Harperville News

By SHEILA SANDERS,

Report Cards come out Thursday, Oct. 17

The cooler weather could not have come at a better time. The milder temperatures made last week’s Fall Break much more enjoyable.  I read a funny post on Facebook that said something to the effect that, “You can smell taco soup across Mississippi this week.”  There is probably a lot of truth to that statement. Most of us have been just waiting for a cool snap to bring out our soup and chili recipes. 

Congratulations to Tabitha McDaniel who was crowned as Scott Central’s 2019 Homecoming Queen last Thursday night and also congratulations to Aerianna Hardaway on being crowned as the 2019 Football Queen. 

The SC Rebels trounced Newton 55-12 in their second district game.  They will play their third district game at Union on Friday, October 18.  After an open week on October 25th, SC will end its regular season when they play Lake at home on Halloween, October 31.

The Scott Central Rebel Pride Marching Band performed at the Marching Festival in Philadelphia on Saturday. The band received excellent ratings and drum major Brianna Sanford, received superior ratings. The band has an entertaining and challenging half-time show and have devoted endless hours of practice over the summer and this miserably hot fall.  Congratulations on their successful marching season.  The band is under the direction of Mrs. Kathleen Riser. 

Parents, be on the lookout, report cards for the first nine weeks will be issued on Thursday, October 17, 2019.

Harperville Baptist Church will host their annual Trunk or Treat on Wednesday, October 30 at the church gym.  There will be games, booths, candy and a light dinner will be served to all children and parents in attendance.  The event is open to everyone and children may wear costumes.