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  • Mission Statement

    Building a world-class school system through education, collaboration, and innovation. 

     

     

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    Vision Statement

    The Richmond County School System will create a world-class, globally competitive school system where all students will graduate and are college/career ready.

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  •                                                              District Wide Trip to France and Spain

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    The World Language Department will be sponsoring a district wide trip to France and Spain to include; Paris, French Riviera, Barcelona, and Madrid, May 31 - June 11, 2020. I am asking that each school select students that are in Spanish II, Spanish III, French II, and French III that are interested to attend this trip. Please announce to your students and submit the names of the students that are interested in going to me by Monday May, 13, 2019. There will be a parent meeting on May 22 at the central office (more information will be sent to the students) with the EF Tours Company to discuss the trip details and payment plan. 

     

    This is great opportunity for our students to meet the qualifications of the International Skills Diploma Seal as well as having the opportunity to explore cultural awareness. Please encourage your students to attend. It will be great to have students representing each of our area high schools on this European excursion. Feel free to give me a call if you have any questions.

     

     

    Parent Letter, Student PowerPoint class presentation, and Flyer are attached for sharing with students and parents.

     

     

    France Flyer                    Parent Letter                        Spain Flyer

     

    Lynwood W. Holmes, Ed.S.
    Fine Arts & World Language Program Administrator
    Curriculum and Instruction
    Richmond County School System
    864 Broad Street
    Augusta, GA. 30901
    706-826-1102 ext. 5142
    706-826-4620 Fax
     
    "MUSIC is a WORLD within itself, with a LANGUAGE we all understand"   Stevie Wonder
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    Seniors and parents  Cap & Gown pictures are available on our website.  The direct link is https://www.petewilsonphotography.com/store/galleries

     

    Thanks

     

    Pete

    Pete Wilson Photography

    706-447-3060

    4589 Swan Drive

    Evans, GA 30809

    www.petewilsonphotography.com

     
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    Augusta Chronicle’ seeks Best & Brightest students for 2019 award

    Nominations are being accepted for The Augusta Chronicle’s 17th annual Best & Brightest Awards. Nominations are being accepted for The Augusta Chronicle’s 17th annual Best & Brightest Awards.The awards are designed to highlight outstanding high school seniors in our area. Twenty semifinalists will be selected and recognized in The Chronicle’s Best & Brightest graduation section to be published Sunday, May 26, and at the Best & Brightest banquet on Thursday, May 23.Each of the 20 semifinalists will be interviewed on Thursday, May 2, by a panel of judges who will choose four finalists and the Best & Brightest Award recipient.

    These top five students will be awarded scholarships.Applicants must be able to attend both the interview and the banquet. Semifinalists will be notified by April 25 in order to schedule an interview time. A portrait will also be taken at the interview for use in print and online.To be considered for the Best & Brightest Award, students must complete and submit by mail or in person: the 2019 Best & Brightest application, a short essay, an official high school transcript that includes senior year courses in progress, and a letter of nomination written by someone other than a relative.

    Find the application and further details online at augustachronicle.com/best.

    The deadline for nominations to be received at The Chronicle is 5 p.m. Thursday, April 18.

    Augusta Chronicle’ seeks Best & Brightest students for 2019 award

    Nominations are being accepted for The Augusta Chronicle’s 17th annual Best & Brightest Awards. Nominations are being accepted for The Augusta Chronicle’s 17th annual Best & Brightest Awards. The awards are designed to highlight outstanding high school seniors in our area. Twenty semifinalists will be selected and recognized in The Chronicle’s Best & Brightest graduation section to be published Sunday, May 26, and at the Best & Brightest banquet on Thursday, May 23.

    Each of the 20 semifinalists will be interviewed on Thursday, May 2, by a panel of judges who will choose four finalists and the Best & Brightest Award recipient. These top five students will be awarded scholarships.Applicants must be able to attend both the interview and the banquet. Semifinalists will be notified by April 25 in order to schedule an interview time. A portrait will also be taken at the interview for use in print and online.

    To be considered for the Best & Brightest Award, students must complete and submit by mail or in person: the 2019 Best & Brightest application, a short essay, an official high school transcript that includes senior year courses in progress, and a letter of nomination written by someone other than a relative.

    Find the application and further details online at augustachronicle.com/best.

    The deadline for nominations to be received at The Chronicle is 5 p.m. Thursday, April 18.

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