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Barringer to be renamed for local activist Charles H. Parker
CMS announces plans for in-person graduation
Career and College Promise saves time, money for postsecondary education
Camp CMS registration is open
CMS to transition high school and middle school students to Plan A
3/23/2021Starting April 12, in-person instruction for students in grades 6-12 increases to four days a week
Women’s History Month: Leading by example
Youth Art Month: Celebrating visual arts education
UPDATE: CMS shifts all students to remote learning March 18
3/18/2021Severe weather forecasts influence decision
CMS announces new principals for Highland Mill, Newell
CMS to increase in-person instruction
Breaking barriers for students and families
3/8/2021National School Social Work Week is March 7-13
The arts come virtually to CMS
3/5/2021Arts community collaborates to provide virtual experiences for students
CMS to hold community engagement session for 2021-22 budget
Representing all voices
Board extends employment term for superintendent
2/23/2021Contract extension awarded to Earnest Winston
CMS set to temporarily close After School Enrichment Programs
2/23/2021Low enrollment forces difficult decision
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle adapts to support students
Black History Month: Bea Thompson
2/19/2021Charlotte’s first Black female television news anchor
CTE expands career opportunities with two new pathways
Bringing the mountain to Mohammed
2/15/2021Rocky River teachers and staff hit the streets for students
Schools find new ways to celebrate Black History Month
Hit me with your best shot
N.C. Education Corps seeks to bring extra support to CMS during COVID-19
2/8/2021Education Corps recruiting an additional 105 members to serve the district
The show must go on
2/5/2021Arts educators adapt to pandemic with digital tools
With technology, JROTC marches on
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