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CMS athletic fees to increase in 2017-2018
7/26/2017Additional $25 will help district cover rising costs of programs
Heart of a Champion Day: Ten years later, the beat goes on
CMS magnet enrollment increases for 2017-2018
7/19/2017New programs, awareness campaign helped district fill schools
CMS receives defibrillator through philanthropic partnership
7/19/2017Fraternal Order of Police, Firehouse Subs join forces to pay for devices
CMS wins national Making Strides Together Curriculum Award
7/12/2017Council of the Great City Schools honor recognizes curricular excellence, academic progress
A deep dive into the arts
7/10/2017Summer program gives students creative free range
New hires, changes announced in CMS leadership
7/5/2017Board approves recommendations from new superintendent Dr. Clayton Wilcox
Wilcox sworn in as CMS superintendent
7/3/2017Changes in leadership positions also announced for district
First words from Dr. Wilcox
7/3/2017Wilcox sworn in July 3, 2017, as superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
A focus on summer learning
6/29/2017Hornets, Bank of America employees give Day of Service
Board names new principal at Providence Spring Elementary
Leaving a legacy
6/26/2017Dr. Mary Jane Rhyne remembered with artwork, scholarship
Summer Food Service Program helps children in Charlotte
6/19/2017Program runs through August 11
CMS class of 2017 wins $157.8 million in scholarships
6/16/2017Total is more than $30 million higher than class of 2016 awards
New teachers prepare for the end of the school year
6/9/2017First-year Vance teachers Laura Burbach and Morgan Fleming are wrapping up their first school year
Collinswood honors beloved custodian Leonard Richardson
6/7/2017Twenty-nine years of service did not go unnoticed
Five CMS students win National Merit scholarships
Board of Education approves 2018-2019 calendar
6/6/2017Two earlier versions combined to accommodate stakeholders’ preferences
Class of 2017: A tale of two students
6/5/2017Garinger grads find outlets for creativity and leadership
Class of 2017: EMT-certified and career-ready
6/2/2017Parker Wallace makes the most of eLearning Academy options
Class of 2017: East Mecklenburg High’s ‘change-maker’
5/30/2017Morehead-Cain Scholar Sara Holley leaves a memorable legacy
Board of Education approves 2018-2019 student-assignment plan
5/25/2017Plan extends magnet programs, pairs schools for socioeconomic diversity
Class of 2017: Rocky River High’s ‘quiet storm’
5/23/2017Asael Salinas to graduate as school’s most highly decorated cadet
Eight CMS teachers named Kenan Fellows
Class of 2017: Setting his future in motion
5/22/2017Harper Middle High College student earns diploma and degree
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