Dr. Susan Graziano, current principal at Penderlea School, will join the Topsail High as an assistant principal while Topsail High assistant principal Fallon Fuller will move to Penderlea School as the interim principal.
Beginning this fall, students can study for an Associate of Science degree in Applied Science Health and Fitness at Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) and can benefit from the newly opened fitness center.
Republican state leaders and a group of parents called for Gov. Roy Cooper (D) to allow full-time, in-person classes Wednesday, citing their concerns about the negative impacts remote learning is having on kids and families.
Candidates running for the New Hanover County Board of Education gathered virtually Tuesday evening in a forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Lower Cape Fear, YWCA Lower Cape Fear and the North Carolina Coastal Federation.
Students say they are being involuntarily withdrawn from their training program, effectively losing credit for all of their studies up to this point, and still being required to pay for that coursework.
Despite persistent concerns from some faculty and staff about his abilities to lead the college, Cape Fear Community College President Jim Morton got a five-year extension on his contract during the most recent Board of Trustees meeting.
There’s no doubt that back to school is a completely different animal this fall. While many students in New Hanover County are already up and running in their virtual classes, others are still getting geared up for their first day back.
In-person learning will start for students in Pender County on Tuesday, one day later than originally scheduled. School leaders say they postponed because a shipment of Personal Protective Equipment for teachers and staff was late arriving to the county.
Two staff members in the Early Learning and Youth Enrichment Program at the YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear were recently exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 forcing the facility to shut down.
The Executive Committee of the New Hanover County Republican Party has unanimously voted to submit Tony McGhee’s name as the party’s third candidate for Board of Education in the November 2020 General Election.
Regardless of format, New Hanover County Schools Deputy Superintendent LaChawn Smith says the district is obligated to and committed to providing a high quality learning experience that will allow all students to thrive.
The rise in coronavirus cases has school systems across the Cape Fear starting their semesters with remote learning. But students will be in back in classrooms one day, and Cape Fear Communities in Schools wants them to be prepared when they do.