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Central Wilkes Middle School
Teacher of the Year and Assistant Teacher of the Year 2018-2019 
Kristin Ward 18-19 TOY!  Mrs.Susan Rhodes ATOY 18-19
2018-2019 GRANTS
 
Nov 2018 Kelly Holleman, our media specialist, was awarded 5 $100 grants from Gear-Up for a Novel Engineering Project with the Wilkes County Early College High School. 
   
The Wilkes County Hall of Fame Governing Board recently awarded over $18,000 in grants in the areas of arts, physical education and athletics in the Wilkes County schools. Funds for the grants were raised at the fifth annual Wilkes Hall of Fame Gala in North Wilkesboro and dispersed on February 11. 2019 at the Stone Center. Central Wilkes school recipients were:
  • Shannon Rogers, $1,000 for the purchase of a new keyboard for her Chorus classes
  • Katelyn Roche and Kelly Holleman, $1,000 for novels and materials for "I am a Work of Art" Project with Ms. Roche's Advanced Art Class
   
Congratulations to Ms. Coleman and two of our student leader groups! Falcon Friends received a T3LC Grant for supplies for their program. The CWMS Character Education group won the same grant for resources to promote a positive body image and help fight teenage depression.
 
 
 
 
The "Every Child Needs A Playground" Project
 

 

CENTRAL WILKES MIDDLE SCHOOL RECEIVES $19,367 GRANT

Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation funds media center shelving

 

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – The Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation has awarded a $19,367 grant to the Central Wilkes Middle School for Building Tomorrow’s Engineers project.

This grant will be used to build a STEM lab with 20 stations each with a Lego EV3 Robot and computer.  This lab will be used to teach programming, coding, and robotics, primarily to Central Middle's Team S.O.A.R. (Science Olympiad and Robotics).

 

"The Lowe's hometown grant program is dedicated to helping meet critical needs in our local communities," said James Frison, director of community relations. "By supporting Central Wilkes Middle School, we're contributing to a cause that's important to our customers and employees."

 

The Central Wilkes Middle School grant was recommended by Lowe’s hometown grant advisory committee comprised of representatives from education, recreation and business in Wilkesboro-area communities. The committee reviews applications quarterly and recommends grants to the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation board of directors. The foundation has earmarked $250,000 in annual contributions for Wilkesboro-area community improvement and public school projects.

 

To apply for a Lowe’s hometown grant, visit Apply for a Grant.

 

ABOUT LOWE’S IN THE COMMUNITY

Lowe’s, a FORTUNE® 50 home improvement company, has a 50-year legacy of supporting the communities it serves through programs that focus on K-12 public education and community improvement projects. Since 2007, Lowe’s and the Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation together have contributed more than $225 million to these efforts, and for more than two decades Lowe’s Heroes employee volunteers have donated their time to make our communities better places to live. To learn more, visit Lowes.com/SocialResponsibility and LowesInTheCommunity.tumblr.com.