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School Information:
13345 Beatties Ford Road
Huntersville, NC 28078
Courier # 394
P: 980-343-5750 | F: 980-343-5743
Principal: Amy Mims
LC: Northwest
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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To create a safe school climate where all students can achieve and teachers are empowered to be creative educators.
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Second Semester Academic Schedule starting April 12th

Hybrid Schedule: Face-to-face and Virtual



​A-Rotation

In-Person

A-Rotation

In-Person​

All Virtual​

​A-Rotation

In-Person

A-Rotation

In-Person​

​Monday

Tuesday​

​Wednesday

Thursday​

​Friday

​9:00-9:45 Homeroom

​9:00-9:45 Homeroom

​9:00-9:45 Homeroom

​9:00-9:45 Homeroom

​9:00-9:45 Homeroom

​9:45-10:55
1st Block

​9:45-10:55
1st Block

​9:45-10:15 
1st Block

​9:45-10:55
1st Block

​9:45-10:55
1st Block

​11:05-12:15
2nd Block

​11:05-12:15
2nd Block

​10:20-10:50
2nd Block

​11:05-12:15
2nd Block

​11:05-12:15
2nd Block

​12:15-1:25
Lunch

​12:15-1:25
Lunch

10:55-11:25
3rd Block

​12:15-1:25
Lunch

​12:15-1:25
Lunch

​1:35-2:45
3rd Block

​1:35-2:45
3rd Block

​11:30-12:00
4th Block

​1:35-2:45
3rd Block

​1:35-2:45
3rd Block

​2:55- 4:05
4th Block

​2:55- 4:05
4th Block

​12:00-12:30
Lunch

​2:55- 4:05
4th Block

​2:55- 4:05
4th Block

​4:05 Staggered Dismissal

​4:05 Staggered Dismissal

12:30-4:00
Asynchronous Work/Small- group Support

12:30-1:00- 1st
1:00-1:30- 2nd
1:30-2:00 3rd
2:00-2:30- 4th

​4:05 Staggered Dismissal

​4:05 Staggered Dismissal




Celebration of Black Art

TIME magazine recently published a special project, created in partnership with Ibram X. Kendi, that celebrates the power of Black art. Our 7th grade ELA teachers have been working through a module in their new curriculum about the Harlem Renaissance. The teachers and students have connected the two through blackout poetry. The students were able to take excerpts from Ibram X. Kendi’s article titled “This Is the Black Renaissance”, an interview titled "Unity with Purpose" with Amanda Gorman and Michelle Obama discussing art, identity, and optimism, or a poem titled "The Miracle of Morning" by Amanda Gorman and repurpose the text to create a poem all their own. 

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Created by Emma S.



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Phone: 980-343-3000
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