|Bang, Pop, Ooh, Aah.... is it the 4th of July?! Wrong! It is time for the STEAM Expo. The STEAM (Science,Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Expo is a chance for students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills by designing, implementing and creating an exciting project to share with the community. School fairs will be announced by individual schools. January 9, 2015 is our set up and turn in date at McDowell Tech CC. The Community Expo will be held on January 10, 2015 from 3pm-6pm with awards beginning at 6:00pm in the MTCC auditorium. For more information and assistance check out http://bit.ly/STEAMMCS|
Welcome to Nebo Elementary, Nebo, NC
FOREST CITY, N.C. — Facebook, Inc. is proud to announce the recipients of its fourth annual local grants program. Organizations in Rutherford, Cleveland, Polk and McDowell Counties were eligible to apply for grants, and more than 70 applications were submitted. The 14 selected nonprofits and organizations will receive a total of $125,000 for specific projects that use technology for community benefit; connect people online or off; improve education; or promote local economic benefit. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/
This is the 110th year for Nebo School.
Over the past 14 years, Ingles Markets has contributed over 10 million dollars to schools in towns where Ingles stores are located. These dollars have been used for valuable learning tools and equipment. Public schools, private schools and home school
associations are welcome to participate in this program, grades K-12. Ingles and our Tools for School program are committed to helping thousands of schools and students achieve their education goals.
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This Little Free Library offers a way to share good things to read—favorite books from your childhood or books you would recommend to friends; books that teach, intrigue and engage you. All of us can help by keeping this collection stocked with good reading material.
Whose library is this? It belongs to everybody -- neighbors, friends, and people we don’t even know yet. Anyone can use it. That’s why we want to take care of it.
Take a book. If you see something you would like to read, take it. Look inside and see who gave it; who else has read it.
We support reading for children, literacy for adults, and libraries around the world.
For more information about Little Free Libraries, please visit
Please click the image below to view an issue of McDowell County's Building Readers Newsletter. It is filled with lots of great information to help your student become the best reader possible.