For the first time since 2006, the St. Stephens High School (SSHS) NJROTC won the Admirals Cup annual physical fitness challenge with a virtual sweep of all events.
Every two years students and staff at St. Stephens Elementary School (SSES) participate in International Day festivities. International Day is an opportunity for students to explore the cultures of their classmates and teachers . . .
Over 275 parents and students enjoyed Catawba Elementary’s recent spring carnival. Prior to the event, Dr. Dan Brigman, CCS superintendent, performed a hilarious dance on iCatawba, the school’s weekly news program . . .
The Catawba County Schools Board of Education approved several reassignments and new hires at its May 13th meeting.
The Startown PE Club recently gave three performances at Startown Elementary. Students donated a dollar each to see a performance and all proceeds went to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JRDF) fundraiser.
Catawba County Schools recently held its annual Modern Woodmen District Speech Contest. Students from nine elementary schools participated.
Parents As Teachers (PAT) has been busy conducting family "Group Connections" this school year. Once a month, PAT hosts an event where all of the families enrolled in the program are invited for a time of fun, fellowship, . . .
Vicki Watson's Pre-Kindergarten class at Claremont Elementary School shows how play and learning go hand-in-hand.
Sixth graders from Mountain View Elementary recently participated in a Soapbox Derby in Lenoir. The team consisting of Aliyah R., Tessa P., Sebastian T., Karlina H., Kaleb S., and Maelyn C. participated in the April 2013 Gravity Games.
Catawba County Schools (CCS) just wound down activities surrounding School Library Month (SLM). SLM is the American Association of School Librarians' (AASL) celebration of school librarians and their programs.
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