Friday Memo November 21, 2014

November 20th, 2014

Langston student Caden Nelson is hosting an Ornaments4Orphans tree at the school.
People from Rwanda, Uganda, and Kenya created the ornaments we are selling. Buying an ornament enables them to provide for their families. They are able to pay rent, put food on their tables, pay their children’s school fees, purchase medicine, and other necessities which improve their overall standard of living.
Ornaments are on sale beside the main office. Choose the ornament you want and pay at the front desk. Each ornament is $10 and paperbead necklaces are $20.
Langston students can earn up to 2 hours of Community Service for buying ornaments.

Please bring in your old newspapers for Michaela Raven’s project. There are several rescued puppies in need of them. There are boxes by the front door and the drop off door. Every foot of bundled paper equals 1 hour of community service.

Sports News from Coach Deas
Your 2014 Langston Chargers boys’ basketball team kicked off the regular season with a victory over Spartanburg Day on Friday Nov. 14 at Rocky Creek. The Chargers posted a 28-24 win over the visiting team. Javon Douglas led all scorers with 8 points, with Cole Holliday chipping in 6, Luke Calvert, Grant Dowis, and Kai Dowden scoring 4 each. The Charger defense was key to keeping the Griffons from rallying late in the fourth quarter.

The LCMS boys’ team traveled Tuesday to play Lead Charter. What looked to be a challenging game due to the size of the team, the Chargers started the game quickly with the first basket off the tip and continued to run the floor and out score Lead 12-8 in the first quarter with Cole Holliday providing half of the Chargers points. The second quarter saw the Charges defensive effort, rebounding, and scoring continue as the team outscored Lead 15 – 6 to take a halftime lead of 27-14. The depth of the team showed as every player got in the game and contributed to another victory. The Chargers defense and fast breaks allowed them to defeat Lead by a final score of 54-35. Javon Douglas led the way with 16 points, with Sam Johns and Cole Holliday each scoring 8 points, also contributing was Grant Dowis with 6, Krys Simms and Caden Nelson with 4 each, and CJ Farr and Luke Calvert with 3 each.

The Chargers host Spartanburg Prep on Thursday Nov. 20 and will host Bob Jones Academy Monday Nov. 24 at Rocky Creek – 5:15. Please continue your support of the team; the boys appreciate the crowds!

Friday Memo November 14, 2014

November 14th, 2014

The lottery will be on Thursday, November 20, 2014, at 5:00pm. The results will be posted on the front door immediately after, and they will remain up for 1 week.

Message From The Langston Foundation:

What a great way to celebrate Langston’s 10th Anniversary with a Brick Paver, professionally inscribed with your student(s) name, family name, in honor of, or dedicated to, at the front entrance of our school. Order forms are available at www.langstoncharter.org Brick Paver Project link. Order by December 15th to have your paver professionally engraved in January.

Take Out Lunch Volunteers
We are in need of 2 volunteers on Tuesdays and Fridays. Please email Kristie Thome at kthome13@outlook.com if you are interested in helping.

Athletic News – article submitted by June Deas
There’s been some confusion about our students participating in sports at their zoned high school. If a sport is not offered at Langston, students can participate in that sport at their zoned high school. The necessary forms, which must be signed by Mr. Abel, can be found on the Athletic Forms page of the Greenville County School website. Langston offers the following sports, Girls’ and Boys’ Soccer, Girls’ and Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ and Boys’ Cross Country, Girls’ Volleyball and co-ed Golf. Students interested in these sports are only eligible to participate at Langston, not their zoned high school.

Boys’ Basketball – article submitted by Coach Deas
The LCMS Chargers boys’ basketball team started the season this past weekend at the Spartanburg Day Shootout. The Chargers played the Greenville Hurricanes,
Spartanburg Prep, Spartanburg Day, Oakbrook Academy and Laurens Academy. The Chargers benefited off the court by forming team chemistry throughout the day, and it showed by winning each of the five contests. Good defensive pressure and low turnovers accounted for the wins. The Chargers are looking forward to this week’s conference opener at home, against Spartanburg Day. Home games are played at Rocky Creek Baptist Church, boys at 3:30, girls at 4:30. Please come out and support the Langston basketball teams this season!

Girls’Basketball – article submitted by Coach Woodard
The girls team opened their season this past Saturday with the Griffin Shoot Out at Spartanburg Day School. They played 5 shortened games and went 4-1, only losing to Laurens Academy in the last game of the day. The girls defeated two of Spartanburg Day’s teams, Spartanburg Prep, and Oakbrook Academy. Several returning players stepped up and showed just how much they have improved, and the new players got a chance to get their feet wet. It was a great beginning to the season, and provided the team with a chance to see what is working and what improvements will need to be made as the season goes on.

Season opener this Friday at Rocky Creek Baptist Church, boys’ play at 3:30, girls’ at 4:30. Come out cheer on our Chargers!

Mr. Black has recently been going through some medical treatments. Some moms have volunteered to cook him healthy meals and make smoothies. If you would like to donate towards the purchase of the ingredients, please put cash only in an envelope with Mr. Black’s name on the front. Drop it off at the front desk and we will pass it on to the shoppers.

Friday Memo November 7, 2014

November 6th, 2014

Ornaments for Orphans…We have a Christmas tree in the lobby decorated with handmade ornaments and necklaces. All the decorations are for sale with proceeds going to orphan children living in Africa. Ornaments are $10.00 each and necklaces are $20.00 each.

Message From The Langston Foundation:

What a great way to celebrate Langston’s 10th Anniversary than with a Brick Paver inscribed with your student(s) name, family name, in honor of, or dedicated to, at the front entrance of our school. Orders forms are available at www.langstoncharter.org Brick Paver Project link. Order by December 15th to have your paver professionally engraved in January.

One of our parents, Mr. Karpinski, has developed a Langston app for the iPhone and for the Blackberry. There was an email sent home on Thursday, November 6th with more information. Thank you Mr. Karpinski for our own Langston app!

Thank you Trey Gowdy for visiting with some of our students today and answering their questions about C-span.

Friday Memo October 31, 2014

October 31st, 2014

No School on Tuesday, November 4th. It is Election Day.

Ornaments for Orphans…We have a Christmas tree in the lobby decorated with handmade ornaments and necklaces. All the decorations are for sale with proceeds going to orphan children living in Africa. Ornaments are $10.00 each and necklaces are $20.00 each.

Thank you to everyone who came to the airport on Tuesday evening to welcome home the Honor Flight veterans. Stop by the lobby to watch the dvd Ms. Cannon made of her trip.

Message From The Langston Foundation:

What a great way to celebrate Langston’s 10th Anniversary than with a Brick Paver inscribed with your student(s) name, family name, in honor of, or dedicated to, at the front entrance of our school. Orders forms are available at www.langstoncharter.org Brick Paver Project link. Order by December 15th to have your paver professionally engraved in January.

Please join/support our Run4Life team, LANGSTON LOVES LISA, to honor our school’s founder and lung/breast cancer survivor, Lisa Stevens, on November 8!

Students will receive 3 community service hours.

Follow the link in today’s email to visit your team web page.

We will be doing a toy drive for Toys for Tots again this year. Stay tuned for more information.

The deadline to accept applications for the lottery is Monday at 4:00 pm.

Friday Memo October 24, 2014

October 24th, 2014

Honor Flight…There is another Honor Flight on Tuesday, October 28!!! Please come to GSP around 7:30 that evening to welcome home our heroes from WWII and Korea. For more information on Honor Flight go to www.honorflightupstatesc.com. Students will earn community service hours for participating.

Halloween Bash…We still need small water bottles, small bags of chips and individually wrapped candy for our Halloween Bash. Bring them to the front office please. The party is October 31st, 4-6pm. We could use some decorations also. Bring them in on Friday, the 31st, and you can take them home that night after the party. Parents, earn one hour of service for every $10.00 spent.

Ornaments for Orphans…We have a Christmas tree in the lobby decorated with handmade ornaments and necklaces. All the decorations are for sale with proceeds going to orphan children living in Africa. Ornaments are $10.00 each and necklaces are $20.00 each. Students visited with this organization during our non-profit fair.

The Langston Charter Speech and Debate Team had an outstanding day Saturday at the Bob Jones Debate Tournament! We had the largest team at the competition, and everyone represented our school incredibly well. I was so proud of every single competitor. We had more novices than veterans, and simply stepping up and competing was a huge step.

Congratulations to everyone on the team, and congratulations to the following students who were recognized at the Bob Jones tournament:

In Impromptu:
First Place – Manas Ranganathan
Second Place – Andrea Chavez
Third Place – Madhav Bhat
Fourth Place – Dhiren Jashnani
Fifth Place – Steitler Buisch
Sixth Place – Haseeba Karim

In Public Forum Debate
First Place – Emily Pyle and Isabel Patton
Third Place – Anna McGowan and Charlotte Capers Snoad

In Extemporaneous Speaking
First Place – Dhiren Jashnani
Second Place – Madhav Bhat
Sixth Place – Tejasvi Joshi

In Oral Interpretation
Third Place – Effie Ludke
Fifth Place – Steitler Buisch
Sixth Place – Maddie Buisch

Congratulations to everyone on the team!

Carolina One Volleyball is offering a Free Boys volleyball clinic, open to any boys ages 18 and younger interested in learning about volleyball. This clinic will be led by the Erskine Men’s Volleyball Team on Sunday, October 26, 6-8pm at The Next Level Sports Academy, 130 Arrowhead Ct., Greenville, SC 29605. Contact Kim Christman to register, kim.christman@c1vb.com.

Community Service Day is Friday, October 24th. All of our students and teachers will be volunteering throughout our community. Please send photos and write-ups regarding Community Service Day to our Public Relations Coordinator, Lora Pfohl @ lorapfohl@gmail.com.

Boys’ Soccer (article submitted by Coach Shearer)
Congratulations to the 2014 Langston Boys’ Soccer Team!! The Chargers finished off a historic season by bringing home the program’s FIRST Championship! After playing on short notice against Spartanburg Day to determine tournament seeding and defeating their opponent, Langston took on Bob Jones in the Semi Final game and beat the long- time nemesis 2-1 through strong play in the back and a willingness by players to step up and fill roles that they were not comfortable with or used to. In the Championship game, the Chargers gave Hampton Park a taste of their own medicine by staring down the historic rival and outplaying, outhustling and overpowering them for a 2-0 victory. The scoring came from Krys Downey-Simms who delivered the first blow in the second half of a tense, hard fought game. Colton Rouse delivered the final hammer blow with time running out on a thrilling high lofted goal from his dangerous left side to give YOUR Chargers a well-deserved Championship Title. This will always belong to our school, our program and our players. Congratulations and enjoy!

Basketball
Please join me in congratulating the following students who make up our 2014-2014 Charger Basketball rosters:
Lady Chargers – Silvana Cuervo, Caroline Earle, Hannah Fugate, Jaeyden Hill-Mims, Justice Kelly, Ashley Kessinger, Sydney Langley, Emily Mages, Vena Mohanassoundaram, Caroline Roller, Sarah Stein, Amy Thomson, Carrington Williams, Caitlin Woodard, Hannah Young.
Chargers – Luke Calvert, Graysen Dotson, Raleigh Dotson, Javon Douglas, Kai Dowden, Grant Dowis, CJ Farr, Cole Holliday, Sam Johns, Caden Nelson, Jonathan Richey, Krys Downey-Simms, Ian Thomson, Jacob Walker

Friday Memo October 17, 2014

October 15th, 2014

No School on Thursday or Friday.

Congratulations to our Boys Soccer Team on winning the Championship!!!

Community Service Opportunity…There is an Honor Flight Pre Flight Orientation Meeting on Saturday, the 18th, at Hampton Park Baptist Church. The church is located at 875 State Park Road, Greenville, SC. Students will be helping to seat veterans and will be serving coffee and water. If you would like to help please be at the church by 2:30pm. The meeting will be over at 5:00pm.

Washington DC Trip…If you are going on the DC trip you must be at Langston by 4:30 Tuesday morning. The bus will pull out at 5:00am. Don’t forget to pack your collared uniform shirt (navy) and your DC T shirt.

The last Application Orientation Meeting will be on Thursday, October 23rd, at 7:00pm at Woodruff Road Christian Church. Any parent with a rising 6th grader that is applying to Langston must have attended one of the 3 meetings.

Community Service Day is Friday, October 24th. All students will be out in our community performing community service. Remember to take lots of pictures.

Picture Orders are due on Monday.

Halloween Bash…We still need individual size bags of chips, small water bottles, and candy for our Halloween Bash on the 31st. Every $10.00 spent earns one hour of service.

Friday Memo October 10, 2014

October 10th, 2014

The Library Committee needs help every other Monday morning before school. For more information or to sign up please contact De McKinley at dmckinleybookkeeper@gmail.com.

Library Fundraiser…Please go to www.funds4books.com and use code A311 to donate money to the Abel Library. Our goal is $3000.00 raised by October 31st. We are one-third of the way there. Help us meet our goal. A $20.00 donation will earn parents 2 service hours.

Book Fair…Thanks to Tracey Hoffert and her crew for our great book fair. Thanks to all who came out for Family Night.

Application Orientation Meeting…Our next meeting is Saturday, October 11th, at 4:00pm. You must attend one meeting if you would like your child’s name to be included in the lottery.

Non Profit Fair…Kelly Weekes and her team did a great job on our fair. This year we had 22 nonprofit organizations participate. Ask your student to tell you about the ones they spoke with.

High School Information Night…Monday, October 13th we will have representatives from several high schools available to answer questions about their school. We will begin at 6:00pm in the gym.

Student News- Has your student become an eagle scout? Won 1st place at a state swimming competition? Coordinated a fundraiser for the homeless? Well, we want to hear about it! Send your student news to our PR Manager, Lora Pfohl at lorapfohl@gmail.com to be shared with our local newspapers. A great media release always includes a picture of the child in action or holding their medal, trophy, etc., so please send a picture that captures the moment with the details of their accomplishment.

The National Theatre for Children visited Langston last week and performed a show called The Resource Raiders, which teaches students about Natural Resources. Students were given a card with information on how to receive a free Energy Efficiency Kit. With every kit requested, our school is entered into a drawing to win $10,000. Parents can earn 1 parent volunteer hour for entering.

Sports News
Basketball – PLEASE NOTE LOCATION AND TIME CHANGE
Tryouts will be held next Monday through Wednesday, October 13-15.
Girls – MONDAY at Langston Gym – 3:30-5:00, TUESDAY at Rocky Creek – 6:00-7:30, WEDNESDAY at Langston Gym – 3:30-4:30
Boys – MONDAY at Langston Gym, 6th graders 6:00-7:00, 7th and 8th graders 7:00-9:00, TUEADAY at Rocky Creek – 7:30-9:00, WEDNEADAY at Advent United Methodist Church – 7:00-9:00.

Cross Country
The inaugural season for Cross Country in the Carolina Middle School Conference came to a close this week with the CMSC Championships. The meet was held at St. Joseph High School’s course in Greenville, with the Langston boys and girls participating. The girls’ team finished first, capping off a great season. Sarah Stein finished first overall, and was awarded All-Conference honors. Caroline Earle finished third overall and was also selected to the All-Conference team. The boys’ team placed second, barely behind Mt. Zion Christian School. For their efforts, Riley Thome, John Arndt, and Blake Sorrell were awarded All-Conference honors. Apart from an optional trail run in October, the cross country season is over for this year. With several key runners moving on to high school next year, the team will be looking for runners to fill some key roles next season. Look for more information on cross country towards the end of the year. It takes a lot of time and effort to start a new team, thank you to our coach, Steve Calvert, for volunteering your time, as well as Bordin McKowen for being our assistant coach.

Soccer
Your Langston Chargers finished their regular season with a 2-1 loss to perennial rival Hampton Park. The final scoreboard indicated a loss but the game itself was far from it. The Chargers outplayed their opponent in every aspect of the game leaving Hampton Park breathless and looking for a way out. Ultimately, the final whistle blew and the team was left with the losing tally but hungry for more. On Thursday the first round of the Conference Tournament began with a match against Spartanburg Day. This team has proven to be a bitter rival and each game is a pitched battle. The game was dictated by the stingy play of the Four Horsemen in the defensive backfield leaving the opponent little opportunity to strike and score. This, combined with timely and controlling midfield play by Colton Rouse, proved to be more than the Griffins could overcome. The Chargers broke through on three occasions and put away their opponent to secure their spot in the Semi Final game against Bob Jones on Thursday, October 9 at 4 o’clock at Shannon Forest. Hope to see you there to cheer on YOUR Langston Chargers soccer team.
Congratulations to Blake Latta for being named to the CMSC All Conference team.

Volleyball
The Lady Chargers ended their season on Thursday with a loss to Spartanburg Day School in the first round of the CMSC Tournament. The girls have struggled with some difficult losses throughout the season, but have really come together as a team. This has been a rebuilding year and we look forward to coming back strong next year. Special thanks to Stephanie Ward and her 4 years of coaching our volleyball team. Also, thanks go out to our Assistant Coaches, Alesha Oppatt and Ryan Hammond.
Congratulations to McKenzie Hartley for being named to the CMSC All Conference team.

Fall Break…We will not have school next Thursday or Friday. Enjoy the break.

Friday Memo September 26, 2014

September 26th, 2014

Application Orientation Meeting…Our first meeting is Tuesday, September 30th, at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held at Woodruff Road Christian Church, which is located at the end of our driveway. Current parents, if you have a 5th grader that would like to attend Langston next year you must attend one of the three Application Orientation Meetings.

The Library Committee needs help every other Monday morning before school. For more information or to sign up please contact De McKinley at dmckinleybookkeeper@gmail.com.

Library Fundraiser…Please go to www.funds4books.com and use code A311 to donate money to the Abel Library. Our goal is $3000.00 raised by October 31st.

Sports News from June Deas…

Cross Country
The Langston Cross Country team had a strong outing this week, with both the boys’ and girls’ teams winning the meet at Mt. Zion Christian School. This is the second win for the girls, and first win for the boy’s team (who placed second in their previous meet). Both teams will compete in the conference championships on Monday at St. Joseph’s course in Greenville.

Soccer
Your Langston Chargers defeated longtime rival Bob Jones on Tuesday ending a program-long drought of losses to the formidable team. The Chargers capped impressive domination of play by capitalizing on two opportunities for goals from Hudson Lewis and James Cotty. This was one of the best displays of complete team work that this program has seen. A sign of great things to come. The Charges take on defending Champion MRCA today at home at Pittman Park at 4:00. Come cheer on YOUR Langston Chargers.

Volleyball
The Chargers had a tough week this week on the road against Easley Home School and Our Lady of the Rosary suffering 2 losses. At Our Lady of the Rosary they forced a 3rd game, but couldn’t come out on top. The Chargers have their last regular season game on Monday and then look forward to the Conference Tournament the week of October 6.
Community Service Day…October 24 is our Annual Community Service Day.

YEARBOOK 2015 IS ON SALE NOW!

Langston’s yearbook staff is already working hard to create a high-quality yearbook that will preserve your child’s middle school memories in a 135 page, full color yearbook!

Our 2015 yearbook will be extra special this year, focusing on Langston’s 10th anniversary. We plan to include several special dedications, honoring those who have worked tirelessly these past 10 years to make Langston an incredible school.

ORDER NOW!

You may order your yearbook ONLINE ONLY at www.jostens.com
Please note: ONLY ONLINE ORDERS ARE VALID. You must order directly through Jostens, not the school.
Yearbooks are $45 until Jan. 1st when the price increases to $50.

Every year, we have disappointed students and parents who missed out on the opportunity to order a yearbook.
PLEASE ORDER EARLY to avoid disappointment in May!
Make sure you receive an electronic receipt from Jostens to confirm your order. Print or save this receipt.

Any billing issues must be resolved with Jostens. Langston does not assume any responsibility for the online ordering process. Thank you for your understanding.
Thank you in advance for your kind support of our 2015 yearbook!

Please direct any questions to Miss Hamilton: rhamilton@langstoncharter.org

BUY YOUR 2015 YEARBOOK TODAY!

Sincerely,
Langston Yearbook Staff
Rachel Hamilton
English Teacher, Yearbook Adviser
Langston Middle

http://www.langstoncharter.org

https://sites.google.com/site/rhami516/home

1950 Woodruff Road
Greenville, SC 29607
(864) 286-9700

Please check the website calendar often.
Refer to the directory to review attendance policies.

Friday Memo September 19, 2014

September 19th, 2014

Brashier’s Open House for Prospective Students will be held on Thursday, Sept 25th at 6:30 pm in Brashier’s gym at 1830 W. Georgia Road, Simpsonville. Mr. Sinclair begins the program, providing an overview of the school, followed by time for questions and answers. Students and families are then invited to tour the school.

Brashier’s Open Enrollment will be from Oct. 1st through Oct. 31, 2014 for the 2015-2016 school year. Applications will be available on Brashier’s website (www.brashiermiddlecollege.org/) beginning Sept. 25th. Applications for the 2015-2016 School Year Lottery will be accepted Oct 1st through Oct 31st. Applications may be dropped off, mailed, faxed or emailed to the school.

STEVI B’S SPIRIT NIGHT is Thursday, September 25. Parents earn one volunteer hour for attending. Students receive FREE ICE CREAM by bringing in their Stevi B’s receipts. Be sure to encourage other family members and friends to participate as Langston earns 20% of our sales that night.

Parents, please read over the attendance section of the Langston Student Directory. If you did not purchase a directory, the same information may be found in the student handbook on our website.

Carline…It is important to follow the directions of the faculty and staff in both morning and afternoon carline. Our number one priority is safety. If everyone pays attention and follows directions the line will move quickly.

Application Orientation Meeting…Our first meeting is Tuesday, September 30th, at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held at Woodruff Road Christian Church, which is located at the end of our driveway. Current parents, if you have a 5th grader that would like to attend Langston next year you must attend one of the three Application Orientation Meetings.

October is now open to order lunches through www.orderlunches.com.

Thanks to the parents and grandparents that bring snacks on Wednesday.

Friday Memo September 12, 2014

September 12th, 2014

Brashier’s Open House for Prospective Students will be held on Thursday, Sept 25th at 6:30 pm in Brashier’s gym at 1830 W. Georgia Road, Simpsonville. Mr. Sinclair begins the program, providing an overview of the school, followed by time for questions and answers. Students and families are then invited to tour the school.

The Library is in need of morning volunteer help. We need volunteers every other Monday and Wednesday mornings (7:45ish – 8:30). It’s a great way to earn your volunteer hours! If interested, please contact De McKinley (dmckinleybookkeeper@gmail.com).

Brashier’s Open Enrollment will be from Oct. 1st through Oct. 31, 2014 for the 2015-2016 school year. Applications will be available on Brashier’s website (www.brashiermiddlecollege.org/) beginning Sept. 25th. Applications for the 2015-2016 School Year Lottery will be accepted Oct 1st through Oct 31st. Applications may be dropped off, mailed, faxed or emailed to the school.

Athletic News
Cross Country – article submitted by June Deas
Congratulations to Langston’s 2014 Cross Country Team! Mt. Zion was host to the inaugural Cross Country season and The Charges’ hard work really paid off. The boys finished 2nd and the girls 1st overall! I am so proud of all the students for the effort they have put in during practices, extra runs on their own, and of course at the meet on Tuesday. Of course I was impressed by their running, but aside from that, I am so proud of the way our students showed enormous sportsmanship by not only cheering on their own teammates, but encouraging runners from other teams. Watching our boys run in with the last runner during the boy’s race was a great reflection of our students and Langston, as we encourage our young people to be leaders in their community and compassionate toward others. Thank you to Steve Calvert for your leadership in shaping this team!

Soccer – article submitted by Coach Shaun Shearer
Your Langston Chargers defended their first home field game by defeating Spartanburg Prep 6-0. Goals came from all sides as Langston’s younger players showed what the future will hold for our program. On Thursday, the Chargers were defeated by Bob Jones Academy by a score of 4-1. The team made great strides against an adversary that has historically beaten them by large margins. The game was highlighted by balanced play that dominated the Bob Jones squad and a dazzling bicycle kick score by Krys Downey-Simms from an aerial cross off of a corner kick by Gavin Shearer. Unfortunately, Bob Jones was able to capitalize on a few more chances and gave the Chargers the loss. The Chargers are growing stronger by the match. Come support your team next week at Rocky Creek as we take on Shannon Forest on Monday, and on Thursday at Rocky Creek when we face Spartanburg Day. Both games are free to students and begin at 4:00.

This week our team played Easley Home School at home, it was a close game, but we were defeated 2-0. The scores were 21-25 and 20-25. Thank you to all the students who came out to cheer us on! On Thursday, we faced Bob Jones Academy, last year’s Champions. It was a tough game, we were again defeated by 2-0. The scores were 14-25 and 17-25. Our players played their best and they are getting more confident as a team. Next week will be Volleyball – article submitted by Michelle Rumple
a full week of volleyball with a game on Monday at Shannon Forest, Thursday at Spartanburg Prep, and Friday will be our last home game at Rocky Creek at 4:00.

Progress Reports will go home on Thursday.