Tie-breaker vote needed at Board of Education meeting
Chairman Melvin Poole of the Stanly County Board of Education was required to cast his vote to break a tie at Tuesday’s regular board meeting.
Policy Committee meeting, May 2
The Policy Committee of the Stanly County Board of Education met Thursday evening for the purposes of reviewing four current policies and a single new one.
Board of Education, Special Called Meeting, April 23
The Stanly County Board of Education met for a special called meeting Tuesday night for the purpose of recommending a certified employee and to further discuss the sale of the Old Central School.
School Board Meeting, March
The Stanly County Board of Education was entertained by the Richfield Elementary School chorus at Tuesday evening’s meeting, in addition to numerous other items on the agenda.
New study sheds light on 'meat mummies' in ancient tombs
So you've gone through all the trouble of mummifying a loved one, embalming and placing the body in a lavish tomb along with mummified pets. There's just one last question: What is your beloved mummy going to eat for the rest of eternity?
NATIONAL: New software program helps schools track bullying
A Pennsylvania company says it has found a better way to help the nation's schools battle bullying – with the click of a computer mouse.
NC Museum of Art’s Michelle Harrell Wins NCAEA Museum Art Educator of the Year Award
Raleigh, N.C.—The North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) announces that Michelle Harrell, coordinator of teen and college programs at the NCMA, has been selected to receive the North Carolina Art Education Association (NCAEA)’s Museum Art Educator of the Year 2013–14 Award.
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Dr. Stephen Ray Mitchell, Dean for Medical Education, Georgetown University School of Medicine, to Address Graduates at Pfeiffer University’s Spring Commencement
Pfeiffer University announces that Stephen Ray Mitchell, M.D., M.A.C.P., F.A.A.P., F.A.C.R., dean for medical education and professor of medicine and pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C., will offer the commencement address at spring 2013 commencement exercises at 10:30 a.m. May 11 in Merner Gym, Misenheimer campus.
Fraternities worse than Animal House fail to pay for casualties
As a senior at Elon University in Elon, N.C., he broke his neck when he was grabbed from behind and dragged out of a keg party held by a chapter of one of the largest national fraternities, Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
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