Iredell-Statesville Schools School & Family Magazine December 2016 - Page 15

Coddle Creek Students Present at State Conference Crossroads Recognized for Graduation Rate Tessa and Ainsley were invited to present their math projects Crossroads Arts & Science Early College, formerly at the NC Council for Teachers of Mathematics Conference VPAC, was recently recognized for earning a 100% in Greensboro. They spoke with teachers from across the graduation rate for the 2015-16 school year. The photo state about their math projects! Way to represent CCE! was taken at the state awards luncheon. Pictured is Dr. Melanie Taylor, Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction, June Atkinson, Superintendent of North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, and Alicia Eller, principal at Crossroads. Crossroads Student Receives National Merit Award John Roach, senior at Crossroads Arts & Science Early College, was recognized on October 4th for receiving a letter of commendation from the National Merit Scholarship Program. Over 1.6 million students took the Preliminary SAT last October, and only 34,000 are being recognized for their exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance. Union Grove Recognizes Retired Educators On October 2, 2016, Meme Edmisten and Teresa Kutteh were honored as the school dedicated their beautiful picnic area to them. Ms. Edmisten retired in 2015 after 46 years of service. Ms. Kutteh retired in 2014 after 14 years of service. High School Recognizes Those Who Served Statesville High School’s Fi-Y club set up the “Field of Flags” in remembrance of those who served. Tied to each flag is the name of a service member. Iredell-Statesville School & Family 13