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Four Clover High School students recently received letters of acceptance to the South Carolina Governors School for Science and Math.
Clover author Dori Sanders will be a featured presenter at the 17th annual SC Book Festival that will be held Friday-Sunday, May 17-19, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.
The York County Farm Bureau will offer a $1,000 annual scholarship to a local student pursuing higher education in agriculture or a related field. The scholarship, divided into $500 per semester, will be awarded after the completion of a first semester at a four-year school of higher education.
About 60 sixth-graders at York’s Hickory Grove-Sharon Elementary School presented their historical fiction musical, “Hatshepsut, Queen of Denial” to parents on Thursday.
A $62,500 Duke Energy grant to York schools will enable at least 250 students to take a minimum of two dual credit courses during high school, officials said Monday.
Ashley Blackwood, a senior at York Comprehensive High School, will receive a $1,600 educational scholarship from GFWC-York County Womans Club.
Clover High School teacher Frank Falls and his team drove to Memphis during spring break to deliver a $75,000 check to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
McKayla Adams of York received a $1,000 scholarship from Family Trust Federal Credit Union during the credit unions annual meeting April 9 at the Baxter Hood Center in Rock Hill.
Rob Wallace, a Clover native, has been selected by the Clover school board to fill the unexpired term of the late Barbara Parrish. The seat represents an area of the district south of S.C. 49 and along the S.C. 274 corridor.
The Clover High School Student Council received the Gold Level Honor Council Award at the 65th annual Association of Student Councils State Convention in Pawley’s Island March 8 to 10.