CES Summer Fun Camps have begun!
School is out for the summer, but CES is alive with all kinds of activities. Kids are learning karate, making habitats for butterflies, growing vegetables, and exploring the nature surrounding the school. There are also sports camps, art camps, and for the kids who want a little more air-conditioning, camps that focus on computers and engineering. Who knew school could be so much fun?!
Lydia Beard is Rotary’s Student of the Month for May.
Lydia Beard is the daughter of Carla and Larry Beard. She will attend University of Mississippi in the Fall, where she has been accepted to the Barksdale Honors College. Lydia has a 4.05 GPA and made a 31 on the ACT. She has received numerous scholarships, including the Kimberly-Clark Bright Futures scholarship.
Lydia has been a member of the National Honor society all through high school and she served as the president of the honorary this year. Very active in the school theater department, Lydia has had roles in the high school musicals and in the competition plays for three years. She was the Student Director of MTA Outstanding Play Award-Winning Competition Team in 2012-2013.
Along with being involved in local community service projects, such as JLA, Rotary Christmas Baskets, and Thanksgiving dinner serving, she has gone on mission trips to Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Ecuador. Lydia is an active member of the First Baptist Church Student Ministry. Beard was chosen by the faculty and administration to be a member of the CHS Hall of Fame for 2013.
Keep up with Corinth School District via Twitter
Those interested in keeping up with the Corinth School District activities, events and news now have a new venue to do just that by following the district on Twitter. These messages, or Tweets, are available to anyone interested in reading them, whether logged in or not. Followers receive every one of the Corinth School District messages in their timeline – a feed of all the accounts they have subscribed to or followed on Twitter.
To keep up with the Corinth School District Twitter account, either read the timeline here on the district website (below, right) or subscribe to the CorinthSchools (http://twitter.com/CorinthSchools)Twitter account.