Compiled by Gina Smith
Mooresville Graded School District
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Ninth-grade Information Night: 6:30 p.m. March 9, Mooresville High School auditorium. Parents and rising ninth-grade students will receive information about choosing high school courses, graduation requirements and other details about entering high school. A drop-in registration session will be held 4:30-7 p.m. March 18 at the Mooresville High School Magnolia Campus. Students must be accompanied by a parent. Classes are not first-come-first-served, so there is no need to rush to arrive early.
PTO meeting: 6 p.m. March 10, Magnolia Campus cafeteria.
Career Bridge Seminar: 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 5, Charles Mack Citizens Center, 215 N Main St., Mooresville. Hosted by the Career Bridge Advisory Council, the seminar is designed to provide students, parents and community members with information on high school course offerings; job shadowing, internship and apprenticeship opportunities; the Career and Technical Education Program; employment opportunities after high school; and financial assistance for post-secondary education. Students who attend both sessions of the seminar and complete the required form will receive extra credit.
Coddle Creek Elementary
radKIDS: Coddle Creek Elementary is offering radKIDS of Lake Norman, a new afterschool enrichment program aimed at providing children with empowerment and safety education through hands-on activities and physical skill development. The goal of the classes is to enable children to recognize, avoid and respond to potential danger. The program is available to kindergarten through second grade 2:20-4:40 p.m. March 5-April 2 and to third through fifth grades 2:30-4:30 p.m. Thursdays April 16-May 14.
The one-time fee is $85 per child. Details, registration are at www.radkidslakenorman.com.
Jeans and Jersey Day: Students who donate $1 to support the Beta Club may wear jeans and a jersey to school on March 13.
Lake Norman High
Caps and gowns: The school is accepting donations of gently used graduation caps and gowns to benefit students in need. Donations can be brought to the front office.
Basketball honors: Students KiShawn Pritchett and Hunter Seacat were selected to play in the 2015 Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic. The game, to be held March 28 at Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, S.C., pits the Top 10 Seniors from North Carolina against the Top 10 Seniors from South Carolina.
South Iredell High
Fundraising night: 5-8 p.m. March 5, Chick-fil-A, 228 Turnersburg Highway, Statesville. A portion of the evening’s sales will support the school’s 2015 Spring Trip to Spain and France.
Homeless shelter benefit: The Key Club is collecting items to benefit the Room at the Inn homeless shelter. Donations of towels, blankets, toiletries, popcorn, canned goods, gently used clothing, plastic ware and canned goods can be brought to the donation drop boxes at the G Building front desk, cafeteria, library, Room A116 and the office in A Building.
Mitchell Community College
Open house: 5-8 p.m. March 19, Mitchell Community College, 500 W. Broad St., Statesville. Open to high school students seeking information about programs available to graduating high school seniors and underclassmen.