With wireless internet access at all schools and Chromebooks, iPads and SMART Boards in nearly every classroom, Gaston County Schools is leading the way in using technology for teaching and learning. But whether students are using touchscreens or keyboards in the classroom, the skill of reading remains vitally important, which is why the library is still the heart of the school.
Gaston County Schools hosted the annual National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony on Tuesday, April 21 at the Highland School of Technology. The program honored approximately 300 high school students, who are enrolled in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs, for their outstanding academic achievement.
The annual Star Teacher-Student Awards ceremony sponsored by Gaston County Schools and The Gaston Gazette was held Thursday, April 23 at the Schiele Museum. The program recognized the student who ranks first academically in the Class of 2015 from each high school and the teacher who had the greatest influence on that student’s educational career.