‘They should have a plan already,’ former school board chair says of CMS as county threatens to withhold funding
Arthur Griffin Jr., who led the board from 1997 to 2002, said the district must be held accountable for results.
By Sarafina Wright | May 19, 2021
CMS students will continue remote learning as Covid-19 cases spike
Read what some teachers were saying.
By Jonathan Limehouse | January 15, 2021
‘The hardest year of my life’: At high-poverty Garinger High School, a student works to overcome Covid-related hardships
Before the pandemic, Garinger already was a school with big challenges. Now those challenges have multiplied.
By Cristina Bolling, The Charlotte Ledger | December 12, 2020
CMS votes to move K-12 students into full remote learning, citing Covid concerns
Most CMS students will return to full remote learning beginning Monday and return to classrooms Jan. 19.
By Jonathan Limehouse | December 9, 2020
Most CMS middle school students will return to in-person learning after winter break
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education voted to bring most middle school students back to classrooms in January, while some will return at the end of the month.
By Jonathan Limehouse | November 11, 2020
K-5 returns to CMS schools Monday. Here’s what parents are saying.
Students return as eight students and 16 staff members have tested positive for Covid-19, CMS data shows.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 30, 2020
CMS to rename Barringer Academic Center
It will be the second CMS school to have its name changed as part of the district’s effort to eliminate school names tied to racism and slavery.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 29, 2020
CMS Superintendent diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy after showing symptoms during meeting
CMS says Superintendent Earnest Winston is doing fine after displaying symptoms of facial paralysis during a virtual leadership meeting Tuesday.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 20, 2020
CMS approves renaming Vance High School in honor of Julius Chambers
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools board members voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of Julius L. Chambers High School.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 13, 2020