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Baseball/Softball/Soccer

Baseball - Admission for regular season games is $5 per person. Tickets will be sold at the gate. Masks are required for entrance. We ask that you maintain a social...

Pandemic P-

The Department of Social Services (DSS) and the Department of Education (SCDE) are working to provide Pandemic EBT benefits to qualifying children across South Carolina,...

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LIVE FEED

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

about 19 hours ago

Getting ready for Relay for Life, held at WSHS in honor of Ms. Brown and Mackenzie! We hope to see you there today from 7-9, rain or shine! If rain, we will be in the gym and baseball stands, if shine, we will be in front of the high school. These are some of the luminaria bags IHO and IMO staff, students, and alumni of WSSD51. view image

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

2 days ago

You're invited to : "LIGHT the NIGHT" at Riegel Stadium and Lou Brissie Field. Come out to enjoy baseball and the great REVEALING of the "new" light towers and LED lights....TODAY! The JV team plays Whitmire at 5PM. At 7PM we will have the ceremonial lighting of the towers for all to behold! LIGHT the NIGHT...POWER the TOWERS! The varsity team will then face off against Whitmire. Go Hornets!

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

2 days ago

The weather for tomorrow is “iffy,” so we have come up with a plan for having our Relay for Life event - come rain or shine (praying for shine)! By 5PM we will decide if the event will be held on the front lawn of the high school (if "shine") or if it will be held in the gym and baseball stands (if "rain"). Public parking will be in the back parking lot of the high school, regardless of the weather. The luminiarias will be placed around the horseshoe drive (if "shine") or in the covered baseball stands (if "rain"). The event is from 7-9PM. See you there!

Dr. Fay Sprouse

Dr. Fay Sprouse

3 days ago

We had a great time at WSMS today when Scaly Adventures spoke to each grade! We learned about certain reptiles, their habits, and their habitats. We also learned valuable character lessons such as caring for each other and respecting others. Being resilient, overcoming fears, and following our dreams were other themes of the event. view image

Ware Shoals 51

Ware Shoals 51

3 days ago

In order to help solve the problem of low participation during eLearning, Mrs. Dunn is conducting a research study. Please complete the following survey for each of your students who attend Ware Shoals High School. You can access the survey from the link below: https://bit.ly/2Q8Xr2g view image

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