Carla May is in her second year as Assistant Principal at Newton-Conover High School. Previously, Carla worked in Lincoln County Schools as a Teacher, Instructional Coach, and fill-in Administrator. Mrs. May is very bright, has a strong understanding of high school curriculum, and a great sense of humor. Mrs. May understands high school both from the professional lens as well as from the parental lens. She rounds out an outstanding team at N-CHS. We are excited to have her on our team in N-CCS!!! #ThankAPrincipal
Billy Cannon is a product of Newton-Conover City Schools and has spent his entire career serving the students of Newton-Conover City Schools. Under his leadership South Newton Elementary School had the highest growth in our school system in the 18-19 school year. As a former teacher at Newton-Conover Middle School, Mr. Cannon’s journey has come full circle as he has returned for his third year as principal. He is successfully leading N-CMS through the pandemic. His energy and enthusiasm is contagious and we are fortunate to have him as a leader in our system. #ThankAPrincipal
The N-CCS Board of Education voted on 10-18-21 to modify the 2021-22 calendar due to both changes in state law. Friday, December 17 has now become a half-day for students. April 1 has become a required workday and May 6 has become an optional workday. https://5il.co/10nnk
Shane Whitener is entering his third year as principal of Discovery High School. Mr. Whitener led North Newton Elementary School successfully for 5 years prior to coming back to his first love, high school. Mr. Whitener was formerly a math teacher at Newton-Conover High School. He is very focused on student growth and on growing the Discovery High School brand. He is successfully leading DHS through the pandemic. DHS is in good hands under the leadership of this former N-CCS Principal of the Year. #ThankATeacher @Discoveryhsnc
Elizabeth Moseley is in her second full year as Principal of South Newton Elementary School. Previously she served in N-CCS as Assistant Principal at Newton-Conover High School where she led a variety of processes successfully. Her strong work ethic and vision for student success is an asset to N-CCS and the SNES school community. #ThankAPrincipal
Todd Davis is in his second year as Assistant Principal and first year as co-Athletic Director at Newton-Conover High School. Prior to this year, Mr. Davis served as Assistant Principal at Bandys High School (and before that was a successful Teacher and Coach at St. Stephens High School). Todd brings a wealth of experience, a strong work ethic, excellent organizational ability, and a desire to see students succeed to Newton-Conover High School.
Ms. Clemons has been a burst of energetic leadership at Shuford Elementary School. During her 5-year tenure, Shuford has met or exceeded growth every year that the state has recognized the achievement. Additionally, Shuford has been recognized as a National Title I School of Excellence!! Along with her wonderful staff and students, her focus on Personalized Learning has been a key driver to the school’s success. Not only was Ms. Clemons named the Newton-Conover City Schools Principal of the Year, she was also recently named the North Carolina Principal of the Year for 2019-2020!!!! This is an unbelievably rare recognition for a principal. She is only the 2nd statewide Principal of the Year in the history of Newton-Conover City Schools.
Want to be a substitute teacher with N-CCS? Applying is easier than ever. Our Partners ESS, offers subs weekly paychecks, bonuses, and benefits. https://jobs.willsubplus.com/jobs?districtIds=1551
Check out N-CCS Job Openings....EC Teacher, H-PE Teacher, HVAC Mechanic, Elementary Teacher...and much more. https://www.newton-conover.org/page/n-ccs-employment-opportunities
Did you know that OCTOBER is NATIONAL PRINCIPALS MONTH? Newton-Conover City Schools is blessed to have excellent leadership in our schools. During this unprecedented time, the expertise of our building leaders has been in high demand as they seek to creatively solve unique challenges our schools have been facing. October is National Principal Appreciation Month. During this month, N-CCS would like to recognize not only our Principals, but also our Assistant Principals and Instructional Coaches who provide tireless support to our staff and students. Please join me in thanking these folks for their exemplary service!!!”
N-CCS is accepting nominations for the Annual Red Blazer Awards through December 31, 2021. For more information, download our nomination form. https://5il.co/zx8o
Newton-Conover City Schools ranked 9th best school district in North Carolina by Niche.com. Check it out! https://www.niche.com/k12/search/best-school-districts/s/north-carolina/
Hannah Watkins has been named a Commended Student in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. About 34,000 students are recognized each year by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation for the exceptional academic promise. Although these students do not continue in the 2022 scholarship competition, that are recognized for their scholarly achievements.
NCCS Board of Education approved a calendar change at its 9-7-21 meeting. September 24 is now a mandatory workday for staff and students get the day off. For more details, please check out Dr. Gabriel's memo about this change. https://5il.co/yn7s
On September 3, 2021, the N-CCS Board of Education adopted a mandatory facecovering policy. They will revisits this policy each month. For more information: https://5il.co/ym3t
Here is the latest Updates regarding COVID-19. https://www.newton-conover.org/page/weekly-covid-19-updates
At the September 3, 2021 Special Called Meeting, the Newton-Conover City Schools Board of Education voted 6-0 to require staff, students, and visitors to wear face coverings while indoors on school campuses beginning Tuesday, September 7, 2021 (provided they do not meet one of the criteria for exceptions). Face coverings are also still required to be worn on school transportation. The Board of Education reserves the right to make once again make face coverings optional as deemed appropriate. Per S. B. 654, the Board of Education is required throughout the 2021-2022 school year to review this policy each month, consider the need for modifications, and vote to approve/modify this policy.
The Corner Table in Newton, is offering a Backpack Program (Food for Students) Program. For more information and to complete an application go to http://www.thecornertable.org/backpack-program-food-for-students
The Newton-Conover City Schools Board of Education will hold a special called meeting on (Friday, September 3 @ 4:00 pm, N-CCS Boardroom) for the purpose of considering Covid-19 protocols.
Catawba County Public Health is hiring 40-50 School Health Assistants ASAP to assist in schools within the County’s (3) school systems. Please spread the word to those you know. This is a perfect chance for individuals to make a difference in the lives of children while earning a competitive salary with full County benefits and working day shift hours during the weekdays. Calling for MOAs, CNAs, retired school and/or medical personnel, or those who have just graduated with their Associates or Bachelors (medical, education, human services) looking for some valuable experience. Click here for the detailed job posting: https://www.catawbacountync.gov/site/assets/files/2591/school_health_assistants_full-time_aug_2021.pdf Click here to apply: https://www.catawbacountync.gov/county-services/human-resources/employment-opportunities/ If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact one of our recruitment team members listed below. We are Making. Living. Better. in Catawba County every day! For more information: Cee Lee Human Resources Specialist 828-465-8463 email@example.com