Lake Norman & Mooresville

Mooresville school news

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Lake Norman High

$1,000 scholarship: The Statesville Branch of the American Association of University Women has awarded the Bobbie G. Edmisten Scholarship to Katherine Kyzer, a 2011 graduate of Lake Norman High School. Kyzer is the daughter of Samuel and Virginia Kyzer of Mooresville. She will attend North Carolina State University.

Brawley Middle

Registration: Students new to the area can register 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 10 and 17.

Woodland Heights

Recent graduate: Hunter Stewart, 11, founded the Racing 2 Cure organization, which has raised more than $20,000 for cancer research and families dealing with treatment costs. Hunter became passionate about fighting cancer four years ago, when his mother, Alycia Stewart, was diagnosed with stage-2 breast cancer. Hunter will be attending Brawley Middle. Hunter was one of three children from the Charlotte area to receive a $1,000 scholarship from the Kohl's Cares Scholarship Program.

Mooresville Middle

Donate: Technology facilitator Cindy Dunagan is looking for donations of old iTouches or iPhones for special classroom projects. Email her at cindydunagan@mgsd.k12.nc.us.

Shepherd Elementary

Give Back: On Aug. 11, participate in Give Back Day by eating at Sports Page Food & Spirits, on 128 Argus Lane in Mooresville. Give your receipt to the server and mention Shepherd, and part of the proceeds will be given to the school.

Cannon School

Back to school: Orientation will be 8 a.m.-noon Aug. 12 in Taylor Hall. School will start Aug. 15.

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