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Vote on boundaries for new Mint Hill high school delayed

The CMS Board of Education voted tonight 4-3 to delay a final vote until August 11. An earlier vote for the Mint Hill-Reedy Creek school boundary map was voted down 4-2 by the board. At Larger member Trent Merchant proposed delaying the vote, but other board members did not know what will change in the […]

By |June 10th, 2009|Butler High School, Independence High School, Schools|0 Comments

Mint Hill Rotary Club announces scholarship winners and Teacher of the Year

The Rotary Club of Mint Hill, at its annual Educational Emphasis Day meeting on May 21, 2009, recognized its selections of the 2009 Teacher of the Year and the four 2009 recipients of its educational grants.   The recipients and Rotarians who led the application/nomination process, as shown from left to right in the photograph are:   Rotarian Ken Cloaninger, grant recipients Nicholas Rabiipour (Butler High School) and Langston Said Mallouky (Independence High School), Teacher of the Year Peter Pickering (Independence High School), grant recipients Candice Kilzer (Cato Middle College High School) and Alina Foksha (Butler High School), and Rotarian John CasaSanta.   (Photo by Rotarian Helius Wong.) […]

Butler softball’s Courtney Moore signs with college

Courtney Moore, a Butler High School senior, will play softball next year with Stanly Community College. She is pictured here with Coaches Brian Cottom, Ray McCrodden, and Barry Eberhardt after signing her letter of intent last week.

By |May 18th, 2009|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments

Butler literary magazine to publish final edition

Friday marks the 12th and final edition of Butler High School’s Pawprint Literary Magazine. The Pawprint 2009 Literary Magazine release party and Artists Tea will be held at 1 pm in the Media Center. The award winning Butler jazz band will provide entertainment throughout the event. Because of budget cuts the creative writing class will no longer be offered to students as an elective. […]

By |April 29th, 2009|Arts, Butler High School|0 Comments