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Category Archives: NCCS Family

Educator Discounts at Kid Connection before and after school program

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2017 Kid Connection & SummerKids  School Employee Discount Kid Connection and SummerKids programs at discounted rates to school system employees. See below for our per-child rate schedule designed just for teachers and staff $30 school year registration fee and/or $25 for summer. Before school care offered at no cost to teachers and staff. After school care for up to 1 ... Read More »

Newton-Conover City Schools Welcomes Beginning Teachers and Their Mentors Back to School

bts and mentors

On Monday and Tuesday, August 14-15, all new beginning teachers and their mentors had the opportunity to learn more about each other and our district during BT Boot Camp and New Mentor Orientation.  Please take a moment to welcome our beginning teachers to Newton-Conover! Katie Hudson – North Newton Emily Alton – South Newton Megan Sigmon – North Newton Sarah ... Read More »

Newton-Conover Schools serves up summer meals

Students eating summer meals in a cafeteria

Reposted from John Bailey of the Hickory Daily Record NEWTON – For the first time, Newton-Conover City Schools is participating in a summer feeding program, and it’s open to all children age 18 and younger. “It’s about meeting a need in the community and bridging a gap in feeding children,” Newton-Conover City Schools (NCCS) Director of Child Nutrition Tara Kelley ... Read More »

June 2017 Pay Day

June pay day will be Thursday, June 22nd.  As always, if you have any questions regarding your pay check, please contact Gina Vickers in payroll. Read More »

Child Nutrition Employee of the Year

Child Nutrition Employee of the Year

Congratulations to Lori Oliver, who was nominated by North Newton’s Manager JoAnna Sigmon, for Child Nutrition Employee of the Year. Lori spends her free time trying to make the cafeteria better for our students at North Newton.  She has decorated the cafeteria for every event on her own time and she encourages students to be respectful.  She works hard and ... Read More »

AIG Students Take 3rd Annual Lees Duke Water Plant Competition by Storm

AIG students at Water Tower Competition

AIG students have been working to construct model water towers in order to compete at the Lees Duke Water Plant 3rd Annual Competition.   The objective of the competition is to make participants aware of the importance of reliable drinking water and the rewarding opportunities available in the water profession. The competition does this by having students develop an idea ... Read More »

ESL Family Nights

This spring, ESL Family Nights were held at all three elementary schools. At South, there were performances by students themselves in addition to a guest performance by University Christian High School. At North, parents and children participated in Easter activities with a global twist. At Shuford, spring-themed, language development games were played with the children while the parents had a ... Read More »

Space for Creativity

Student looking at projects

What can you do with a paper plate, excited students, and the media center Makerspace? Students in Mrs. K. Smith’s 7th grade English Language Arts classes at Newton Conover STEM Middle School were given the task of composing a narrative about a lesson that they had learned. Following the completion of their a short stories, the students used the media ... Read More »

EC Teacher of the Month for May/June

Olivia Kowalewski

Olivia Kowalewski is a first-year Exceptional Children’s teacher at Newton-Conover Middle School. Upon arriving, it did not take her long to make a positive mark on both school and district leadership. Her interactions with parents and staff are always professional, she meets every deadline given to her, and her instructional techniques are geared, first and foremost, to the individual needs ... Read More »

NCCS Supports Autism Awareness Month

Nearly a quarter century ago, the Autism Society launched a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness, inclusion and self-determination for all, and to assure that each person with Autism Spectrum Disorder is provided the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life. The Autism Awareness Puzzle Ribbon is the most recognized symbol of the autism community in the world. ... Read More »