CMS will require Covid testing for unvaccinated employees
The rise of covid cases in children has become a concern in local hospitals and schools.
By Jalon Hill | September 15, 2021
As the new CMS athletic director, Ericia Turner says she wants to emphasize academics as well as sports
Turner says her drive for education comes from past experiences, especially the death of her infant son.
By Jalon Hill | September 14, 2021
CMS responds to social media threats following off-campus shootings
Superintendent Earnest Winston said the district had implemented additional security measures to keep students safe.
By Jalon Hill | September 10, 2021
Our education crisis and the start of a new school year
We need to double down on our efforts to both mitigate climate impacts and ensure our education system is meeting the needs of all our future workers.
By Jennifer Watson Roberts | August 30, 2021
Back to school: CMS board chair talks about vacancies, Covid-19 and the ongoing issue of equity
Still reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic that upended the last school year, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will open Aug. 25 facing new Covid-related challenges.
By Sarafina Wright | August 18, 2021
Jury awards $10.5 million to former CMS student who was sexually assaulted by band director
The jury ordered Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools to pay $7.5 million of that total.
By Sarafina Wright | May 8, 2021
‘I don’t even know who I am’: former West Charlotte High student testifies about sexual assault by band director
Now in his early 20s, the former student is suing the former band director and Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools for unspecified damages.
By Sarafina Wright | May 7, 2021
Did CMS ignore warning signs about a former band director who sexually assaulted a West Charlotte High School student?
That question goes to the heart of a federal lawsuit playing out in a courtroom in Charlotte.
By Sarafina Wright | May 6, 2021