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Middle School
School Information:
1925 Rama Road
Charlotte, NC 28212
Courier # 450
P: 980-343-6425 | F: 980-343-6509
Principal: Paul Williams
LC: Central Learning Community
Bell Schedule: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Our Mission
We EMPOWER All Kids!
School Announcements
ONE Access is a collaboration between Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools beginning fall 2015
8/25/2015Read full story
Bookfair Sept. 17th - 25th
8/24/2015Read full story
Open House 6pm - 8pm
8/19/2015Read full story
2015-2016 School Supply List
5/8/2015Read full story
Summer Reading For Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Mighty Scots Students
5/7/2015Read full story
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Current Calendar Events
Sep 7Labor Day ~ No School
Sep 8Volunteer Orientation
Sep 15Family Night
Sep 16Softball/Volleyball vs MLK Middle (Home)
Sep 17 - 25Bookfair Sept. 17th - 25th
Sep 17Football Game vs MLK Middle (Home)
Sep 17Bookfair Family Night! 5:00pm-8:00pm
Sep 21Softball/Volleyball vs Cochrane (Away)
Sep 22Softball/Volleyball vs Sedgefield (Away)
Sep 22Family Night

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Our Vision

McClintock Middle School will be the premier Middle School in North Carolina


Our Mission ​

  We EMPOWER all Kids!


​ Our Beliefs and Values

  • Students, staff, parents and community work together to ensure our students have the supports and resources needed to engage in learning which prepares them for the unique challenges of the 21st Century.


  • Every student is a unique individual, supported by an adult, and is exposed to a differentiated instructional approach, according to his or her intellectual, social, physical, and emotional requirements.


  • We believe in every child’s potential and are committed to promoting every student’s achievement through the utilization of the mastery learning model.


  • All students will be actively engaged in problem solving, skill building, and communication in every area of the curriculum, to promote sound judgment and effective thinking.


  • Collegial planning, delivery and assessment of learning, are essential to ensuring meaningful and authentic demonstrations of outcomes and judgments of achievements, across and beyond disciplines and subject areas.


  • We value clear and transparent communication with and between, parents, faculty, administration, and staff.


  • We value a safe and healthy environment that protects and fosters physical and emotional well-being.


§  We value diversity, finding strength and synergy in our differences



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