|Tractor Shed Theatre Performance || 12/15/2014 7:56 AM|
Since 2010, Play Production (an auditioned troupe of artists) has collaborated with a chosen local charity/organization to raise awareness and/or funds to foster communication and art between teens and the community. We have had the honor to work with Children's Advocacy Center, Safe Harbor Rescue Mission, the Women's Resource Center, the Family Guidance Center, Pace@Home (All-inclusive Care for the Elderly), and The Grace House Day Shelter for the Homeless.
This year we are voicing the stories of abused and neglected children by partnering with the Catawba Valley Guardian Ad Litem Association (GAL). The Tractor Shed Theatre will present an original interpretive performance that you will walk-through that shares the stories of foster children in our area.
Please join us for this very special evening.
|Congratulations || 12/3/2014 11:22 AM|
Shown in the photo above are St. Stephens High School band director Casey Oakes (left) and Principal Jeff Taylor (middle) pose with Lenoir Rhyne University Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Neil McGeachy (right). Mr. McGeachy presented a check for $1000 to the St. Stephens High School Band Boosters in appreciation for Marching Indian’s performances at LRU football games this season.
|Barnes and Noble Book Fair || 12/1/2014 3:28 PM|
The Barnes and Noble Book Fair has arrived at the Saint library! The book fair will be here December 1st through the 5th. If you have any special requests for books or even for a Nook, we can get those for you and send them home and you never have to leave your house! You will also be able to use the attached voucher on Thursday December 11th in the store or online! We are open every day until 4:30, so come support the Saint library by shopping at the Book Fair! See the attached flyer for addtional information.
|Fall Athletic Banquet || 11/20/2014 12:31 PM|
The Fall Athletic Banquet will be held on Monday, November 24 at 6:30pm. Everyone will meet in the main gym for all athletes to be recognized. We will then break out into individual sports. There will not be a meal served at the banquet. However, we encourage parents and athletes to dress casual and appropriately.
|Congratulations || 11/20/2014 10:30 AM|
St. Stephens High School principal Jeff Taylor (left) recently accepted a $500 donation from David Bumgarner (right) of Bumgarner Oil Company. The $500 award is from Exxon Mobil as part of a grant applied for by Bumgarner Oil and is designed to support mathematics and science in the schools receiving the award. Exxon Mobil partners with local distributors to provide these grants designed to encourage young people to explore careers involving math and science.