It’s not every day that students run – literally – to get to class. But Noelle Van Der Meid’s students were so excited for their lesson on Neolithic civilizations, they couldn’t get to the computer lab fast enough. The sixth graders at Mount Holly Middle School are using MinecraftEdu, the educational version of the popular video game, to engage in learning.
For Julie Shatterly, the second time was the charm. The media specialist at W.A. Bess Elementary was the winner of a new Kia Soul Wednesday afternoon as her name was selected in a random drawing to win the 2015 Kia Oustanding Educator Award and a brand-new Kia Soul from Kia of Gastonia.
It’s time for one deserving employee of Gaston County Schools to win a new car from Kia of Gastonia. On Wednesday afternoon, November 18, one employee’s name will be chosen in a drawing and that person will be named the 2015 Kia Outstanding Educator and claim the keys to a new Kia Soul.
Gaston County Schools hosted the annual National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony on Tuesday, November 10 at Stuart W. Cramer High School. The program honored approximately 300 high school students, who are enrolled in the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, for their outstanding academic achievement.
4:30 PM Operations Committee Meeting
12:15 PM - 11:00 PM Volunteer Orientation Training (Central Office)
5:30 PM Board of Education Work Session
8:30 AM - 11:00 PM Volunteer Orientation Session (Central Office)