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Swain appointed principal at Park View High School

South Boston News
Wesley Swain was named as Park View High School’s new principal at Monday night’s School Board meeting. With her is Superintendent Paul Nichols. (Emily Jones photo)

Mecklenburg County schools prepare request for energy upgrades

Funding needed to modernize county elementary buildings

Mecklenburg shuffles principals’ positions: Keeton, Carter on the move

Pauline Keeton, the current principal of Bluestone High School, is stepping down and transferring to Chase City Elementary School where she will serve as an Assistant Principal. In her place, Dr. Darnell Carter, the current principal at Park View High School, will assume the head position at Bluestone High School.

Mystery of the Skewed Sheepskin: Whose signature is that?

South Boston News
At Bluestone High School on Saturday, graduates received diplomas bearing the signatures of the wrong principal and wrong superintendent.

Heading out into the world

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Newly-minted graduates at Park View and Bluestone walked across the stage to receive their diplomas during commencement exercises Saturday at both county high schools. Students with the highest GPAs were announced: co-valedictorians at Park View are Kirsten Bailey and Emily Cooke, with matching grade point averages. Bluestone’s valedictorian is Cameron Owen and salutatorian is Joseph Bagbey. (David Conner II photos)

Mecklenburg school policy clarifies inappropriate school garb, cell phone use

Changes eyed for 2017-18 school year


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Bluestone and Park View held their senior awards programs this week as both high schools prepare for Commencement Exercises on Saturday. At Bluestone, among the honors bestowed this week were the Principal’s Award to Maleek Pulliam, top, with Principal Pauline Keeton) and the W.E. Moore Outstanding Senior Award to Noah Carter, middle, with Superintendent of Schools Paul Nichols. Park View held its Senior Awards program on Tuesday afternoon as the school celebrated its top seniors. Graduation at Bluestone will be held Saturday, at 9 a.m. Graduation ceremonies at Park View will follow at 11 a.m.

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