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  • Students’ math project leads to helping families


    A math project became a lesson in giving at Belmont Central Elementary when four classes worked together to collect more than $700 in coins and make the holidays brighter for families in need.

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  • Jimmy Wayne shares message of hope with schools


    Country music singer and songwriter Jimmy Wayne spent time last week sharing his life story with students at York Chester Middle School and Cherryville High School. The assembly programs featured Wayne taking the stage to perform several of his popular songs and tell about how he overcame a childhood in poverty and the foster care system thanks to the love and support of teachers, counselors and an elderly couple who took him into their home.

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  • Webb Street students create holiday ornaments


    Webb Street School students are making the community more beautiful this holiday season in what has become an annual tradition of giving to local organizations.

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  • Kiser students share holiday cheer with senior adults


    A morning of crafts, games and carols brought holiday cheer to the residents at Stanley Total Living Center and the group of Kiser Elementary students who came to visit. The fourth-grade classes enjoyed the spirit of the season with the residents as they worked on community service projects together.

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  • Look for "Spirit of Giving" series on GCS website
     
    We encourage you to take a look at the “Spirit of Giving” series on the GCS website. The series includes stories about some of our efforts to celebrate the spirit of giving during the holiday season. Click here for more information.
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  • Gaston Regional Science and Engineering Fair
     
    The Gaston Regional Science and Engineering Fair is scheduled for Saturday, January 10 at the Schiele Museum. If you would like to serve as a judge or a volunteer, please click here to complete this survey. For more information, contact Tammy Mims, who coordinates the science fair: (704) 866-6241.
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  • Deadline extended for model bridge competition
     
    The deadline for the model bridge building competition sponsored by the N.C. Department of Transportation has been extended until December 31, 2014. Middle and high school students are encouraged to enter the contest, which is designed to create student interest in careers related to transportation, engineering and construction. Click here for more information.
     
     
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Gastonia , NC 28052
704-810-8816
 
Denise McLean, Principal

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