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  • Thirty-Three SCS Students Received Armfield Scholarships

    The Edward M. Armfield, Sr. Foundation annually awards scholarships to deserving students graduating from each of the five traditional high schools in Surry County.[1] Scholarships are awarded to students who will be attending four-year colleges or universities or Surry Community College.

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  • North Surry FFA Holds Ribbon Cutting for New Agricultural Barn

    The sun was shining even though mother nature brought the rain on Friday, May 17, 2019, during the ribbon cutting ceremony at North Surry High School inside the new agricultural barn. The new barn was the perfect setting for

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  • SCS Hosts Summer Sports Camps

    We are pleased to announce that Surry County Schools will host summer sports camps. In order to register for Tennis and Soccer (rising 2nd-8th graders), please download the registration and information form. Soccer and Tennis will cost $50 per student per 4 day week.

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  • 2018-2019 End of Year Testing Schedules

    Information for end of the year testing.

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  • Comprehensive Needs Assessment for the 2019-2020 School Year

    You have the option of attending the Face-to-Face session, or accessing it virtually. For your convenience, the Face-to-Face session will occur at 5:25 p.m., at Pilot Mountain Middle, Tuesday, May 14.

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  • Summer Food Rocks!

    Surry County Schools School Nutrition is offering free meals this summer at Meadowview Magnet Middle School cafeteria. Meadowview Magnet Middle School is located at 1282 McKinney Road, Mount Airy. The dates are June 13 - July 26, Monday-Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free meals are available for CHILDREN 2-18 years of age. Meals must be eaten on-site.

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  • SCS Pathways: Superintendent's May Updates

    This month's issue includes BOE updates, a tribute to Mrs. Betsy Manieri, May Employee of the May, and much more.

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