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Langtree Charter Academy Upper Campus gets new principal

FROM PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC. (June 27, 2017) – Langtree Charter Academy Upper Campus has hired a new principal, Mr. Christopher Scholl. With more than ten years of leadership experience, he most recently served as director of operations and head of upper school at Pine Lake Preparatory Charter School, one of Charlotte’s largest charter schools. […]

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With $25,000 donation, three South Iredell soccer fields getting an upgrade

PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Iredell County Parks and Recreation Department gratefully accepts $24,700 donation from South Iredell Soccer Association for the purpose of major soccer field restoration at Stumpy Creek Park. South Iredell Soccer Association (SISA), founded in 1980, and now a registered 501 c (3), provides recreation soccer programs for an average of […]

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I-SS dual-immersion student uses language skills to help lost child

An Iredell-Statesville Schools dual-immersion language student put his skills to use recently to try to help a little girl find her mother. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to hear this audio). That audio courtesy of the East Iredell Elementary Facebook Page. Principal Amy Rhyne says the student, now in middle school, was shopping […]

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I-SS names new Celeste Henkel principal

FROM PRESS RELEASE Keeley Ward began her career with Iredell-Statesville Schools in 2001 as an English Language Arts teacher at North Iredell Middle School. In 2007, Ms. Ward became the Literacy coach at Statesville Middle School where she provided teachers and administrators with professional learning on the use of student data, including identifying trends and […]

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New N.B. Mills principal named

PRESS RELEASE When an administrator of an educational building tells you that their most important role is to lead their school in instructional excellence, you know you have someone who puts children and their learning first. Sheliah Burnette not only puts students first, but exudes enthusiasm, dependability and a strong work ethic. Ms. Burnette’s building […]

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Mitchell to expand agriculture instruction

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC –On May 19, 2017, the State Board of Community Colleges approved the following a new curriculum program standard, Agriculture Education (A15330). Mitchell Community College will begin offering Agriculture Education in the Fall 2017 semester, expanding the College’s Agribusiness Systems offerings. The new curriculum was developed at Mitchell. The Agriculture Education […]

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Pictured are Addison Mixson (L) and Luke Johnson receiving his scholarship (R)

Local students receive scholarship dollars

Local students receiving scholarship money – Statesville High student Addison Mixson will receive more than $75,000 over four years to cheer at Wingate. Statesville’s Thursday Evening Farmers Market has presented its first ever scholarship to Luke Johnson who plans to continue the heritage of his family’s dairy farm in Olin after attending Mount Olive University.

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Cornerstone Christian Academy archery competitor Keenan Cooper and with his mom, KC - WSIC Photo

Cornerstone students place at international competition

Students from Statesville’s Cornerstone Christian Academy recently competed with others from around the globe at the International Student Convention held in Pennsylvania. Matt Meluch took first place in tennis for the second year in a row. Others, competed in archery. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to hear this quote). Keenan Cooper, son to WSIC’s […]

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West Iredell High School holds career fair

PRESS RELEASE Speaking to a gymnasium filled with high school seniors, Sam Mishler, Plant Director of Niagara Bottling in Mooresville shocked the crowd around his table with this fact…”We are the largest private label bottler in the United States”, he said. “Last year we bottled 1.6 billion bottles of water at our Mooresville location.” These […]

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East Iredell Middle School evacuated

Students were evacuated from East Iredell Middle School Thursday afternoon due to smoke coming from the building’s boiler room. Iredell-Statesville Schools spokeswoman Susie Wiberg says the end-of-day dismissal process was initiated since it was so close to the end of the school day. There were no injuries reported. Return to this page for updates on […]

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