Kennedy
Middle School
4000 Gallant Lane
Charlotte, NC 28273
Courier #: 434
P: 980-343-5540  |  F: 980-343-5412 
Principal: Kevin Sudimack
LC: Southwest
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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About Our School

​The Vision​

  • Provide a safe and orderly learning environment. 
  • ​Develo​p the whole child.
  • Create an environment of academic excellence through 21st century learning with a focus on STEM education and Personalized Learning themes.

Our Focus

  • Personalized Learning:  Provide personalized instruction for students based on their ability, reading, and assessment levels.

  • STEM integration for all.

  • 1:1:  Each student receives a Google Chromebook upon registration for student use during the school day.

  • Literacy:  Reading, writing, speaking and listening continue to be our "North Star".

Accomplishments

  • Technology Student Association (TSA) National Competition:  2016 Nashville, TN

  • North Carolina State Champion:  Dash and Dot Programming Competition 

  • State Science Fair Award Winners

  • "Most Spirited" award for Science Olympiad 

  • Selected as Early Adopter for Technology 1:1

  • Teacher and student presented to the US Senate Sub-Committee on Technology in schools

  • Bill and Melinda Gates and CMS sponsored Personalized Learning Cohort I

  • School visits by Chicago Public EC principals and central office staff

  • Technology highlighted in Oct. superintendent media briefing 

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