News Releases

  • CCS Teachers Awarded Community Ed Grants

    The Education Foundation Inc. of Caldwell County awarded teachers nine Community Education grants for innovative and educational projects totaling $12,238.91.

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  • HMS Student Wins District Spelling Bee

    After 26 rounds of middle school students tackling the correct spelling of words, Braxton Griffin, 8th grader at Hudson Middle School, claimed the win at the annual Caldwell County Schools Spelling Bee. He and Emily Hussong, 8th grader from William Lenoir Middle, went word for word for nearly 20 rounds asking for origin or word, part of speech, usage in a sentence, and definitions of words such as Permian, sonata, jute, futon, bruin, stethoscope, and layette until one outlasted the other.

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  • Honoring Our Veterans

    In observance of Veterans Day, thousands of students throughout the district donned their red, white and blue in honor of the men and women who have served in the United States Armed Services and fought vailiantly during wartime to protect the freedoms of this country.

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  • Top 10 in the State for CTE Credentials

    The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction recently released the 2016-2017 Career Technical Education Credentials Report and the Caldwell County Schools ranked in the Top 10 in the state for the highest percentage of credentials earned through Career Technical Education (CTE) courses.

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  • Books and Pumpkins - A Winning Combination

    “No, David!” By David Shannon, received a resounding YES as the winning entry in grades 3-5 at the 4th Annual Lower Creek Literary Pumpkin Competition, and fourth grader Addison Elliot took a bow for her creative orange interpretation of this literary work. Winning first place for students in grades K-2 was Jayden Smith, 2nd grade, with her “Little Old Lady” pumpkin.

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  • West Caldwell District Hosts School Board Visit

    Caldwell County School Board members enjoyed visiting with students, teachers and administrators during their first scheduled Walk Through this school year, which gives them an opportunity to move about as a group and experience the uniqueness of each school in the district.

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  • Summer Readers Score a Win with ASU

    Top summer readers scored big with the Reich College of Education’s Mountaineer Reader Program at the Appalachian State vs. Coastal Carolina game, where they were recognized as winning students during the half-time ceremony.

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