News from Queen’s Grant

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

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Students at Queen’s Grant High School create murals

Students in the classroom of Suzanne McGroarty’s Honors Biology, AP Biology, Physical and Marine Sciences worked together using their collaborative skills and creativity to create the murals inside of their classroom. The scenes were of a coral reef, kelp bed, tidal pool, and creatures of the deep.  “The mural served as a great teaching tool, for her students,” said McGroarty.

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Independence students design clothes with positive message

 By Feven Tewolde

(Tewolde is a student at Independence High School and writer for the Patriot News Bureau.)
“Are you Ignorant?” is a common phrase that founders Brian Acker, Broderick Cuthberson, and Kavon Shuler use for their clothing line “Ignorant Black Kidz” (also known as IBK Nation). It’s common that our society would view ignorance negatively, but the founders of IBK were determined to change the normal views and make it a positive movement.

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Mint Hill Girl Scouts celebrate

By Joyce Lavene

The Mint Hill Times Girl scout Troop 1333 began as a Daisy Troop in September 2005. The girls are second year cadettes now and they are celebrating the 100th year of Girl Scouting with other scouts from around the world.

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Operation Medicine Drop

Mint Hill, Matthews, Charlotte Mecklenburg and Huntersville Police Departments, along with area non-profit organizations are sponsoring Operation Medicine Drop again this year. Residents are encouraged to bring their expired or unused prescription medications to drop off locations including Arboretum Shopping Center in front of Harris Teeter, 3333 Pineville Matthews Rd., Walgreens, 9202 Lawyers Rd., Mint Hill, Stumptown Park on April 21 from 10 am to 2 pm in Matthews.

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Saturday’s schedule for A Day in the Park

By Joyce Lavene
The Town of Mint Hill will host A Day in the Park on Saturday, March 24 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Park on Fairview, 8850 Fairview Road. The event is free. There is no registration. It will include professional and interactive demonstrations on disc golf, volleyball and other sports as well as yoga, dance and martial arts. The rain date for the event is Saturday, March 31. Continue reading

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