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Super Students Recognized at Deyton Elementary

Deyton Elementary School recently recognized Super Students for the month of October.  These students were nominated by their teachers for hard work in the classroom and kindness to others.   They also followed the Deyton DIVE:  Demonstrate Respect & Kindness, Individual (more)

Former Mitchell Student Wins NCSU Contest

Trevor Collis and his team at NC State University won first place at Engineering Design Day held in Raleigh, NC. Trevor's project is a bubble blower that uses a solar panel (picture below). Trevor used a 3d printer to design the white wheel. He learned to use a 3d printer in Mr. Mitchell Warren's engineering class at Mitchell High School. Trevor was the only student in his group that had ever used one on the high school level. The judges were very impressed. Thanks to Mitchell Warren and all of the other great teachers at Mitchell High School!

New Mitchell Superintendent Announced

The Mitchell County Schools Board of Education has appointed Mr. Chad T. Calhoun as the new Mitchell County Schools Superintendent.  His contract begins July 1, 2016. Chad Calhoun is currently the Assistant Superintendent of Accountability and Curriculum and has been an administrator with Mitchell County Schools since 2000.  He replaces Dr. Rick Spurling who recently announced his (more)

Mitchell County Principal of the Year

Congratulations! Mrs. Jennifer Gregory who has recently been named the Mitchell County Schools 2015-16 Principal of the Year. Mrs. Gregory has spent 18 years in public education as a teacher, assistant principal and for the past two years principal at Deyton Elementary School. Jennifer began her career as a fifth grade teacher for the Burke County Schools in 1998. She moved back home to Mitchell (more)

Mitchell Students Design Ornaments for Presidents Park

The National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, announced that the Toe River Arts Council has been chosen to create North Carolina’s ornaments for the 2015 America Celebrates: Ornaments from Across the USA display at President’s Park (White (more)

Mitchell Band Invited to Washington

The band has been accepted by the National Selection Committee to represent North Carolina in the 2016 National Independence Day Parade. They will be marching down Historic Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC for America's 204th birthday. 

Bowman Middle School Academic and Citizenship Students of the Month (Details)


Bowman Middle School Academic Excellence Awards (Details)