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Charlotte Country Day , Myers Park High
Community service: Football players and coaches from the two schools and Country Day cheerleaders participated in four community service events Aug. 18. The groups served food at the Charlotte Rescue Mission and the Men’s Shelter, participated in the Urban Ministry Center’s campus cleanup and created cards and made recording segments for Levine Children’s Hospital patients.
Victory Christian Center
Leadership conference: A group of students attended the Free Enterprise Leadership Conference at Campbell University in late July. The students learned the basics of operating a business.
Open house: Open house will be 9:30 a.m. Oct. 6. Make reservations at animimontessori.org or call 704-556-0042.
Curriculum Night: Three events will be held: Middle School curriculum night from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 3; Lower School night from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 10; Early School night from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 17.
Back to School Night: The event will be 7 p.m. Sept. 3 in the Estes Athletic Center.
Myers Park High
Student intern: Milan Novakovic has interned with the Charlotte-based nonprofit Mothering Across Continents since May. Novakovic’s duties include marketing and social media campaigns. He will be vice president this year for Any1CanWalk for Wisdom, a project in support of MAC’s Raising South Sudan project. Through his work with MAC, Novakovic also was able to attend TEDxTeen in New York.
Ardrey Kell High
Curriculum Night: The event will be Sept. 21.
East Mecklenburg High
Back to School Night: Open House will be Sept. 3.
Book Fair: Through Aug. 31, a percentage of net sales from Barnes & Noble at the Arboretum will be donated to the academic departments. Only purchases made with vouchers presented at the time of purchase are eligible. The voucher is available on the school website.
Central Piedmont Community College
NPTE exam: Nineteen students who completed CPCC’s Physical Therapist Assistant Program achieved a 100 percent on the National Physical Therapist Examination. The NPTE licensure is recognized nationwide and is considered the highest credential for a PT Assistant.