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HAMLET — Richmond County Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeff Maples rolled up to Therafirm just before 9 a.m. Tuesday and left with more than 16,000 face masks for students and staff.

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HAMLET — A Richmond County textile company is donating more than 15,000 masks to the school system to help keep students and staff safe when classes start back next month amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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HAMLET — The Richmond County Board of Education on Thursday approved the hires of four more new teachers for the upcoming school year.

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HAMLET — Richmond County Schools will hold its twelfth annual Stuff the Bus Campaign on Tuesday, August 4, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Walmart parking lot in Rockingham.

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HAMLET — After a thorough review of guidelines provided by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, as well as information from Gov. Roy Cooper’s office, Richmond County Schools has worked diligently to build a proposed graduation plan that meets safety requirements while giving students and their families the maximum traditional graduation experience possible.

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“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

Winston Churchill’s words have been actualized by Hood Packaging in Hamlet.

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ROCKINGHAM — Around 60 Richmond County students walked into J.C. Penney Thursday morning and walked out with new shoes.

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HAMLET — Richmond County Schools continues to make gains and close achievement gaps when compared to districts in the Sandhills region and the state, Director of Testing and Accountability Jennifer Brach told the Board of Education last week.

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HAMLET — A teacher’s assistant at Fairview Heights Elementary has resigned following a complaint made by the mother of an autistic student after she found him covered in feces.

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HAMLET — For the past two days, inside the gyms and auditoriums in several middle and high schools in the district, students sat quietly as they listened intently to a story shared by Debbie Dalton. 

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