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April 2017 Board Meeting
Students Recognized At April Board Meeting
Posted on 04/05/2017
April 2017 Board MeetingThe RCS Board of Education recognized several groups of students at the board meeting held on April 4th.


East Rutherford High School student Daisha Hines was recognized for receiving the North Carolina Head Start Association Scholarship.

April board meeting 1


Two students were recognized for being selected to attend North Carolina Governor's School.  These students are Evan Revis from RS Central High and Kiana Burns from Chase High.

Governor's School


The RCS gen{i}us Achievements for R-S Central and REaCH students were recognized.  

R-S Central High School 
Kinsley Buchanan - Virtual Virtuoso 
Preston Byrd - Virtual Virtuoso 
Benjamin Campbell - Virtual Virtuoso 
James Sanders - Virtual Virtuoso 
Michael Womick - Virtual Virtuoso 
Emily Yelton - Virtual Virtuoso 
Faith Archer - Mental Maestro
Garrett Blanton - Mental Maestro 
Bryson Hamrick - Mental Maestro 
Brianna Moore - Mental Maestro 
Charity Salyers - Mental Maestro 
Henry Scripps - Mental Maestro

RSCHS genius

Rutherford Early College High School 
Savannah Bell - Virtual Virtuoso 
Joah Bickley - Virtual Virtuoso 
Heather Darrow - Virtual Virtuoso 
Kellan Jones - Virtual Virtuoso 
Jared Knowles - Virtual Virtuoso 
Destiny Ledford - Virtual Virtuoso 
Emily Williams - Virtual Virtuoso 
Shakyra Davis - Mental Maestro

REaCH genius


Burt Hamrick from R-S Central High School recently finished in 2nd place for US History at the State Convention for National Senior Beta Club.

Beta Club state convention


Benjamin Roach from Harris Elementary School recently finished in 2nd place for Language Arts at the State Convention for National Junior Beta Club.

Junior Beta Club convention


We would like to congratulate each of these students for their accomplishments.