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Helping boys chase their dreams

Helping boys chase their dreams

When Stephen Vaughn’s dad died just a few years ago, it helped put life into perspective for the former physical education teacher. Vaughn grew up in a faith-based home filled… Read more »

Creating inclusion in the gardens

Creating inclusion in the gardens

Two students at Providence High School are turning their senior exit projects into service projects that will help benefit a sometimes-overlooked group of students at the school. Providence High seniors… Read more »

Parents create a firm ‘foundation’ at Olde Providence

Parents create a firm ‘foundation’ at Olde Providence

It was just two and half years ago when a group of parents at Olde Providence Elementary School became fed up with the lack of funding and ever-growing needs at… Read more »

Covenant Day theater students ready to raise the ‘Curtains’

Covenant Day theater students ready to raise the ‘Curtains’

A murder mystery “whodunit,” comedy and musical all wrapped up in a show within in a show – that’s how directors and cast at Covenant Day School describe their up-and-coming… Read more »

Rethinking the classroom

Rethinking the classroom

It took some time and adjustment from both teachers and students at first, but the Teach to One: Math program at McClintock Middle School is showing signs of success –… Read more »

Local teens receive a different kind of training

Local teens receive a different kind of training

Providence High School student Bryson Estridge always knew he wanted to become a firefighter after graduation. So it was a no brainer for the south Charlotte senior to enroll in… Read more »

Local schools getting safer

Local schools getting safer

Teachers at Alexander Graham Middle School have for years asked Principal Bob Folk to find a way to keep the school’s many exterior doors locked. But the task proved difficult,… Read more »

Students at South Meck, Collinswood become amigos

Students at South Meck, Collinswood become amigos

Students in South Mecklenburg High School’s Spanish Immersion class are using their Spanish-speaking skills to show students at Collinswood Language Academy that learning the language can be fun and entertaining…. Read more »

Falcon Leaders ease classroom stress

Falcon Leaders ease classroom stress

You don’t have to be a parent or an adult to volunteer and make a difference in local schools – that’s the belief of leaders at Smithfield Elementary School and… Read more »

Going live in 3… 2… 1…

Going live in 3… 2… 1…

Drew Kromer can be found every Friday bustling around South Mecklenburg High School’s broadcasting studio, directing operations and ensuring his team of about 11 students are ready to go on… Read more »