A meal designed, created and served by Foothills Community School students incorporated the “4 C’s of Culinary” into the driving question around the project, “As a restaurateur, how can you combine the study of chemistry, cooking, culture and cash to created a culinary compilation?”
Ivan Monteiro, a Brazilian soccer coach with national and International experience, will be conducting camps at McDowell High School for youth soccer players and coaches in McDowell County throughout the months of January and February.
If you ask West Marion Elementary teachers what they think about teacher assistant Terri Miller, you’ll see their eyes light up.
What to do about the high school’s tennis courts was volleyed back and forth at Monday night’s meeting of the McDowell County Board of Education.
Parents, students, staff and community members will get their chance to weigh in on the options for school calendars proposed for the upcoming year.
As seniors prepare for their final semester of high school, many may find themselves suddenly overwhelmed by the thought of what will happen in August when McDowell High School is no longer an everyday part of their lives.
Children’s author Michael Finklea spoke to Old Fort Elementary students on Thursday about the importance of not giving up and finishing what one starts.
Five McDowell elementary schools attended the North Carolina First Lego League Qualifier Tournament to compete with schools across the state in robotics.
Teaching safety on the roads for McDowell students is a top priority for Driver Education Coordinator Thomas Young.
These “heroes” don’t wear a cape or have a super power, but they do work to help keep our families and communities safe every day.
A new Mr. MHS was crowned last weekend, but more importantly thousands of dollars were raised by the contestants and community to help two local families.
Glenwood High School’s (GHS) alumni association has compiled a second book filled with old photographs and memories of the school dating back to the early 1900s.
To better prepare for their upcoming science project, first-graders at Eastfield Global Magnet School got a lesson on genetics from students at Foothills Community School.
East McDowell students wore tiger masks, ate buñuelos and discussed St. Nicolas as they learned about Christmas around the globe.