It is the mission of Scotland County Schools to develop responsible, productive citizens by providing excellent education for its children through engaging instruction. Partnering with families and the community, we will ensure every child’s academic, social, emotional and physical needs are met in a safe, nurturing environment.
What's Happening in Scotland County Schools
Principal Appreciation Month
October is Principal Appreciation Month and it has been an opportunity to thank these school leaders for their commitment to education. We are so fortunate in Scotland County to have the BEST principals and we thank you for your hard work and dedication to ensure that every student is successful.
Third-graders learn about career opportunities
District third-graders enjoyed the 'Third Gear' (also known as 'Truck Day') program on Friday. The annual event, sponsored by the Laurinburg/Scotland County Chamber of Commerce, is an opportunity for students to interact with these large vehicles that they see in our community all while learning about various career opportunities and the steps to take to work in those fields.
For more photos from the event, visit our district Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ScotlandCountySchools.
Marching band named Grand Champion
The Scotland High School Marching Band received the highest award of the day--Grand Champion--at the recent Gray's Creek Marching Band Competition. Additionally, the marching band has been awarded superior ratings at each of their three competitions this year. The band will compete in one more competition in Lee County on November 1. Congratulations to the 'Pride of Scotland County'!
Guzman named President-Elect
Congratulations to Rob Guzman, principal at Wagram Elementary School, who will serve as the Region 4 President-Elect on the N.C. Principals & Assistant Principals' Association (NCPAPA) board of directors.