godwin, Mackenzie Chavis, Zach Warren, and Brayden Coats.

Custodians from Hobbton Elementary School, Debbie Hobbs and Gary Kirby, and Plain View Elementary School, Wanda Edwards, John Johnson, and Wendall Newkirk, were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting for being selected, in a tie vote, as the Custodial Team of the Semester.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Cleanest-School.jpgCustodians from Hobbton Elementary School, Debbie Hobbs and Gary Kirby, and Plain View Elementary School, Wanda Edwards, John Johnson, and Wendall Newkirk, were recognized at the April Board of Education meeting for being selected, in a tie vote, as the Custodial Team of the Semester.

Students and teachers from Hobbton Middle School were recognized for participation in the Think Through Math Program. The school qualified as one of the Elite Eight in the nation. Pictured representing the school is Wendy Bryant, HMS teacher.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_Math.jpgStudents and teachers from Hobbton Middle School were recognized for participation in the Think Through Math Program. The school qualified as one of the Elite Eight in the nation. Pictured representing the school is Wendy Bryant, HMS teacher.
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