The Marching Brigadier Band traveled to the Dillon Memorial Stadium in Dillon, SC this past Saturday where they competed against 19 marching bands between SC and NC in the 13th Annual Dillon HS “Battle of the Bands”. Hats off to the band receiving a “2nd Place Division 3A Finish” with an “Excellent” Rating. The band improved their score over the years to an astounding 84.5 and was 0.5 points away from a “Superior” rating. The band as a whole swept all performance categories in Division 3A by receiving:
“Best Color Guard”
“Best Drum Major”
“Best Horn Line”
Overall, the LRHS band was ranked 6th Place out the 19 competing bands. The marching band will compete again more on Oct. 14th at the 2017 Garden City Classic in Orangeburg, SC sponsored by Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS Orange PRIDE Band.
Mr. Outen and the staff are proud of the hard work the band students are putting forth and remind them to keep striving for excellence!
Band Captains Pictured (Left to Right)
Trevon Muhammad, Taliyah Fogle, Khalil McGhee, Shamar’e Williams, Jai’lan Reid, Kira Boulware, Tavaria Stafford, Christian Houghton.
Directors (Left to Right): Marquis Wallace and Charles Outen
Hannah Jacobs and Zhariah Walker competed in their final high school swim meet of the 2017 swim season. Hannah Jacobs finish the 2017 swim season with high school consideration state times in the 50 and 100 freestyle. On Wednesday night Hannah Jacobs posting a best time in the 50-freestyle finishing first and fourth in the 100 breaststroke. Zhariah Walker improved as the season went on and had her best swim meet finishing first in 100 backstroke and second in 100 freestyle. Congratulations to both Hannah Jacobs and Zhariah Walker on a very productive high school swim season.
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The 2017-18 academic year presents opportunities for new beginnings and changes. Personal and professional changes for improvement can be rewarding but also challenging and difficult to make and sustain. Newness alone, however, cannot produce transformation. We all must be willing to actively participate and work towards the goal(s) we have established for ourselves and our children.
As this year begins, Lower Richland High School has the opportunity to make new plans, design new strategies, and implement and embrace new ideas. Whether our responsibility is in administration, teaching, preparing healthy lunches, maintaining and providing a clean environment, or managing an efficient and friendly office, there is always room for improvement and for new ways to do a good job even better. Our goal is to ensure that every student is academically focused, disciplined, present, on time and ready to learn.
We can be proud of what we have achieved at Lower Richland High School academically, athletically and competitively, but our achievements are not due to complacency and satisfaction with the status quo. 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.
We must concentrate on the processes that spur continuing advancement by evaluating what we have, determining what we can do to improve, and identifying what we need to do to make those improvements. The Lower Richland High School Administration, faculty, and staff look forward to working with you in meeting the academic needs of your child(ren) in a safe and orderly environment.
Ms. R. Pelzer, Principal