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Teacher of the Year finalist: Cindy Harrigan teaches first grade and has been with CMS since 2001. Harrigan's passion for teaching stems from the rewards the profession has afforded her. "It is the child who has now become a fluent reader, the student who has found her voice as a writer or the child who has become a problem solver," she said. "It has been gratifying to foster academic and social growth for so many children. Knowing that I have fostered the creation of lifelong learners makes teaching a worthwhile career choice."
Hopewell High School
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Spring concert: Chorus Spring Concert will be held 7-9 p.m. May 27 at Hopewell High School, 11530 Beatties Ford Road, Huntersville. Details: 980-343-5988.
Headliners: The Hopewell Headliners will present "Twelfth Night" 7-9 p.m. May 21-22 at the high school.
Bradley Middle School
Award ceremony: The eighth grade Awards/Promotion Ceremony will be held June 10. Team A, 9 a.m.; Teams B and C, 11:30 a.m.. Seating is limited; the school asks that just the immediate family attend the ceremony. 13345 Beatties Ford Road, Huntersville. Details: 980-343-5750
Lake Norman Charter High School
End-of-Course exams: The tests will be administered May 27-June 4.
Concert on The Green: The High School and Middle School Band will be performing 6:30 p.m. May 28 at with a rain date of June 1. The Band Boosters are looking for volunteers to help with this event on campus; contact Pam Price, email@example.com.
Eagle Scout project volunteers: Jeffrey Chartraw, a junior, will be completing his Eagle Scout project at the high school this summer. To volunteer, e-mail Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Math Olympiad: Several students participate this year in the Math Olympiad program. The students were recognized with certificates for their participation in Math Olympiad. Several mathletes won awards for excellence within the Division E for grades 4-6. The silver pin was awarded to those in the 90-97th percentiles: Jack Madigan (17 out of 25 points) and Mara Murphy (16 out of 25 points). Jack Madigan received a trophy for the Highest Individual Score on the team. The embroidered felt patch was awarded to those in the top 50 percent of all the participants: Jack Madigan (17 points), Mara Murphy (16), Joshua Parker (14), Jay Sambois (14), Samantha Benz (13), Schuyler Howell (13), Alex McMurry (13), Cali Krajnik (12), Kennedy Steen (12), Haley Johnson (12), Caroline Clark (10), Cole Maye (10), Alexis Phelps (10), and Bailey Walker (9).
Greek Mythology: Third-grade pupils will host a Greek Mythology Festival 8:15-9:30 a.m. May 28. Students will be in costume and will also share their myths and projects. Parents are invited and refreshments will be served. Details: email@example.com.
Grace Covenant Academy
Field Day: 11 a.m. May 28.
Pre-K Water Day: June 1. Pre-K Graduation practice at 9:30 a.m.
Chick Fil A Night: June 1. Say, "I Support GCA!" when you place your order so the school receives proceeds from your order. Pre-K through first grade 5-6 p.m.; second to fifth grades 6:30-8 p.m.
Pre-K ceremony: Graduation and Reception at 10:30 a.m. June 2.
Community School of Davidson
Holocaust museum: The sixth grade created a Holocaust museum as a culminating project to our Holocaust unit study. The school, 565 Griffith St., will be open to the public 4-8 p.m. May 26.