2016-04-09 / Education

Bulldogs in full swing in spring

By Delaney Sullivan
Bullhorn Editor

Bulldogs have been busy earning honors over the past couple of weeks, and have several spring activities planned.

Freshman Dustin Humphries won his Youth Legislative Assembly (YLA) Outstanding Committee Member award last weekend in Raleigh.

Junior Carly Long will be a 2017 YLA Tri-Speaker.

The YLA session was led by seniors Ashton Martin, Daniel Taylor, and Emily Pierce. Other Roxboro Community School (RCS) students in attendance were clerk, Stephanie DeVillier; co-chairs, Kailey Oakley, Carly Long and Grace Hardy and pages, Anna Claire Pleasant and Emily Taylor.

Delegates were Clayton Day, Zach Bradsher, Conner Perkins, Dustin Humphries, Caitlin Mooney, Chandler Warren, Brooke Currier, Jordan Taylor, Madison Satterfield, Amber Long and Jenna Clayton.

RCS is also proud to announce that seniors Adam Ramsey and Alycia Parker have been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by The National Beta Club Scholarship Committee. RCS students competed with peers from across the United States for this recognition.

With prom coming up soon, the RCS Interact Club on Monday, April 11 will host Roxboro Police Chief David Hess as he speaks about law enforcement issues relevant to high school students. After a brief speech, he will move to the parking lot for a presentation. RCS appreciates Chief Hess and the support of the Roxboro Police Department.

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