Copeland makes Dean’s List at Notre Dame
Scott Copeland of Fort Mill has been named to the Dean's List in the University of Notre Dame’s College of Arts and Letters for the fall semester.
Students who achieve Dean’s honors at Notre Dame represent the top 30 percent of students in their college.
Katz makes Dean’s List at Wingate
Megan Katz of Fort Mill was named to the Wingate University Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semester.
The Dean’s List at Wingate University is comprised of undergraduate students who earned a grade point average during the semester of at least a 3.30 with no grade below a “C” in a minimum of 12 semester hours.
Home-schooled kids can take P.E. at the YMCA
Parents who home-school their children can sign up for Home School P.E. at the Fort Mill YMCA. The program is for ages kindergarten to grade five. For more information, go to upperpalmettoymca.org.
Free tickets available for students to see ‘Selma’
Plenty of free tickets for middle school students to see the movie “Selma” at Rock Hill’s Manchester Cinemas 14 are still available, organizers of the event said.
Local organizers – who added Rock Hill to a national movement in 28 areas to send students to see the movie about the events leading up to the 1965 civil rights march at Selma, Ala. – raised enough money to buy tickets for about 4,000 students. Through Thursday, though, only about 400 of the tickets had been used, said Dr. Bill Alleyne, coordinator of the Charlotte effort.
Any student in northern South Carolina or the Charlotte region who presents a valid student ID can get a ticket to see the movie in Rock Hill or at two theaters in Charlotte – Regal Starlight Stadium 14 in the University area and Regal Stonecrest at Piper Glen Stadium 22 & IMAX in south Charlotte.
To check movie times and locations go to selmastudenttickets.com.