KCS celebrates American Education Week

KCS celebrates American Education Week
Posted on 11/22/2013
District invites elected officials and community members to visit schools

Kannapolis City Schools celebrated American Education Week (November 18-22) by inviting elected officials and community members to visit our schools. Many representatives, including state legislators, county commissioners, and city council members, spent time in classrooms during the week.

Rep. Harry Warren (77th House District in Rowan County) spent an entire day shadowing a teacher at Kannapolis Intermediate School. He arrived at 6:15 a.m. to meet sixth grade teacher, Tammie Langley. He talked with students and teachers, taught a lesson, attended an awards ceremony, and ate lunch in the school cafeteria.

Rep. Linda Johnson (83rd House District in Cabarrus County) read to students at Jackson Park Elementary and met with Jackson Park principal, Nick Carlascio. Cabarrus County Commissioner, Steve Morris, visited Shady Brook Elementary where he read to students and talked with teachers and staff members. Kannapolis City Council member, Ryan Dayvault, spent time at A.L. Brown High School talking with students and staff and visiting classrooms.

Many other community members also spent time in Kannapolis City Schools during American Education Week. We were proud to host them and show them the outstanding ways that public education and Kannapolis City Schools are serving our students, families, and community.


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