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Six Lexington Two teachers selected for 2017 Science P.L.U.S. Institute

Roper Mountain Science Center, a facility of Greenville County Schools, has announced six teachers from Lexington School District 2 have been selected to at tend the Science P.L.U.S. Institute summer 2017. Teachers selected from Lexington 2 include Samantha Rudolph, Fulmer Middle; Belinda Hardin and Leshaun Mathis, Pine Ridge Middle; Christopher Johnson,

C.A. Taylor Elementary; Nichole Griffin, Congaree Elementary; and Jessica Dorn, Saluda River Academy for the Arts.

The courses for the 2017 Science P. L. U. S. Institute include 18 different one-week classes in weather, earth science, life science, space, and physical science. Classes are built around specific grade levels corresponding to the South Carolina Science Academic Standards for grades one through 12.

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