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Effort to save Bain Auditorium continues

by Derek Lacey / Staff Writer

The Bain auditorium is still slated for demolition, but Mint Hill residents are working to get it removed from the list.

A meeting was held February 19, which saw 70 to 80 people, and a bank account was set up for donations at American Community Bank.

The auditorium has been declared of historical significance, and very early estimates of the cost to refurbish the property are at around $1.5 million.

The Mint Hill Historical Society has commissioned a committee to save Bain auditorium, led by town commissioner Tina Ross.

Ross has spoken to Guy Chamberlain, associate superintendent for auxiliary services at Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, as well as the John LeGrande, principal at Bain Elementary, and says the results are positive.

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By |March 13th, 2013|Around Town|0 Comments

New Clear Creek principal named

The Charlotte-Meck- lenburg Board of Education appointed Deborah McSwain Heath principal at Clear Creek Elementary. Heath is currently an assistant principal of instruction at Independence High School.

She began her career with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as a language arts teacher at Carmel Middle School in 1987. She has also taught language arts and social studies at Druid Hills […]

By |November 13th, 2012|Around Town, Schools|0 Comments

Schools, businesses team up to stop bullying

Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools are teaming up with area businesses, Mecklenburg County Police Department, and CBS Radio for “Stand Up, Speak Out,” a campaign to fight bullying.

The program encourages any victims or witnesses to do just what the name suggests—stand up and speak out.

CBS and businesses like Great Clips Salon, Goodwill, Best Buy, MTB Mechanical, and […]

By |October 19th, 2012|Good deeds|2 Comments

Back to school

Seven schools in the Mint Hill area are nearly ready to open their doors for the first day of school in the 2012-2013 academic year.  Some schools are seeing an increase in teachers, students, or construction, and each school will implement the newly adopted Common Core State Standards, as well as serve more nutritional lunches.  […]

Enrolling your CMS student

Parents of kindergarteners and new students in Mecklenburg County can contact CMS or their local school for a student enrollment form. Required documents also include a certified birth certificate, three proofs of residency, and immunization records.
The three proofs of residency require a proof of address from each of three types. Type A includes a copy […]

By |August 16th, 2012|Around Town|0 Comments

CMS football begins

The 2012-2013 football season begins this Friday. Start times of CMS home games is always 7 pm, unless otherwise noted. The schedule for this week is as follows: Ashbrook at Olympic; Charlotte Catholic at South Mecklenburg; Concord Senior at West Charlotte; Cox Mill at Harding University; Garinger at Myers Park; Hopewell at Providence; Hough at […]

By |August 16th, 2012|Around Town|0 Comments