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  • Spring Literacy Night At Leavelle

    Ashlyn enjoys the "Escape Room" during literacy night at Leavelle McCampbell

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  • Engineers at Work

    Mr. Beja's 7th grade science students ejoy assembling display boards.

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  • Brenson Baker Places 1st Place

    Thursday, February, 2019, Brinson Baker placed 1st place in the Braille Challenge Apprentice Novice Division. The SC Regional Braille challege is a preliminary contest for the National Braille challenge offered by the Braille Institute in California. This contest has a tremendous impact on the lives of students with a visual impairment by allowing them to participate in an academic contest designed around their specific skill sets and by allowing them the opportunity to interact with others from around the state that also read and write braille. Many of the students who participate in the Braille Challenge develop a boost in self-confidence, a sense a accomplishment, and a renewed passion for reading and writing braille.

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  • Golden Apple Award

    WJBF News Channnel 6, qlong with Augusta Flooring and Publics Grocery Stores presented Mr. Sirk the Golden Apple Award. This award is presented to a teacher because someone writes a recommendation telling why the teacher is an exemplary teacher. We are proud of Mr. Sirk.

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  • LMMS Boys Basketball Team

    2019 Boys Middle School Basketball Champions. This is their 2nd consecutive championship. Congratulations to the boys and their coaches.

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  • LMMS GEM AND Teacher Of TheYear 2019

    Congratulations Mrs. Bush and Mrs. McMillan. Mrs. Michelle Bush, LMMS bookkeeper, has been selected as the GEM (Certified Employee) Employee of the Year. Mrs. Jennifer McMillan has been selected as the Teacher of the Year for 2019.

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  • Group I Spelling Bee Alternate

    Jayden Avancena wins 3rd place in the Group I Spelling Bee.

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  • Mrs. Michelle Padgett, Named the New Principal at Graniteville Elementary

    “The opportunity to open a brand new school in this community really drew me to Graniteville Elementary,” Padgett said. “Starting something new and being able to serve our community in that unique way is something exciting to me, but it is bittersweet because I love serving as principal at Leavelle McCampbell Middle. I attended school here; it’s where I started my professional career as a teacher; and it will always have a special place in my heart.”

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  • School District, Community Representatives Tour New Leavelle McCampbell Middle School

    New Facility Pays Tribute to School's Rich History, Incorporates Latest Technology

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