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The Bandys High School Chorus and Handbell Ensemble offers its fall concert presentation on Tuesday, October 21st at Rehobeth United Methodist Church in Terrell, NC. The concert will begin at 7:00 PM
Amy Wilson, director of the Catawba County Schools Exceptional Children’s (EC) program, has announced that Torri Stapleton is the district’s nominee for the 2014 North Carolina Exceptional Teacher of Excellence Award.
Heads up: robotic language ahead! Seven robotics teams recently participated in the first annual Claremont 500 at Bunker Hill High School (BHHS). The race track was set up in Second Hall at BHHS.
On Thursday, October 9th, 2014, the St. Stephens High School chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) inducted 23 new members for the 2014-2015 school year.
CCS was one of 12 North Carolina public school districts recently honored for their four-year cohort graduation rates. Challenger High was one of 43 high schools recognized for graduating 100% of students in their four-year cohorts.
It's that time again! Students, families, faculty, and anyone from the community may nominate and vote for their favorite teacher in the Hometown Hero Teacher Appreciation Program.
Betty C. Blackburn, one of Catawba County’s veteran educators and supporters of education, was given a surprise honor at September’s Board of Education meeting.
Catawba County Parents as Teachers (PAT) recently held its first-ever “Roll and Read – Powered by Parents as Teachers.” With a focus on physical well-being and early literacy, the event was held at Southside Park in Newton.
Blackburn Elementary recently hosted the District 7 teacher assistant Mini-Conference. There were two staff development sessions offered: Smellies & Beyond and Writing with Legos.
Jacobs Fork Middle School launched the PRIDE program this school year. The acronym stands for Purpose, Respect, Integrity, Discipline, and Excellence.
The floor level of the CVCC Tarlton Center was jammed recently as high school students and their parents turned out to learn about higher education options. Registration numbers show that 656 students and 455 parents attended for a total of 1,111.
At Catawba Elementary, we “mustache” (must ask) our students to read! A display greets students and visitors as they enter the building that encourages reading by portraying book characters wearing mustaches to capitalize on the popular motif.
Catawba County Schools Title I Literacy Specialists, Instructional Coaches, and Interventionists met recently for the latest updates on state and local literacy initiatives.
Dr. Jeffrey Isenhour, principal at Bunker Hill High School, has been selected as a final member of the North Carolina Academic Standards Review Commission. He is one of eleven citizens chosen from a cross-section of professionals from across the state.