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HAMLET — Representatives from Richmond Community College, Richmond County Schools, Scotland County Schools and local industries recently met to discuss challenges industries face with today's workforce. This was a follow-up meeting from a group session held in January 2020 prior to COVID, as school and industry leaders work to come up with solutions. 

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HAMLET — With school winding down, Richmond County students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder will have a few things to keep them busy over the summer.

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HAMLET — Four Richmond County students were recognized for their participation in the Career and Technical Education program at last week’s School Board meeting — one of whom was awarded a scholarship.

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HAMLET — Richmond County Schools have officially accepted North Carolina’s First in FAFSA Challenge to help send more local high school seniors to college. Ashley Chapel Educational Center, Richmond Early College High School and Richmond Senior High School are all competing against each other and hundreds of other high schools across the state to increase their FAFSA completion rates.

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HAMLET — The threat of severe weather on Thursday will have Richmond County students getting out early.

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HAMLET — After a competitive application process, Lauren Humann, a 13th-year at Richmond Early College High School, has been accepted into East Carolina University’s Honors College. She was also selected to be an EC Scholar for the class of 2025 — the most prestigious merit-based award at  the university. 

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RALEIGH — Richmond County schools are set to receive an estimated $9.8 million from the latest COVID relief funds appropriated by the General Assembly. 

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Wednesday, 24 February 2021 18:12

Richmond County Schools personnel get COVID vaccine

ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County teachers rolled up their sleeves Wednesday to take advantage of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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HAMLET — The Richmond County Board of Education could be asking the Board of Commissioners for nearly $275,000 more than it received this year for the upcoming fiscal year.

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ROCKINGHAM — Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday extended his modified stay-at-home order for another month.

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