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Community invited to learn about Strategic Plan 2014

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is inviting parents, students and members of the community to help create Strategic Plan 2014, a blueprint to guide the district’s work through the next four years. CMS is hosting a series of community forums to share information and gather feedback about the draft plan.
The East Learning Community will meet Thursday, September 10 at Independence High School in the Mall Area (just inside main entrance). […]

By |August 31st, 2009|Schools|0 Comments

NCDOT travel info now on Twitter

Finding out if an accident will delay your morning commute is as easy as looking at your cell phone.

The N.C. Department of Transportation now offers travel information for motorists and ferry passengers on Twitter, a free social-networking Web site.

“A quick check of Twitter can make for a quicker trip to work,” said Gov. Bev Perdue. “State government and our DOT are using 21st century technology to connect you to up-to-date travel information so you don’t start or end your day in a frustrating logjam or bottleneck.” […]

By |August 31st, 2009|Raleigh, Transportation|1 Comment

Patriots up to old ways; crush Hopewell 56-12

Ben Martin
The Mint Hill Times
Anthony Carrothers and the Independence offense were effective as usual Friday night. The Patriots also took advantage of several Hopewell turnovers and costly penalties.

Hopewell fumbled the ball in three straight possessions in the second half which led to three straight touchdowns by Independence.

“I thought the defense played with a lot of intensity and really got after it,” said head coach Tom Knotts. “We wanted to play more assignment football than what we played against Mallard Creek. We didn’t play our assignments last week but we did tonight.”

Carrothers finished the night with 289 yards and three touchdowns on 16-24 passing.

“He’s a special special player, he’s grown up a lot,” said Knotts. “He throws it on the money.”
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By |August 28th, 2009|Independence High School, Sports|28 Comments

Perdue restores school lottery funds

Gov. Bev Perdue today announced she is fully restoring funds to the lottery capital fund for public schools.

Mecklenburg County will get $3.7 million. For a list of what other counties will receive, click here.

“When the national recession created a shortfall of billions of dollars, I had to turn over every stone to pay North Carolina’s bills — to pay teachers, to keep schools and other core services running,” Perdue said. “With our bills paid and the books for last fiscal year cleared out, I’m restoring the school construction lottery funds in full, which means North Carolina’s public schools will receive another $37.6 million next week.” […]

By |August 28th, 2009|Raleigh, Schools|0 Comments