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  • Teachers and students at Laney High School formed a student-run peer support group
    Buctown Lounge - Teachers and students at Laney High School formed a student-run peer support group to give students the opportunity to show compassion for one another.
  • STAE students at Hoggard High School
    Hoggard College Tours - Thanks to the Landfall Foundation, STAE students at Hoggard High School were able to tour different college campuses.
  • Students at Pine Valley Elementary
    Udder Amazement - Students at Pine Valley Elementary enjoyed a visit to Old River Farms to learn about livestock and agriculture.
  • Kendall Scott and Ethan Messier, from Laney High School
    Trig Stars - Kendall Scott and Ethan Messier, from Laney High School, placed 1st and 2nd at the Trig Star Competition.
  • Murray Middle School students and staff
    Light It Up Blue - Murray Middle School students and staff dressed in blue to help spread awareness on Autism Awareness Day.
  • Tristan Maness, a student intern at Holly Shelter Middle School
    Staying in SHAPE - Congratulations to Tristan Maness, a student intern at Holly Shelter Middle School, on being named SHAPE- America's Major of the Year. This national recognition honors outstanding undergraduate students who promote healthful living and fitness education.
  • Staff members at Roland-Grise Middle School
    Roland-Grise Spirit Week - Staff members at Roland-Grise Middle School prepare for the Student/Faculty game during Spirit Week.
  • Jazz Band at Trask Middle School
    All That Jazz - The Jazz Band at Trask Middle School visited Jazz Fest at UNCW.
  • Wrightsboro Elementary School Students
    Building Our Future - Future engineers and architects from Wrightsboro Elementary School practice design skills.
  • WECT Meteorologist Gabe Ross visited Howe Pre-K Center
    Wacky Weather - WECT Meteorologist Gabe Ross visited Howe Pre-K Center to read a story to the children on Wacky Wednesday.
  • Student Council at Williams Elementary School
    Pennies for Patients - The Student Council at Williams Elementary School started a 10-day campaign for the Pennies for Patients Leukemia and Lymphoma Society raising $2,314. Congratulations to Miss Henderson's 4th graders for being the top fundraising class.
  • Community members and students clean up at CRA at Mosley
    Cleaning Up the Courtyard - Members of the community came out to help students clean up and beautify the courtyard at The Career Readiness Academy.
  • Emmy Rose, a 7th-grade student at Myrtle Grove Middle School
    STEM Star - Congratulations to Emmy Rose, a 7th-grade student at Myrtle Grove Middle School. She won first place at the State Science Fair for the Earth and Environmental category and was presented with the Naval Science Award. Emmy is invited to submit her project to the Broadcom Masters National Science Competition.
  • Ellen Conklin, from Blair Elementary School
    Special Educator - Ellen Conklin, from Blair Elementary School, is New Hanover Countyís Special Educator of the Month. Ms. Conklin taps into the interests of her students to provide positive reinforcement for reaching their goals.
  • Members of Navy Outreach speak at Roland-Grise
    Navy Outreach - Members of Navy Outreach provide information on health and fitness to students at Roland-Grise Middle School.
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04/12/19 New Hanover County Schools Parents and Volunteers Honored at the Council of PTAís Annual Awards Banquet
04/10/19 New Hanover County Students Excel at NAACP Afro-Academic Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics
04/09/19 New Hanover County Schools Debuts New Website Design on April 15, 2019
04/08/19 New Hanover County Board of Education Announces Additional Meetings for April 2019
03/29/19 Laney High School Social Studies Teacher, Richelle Dombroski Among Watson College of Education Razor Walker Award Recipients
03/26/19 NHCS Students Blossom in NC Azalea Festivalís Art and Writing Contests
03/25/19 NHC Board of Education Announces Special Meeting
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2018 - 2019 Low Performing School Plans (Public Comment)
2019 - 2020 Curriculum Course Guide
2017 - 2018 Read to Achieve Annual Data Report 3rd Grade
2017 - 2018 Read to Achieve Annual Data Report 1st-2nd Grades
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To file a complaint of discrimination, contact: Dr. Rick Holliday, Deputy Superintendent, Student Support and Federal Programs, Title IX County Coordinator, 6410 Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington, NC 28412, Telephone (910) 254-4206; Fax (910) 254-4226.

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