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  • As the school year ends, it is a new day for the graduates of 2017

    Another school year has come to a close and with it the joy to see almost 1600 seniors graduate with their diplomas. It is an exciting time as the class of 2016-17 graduate and move forward into the world. This year has been unlike any other for the Public Schools of Robeson County. Through so many difficulties, our students have persevered. Our students have stepped up to offer a hand to support their fellow students and neighbors in need

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  • Teacher Cadets Spotlight Importance of Graduation

    he graduating seniors who were Tanglewood Teacher Cadet participated in the Graduation Parade at the end of the school year. Each week during the school year, 20-25 cadets from Lumberton Senior Hight visit Tanglewood Elementary School to teach lessons to the students. This has become an annual tradition for the parade.

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  • Students Stay Busy at MEP Summer Camp

    The solar system is just one area PSRC students learned about this summer in the (MEP) Migrant Education Program Travel Camp Educational Fair. The students rotated through various stations at UNC Pembroke as they participated in sessions about Visual Art, Technology, Science, Reading, Math, Movement, Robotics and Theatre/Writing in various buildings throughout the campus. This is the 4th year students from the Public Schools of Robeson County participated in the program through MEP.

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