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  • Career Day teaches students about the future

    Students at Bessemer City Middle School had an opportunity to look ahead to their future during the school’s second annual Career Day. Community guests from a wide range of professions spent time talking to students and encouraging them to pursue an education and set career goals.

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  • McAdenville wins “Are You Smarter…” competition

    The McAdenville Elementary-Pharr Yarns team was the winner of the annual “Are You Smarter Than a Gaston County Fifth Grader?” competition held last Thursday night at Stuart W. Cramer High School. The event raised more than $29,000, which will be used by the Gaston County Education Foundation to fund grants for innovative classroom activities.

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  • Jimmy Wayne visits more Gaston schools

    Jimmy Wayne could be doing something different with his time. The country music star has played at venues like the Grand Ole Opry and Madison Square Garden and recently published a New York Times bestselling memoir. Rather than take advantage of these larger stages, Wayne spent several days last week performing for relatively small audiences of school children -- for free.

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  • Board of Education approves two new schools

    The Gaston County Board of Education has approved two options for new schools in Gaston County: a new elementary school in west Gastonia and a new middle school in Stanley. The Board voted unanimously during Monday night’s regular meeting to move forward with building two new schools after conducting a Public Hearing and considering comments from the community.

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  • Information about Ron L. Ensley mini-grants
    Attention, Teachers: Information about the Ron L. Ensley mini-grant program is available now. Click here to print the application. The mini-grants are presented by the Gaston County Education Foundation and fund innovative classroom lessons and projects. The application deadline is Friday, April 24.
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  • Information available about student transfer process
    The Gaston County Schools Student Assignment Office has information available about the student transfer process for the 2015-2016 school year. Parents wishing to apply for a student transfer should click here to download the transfer application or contact the Student Assignment Office, (704) 810-7284. Parents should turn in their transfer request as quickly as possible so the request can be processed before the end of school. The student transfer application process ends Friday, May 1 at 5:00 p.m.
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  • Exhibit features student artwork
    Gaston County Schools and the Gaston County Museum are partnering again this year to present the “Through an Artist’s Eye” exhibit that features more than 600 pieces of artwork by elementary, middle and high school students. The artwork will be on display beginning Saturday, March 28 until Saturday, May 9. A reception for award winners will be held Sunday, April 19 from 2:30 until 5:00 p.m. The museum is located at 131 West Main Street in Dallas. Click here for more information.
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  • Board approves school calendars
    The Board of Education has approved the calendars for the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years. The calendars were developed by the Gaston County Schools calendar committee, which includes students, parents, teachers, principals, and central level administrators. Click here to view the calendars.
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