After field trips for nearly 22,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools narrowly escaped the chopping block, busloads of fifth-graders made a field trip to the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center to listen to the Charlotte Symphony and Opera Carolina and watch dancers from the Charlotte Ballet on Tuesday March 3, 2015. This week, more than 11,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools fifth-grade students will experience “Endless Possibilities,” a performance tailored for 10- and 11-year-olds.
After field trips for nearly 22,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools narrowly escaped the chopping block, busloads of fifth-graders made a field trip to the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center to listen to the Charlotte Symphony and Opera Carolina and watch dancers from the Charlotte Ballet on Tuesday March 3, 2015. This week, more than 11,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools fifth-grade students will experience “Endless Possibilities,” a performance tailored for 10- and 11-year-olds. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
After field trips for nearly 22,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools narrowly escaped the chopping block, busloads of fifth-graders made a field trip to the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center to listen to the Charlotte Symphony and Opera Carolina and watch dancers from the Charlotte Ballet on Tuesday March 3, 2015. This week, more than 11,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools fifth-grade students will experience “Endless Possibilities,” a performance tailored for 10- and 11-year-olds. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

11,000 CMS students uptown this week for field trips that almost didn’t happen

March 03, 2015 01:19 PM

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