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South Tri-M hosts talent show Thursday

South Stanly High School’s Tri-M Music Honor Society will host a talent show for the first time in years.

The talent show will be at 6 p.m. Thursday in the school auditorium. Prizes

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will be given for first-, second- and third-places. With a variety of talents to be showcased, the school encourages anyone and everyone to attend the talent show and see the talent of the students and staff that walk the hallways every day.

South Stanly High School’s wrestling team has once again made history. Out of 26 teams, South Stanly placed second in the 1A Eastern Regional Tournament. Not only have the wrestlers been accomplishing great things recently, so has the men’s basketball team. South Stanly’s basketball team clinched a share of the Yadkin Valley Conference regular-season championship.

Throughout February, South Stanly High School students and staff have been celebrating Career and Technical Education (CTE).

South Stanly offers a variety of Career and Technical Education classes to students. CTE classes help to teach students specific career skills, all while preparing them for life after high school.

CTE courses provide students with the academic, technical and employability skills needed for workplace and postsecondary success. Each Tuesday in February, South Stanly had a guest speaker during Bull Pride in the auditorium.

Kellie Johnson is a student at South Stanly High School. She will report in about happenings at the high school.