October 23, 2021


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Tags: education, Notes, TheLancasterNewscom


Categories: Special needs education

Training Notes 10-23-21 | TheLancasterNews.com

Citadel Class of 2022 Rings: Two local cadets – Brenton Carnes of Lancaster and Joshua Coats of Kershaw – received their Citadel Class Rings during an award ceremony on October 1 at the Charleston Military College Chapel.

“The handover of the rings represents our commitment to the Citadel and our achievements as a class,” said Cadet Kathryn Christmas, regimental commander of the SC Corps of Cadets. “The class of 2022 has been patiently waiting for this day. We will wear them proudly. “

After receiving their rings, the cadets greeted the Citadel War Memorial – they marched past in rows of four – as they left the chapel. Then they sprinted back to their barracks before starting their first weekend with a Band of Gold on their hands.

“The presentation of rings is something we have all dreamed of as buttons since our early days. Then it seemed to take forever – but here we are to join the brotherhood and sisterhood of those who wear the ring, ”said Cadet Grayson Gasque, deputy regimental commander. “For Class ’22, our rings symbolize the culmination of our efforts here at the Citadel and of those who have helped us. From that day on we have the privilege and responsibility to wear the gold ribbon. “

Glenn Alexander Memorial Scholarship: The Lancaster Soil and Water Conservation District is now accepting applications for the $ 750 Glenn Alexander Memorial Scholarship from high school graduates living in Lancaster County.

The LSWCD established this scholarship in recognition of Glenn Alexander’s 57 years of service in the conservation district and his commitment to the county.

Applicants must plan to attend a fully accredited college, university, or technical college. The conservation district prefers that the recipient study an agricultural or environmental subject, such as:

Those wishing to apply for this scholarship must complete an application available at www.lancasterswcd.com (click the link for the education program) or call 803-286-4455 extension. 100, for a copy. The application deadline is March 28, 2022 at 3 p.m.

Free lunch for everyone: The Lancaster School District is offering a free lunch at school to all students who sign up for it. Free / discounted lunch requests must be completed by anyone who wishes to receive them in order for the district’s food service to follow this year’s program. The application is available at https://family.titank12.com or on the district website lancaster csd.com under Applications or the Meals tab. No lunchtime visitors are allowed in the schools.

District offers disability screening: The Lancaster County School District’s Child Find program seeks out people with disabilities, ages 3-21, who need special assistance to receive free and adequate public education. If there is a delay in any area of ​​your child’s development, even if they are not yet of compulsory schooling, contact the district Student Services at 803-285-8439 to arrange a screening and assessment. Preschool programs for children with special needs provide early intervention services and can prevent some developmental disorders from becoming more severe.

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