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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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First Grade Fun

First Grade Fun

First Grade students at Finley Road perform "Car Wash" at the 25th anniversary music show.

Future Teachers

Future Teachers

District schools enjoy working with these and other prospective teachers from Winthrop University.

High School Theatre at Its Best

High School Theatre at Its Best

Northwestern students captivated the audience at their recent musical-comedy production of The Addams Family.

We're Doing What?

We're Doing What?

Rawlinson Road 7th graders dissect owl pellets in science lab.

STEM Inventors

STEM Inventors

These Oakdale fifth-graders, along with their proud teacher, represented York County at the recent Duke Energy Invention Convention in Greenville.

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