Scotland CTE

January 2018 Newsletter

8th Grader Qualifies for State FBLA Competition

Jabari Robinson, 8th grader at Carver, earned 1st place in public speaking at the FBLA regional competition held last month at Fayetteville Tech. Jabari is the first middle school student from Scotland County Schools to win a competition at an FBLA regional competition. Jabari will go on to compete at the state level in the upcoming year. We are proud of Jabari.

HOSA Winners from District Competition

The Scotland High School HOSA club competed in the District Competition. Several students placed in the top three. Sandy Song won 1st place in Medical Terminology. Annaiya Davis won 3rd place in Medical Photography.


Our HOSA Bowl teams placed 1st and 3rd. Members of these teams are; Maribel Reyes, Joshlyn Monley, Hannah Drummond, Viviana Garcia, Mariana Garcia, and Angel Moore


All winners are eligible to attend State competition. Congratulations!

Career Development Poster Contest Winners

Congratulations to the county contest winners for career development. All three winners were from Spring Hill Middle School. They are: 1st place-Miller Snead (center), 2nd place-Carson Buie (left), 3rd place-Norrah Walters (right). They will now compete at the state level. Good luck!

Scotland County Farm Bureau Supports FFA

The Scotland County Farm Bureau donated funds in the support of the Scotland High School FFA Chapter. During the presentation, Caleb Dial, chapter vice president gave the office a basket of products produced by the Scotland Agriculture Department. The basket was filled with sweet potatoes, fresh okra, pickled okra and honey. The funds will be used to pay membership dues for members of the Scotland FFA Chapter. Pictured L-R Caleb Dial and staff of the Scotland County Farm Bureau.

Spring Hill FBLA Brings Christmas Cheer

The Spring Hill Middle School FBLA chapter brought Christmas Cheer to 28 residents of Scotia Village Retirement Community. The members collected puzzle books and other treats. They visited Scotia Village to deliver the items. The residents appreciated the gifts and the visit from our students.