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N-CMS Celebrates Receipt of National School to Watch Award

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Conover, NC — October 1, 2017 — Over the past few years, Newton-Conover STEM Middle School has had many reasons to celebrate. From jumping nearly 20 points to the positive across the state’s academic growth index, to dramatically decreasing discipline referrals by hundreds of percentage points through its Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports program, and implementing a high-quality STEM program ... Read More »

Newton-Conover Middle School named National School to Watch

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Newton-Conover Middle School named National School to Watch School emphasizes continuous growth in academic excellence and social equity Conover, NC — April 10, 2016 — Newton-Conover Middle School, a STEM magnet middle school in Conover, North Carolina, has received a national designation from the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform: the prestigious National School to Watch ... Read More »

Chief Academic Officer Recognized for State Middle School Award

On Tuesday, March 17th, Newton-Conover City Schools’ Chief Academic Officer, Heather Mullins, received the 2015 North Carolina Association for Middle Level Education’s Central Region Central Office Administrator to Watch Award.  She was recognized at the North Carolina Association for Middle Level Education’s 40th Annual Conference, held March 15-17, 2015 at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro. Ms. Mullins has put ... Read More »

District, School, and Teacher Leaders Attend NCMLE

Big changes are coming to Newton-Conover Middle School!  Ms. Kaylor, Ms. McRary, and several teacher leaders joined Ms. Mullins in March at the North Carolina Middle Level Education Conference in Greensboro.  The group attended a variety of sessions on middle school model, advisory, instructional strategies, scheduling, and planning.  Teachers and administrators worked together to plan for the 2014-15 school year. ... Read More »