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No let-up in recriminations for Mecklenburg County School Board

Trustees argue over call to oust Bullock, Thornton; lawyer intervenes

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No let-up in recriminations for Mecklenburg County School Board

Trustees argue over call to oust Bullock, Thornton; lawyer intervenes

Hackney out as deputy superintendent

South Boston News
Hackney
Mecklenburg County Public Schools Deputy Superintendent Dr. Melody Hackney, who joined the School Board Central Office in part to lead the division’s Project Based Learning initiative, has been demoted to supervisor of alternative education by Superintendent of Schools Dr. James Thornton.

Energy savings could speed up Mecklenburg school facility improvements

Potential for future discussed by joint education committee

School closed for scabies outbreak

Clarksville Elementary students kept home after 18 cases of rash caused by mites are confirmed

Latest effort to oust Thornton fails

South Boston News
Robert Puryear, left, shown voting to renew the contract of Superintendent of Schools James Thornton in July.
The superintendent lost the support of a longtime backer, board chairman Robert Puryear

Mecklenburg trustees wrangle over furniture expenditures

South Boston News
An email from Superintendent James Thornton to Deputy Melody Hackney on furniture expenditures at Park View High School.
Issue of dipping into unrelated funds aired

Regional schools get $300,000 grant for business mentoring

Business students at Park View and Bluestone high schools are among the beneficiaries of a $300,000 Community Development Block Grant award announced by Gov. Terry McAuliffe Nov. 6.

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