Middle school students spent their day working side by side with Googlers during the Students@Work event sponsored locally by Google in support of the Carolina Business Committee for Education and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
Board of Education members enjoyed visiting with students, teachers and administrators during their third and final scheduled Walk Through this school year, which gave them an opportunity to move about as a group and experience the uniqueness of each school in the district.
While cooking in the heat of competition, the South Caldwell High School ProStart Culinary team placed first at the 2017 North Carolina ProStart Invitational held over the weekend in Morrisville.
Elementary students were engaged in an all-out book war this week during the Elementary Battle of the Books and after rounds of competition, Granite Falls Elementary School was declared the winner.
Baton Elementary students hit the bull’s eye during the National Archery in Schools Program competition, ranking the 23-member archery team of fourth and fifth graders first in the state.
Hudson Middle School Battle of the Books team won first place among eight competing teams of voracious readers in grades 6 through 8 who have labored over 27 books in preparation for the annual Caldwell County Middle School Battle of the Books Competition.
Scott Cooke, science teacher at Gamewell Middle School, has been named the 2017 North Carolina Middle Level Education Teacher to Watch by one of the state’s largest, most prominent organizations for providing support, resources and recognition for middle level education.