Do you know a middle or high school student leader looking for summer leadership opportunities?
Then have them join us at the 2019 4-H Pinckney Leadership Program sponsored by South Carolina 4-H.
The 4-H Pinckney Leadership program is a week-long program designed for students who are looking to develop their leadership abilities and awareness in civic engagement. Founded after the late Senator, Clementa Pinckney, the program is aimed to empower students to serve with compassion, lead with humility, and inspire others through integrity.
It is our hope that after becoming a member of the Pinckney Leadership Program students will be equipped to influence the state of South Carolina as a stronger leader, a positive role model, and an inspiration to other youth. Thus impacting their community, such as Senator Pinckney impacted the world.
Spaces are limited and the application deadline is quickly approaching, so please pass this wonderful leadership opportunity on to your students as soon as possible. For additional details, see attached the applications and flyers. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (864) 986-1195.
14 FBLA students will be moving forward to compete at the state level in North Charleston.
On behalf of the South East Rural Community Outreach (SERCO), we are proud to announce SERCO selected as a host of the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition about Rural America, Crossroads: Change in Rural America, coming to the Historic Harriet Barber House in Hopkins, SC! Five Visual Fine Arts students of Lower Richland High School have been selected to display their works of art at the Grand Opening on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at The Ulysses R. Barber Auditorium at Hopkins Middle School at 12noon alongside featured artist Jonathan Green! Congratulations to the following young, creative and professional artists:
Chandler Harris – 11th grade
BreAsia Jones -11th grade
Justin Adams – 10th grade
D’yante Sims – 9th grade
Jordan Shuler – 9th grade
I am pleased to announce Lower Richland High School Army JROTC has earned the Honor Unit with Distinction from our Annual Evaluation. Please note. The Honor Unit with Distinction is the highest rating an Army JROTC program can receive. Our cadets wear a "Gold Star" over their name tag designating the program has earned this prestigious honor.
Our program has earned this honor every year during the 10 years I have been at LRHS. Our cadets continue to accomplish national recognition for their performance.
Major (Retired) Darryl A. Kelly, MPA, CPM
Senior Army Instructor
Congratulations to Tayla Smith on winning First Place at the fair in the category of Home & Crafts--Youth, Scrapbooking.
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Greetings Diamond Hornet Students:
We are excited to have you return for one of the best school years ever! For the 2018-2019 academic year, our school-wide theme is “Cultivate, Collaborate, and Elevate!”
* Cultivate-we will continue to nurture our students academically and socially while supporting them in their specific areas of need.
* Collaborate-we will encourage student collaboration during school and through community services opportunities.
* Elevate-we will push our students to achieve at their highest levels.
I am honored to continue this journey with you as your principal. As we enter this new school year, we can be proud of what we have achieved at Lower Richland High School academically, athletically, and competitively. We will continue to soar to higher levels of achievement.
Our school’s dedicated faculty and staff have a common goal: To do what is best for students and to always search for better ways to achieve this goal. The policies, guidelines, and procedures in place exist to ensure that we have a safe atmosphere conducive to learning. We want you to have the best learning opportunities possible and to have a tremendous experience at Lower Richland High School! Have a great year in the Diamond Mine!
Dr. Ericka R. Hursey, Principal