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Teachers returned to work August 19th and many of them participated in informational sessions centered around their individual subject specialties. Pictured below are various shots from around the district’s first staff day for 2014-2015.
Challenger Early College High School (CECHS) has opened its doors for its 10th year to a new class of incoming freshmen.Challenger-10th-Anniversary CECHS serves 400 students from Alexander County and Catawba County in partnership with . . .
Principals, Assistant Principals, and District Administrators gathered August 14th & 15th for their 2014 retreat held on the grounds of the North Carolina Boy’s Academy on Lake Hickory.
Students, families, faculty, and anyone from the community may nominate and vote for their favorite teacher in the Hometown Hero Teacher Appreciation Program.
Leslie Barnette, Federal Programs director for Catawba County Schools, has announced that two workshops will be offered during the next months. The workshops are funded through Title I.
The basketball season will stretch into the summer of 2015 for Randy Joines, as he has been tapped to serve as head coach of the West Regional All-Star Girls Team.
Marty Sharpe has been named Catawba County Schools Chief Technology Officer, Superintendent Dan Brigman announced Thursday. Sharpe had previously been serving as Assistant Technology Officer.
Two Catawba County Schools Child Nutrition Managers won awards at the annual School Association conference at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.
Arndt Middle School has a new principal as Lee Miller was appointed to the position at the Catawba County Board of Education’s July 28th meeting. Miller has been serving as assistant principal at Bunker Hill High for several years.
As part of her summer literacy initiative, St. Stephens High School (SSHS) Media Coordinator Tammy Cordeiro opened Harry Potter’s Chamber of Secrets in the school’s media center.