Over 200 CMS Teachers Must Repay $1,250 Bonuses Mistakenly Given to Them

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Interm Superintendent Hugh Hattabaugh informed the district that he would be resigning “sooner than planned”, CMS Board of Education announced. CMS said Hattabaugh’s decision was based on what was best for him and family reasons and will leave at the end of December. The district Board of Education released a statement, “We wish […]

A loaded gun was found at a Charlotte high school Monday morning, according to local news reports. WOSC-TV reports a student was found with a loaded gun on campus at Philip O. Berry Academy of Technology. The weapon was found while the student walked through one of the school’s body scanners. The school was not […]

Children and guns at Charlotte-Mecklenburg School campuses is an ongoing issue the district continues to face this school year. Thursday morning at North Mecklenburg High School a gun was found on a student, CMS confirms. WCNC Charlotte reports that administrators at the school said there was no threat made against the safety of the school […]

Health officials are stressing the importance of getting children from five to eleven vaccinated to help fight the spread of COVID-19. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and a local healthcare clinic are teaming up to do ther part in the vaccine rollout. This week CMS and StarMed partners to hold COVID drive-thru testing and vaccine sties. The […]

Charlotte-Meclenburg Middle School students could be on their way back to in person schooling. However, it may not happen when it was expected. According to reports in person learning has been delayed until January 5th. The original return date was set for November 23rd for the majority of students. Also it’s being reported that a […]

You would think that by now people in professional fields would have a firm grip on politically correct terms especially if they hold positions of power. However that’s not the case for Ardrey Kell High School principal David Switzer who was recorded using the term “colored people” in a staff meeting. The principal has since […]

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board voted unanimously last night to approve Phase 1 of a new student assignment plan. The plan will give priority to disadvantaged student, assigning them with consideration of the family income, level of education, and neighborhood in which they live. The board hopes the plan will create 13,000 new magnet seats for […]

Charlotte Hornets guard, Jeremy Lin is wasting no time in making a difference in our community.  Determined to end bullying, Lin has launched a creative…

    With the weather outside being at it’s worse so far, Charlotte has been put into shut down mode.  Extreme conditions have put a cancellation on Doctor appointments, schools, and majority of everything that moves that’s not an emergency. It raises the question what would be best to things to have in your house […]