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  • Rock Hill Schools will have a bond referendum on May 5, 2015, to seek approval of a five-year facility improvement plan that will transform our school facilities in the areas of safety and energy efficiency; building renovations; repairs and replacements; buses and grounds; new construction and technology upgrades.The referendum is in the amount of $110 million, but there will be NO TAX INCREASE for taxpayers. Information on the referendum and how schools will benefit can be found at http://www.rock-hill.k12.sc.us/community/2015schoolbondreferendum.aspx. More

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Fuel Up to Play 60

Fuel Up to Play 60

CHMS students took part in the 2013 Student Ambassador Summit with the Carolina Panthers. Students learned ways to incorporate physical activity in their daily lives and sampled nutrious snacks.

iRock at CHMS

iRock at CHMS

Students received their iPads as part of the RHSD iRock initiative.

Teacher of the Year

Teacher of the Year

Pat Grawe, a 6th grade guidance counselor, is the Castle Heights 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year.

QR Scavenger Hunt

QR Scavenger Hunt

Castle Heights hosted a summer camp for rising 6th grade students to introduce them to middle school. Here students use iPads in a QR Scavenger Hunt.

Watch Us!

Watch Us!

Castle Heights has been recognized as a National Forum Schools to Watch school.

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