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Kiwanis Club names May Terrific Kids at Bain

KINDERGARTEN: Michael Oliva, Diana Gulyak, Jaina Hill, Melody Deel, Ethan Blackmon,Stephanie Sanchez-Lopez, Reanne Santero.  GRADE 1: Kate Van Kest ren, Will Andrews, Madalyn Stanfield, Lucas Rudisill, Alex Fickett, Bethany Durham, Amelia A. GRADE 2: Ryan Williams, Alex Salguedo, Haiven Thomas, Ty Vogler, Mouaz Altarabichi,  Evilina Savchuk, Neyda Guzman. GRADE 3: AaronTrauner, Carly Alridge, Mallory Shaver, […]

By |June 8th, 2012|Around Town|28 Comments

Kiwanis Club names May Terrific Kids at Lebanon Road

KINDERGARTEN: Terry Bethea, Riley Burnette, Ismya Hines, Malak Kadour, Nyat Zerai, Mia Blount, Coraima Roggero. GRADE 1: Amya Edwards, Rayan Altanani, Alexis Vallecillo, Andrew Yarmakowich, Jason Segovia, Nykell Sturdivant, Karen Linares. GRADE 2: Korbin Lambert, Marcello Meaders, Charles St. Bernard, Feben Zerai, Alan Salguero Munoz. GRADE 3: Keicy Cubillo Gutierez, Yesenia Tristan, Ivanna Shykal, Dylan […]

By |June 8th, 2012|Around Town|3 Comments

Class of 2012 – High school seniors in Mint Hill

High school seniors in Mint Hill are finishing their last week of school and preparing for graduation.  In the coming week Queen’s Grant, Rocky River, and Independence High Schools will turn their tassels and celebrate their accomplishments.
Queen’s Grant High School has a graduating class of 88 students, and 95 percent of them plan to further their academic careers.  As a whole, the students have applied to over 90 colleges, and have been accepted to over 50, including Notre Dame, William and Mary, UNC Chapel Hill, NC State, Cornell, Columbia, Virginia Tech, Clemson, and Baylor.  Three percent of the seniors intend to enlist in the military in the next year. […]

Bain Elementary wins recycling program in CMS

Charlotte-Mecklenburg School students have collected and recycled 8,000,000 milk and juice cartons, almost a third of all cartons distributed in the schools.
Meckleburg County was awarded $18,000 Community Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant from the North Carolina Department of Natural Resources. The grant was used to purchase specialized bins and signs. As an incentive five 1,000 […]

By |June 8th, 2012|Around Town, Bain Elementary School, Good deeds|0 Comments