|Dismissal starts at 11:30!|
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Help us congratulate the following Fifth grade Labs. They worked very hard and represented our school and district with honor and pride at the 60th Annual USC Region II Science and Engineering Fair (Junior Division). There were 500+ students in our division!!
|back row from left to right: Madison Woods, Emily Bartsch, Jessica Whitlock|
front: Riley Robinson, Sophia Ritter
Madison Woods: Outstanding Achievement - Best Twenty Awards for 5th grade "SPF to the Rescue" What effect does sunscreen SPF levels have on the sun's ultra violet (UV) rays?
Emily Bartsch: Outstanding Achievement - Best Twenty Awards for 5th grade- "Crude Awakening" What effect do oil spills have on aquatic plants?
Jessica Whitlock: Outstanding Achievement - Best Twenty Awards for 5th grade "It;s Not All Fun and Games" - What Effect does Video Gaming Have on Your Health?
Riley Robinson: Outstanding Achievement - Best Twenty Awards for 5th grade, 3rd Place - Best 3 of Twenty Awards for 5th grade, 3rd Place - Geological Sciences and $25 "Temperature Turbine Twist" -What Effect Does Water Temperature Have on Hydroelectricity Power Output?
Sophia Ritter: 2nd Place for the Belle W. Baruch Institute Award for Excellence in Marine or Environmental Sciences and $50- "Sinking Ducks" What effect does detergent have on the buoyancy of duck feathers?
Friday, March 18, 2016
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Congratulations to the following 5th grade students for giving their best EFFORT and for representing Langford at the USC Region II Science and Engineering Fair:
Sophia Ritter, Bailee Quinn, Madison Wood, Emily Bartsch, Jessica Whitlock, Christian Carter
Avery Thye, Riley Robinson, Omari Fleming, Robert Johnson
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Monday, March 7, 2016
Welcome Ms. Harrison, Langford's Principal for the Day- March 8, 2016
Tiffany joined MEBA in July 2015 as an economic development professional with more than 15 years of experience in South Carolina. Tiffany served as the Economic Development Director for Fairfield County from 2006 – 2015 and held several positions in Grants Administration at the South Carolina Department of Commerce from 2000-2006. During her tenure in Fairfield County, Tiffany was responsible for recruiting new industry, supporting existing industry and product, infrastructure and workforce development.
Tiffany is a graduate of Columbia College with an undergraduate degree in Business Administration. Tiffany is Certified SC Economic Developer, a Rotarian, a member of the Regional Education Center Advisory Board and a member of the Midlands Technical College Fairfield Quick Jobs Center Advisory Board.
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Friday, March 4, 2016
Congratulations to our 4th Grade students for being featured on the Valley Forge- National Park Service Website! On a recent field study to Historic Brattonsville, students practiced army drills. Mrs. Johnson, fourth grade teacher, discovered that her students could be a part of history by "joining the numbers" in honor of the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service. To learn more about the project and see Langford's feature, visit the National Park Service's site.