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Bain school newsletters from 1946-1947

The Mint Hill Historical Society recently added several newsletters from Bain School in the mid 1940s. Read about the newsletters in this week’s Mint Hill Times on newstands now. Click on a link below to view a sample of the newsletters:

Bain school newsletter vol1 no. 6

By |March 12th, 2009|History|0 Comments

Mint Hill Middle School principal named

Amy Dellinger will be the new principal of Mint Hill Middle School. She has been an assistant principal at Mint Hill since 2006. Before joining CMS, Dellinger was an assistant principal of South Rowan High School in China Grove and a teacher in Shelby, N.C. Dellinger replaces Denise Watts who was transfered to Spaugh Middle […]

By |March 11th, 2009|Schools|0 Comments

Queen’s Grant charter to take place in ‘World’s largest concert’

It’s being billed as the World’s Largest Concert. On Thursday, March 12 from 1-1:30 pm, Queen’s Grant Charter School will hold an assembly in the school gym with everyone singing and watching the 2009 World’s Largest Concert, where Queen’s Grant will be featured, while performing two songs. March has been officially designated by The National Association for Music Education for the observance of Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM®), the time of year when music education becomes the focus of schools across the nation. […]

By |March 11th, 2009|Arts, Schools|1 Comment

New Mint Hill high school boundary meeting rescheduled

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has rescheduled one of the workshops about proposed boundary options for new schools. The first community meeting to discuss boundary options for the new Mint Hill high school and the new Robinson Church Road elementary school will now take place on Monday, March 23 at Independence High School. The meeting was scheduled for Tuesday, March 24, but was moved because the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education is meeting that night. […]

By |March 10th, 2009|Schools|2 Comments