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Pulled Pork Sandwich Today at North Newton ~Summer Feeding

Pulled Pork

Come One, Come All… and try this Delicious Pulled Pork Sandwich, Fresh Cantaloupe Chunks and Sweet Potato Fries! Lunch is served at NO COST 11:45 am to 1:00 pm ~    18 years and under! Location:  North Newton Elementary 221 West 26th Street Newton, NC   Read More »

Homemade Chicken Enchiladas at North Newton Elementary

Enchiladas

What was for lunch today at North Newton’s summer feeding site you ask??  Homemade Chicken Enchiladas, Pinto Beans and Fresh Watermelon Chunks!  Summer Feeding is available to all 18 yrs and under at NO COST. Come join us Monday thru Friday! Breakfast served 7:45 to 8:45    Lunch   11:45 to 1:00 Click the link below for our July menu ... Read More »

Today at Summer Feeding

Homemade spaghetti, baked apples, broccoli

How about this delicious lunch prepared today at North Newton Elementary by Laura Davis and her talented staff? There’s still time to join us for summer meals at North Newton until August 18th!  School Meals That Rock! Read More »

JOIN OUR CHILD NUTRITION TEAM!

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JOIN OUR TEAM at Newton-Conover City Schools! We are now accepting applications Child Nutrition Assistants multiple positions 4 to 5.5 hours. Please apply at our Administrative Office located at 605 North Ashe Avenue, Newton, NC 28658 or at the link below! https://nc.teachermatch.org/applyteacherjob.do?jobId=414727   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 »

Fruits of Your Labor

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Anyone can count the seeds in an apple. Test scores are much like the seeds of an apple. As educators, you see the Apples in the Seeds. You see in others what they can grow into. Many people in our society struggle to see the possibilities and the potential that you see. However, a seed not properly planted and nourished bears ... Read More »

Dr. Bridges Selected by National Board to Serve on Standard Setting Panel

headshot of Dr. Bridges

Dr. Amanda Bridges was selected on behalf of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, to join the standard setting panel for her certificate area, ECYA/Exceptional  Needs Specialist: MMD. Only a few NBCTs in her certificate area were selected from the nation. Standard setting is a research-based process for establishing a performance standard that indicates accomplished teaching on those items. This process ... 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 »

Review to Escape the Room

4th graders that saved all of the zoo animals

With the E.O.Gs around the corner, we have been reviewing concepts with Escape the Room type questions created by Teresa Kwant. The students have to solve common core questions and in order in to save zoo animals, capture monsters, and other amazing tasks. The students have had a great time trying to Escape the Room. The group below captured all ... Read More »

Caroline McCrary named N-CCS Teacher of the Year

Caroline McCrary, N-CHS Biology teacher, and students completing a lab.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Caroline McCrary named N-CCS Teacher of the Year Newton, NC — May 30, 2017 — Mrs. Caroline McCrary, Science Teacher at Newton-Conover High School, was named the 2017 N-CCS Teacher of the Year at this year’s Staff of the Year Banquet. Since December of 2012, Caroline has taught Biology, Honors Biology, Biology II Honors, and AP Biology at ... Read More »