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A Charlotte mother was 'disgusted' after seeing her child's CMS school lunch.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will offer breakfast at no charge for students.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools system officials discussed monkeypox plans ahead of the first day of school.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools teachers and principals will soon receive pay raises.

A new $10 million program will help Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools students see a doctor without leaving school.

A CMS graduate is using fitness to mentor students in Mecklenburg County.

Guardians can begin submitting applications for CMS free or reduced-priced lunch on August 1st.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools has made available to students and families its remote supplemental learning resources student portal. This portal is to help reestablish some of the routine of the school day at home. There are numerous lessons and activities designed to help students stay engaged in learning. Print copies of the learning resources for K-3 students […]

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board voted unanimously last night to approve Phase 1 of a new student assignment plan. The plan will give priority to disadvantaged student, assigning them with consideration of the family income, level of education, and neighborhood in which they live. The board hopes the plan will create 13,000 new magnet seats for […]

Charlotte Hornets guard, Jeremy Lin is wasting no time in making a difference in our community.  Determined to end bullying, Lin has launched a creative initiative to educate Charlotte students about harassment. Students can earn points in a one month reading challenge for reading articles centered around bullying. “‘Bringing an End to Bullying” can be found […]

Carolina Panther quarterback stood in middle of a group of Charlotte middle schoolers asking which school would win School Pride Day at Memorial Stadium. The…

New CMS Superintendent Heath Morrison cracked joked, flashed a winning smile and was quick witted during a talk to the Charlotte Chamber in Ballantyne last week. In fact, it sounded more like he was running for office rather than running a school system. In a presentation complete with Power Point slides and lots and lots […]