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  Lunch   Today's Lunch
Corn Dog
Sweet Potato Sticks
Baked Beans
Fresh Diced Cucumber
Sliced Strawberries-All Grades
Orange Juice-HS Only
Chef Salad-2 GB
Today's Breakfast
Powered Donut Hole
Sliced Peach Cup 4 oz
100% orange Juice
Choice of Milk
     Sports (2)  Sporting Events for the Next 2 Weeks
Sat, May 07: Track, Lower State Meet, TBA, 8:00am
Sat, May 14: Track, State Meet, Spring Valley HS, 8:00am
   EPAC (8)  EPAC Events for the Next 2 Weeks
09: Latta Community Singers Rehearsal - 6:30pm
11: Latta Community Singers Rehearsal - 6:30pm
12: Fellowship of Christian Athletes - 8:00am
12: High School and Middle School Chorus Concert - 6:30pm
13: Latta Community Singers - 7:00pm
15: Latta Community Singers - 3:00pm
19: Fellowship of Christian Athletes - 8:00am
19: Baccalaureate Service - 6:30pm

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Tax deductible donations to support Latta Schools programs can be made electronically at the Future Minds donation site by clicking this button, or directly via mail to the Latta Schools Educational Foundation at 205 King Street, Latta South Carolina.

Saturday, May 21st, Color Run Festival

The Latta Schools are sponsoring our Second-Annual Color Run Festival fundraiser to support student academics, activities and athletics. This will be a fun day of fitness, food and fellowship, highlighted by the chance for the whole family to participate in the Color Run/Walk! Half of the proceeds will offset expenses for athletics in grades 7-12. Remaining funds will be designated for teacher-created opportunities to enrich learning and activities within each of the Latta schools, grades pre-K-12. Last year's funds supported outdoor gardens and Montessori materials at Latta Elementary, project-based learning field trips at Latta Middle and a new video production class at Latta High. All our children will be winners when our community comes together in support of academics, activities and athletics!

Your family may support this activity in several ways:

We hope you will be a part of this community effort to support our schools! Please indicate your involvement on this form (CLICK HERE) and return it to any of the Latta Schools, with payment, NO LATER THAN FRIDAY, May 6th!! Runner/Walker registrations must be received no later than this date!! You will not be able to sign up to run/walk on the day of the festival! Checks can be made out to Latta High School. If you need any further information, give Leigh Sloan a call at Latta High, 843-752-5751, or email at

You can also register or donate online using credit cards at

LHS and LMS End-of-Course Examinations

The End-of-Course Examination Program's (EOCEP) Spring 2016 testing dates are listed below. All tests will be given in the morning on these dates. To learn more about the EOCEP visit Dates are as follows:

Latta Middle School
English I - May 17
Algebra I - May 19

Latta High School
English I - May 17
Algebra I - May 18
Biology I - May 19

FFA Plant Sale

FFA Flowers for Sale The cold weather has finally moved on and it is time for spring planting. Please visit the Latta FFA for all your planting needs. We have a large selection of plants including Knockout roses and ferns.

Thanks for your support of the Latta FFA!

Click the link below to see the price list.

Price List

2015-16 Teachers of the Year

2015-16 Teachers of the Year Congratulations to the Teachers of the Year for 2015-16 in Latta Schools! They are Susan Bryson (standing), Elizabeth Snipes (seated, left), and Melanie Solter (seated, right).

Melanie Solter,
District Teacher of the Year, and
Teacher of the Year for Latta Middle School.
She has taught for seven years. She earned a BA in Secondary Education from Purdue University, in West Lafayette, IN. She later earned a MEd in Educational Leadership at Winthrop University in Rockhill, SC. She has spent all of her teaching career at Latta Middle School. She teaches social studies.

Susan Bryson,
Teacher of the Year for Latta High School.
She has taught for twenty-one years. She earned a Bachelor's Degree and a Master's Degree from Francis Marion University. She began her teaching career at South Florence High School and began teaching in the Latta School District in 1999. She teaches mathematics and is a sponsor of both the Latta High School Interact Club and the National Honor Society.

Elizabeth Snipes,
Teacher of the Year for Latta Elementary School.
She has taught for five years. She earned a BA in Elementary Education from St. Andrews University in Laurinburg, NC. Last year, she earned her MEd in Reading and Literacy from Walden University. She also recently completed Montessori certification. She has taught four of her five years in Latta and 'absolutely loves being a teacher at Latta Elementary School.'

We are all proud of their accomplishments and know they will continue to excel!