Union County Weekly School Notes Nov. 30

Sun Valley High prepares for gingerbread battle

INDIAN TRAIL – Students and staff at Sun Valley High School will soon have a unique art display in their media center.

The school’s Gingerbread House Contest will take place Dec. 10. A number of students are taking part in the competition, which will be judged throughout the day with winners announced on Dec. 11.

Sun Valley High is located at 5211 Old Charlotte Hwy.

Sun Valley FFA reaches Top 10 in dairy evaluation

INDIAN TRAIL – The Sun Valley High School Future Farmers of America team placed 10th out of 63 teams recently at the 2012 North Carolina FFA State Dairy Evaluation Career Development Event in Rowan County.

Teams were scored on how well they apply dairy cattle evaluation skills learned in the classroom. Each team evaluated six classes of dairy cattle and defended its reasoning behind each evaluation to a panel of judges. Students also completed a written test and worked collaboratively to select appropriate herd composition, requiring a good understanding of both animal science and herd management skills.

The Sun Valley team is composed of Lizzie Letteer, Kiersten Peck, Hannah Covington and Savannah Hipp.

Find more information on the national program at www.ncffa.org.

‘Charlotte’s Web’ comes to Marvin Ridge

WAXHAW – Students in the Marvin Ridge High School theater group are getting ready for their performance of “Charlotte’s Web.”

The school’s adaptation will follow along with the characters in the beloved children’s story, including Wilbur the pig, Charlotte the spider and Templeton the rat.

The play is Dec. 7 and 8 at the school auditorium, and is appropriate for all ages. Tickets are $5 for children and students and $7 for adults. Find tickets online at www.seatyourself.biz/mrhs.

The school is located at 2831 Crane Road, in Waxhaw.

‘A Christmas Carol’ comes to Wingate

WINGATE – The Storefront Theater in Waxhaw and Wingate University’s Friends of the Library are teaming up to present Charles Dickens’ “A
Christmas Carol” next weekend at the school.

“The Friends of the Library at Wingate University hosts this holiday tradition each year and it is one of our most popular events,” said Christy Inge, access services manager at the Ethel K. Smith Library, in a news release. “Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ comes to life with the talents of The Storefront Theatre.”

Reservations are required to attend. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased by calling Christy Inge at 704-233-8091.

The Dec. 8 event is at 7:30 p.m. at the Batte Center’s Plyler-Griffin Recital Hall, 220 N. Camden Road, in Wingate.

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