Mint Hill Athletic Association fall sports registration ends this month. Soccer is available for children ages three to 16, football for ages six to 13, and baseball for ages five to 16. Registration end dates vary from August 14 to August 24, depending on the sport. Parents can register online at mhaa.us.
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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education has preliminarily selected Dr. Heath Morrison from three finalists for the superintendency. Contract negotiations are currently under way and once complete, the Board will vote at a regular meeting to officially approve the hire of Dr. Morrison and his contract. Continue reading
The Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners held its final vote April 3 to move forward with the fire tax that would create funding for unincorporated areas. The tax rate has not yet been decided, but Fire Marshal Mark Auten says it will be between 4.5-7 cents per $100 based on property value. Continue reading
New York Times Bestselling author Carrie Ryan (The Forest of Hands and Teeth) will present a 45-minute writing workshop about her books and the writing process, Tuesday, April 17, at 5 pm at the Mint Hill Library. Several attendees will win a copy of one of Ryan’s books. She’ll be glad to autograph any copies presented to her at the end of the program. Call 704-416-5200 to register or online at www.cmlibrary.org.
Queen’s Grant High School hosts walking tours
Queen’s Grant High School will host walking tours with principal Dr. Mike Smith. If you’re interested in learning more about Queen’s Grant Charter High School, take the tour Wednesday, March 28 at 10 am at the main office, 10323 Idlewild Road. Serving grades 9-12.These are small group tours. In case of inclement weather, a brief meeting will be held in the administration building. Please contact the admissions office to RSVP for a tour or call 704-545-0736 or visit QGPHS.com. Continue reading