Judy Younts is getting ready for a new school year, but that doesn’t mean that she took the summer off. The executive director of Communities In Schools of Thomasville, was busy throughout the summer.
The Davidson County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution during its regular meeting Tuesday to receive an economic incentive grant that will help fund the I-85 Corporate Center, LLC.
From upset tummies to sore throats, allergies to asthma, fever to fatigue, Jennifer Bowling, RN has seen it all during the busy school year and she loves every minute of it. As a school nurse for the Davidson County School System, she divides her time and expertise between E. Lawson Brown Middle School, East Davidson High School, Fair Grove and Pilot Elementary Schools.
Mayor Joe Bennett announced the arrival of a new Sheetz store at the recent State of the City and County address at Colonial Country Club.
THS will host High Point Central Friday
Eagles rally from two goals down to win 4-3
East shows improvement in final game of match
With fall just around the corner, you will find the lawn filled with pumpkins. They will make good pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving and jack-o'-lanterns for Halloween.
With school supplies flying off the shelves and the dog-days of summer quickly making way for autumn, both children and teachers are nervously counting down to the “BIG DAY” when school finally starts. As the proud parent of teenage boys and a fourth and fifth-grade teacher for more than 15 years, I wanted to share some top tips on how to alleviate those back to school jitters, ease back into a structured schedule and help you and yours get ready for an exciting school year.
Our summer reading program is winding down so I want to thank our speakers who informed and entertained, our teen volunteers who helped make programs run smoothly and all of you who read or attended a program. Thank you for another successful summer!