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Career and College Promise Orientations
Scheduled for High School Students

Libby Carter Appointed to Moore County Board of

Stacey Caldwell Appointed to Moore County Board
of Education

Deborah Trogdon-Stout Joins Moore County
Schools as Assistant Principal of Pinecrest
High School

Two former teachers chosen to fill two seats on
Moore County school board

Chad Chisholm Named Principal of Crain's Creek
Middle School

Crain's Creek Middle School Principal Rose
Cooper Retires from Moore County Schools

Pinecrest Student Wins Prestigious Scholarships

Southern Middle School Group Completes Successful Research and Development Teams Program at NCCAT

More Than Half a Million Books Collected During "Give Five – Read Five"

'The Little School That Could'

Andy McCormick Joins Union Pines High School as Principal

Bob Christina Joins Pinecrest High School as Principal

Dr. Kelly Hales Joins Moore County Schools as Administrator for Federal Programs 

Moore County Board of Education Approves Aberdeen Property Purchase  

Helena Wallin-Miller Sworn in as Member of Moore County Board of Education

STEM Camp Combines Learning, Fun 

Pamela D. Thompson sworn in as member of Moore County Board of Education

Give Five – Read Five campaign a tremendous success

Dr. Bob Back In — Becky Carlson Resigns From School Board After Voting To Return Dr. Grimesey As Superintendent Monday Night

Proposed Language Academy Awaits School Board Decision  

County Seeking Wider Support to Amend School Funding

Schools Seek Help to Sustain STEM Learning

College Class Enrollment Triples for Area High School Students

School Board Approves Joint Board Action

Student Transfer Policy Revisions Considered

Schools to Update Grading, Align with State Standards

Superintendent Makes Budget Recommendation 

School Officials Encouraged on Change to 10-Point Grading Scale