Mrs. Linda Dagenhart's seventh
grade language arts class at Lakeshore Middle School raised $236 by collecting
cans during a recent Can Drive. After researching various charities,
funds, and organizations, the students decided to donate the money to Fifth
Street Ministries for their ongoing and continued support of the people
in Iredell County. Shown above receiving the check is Mrs. Patti
West, Program Director of Fifth Street Ministries. may23
Mt. Mourne held the first annual
Student Art Show on April 26. Over 400 people came to support the
art program. Special thanks to Ragin Uptown Bus Charters, Darryll
Bolduc Law Firm, and Starbucks Coffee of Mt. Mourne for providing the refreshments.
All proceeds from the Art Show go back to the art program for the students.
Career Day was held at Mulberry
School on April 26, 2007. Special thanks go to Mitchell College,
Piedmont Bank, Employment Security Commission, Kemon Hair Academy of Beauty,
EMS Services, Iredell County Public Library, Iredell Home Health Dept.
and Xavier Barber Shop for helping make the day a great success. Pictured
is the Iredell Home Health Department showing students how to dress correctly
to prevent safety hazards when working with their patients. may25d
Elizabeth, a fourth grade student
at Monticello created a project that integrated Math and Social Studies.
After a recent trip to Old Salem, she looked for angles in the buildings
that she saw there. may29d
Congratulations to West Iredell
High School's German 2 and 3 students for their performance in the Lenoir-Rhyne
Language Festival on April 18. Students took third place for their
skit and earned a trophy for second place with their singing of the Beatles'
"I Want to Hold Your Hand" (Komm gib mir deine Hand). may30d
Students in the East Middle
7th Grade Band were surprised by one of the judges at the Carowind's Music
festival on Saturday, May 12th! Robert W. Smith, composer and judge,
came to the stage to congratulate the students on a job well done!
The band played his piece, Tanoan Echoes. He was especially impressed
with Aaron who played a wonderful percussion solo. The band was given
the rating of Superior at the festival. may31d