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Join the schools of Catawba County as they host an Open House for prospective teachers on Saturday, May 3rd at Maiden High.
Selena Y., a freshman at Maiden High School, will see her self-portrait artwork on permanent display at North Carolina’s Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI).
The Bunker Hill High School FFA Chapter has been awarded a $5,000 program improvement grant from the North Carolina Tobacco Trust Fund Commission. These funds will be used to purchase a computer-operated plasma cutting table . . .
The Fred T. Foard JROTC Tiger Battalion, under the leadership of First Sergeant (R) William Thiel and LTC (R) Steven Crowe, recently conducted its annual Service Learning Project (Fight Against Hunger, Stuff the Ruck Canned Food Drive).
How can students learn without eating breakfast in the morning? This question has been asked by many educators over the years. Fortunately, Sandy Helms, CCS child nutrition supervisor, found the answer.
Claremont Elementary celebrated the end of a grading period with a Snowball Extravaganza. The celebration was part of the school's Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) incentive and was enjoyed by 86% of the student body.
The National Junior Art Honor Society at Maiden Middle School created "Welcome Wildcat" signs in English, Hmong and Spanish in order to help create a more inviting and welcoming environment for students.
The Blackburn Elementary Science Olympiad team won first place in the Catawba Regional Elementary Science Olympiad Tournament held March 1, 2014 at Lenoir-Rhyne University.
Rutherford Electric Membership Corporation is honoring teachers and celebrating innovation in education by awarding Bright Ideas education grants to 19 area educators. One of those grants was awarded to Ruth Kiser at Mt. View Elementary School.
Catawba County Public Health school nurse Sandy Wilson, RN, BSN, NCSN, recently presented an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to Snow Creek Elementary School. The device will offer lifesaving services to more than . . .