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Education Briefs: Oct. 23

Education Briefs: Oct. 23

CMS awarded funds to improve student mental health services Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools was awarded a $3.3-million grant to increase student access to mental health services and resources. The money will fund… Read more »

CMS teacher turnover rates increasing

CMS teacher turnover rates increasing

The number of teachers leaving Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and North Carolina public schools increased from last year, according to a report by the state Department of Public Instruction (DPI). In CMS,… Read more »

Education Briefs: Oct. 16

Education Briefs: Oct. 16

Myers Park launches annual coat drive through October Myers Park High School will collect coats throughout October as part of the school’s annual coat drive. The school will collect adult-sized,… Read more »

Randolph students use racing science to earn $50,000 grant

Randolph students use racing science to earn $50,000 grant

Six Randolph IB Middle School students and three faculty members earned a new advanced technology makerspace after winning the NASCAR Foundation’s inaugural P.I.T. (Promoting Innovation and Technology) Crew Project. Team… Read more »

Beverly Woods earns National Blue Ribbon distinction

Beverly Woods earns National Blue Ribbon distinction

Beverly Woods Elementary School was recognized by the United States Department of Education as one of the 335 schools nationally and three schools in North Carolina as a National Blue… Read more »

CMS third-graders learn about fire safety

CMS third-graders learn about fire safety

Every third-grader in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools learned about fire safety last week during Fire Prevention Week, thanks to the Charlotte Fire Department. The department and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Fire Marshall’s Office visited… Read more »

Faith institution makes impact in and out of the classroom

Faith institution makes impact in and out of the classroom

McClintock Middle School wouldn’t be the STEM-focused, partial-magnet school it is today without a decade-long partnership with Christ Lutheran Church (CLC), and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Urban… Read more »

Charlotte Catholic gets down in the ‘dust’

Charlotte Catholic gets down in the ‘dust’

Charlotte Catholic High School theater director Marcus Riter made his imagination come to life for the school’s fall play. Unlike the steampunk futu ristic vibe Riter’s “The Fell” brought last… Read more »

New teacher makes directorial debut in ‘Sleeping Beauty’

New teacher makes directorial debut in ‘Sleeping Beauty’

Charlotte Christian School’s theater department will kick off its season with a breath of fresh air. Angela Tomaselli started this school year as the new middle and upper school theater… Read more »

Survey reveals increased marijuana, prescription drug use

Survey reveals increased marijuana, prescription drug use

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and the Center for Prevention Services (CPS) discovered more high school and middle school students are using marijuana and prescription medication, according to the 2015 Youth Drug Survey,… Read more »