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School Information:
1501 Norland Road
Charlotte, NC 28205
Courier # 381
P: 980-343-6410 | F: 980-343-6406
Principal: Mary Webb
LC: Central 1
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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School Mission
The mission of Eastway Middle is to educate all students for college and career readiness.
School Events
Nov
02
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
Nov
05
Canvas Parent Night - Zoom Meeting
Nov
09
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
Nov
16
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
Nov
23
Coffee With the Principal-Zoom Meeting
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         National Bully Prevention Week Oct. 19th-23rd


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Thank you to Ms. Flood's Academic Enrichment Class for this great collage to remind students to stand up against bullying.  

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    DO THE RIGHT THING 

  CHALLENGE ESSAY


It is our honor to announce Yuliza Cabrera Benitez and G'Nyla Hairston  as Do the Write Thing Challenge

finalist for Eastway Middle School in March!  These two students made it to the finalist round of Do The Write Thing Essay Contest offered by Mecklenburg County Community Support Services; a program to prevent youth violence.  They received an award and have their essay published in Mecklenburg County's annual publication of finalists.  We are so proud of their accomplishment and have high hopes for their future endeavors.  Congratulationsagain!


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VICTOR BELL SCHOLARSHIP NOMINEES


The Victor E. Bell, Jr. Scholarship Program has been established to encourage and assist high potential North Carolina students with limited financial resources to pursue higher education.

Awarded to seventh grade students and renewable through four years of college as long as annual eligibility requirements are met, the Scholarship Program encourages students with academic ability and promise to maintain their scholastic standing and achieve a college degree.

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The Eastway Victor E. Bell, Jr.  Scholarship 2018-2019 nominees:
Pictured Left to Right:  Brenda Rodriguea; Evans Grijalba-Proano; Tyreq Jones; Jonathan Rivera Diaz; Juan Adame Parre; Amberlee Frady; Charles McCall; and Thomas Tran.
Not Pictured:  Hector Cruz Gonzalez and Daniel Vasquez



 

 

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P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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