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Local students continue tradition at soup kitchen

Local students continue tradition at soup kitchen

Serving and interacting with Charlotte residents in need is something a group of students at Park Road Montessori School not only enjoy, but a weekly ritual they look forward to…. Read more »

Thrown a curve

Thrown a curve

When Brooke Rogers was diagnosed with scoliosis as a 10-year-old, she never imagined it would provide her with the opportunities and responsibilities she has today. Now 17, the Ardrey Kell… Read more »

Ardrey Kell tops CMS in new test results

Ardrey Kell tops CMS in new test results

Though last year’s recently released test scores show a definitive drop because of state-mandated, more rigorous tests, most schools in south Charlotte faired well, meeting or exceeding growth expectations. But… Read more »

MetLife teams up with Montclaire for finance class

MetLife teams up with Montclaire for finance class

It’s important for businesses to become part of the fabric that makes up a community. That’s the belief of insurance giant MetLife, who currently is working to move its U.S…. Read more »

Bailey, Davis look to lead CMS forward

Bailey, Davis look to lead CMS forward

South Charlotte’s Eric Davis, re-elected to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education on Tuesday, now has a new partner to help advocate for the needs of area students. It’s his… Read more »

Preparing Future Knights

Preparing Future Knights

Ardrey Kell High School senior and safety Eddie Petzke remembers watching his older brother play football at Ardrey Kell years ago. First as a student at Hawk Ridge Elementary School… Read more »

One big IDEA

One big IDEA

South Mecklenburg High freshman Jake Elabdellaoui didn’t know what the IDEA Academy was all about when he started school in August. Jake is one of 75 students in the Innovation,… Read more »

Encouraging passion through action

Encouraging passion through action

Character education is a key component in building up successful students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. So when a group of teachers from Carmel Middle School were looking at the school’s improvement… Read more »

CMS candidates make one more push to voters

CMS candidates make one more push to voters

Separating themselves from the crowd is a foggy path for candidates running for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education District 6 seat, but the issues are clear. What do candidates… Read more »

The bonding power of soup

The bonding power of soup

Service and community are part of the mission and key values at Charlotte Country Day School. But being socially responsible doesn’t have to be a chore. That’s why the school… Read more »