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CMS to grow next year

School started two months ago in Mint Hill and Mecklenburg County, but it’s never too early to start discussing next year. Charlotte-Mecklneburg Schools already expects more students next year, and the system released today 2009-2010 magnet enrollment information and nonmagnet enrollment changes for next school year.

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By |October 13th, 2008|Butler High School, Independence High School, Schools|0 Comments

Madness 2008 photo contest winners

The Mint Hill Chamber of Commerce announced the winners of this year’s Madness photo contest. They are: Best Madness: Neecie Herndon; Second best: Michael Cox; Honorable mention: Neecie Herndon. Best parade: Michael Cox; Second best: Michael Cox; Honorable mention: Scott Lang. Best Beauty Pageant: Jacob Michael. Best Kids only: Jacob Michael; Second best: Natalie Barnett.

By |October 13th, 2008|Madness 2008|0 Comments

The state of CMS

Superintendent Peter Gorman will give his State of the Schools address Thursday at 8 am at the Duke Energy building in downtown Charlotte. From the CMS press release:
CMS students will join Dr. Gorman and members of the Board of Education for this report on the state of the schools. The event will highlight CMS students […]

By |October 13th, 2008|Schools|0 Comments

New cure for cell phone, driving addiction

People have become so addicted to cell phone use, they need a computer system to tell the caller and texter the message can’t be received because they are driving. Nationwide Insurance unveiled a new technology today with Aegis Mobility and NASCAR today called DriveAssist—a new cell phone technology that helps eliminate the temptation of […]

By |October 13th, 2008|Transportation|0 Comments

Butler homecoming 2008

Mark Sward took these photos of the Butler High School Homecoming October 3.

By |October 12th, 2008|Butler High School|0 Comments

Meet the Butler O-line–they like to hit.

Head Coach Mike Newsome said this season’s offensive line is the best he’s seen at Butler since he’s been coaching. How does O-Line measure itself?

“If we don’t play good, the team doesn’t score. If we play good, the team scores,” said senior Tyler Kell.

By |October 12th, 2008|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments