Clover student earns award at S.C. State Fair

October 23, 2013 

Clover FFA student wins state fair honor

Tripp Bolin, a Clover High School sophomore, with his heifer Niclo Shout Carly, won Reserve Junior Champion at the recent South Carolina State Fair.

The animal was his heifer project for the year and he sold her at the show. She earned him $2,100 for college and will now be a dairy cow on a local farm.

Tripp is an active member of the school’s FFA, Future Farmers of America Club.

YMS students chosen for York County honor choir

Sixteen York Middle School eighth-grade chorus students auditioned earlier this month for the York County Honor Choir, and 15 were selected.

Two of the students, Kelci Hershberger and Jacob Southard, had the highest alto and baritone scores of all who tried out, both scoring 27 out of a possible 28 points.

These students, along with the students selected from five Rock Hill middle schools, will perform in a concert on Feb. 28.

The York students are: Rhaemy Koran, Dezzi Davis, Destinee Carter, Rose Xiong, Kelci Hershberger, Lee Holcombe, Jacob Southard, Noah Arnold, Katelyn Vanover, Logan Brandon, Joy Lin, Savannah Eller, Crystal Vue, Rush Johnston and Alyssa Williams.

Culinary students create art with bread dough

Students in the culinary arts program at York’s Floyd D. Johnson Technology Center hosted a school luncheon last week with an African theme.

In addition to the luncheon, the students made African face masks using bread dough. The masks, in a variety of shapes and colors, were on display at the luncheon.

York schools seeking disabled children who need services

The York School District is looking for children with disabilities who need services and who are not currently in a York public school program.

The district provides programs for children ages 3 to 21 with the following disabilities: preschool children with disabilities, intellectual disabilities, specific learning disability, emotional disability, speech or language impairment, deaf and hard of hearing, deaf-blindness, autism, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, vision impairment, traumatic brain injury, and children with multiple disabilities.

Screening clinics will be conducted monthly. Appointments may be scheduled by calling 803-684-1905 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.

CHS plans Christmas craft show

The Clover High School’s Student Council will present its 19th annual Christmas Craft Show from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23. Concessions will be available throughout the day. Interested vendors can visit the school website for an application form.

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