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Statesville Record & Landmark

Statesville High grad receives ECU Outstanding Alumni Award

Statesville High School graduate Jim Westmoreland was recently honored with the Outstanding Alumni Award at East Carolina University in Greenville. Westmoreland was a member of the class of 1970 at SHS. He was one of six ECU alumni honored at A Purple and Gold Evening at the Greenville Convention Center.
STATESVILLE, NC
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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Spiders throttle Trojans to remain atop SPC standings

CONCORD – The Cream of Cabarrus sixth-ranked Concord Spiders extended their winning streak to five games on Friday night, taking down rival Northwest Cabarrus, 48-14, at Trojan Stadium. The Spiders used a tough ground-and-pound approach to control the game, as their total number of passes thrown was the same number...
CONCORD, NC
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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: With Lee nearing state record, Bulldogs establish new team marks in shellacking of Cardinals

CONCORD – Jay M. Robinson out-scored its first two conference opponents 87-7. Friday night, the Bulldogs out-scored ONE conference opponent by nearly the same margin. Cream of Cabarrus second-ranked Jay M. Robinson set a school record for points in a game by thrashing winless Monroe Union Academy, 82-8, scoring an astounding 12 touchdowns – including two defensive TDs – at Bulldog Stadium Friday night. The Bulldogs also broke the school record for margin of victory in a single game.
CONCORD, NC
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Rep. Hudson presents Congressional Awards to three Cabarrus County students

Rep. Richard Hudson presented three students from Cabarrus County with the Congressional Award Thursday at his Concord office. The Congressional Award is a non-partisan, voluntary and non-competitive award for achieving goals in volunteering, character development, and fitness. All three Cabarrus recipients received the Silver Award, after completing 400 hours of...
Independent Tribune

Quick named EC Educator of Excellence

EC self-contained classroom teacher Melody Quick from Mount Pleasant Middle School has been selected as the Cabarrus County EC Educator of Excellence for the 2021-2022 school year. Quick began her career as an exceptional children teacher assistant in Cabarrus County Schools in 2004. She later obtained her degree as an...
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Salisbury Post

Catawba College will require COVID-19 vaccinations in 2022

SALISBURY — Catawba College students, faculty and staff on the campus have 10 weeks to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the school announced Friday. Catawba joins Livingstone College in requiring the vaccinations. Rowan-Cabarrus Community College requires vaccinations or weekly tests for faculty and staff starting this month. Catawba’s vaccination requirement takes effect Jan. 1.
SALISBURY, NC
Salisbury Post

State budget process could mean big gains or loss of funding for schools

SALISBURY — Uncertainty looms over every school district in North Carolina as state budget negotiations drag on, and the outcome could slow down a major funding goal for Rowan-Salisbury Schools. Every district in the state is holding out hope for significant pay raises for staff funded by the state and...
SALISBURY, NC
Statesville Record & Landmark

Shorthanded North Iredell to entertain undefeated Statesville

It’s Week 9 of the high school football season. Highlighting Friday’s matchups is Statesville (6-0, 4-0) at North Iredell (2-4, 2-2). Kickoff is 7 p.m. Both teams made up games Monday. Statesville dominated in a 56-7 win over West Iredell, and North Iredell struggled in a 48-0 loss at Hickory.
STATESVILLE, NC
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Games to Watch – Charters renew rivalry; Hough travels to rested Creek

Lake Norman Charter at Community School of Davidson. Breakdown: Lake Norman Charter (5-1) has won three straight as they take on the Catawba Shores’ first-place team in Community School of Davidson (4-2) to resume a rivalry for the first time since 2019. The Knights are coming off a 46-6 blowout of Bear Grass Charter Oct. 8, when they were able to rest the starters late. Quarterback Cameron Ryerson operates a balanced offensive attack that features Quincy McKay as his top target. CSD also reeled off three straight wins and took down Carver 35-12 last week. The Spartans defense has been especially stout in conference play, yielding just 11 points per contest.
DAVIDSON, NC
Winston-Salem Journal

Here's where Winston-Salem's new Brunson Elementary could go

A committee of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education recommended the school district spend $2.2 million for a new Brunson Elementary School at 1201 N. Patterson Ave., the former site of a Thomasville Furniture plant. The recommendation from the Buildings and Grounds committee on Tuesday is a significant step...
WINSTON-SALEM, NC
Salisbury Post

High school football: Cougars romp over rival East

CHINA GROVE — Carson’s football team thrilled a big Senior Night crowd by pounding rival East Rowan 45-7 on Wednesday. Carson had lost three straight in the series, so it was a feel-good triumph for the Cougars, who notched their first South Piedmont Conference win of the season. Carson ended...
CHINA GROVE, NC
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State Senator Jeff Jackson Visits Campus: CPE Hosts Town Hall; Jackson Engages with Student Body

Hunter Callaway ’22 (He/Him), Senior Political Correspondent. This past Friday, North Carolina State Senator (D) Jeff Jackson held a town hall in the Alvarez College Union. Students had the opportunity to ask questions about his campaign and hear about his experiences around the state. Senator Jackson currently represents District 37 in southeast Mecklenburg County. He was elected in 2014 as the second-youngest senator in the state and is now running for a seat in the United States Senate.
DAVIDSON, NC
Statesville Record & Landmark

Grant will help I-SS reward employees in high need schools

Iredell-Statesville Schools hopes a $21.2 million competitive Department of Education grant helps the school system address students in high-need schools. "It will allow us to reward employees in these hard-to-fill jobs," Martin Page, chair of the Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education, said. Page said that often these high-need schools are...
STATESVILLE, NC