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Emily Nichols
JROTC Leadership Camp 2017
Thirteen hard charging and motivated Marlboro County High School (MCHS) JROTC Bulldog Battalion cadets attended the first cycle of the Fort Jackson JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge event of Camp Carolina from June 4 – 10 2017. The purpose of the camp was to build character and self-esteem while motivating the cadets as they were evaluated in various leadership positions.
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John Davis
MCHS Hosts 3rd Annual STEM Night Fever Expo
Marlboro County High School hosted the 3rdAnnual STEM Night Fever Expo at the Gym lobby on May 24th, Wednesday from 5.00 to 7.00 in the evening. The main goal of the event was to continue to inspire students with the joy of discovery and create a culture that fosters innovation at the high school and the community.
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Rotary Award
Rotary Club Sponsoring Interact Club to the Rotary Youth Leadership Award Conference
Anikka Arroyo, Laqueastia Bridges, and Kalia Thomas all rising seniors and active members of the Marlboro County High School Interact Club were approved by the Rotary Club of Bennettsville to participate in the Rotary Youth Leadership Award training that will take place at Columbia College on June 23-25, 2017. The three-day motivational leadership training is designed to develop sound leadership skills and values for rising high school juniors and seniors.
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