At their regularly scheduled Board of Education Meeting, Mr. Billy Wells was appointed Principal of the new Early College of Agriculture on campus at North Iredell High School.
At last nights regularly scheduled meeting, the I-SS Board of Education unanimously approved the calendar for the upcoming school year.
All high school and alternative school graduation dates are now available.
On February 20, 2017, members of Iredell-Statesville Schools and Mooresville Graded School District signed three join resolutions with the Iredell County Commissioners.
Elementary schools in Iredell-Statesville Schools are excited to meet their new students at Kindergarten Registration.
On February 2, 2017, student representatives from each elementary and middle school competed in the district spelling competition.
During a recent election, the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) announced Karen Kerley as a new NASN Director representing North Carolina.
On Thursday, January 26, 2017, the county came together at the Unity Center to celebrate the announcement.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Mr. Todd Williams, Director of Career and Technical Education, to discuss the news of Iredell County being named an ACT Work Ready Community.
The 2017-18 calendar for Iredell-Statesville Schools is in DRAFT form and the District would like to hear from you.
On January 17, 2017, the students and staff introduced their new greenhouse to their community with a formal ribbon cutting event.
Due to the recent inclement weather, I-SS will be using two of the scheduled days to make up the time missed.
As we head into that time of year when the weather can begin to play a role in the day-to-day activities, we asked that you review the I-SS Inclement Weather Procedures.
By using the app, students will be able to send anonymous tips about school safety concerns from any web-based technology.
All three early colleges in Iredell-Statesville Schools invite parents and students to their campuses to learn more about their programs.
In conjunction with National School Choice Week, Iredell-Statesville Schools would like to celebrate the educational options the district currently offers. We are confident that one of our 36 campuses is the right fit for your student.
The principal at East Iredell Elementary School was surprised this morning with the announcement that she has been selected as the Southwest Region Principal of the Year for the State of North Carolina.
The district is asking for parents and guardians to complete the 2016-17 School Climate Survey to provide feedback for the district.
Current 8th, 9th, and 10th graders can now complete an online application to attend the three early colleges in Iredell-Statesville Schools for the 2017-2018 school year.
Iredell-Statesville Schools held their annual science fairs where elementary and middle school students showed off their science skills.
Jonathan Nicastro was confirmed as the new principal at the regularly scheduled Board of Education meeting on November 14, 2016.
On November 15th, join parents and guardians throughout the district as we discuss alcohol and drug use among our youth. Click the title for more information.
Crossroads Early College students held a mock trial on Thursday, October 27th as a part of their Civics and Economics class.
On Thursday, October 27, 2016, Iredell-Statesville Schools formally commemorated the re-adoption of this sport into middle school curriculum.
Selected middle and high school students from across Iredell-Statesville Schools joined together on October 20, 2016, to extinguish the fires of bullying.
Coming out of safety drills and discussions with our partners in the local law enforcement agencies, we offer this video to our parents.
On Thursday, September 22nd, Iredell-Statesville Schools hosted the North Carolina School Board Association District 6 annual meeting.
After saving 371 trees in the 2015-16 school year, the district will continue using the electronic flyer distribution to continue reducing paper and copy costs.
Big yellow buses will soon be on the road, so please read and understand the North Carolina School Bus Stop Law to keep our students safe.
This new tool will enable parents to manage their contact information for our Connect-ED calling system.
Iredell-Statesville Schools is excited to announce the families can apply online for their children to receive free or reduced-price school meals.
Harmony Elementary School has partnered with Discovery Place to create a unique learning environment.
Statesville Middle School's Assistant Principal, Mrs. Kelly Campbell, has been promoted to lead the campus for the 2016-17 school year.
The school has opened up their campus to the community for students and parents to learning new skills.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has partnered with a number of statewide agencies to have summer meals for kids across the state.
1,632 students from Iredell-Statesville Schools celebrated their accomplishments as they graduated from high school.
Reanette Tiikkala, bus driver at Celeste Henkel Elementary School, was named the top honor at a recent awards luncheon.
Eight high school students from Iredell-Statesville Schools were selected for the North Carolina Governor's School.
Christine Flanagan from Lake Norman High School was named the 2016-2017 Teacher Assistant of the Year.
Samantha Harris, teacher at N.B. Mills Elementary School, was honored along with 35 school-elected teachers of the year.
Parents, educators and the community are invited to provide feedback regarding proposed revisions to the content standards for high school math courses Math I, II, and II via a survey.
Superintendent Brady Johnson has encouraged all stakeholders to become familiar with recent legislation introduced during the short session of the General Assembly.
South Iredell High School needs your help to win the video contest. Click the headline to read more about the contest and to cast your vote.
Iredell-Statesville Schools recently hosted a visit by the AdvancED External Review Team as they sought accreditation renewal.
Iredell-Statesville Schools recognized 1,608 years of service by 73 retiring staff members on April 28th at the Statesville Country Club.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Liz Deal, Area Coordinator for Raising Highly Capable Kids, to discuss their partnership with Iredell-Statesville Schools and their work within the community.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Brie Beane, Director of Intervention, Innovation, and Improvement to discuss MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Support).
Superintendent Johnson sat down with West Iredell High School's AP Academy Coordinator, Theresa Pulyer, to discuss their current offerings.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Bill Walker, Agriculture Teacher from North Iredell High School, to discuss "Wake Up to Ag" Day and also his recent recognition as a "Carolina Farm Credit Fresh Perspectives" teacher.
Hospice of Iredell County's Rainbow Kidz give students in Iredell-Statesville Schools the support they need.
NC Superintendents joined together to announce their 2016 Legislative Priorities.
The Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education is requesting feedback on the 2016-2017 Local Budget.
Join students, parents, staff, and the community as the district host an event geared at educating the community about the dangers of drugs that are used in the county.
Tracy Patterson, a teacher at Celeste Henkel Elementary School, and her daughter sat down with Mr. Johnson to talk about the campaign that gives to the Ronald McDonald House.
FFA Students at South Iredell High School are learning about sustainable food production.
As the primary elections are approaching, the State Board of Elections reminds voters that an ID is required to vote. Click to read more and find out the acceptable IDs.
On Monday, February 29th, Principal Susan Fail and Superintendent Brady Johnson signed the International Baccalaureate Candidacy Application.
Superintendent Brady Johnson sat down with Northview Principal, Sheila Jenkins and Blended Learning Coach, Dr. Justin Mitchell to discuss their upcoming event and partnership with Google.
The district will honor the make-up days labeled on the district calendar to replace the days students were out.
Join a facilitated discussion of recent events to discuss how to come together and not apart.
Iredell-Statesville Schools is currently in the process of reviewing and revising their Academically Intellectually Gifted (AIG) Local Plan. Complete the survey to assist in this process.
You are invited to attend a celebration of the Chinese New Year on Saturday, February 6, 2016.
All rising sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students are welcome to attend one of the informational meetings concerning the International Baccalaureate Programme.
Jill Parker, Band Director at South Iredell High School, and Matthew Dowell, Band Director at North Iredell High School, were recipients of the UFCU's "Pay it Forward" donations.
After seeking feedback from their stakeholders, the district updated their vision, mission and core values to communicate the purpose of Iredell-Statesville Schools.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Ashley Pope, Automotive Technology Instructor, to discuss how the school was recently named Tomorrow's Technician School of the Year.
Superintendent Brady Johnson sat down with Mr. Terry Campbell, Director of Transportation, to discuss how the department works, how many buses they service, and how bus routes are formed.
Superintendent Johnson talks with Dr. David Blattner, Chief Technology Officer and Director of Media Services, about the recent news of the district's invitation to be a part of the League of Innovative Schools and a recent visit to Pittsburgh.
In an effort to continuously improve our communication with our staff, students, families and greater community, we present to you this first edition of the Iredell-Statesville Schools School & Family Magazine.
Beginning January 1st, all North Carolina public school bus drivers will be required to use hand signals to help students safely cross the road to board the bus.
Superintendent Brady Johnson sat down with Amy Rhyne, principal at East Iredell Elementary School to discuss the school's new direction for this year. The school has adopted a new theme for this year called "Operation Possible" which ties into using data to save lives.
Superintendent Brady Johnson sat down with Tina Wilson who serves as the Director of Child Nutrition to discuss not only the daily activities of the school cafeterias, but also about a recent program that received a national award.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Dr. Mary Ann Karriker, Executive Director of Elementary Education to talk about Read to Achieve Reading Camp.
The district held their annual science fair where elementary and middle school students showed off their science skills.
This feature highlights I-SS Alumni and appears monthly in EdMatters, an insert in the Statesville Record and Landmark.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Phillip Hardin, Director of the IMPACT Grant, to discuss the work of the grant. Although the grant uses technology, technology is not the primary purpose of this grant. Mr. Hardin is able to have a candid conversation with Mr. Johnson to discuss and define blended learning.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Francis Shen, co-founder of Tower Bridge International, to discuss the partnership with China and the upcoming visit.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Karah Jean Giles, a member of the Superintendent's Student Advisory Council and a senior at the Visual and Performing Arts Center, to discuss current issues within our schools. The Superintendent's Student Advisory Council is made up of two representatives from each high school and early college campus.
The board of education approved the calendar for the 2016-2017 school year at their regular scheduled November meeting.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with South Iredell High School's Coach Miller and Statesville High School's Coach Gussler to discuss this Friday's playoff games.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with district representatives who recently traveled to China to welcome students to our district.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with representatives from West Iredell Middle School's Junior Beta Club to discuss one of their annual service projects.
As the district launches their cultural exchange program, host families are needed to house the students that will be visiting our county.
Superintendent Johnson talks with Melissa Wike, Chief Financial Officer, about finances in the district.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with Rob Jackson, Director of Construction, to discuss the status of the Cool Spring Elementary School project.
Automotive Technology Center, located at the Career Academy and Technical School, was recognized as the eighth-annual recipient of this national award to recognize automotive education excellence.
This feature highlights I-SS Alumni and appears monthly in EdMatters, an insert in the Statesville Record and Landmark.
Juniors from I-SS high schools are participating in a joint effort by Iredell-Statesville Schools and the Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce.
Superintendent Brady Johnson sat down with CCTL teacher, Brooke McCurdy, who was named I-SS Teacher of the Year in May.
Superintendent Johnson sat down with two students who attended NC Governor's School to discuss their experiences.
Student representatives from middle and high schools will attend the Fall 2015 IGNITE Anti-Bullying Summit on Thursday, October 8.
The district will host a meeting for students to learn more about the program.
The United States Department of Agriculture announced Troutman Elementary School Nutrition Program as one of the best in the nation in promoting a healthy environment.
Due to updates in the online payment system, parents are asked to update their Internet browsers.
Join members of the community as they support our schools.
Support the Auto Tech students by voting in the Quaker State Best in Class Challenge.
The school won the Best Buy Education Sweepstakes valued at $2,500.
This feature highlights I-SS Alumni and appears monthly in EdMatters, an insert in the Statesville Record and Landmark.
This week the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released school report cards across our state.
After an agreement signed on August 20, 2015, this partnership will allow the establishment of sister schools in China.
The Transportation Department has released the bus routes for the 2015-16 school year.
Several changes have been enacted by the State Board of Education that will impact grading practices beginning with the 2015-16 school year in Iredell-Statesville Schools.
Beginning this week, rising 6th and 9th grade students in Iredell-Statesville Schools will receive a unique opportunity to explore their new campus.
The Board of Education approved the appointments of Susan Fail and Sheila Jenkins on July 13, 2015.
An article recently published by the Statesville Record and Landmark highlights one of the district's Read to Achieve camps.
Click the headline above to read more about the project and watch the live view cameras.
At the monthly Board of Education meeting, held June 8, 2015, the board approved the appointments of new principals at three schools.
The video of the Board of Education meeting that was held on May 11, 2015 is now available to review.
The district recently completed the revision process of their vision, mission and core values. Please complete the short survey to provide your feedback.
Classified and certified staff were honored on May 21st at the Statesville Country Club.
The video of the Board of Education meeting that was held on April 13, 2015 is now available to review.
The Child Nutrition Department responds to a recent recall by removing products from their food service lines.
The district has established two make-up days and an additional hour during the upcoming Early Release Day.
The district recently held both Battle of the Book Competitions where students in elementary and middle school got the chance to test their reading and comprehension skills.
The district announced the new leadership appointments for North Iredell and West Iredell middle schools.
The organization recently held a ribbon cutting acknowledging the launch of the program.
The video of the Board of Education meeting that was held on March 9, 2015 is now available to review.
The application process to submit a completed change-of-assignment form is March 17, 2015 through June 30, 2015.
Students throughout the district showcased their talent as they recently participated in the Elementary Honors Chorus and Superintendent's Art Show.
Iredell-Statesville Schools is hosting two forum this month focused on substance use and mental health education.
Superintendents from all 115 districts work together to propose a platform for education reform in North Carolina.
Alumni from Unity High School were invited back to honor the history of this campus and witness a kept promise.
On Thursday, January 15, 2015, the community celebrated the first phase of construction since the passage of the school bond,
The video of the Board of Education meeting that was held on January 12, 2015 is now available to review.
The video of the Board of Education meeting that was held on December 8, 2014 is now available to review.
The CDM policy allows course credit to be earned through a multi-phase assessment process. Learn more about the CDM policy and process.
Starting on January 5th, parents and guardians will need to enter the school through a temporary driveway.
The video of the Board of Education meeting that was held November 10, 2014 is now available to review.
Statesville Middle Schools students were surprised to receive musical instruments from the foundation.
The Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education approved the appointment of Dr. Elizabeth Bradley as the new principal of the school.
Join representatives from CFNC, Davidson College, UNC-Charlotte, and Mitchell Community College at South Iredell High School on December 16th to get answers to your questions.
Winter Weather Awareness Week is Nov. 30th through Dec. 6th. Read more about ways to prepare for whatever Old Man Winter throws our way.
Superintendent Johnson shares his thoughts on the school bond referendum results.
Be sure to stay informed.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held October 13, 2014 is now available to review.
David Ragan, driver of the NASCAR No. 34 Ford, led a "Play It Safe Assembly" at Harmony Elementary School.
WNCN in partnership with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction stresses the importance of braking for a school bus.
A group of students will participate in the 2nd Annual IGNITE Summit on Friday, October 3.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held on September 8, 2014 is now available to review.
The I-SS Academically and/or Intellectually Gifted Department is partnering with schools across the district to host informational meetings for parents.
Bring a non-perishable food item to the designated game at your local high school to help end hunger in Iredell County.
Local teen, Chandler Terry, is a semi-finalist in the Young Chamber Musicians Contest.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held on August 11, 2014 is now available to review.
State superintendent Dr. June Atkinson addressed the media to encourage motorists to stop when school buses are stopped to load and unload students.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held on July 14, 2014 is now available to review.
Participate in this annual campaign by leaving your school supply donations at your mailbox.
North Carolina Law requires students to have up-to-date immunizations.
Newest board of education members, Cindy Haynes, Max James, and Martin Page, were sworn in at Monday night's meeting.
Author Jamie Vollmer visits Iredell County to speak to I-SS and the community.
A case study has recently been published about Iredell-Statesville Schools by the American Society for Quality.
Schools have announced the dates and times they will be hosting their Open House.
The board of education approved the selection of principals for East Iredell Middle, Pressly, Statesville Middle, and VPAC.
Teachers are working hard this summer to help close gaps in student learning.
Education Week reflects on their visit to Iredell-Statesville Schools as they witnessed the shift to personalized learning through the IMPACT Grant.
An article recently published by the U.S. Department of Education highlights the work of the federal i3 Grant.
Eleven teachers in Iredell-Statesville Schools will join educators from around the state to participate in the Governor's Teacher Network.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held on June 9, 2014 is now available to review.
1,574 students from Iredell-Statesville Schools celebrated their accomplishments as they graduated from high school.
The district honored 60 retiring staff members on April 30th at the Statesville Country Club.
Classified and certified staff were honored on May 22nd at the Statesville Country Club.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held on May 12, 2014 is now available to review.
Natosha Brinkley and Brittany Head of Northview School have been accepted into the Kenan Fellows Program.
Students and staff of Iredell-Statesville Schools have come together in times of struggles for many of our students.
Mrs. Joanna Jester, teacher at East Iredell Middle School, was honored as one of our outstanding teachers.
The video of the Board of Education Meeting that was held April 14, 2014 is now available to review.
East Iredell Middle School recently hosted the school's biannual Community Speaker Day.
Students in the 2013-2014 Youth Leadership Iredell Class celebrated a successful year
The Statesville Woman's Club organized the 4th Annual Read Across America at Cloverleaf Elementary School.
Statesville Middle School students participated in the STEAM day hosted by Mitchell Community College.
Artists from Statesville Middle finished 2nd in the NC Association of Scholastic Activities show.
The Lakeshore Middle School Battle of the Books team wins the regional competition and advances to the state finals.
26 schools were represented during the recent Battle of the Books Competition.
Officers plan a day of fun to benefit DARE Cares, Inc., a nonprofit that supports the school resource officer program in Iredell-Statesville Schools.
Shepherd Elementary expanded technology throughout the school with the generous donation of over $30,000 from The Dale Jr. Foundation.
Join the students and staff at Mount Mourne School on Wednesday, March 19th as they host the founders of 100people.org.
The board of education will host its annual education forum Saturday, March 15.
Snow days force the I-SS board to make adjustments to the 2013-14 school calendar.
Students from Lake Norman took home several awards for outstanding artwork.
Students competed in the NASCAR Tech Scholarship Testing Program.
After 47 rounds, Mt. Mourne's Florence Liu is crowned the I-SS Spelling Bee champ for the second year in a row.
The public relations department recently earned eight Blue Ribbon Awards for Excellence in School Communications.
'Wear Red for Public Ed' t-shirt sales benefit United Way of Iredell County.
Counselors Address Basic Student Needs
The board of education will recognize the four outstanding student artists who won the district's holiday card art contest.
Parents and rising kindergartners interested in the dual language immersion program at East Iredell Elementary are invited to tour the program.
Includes dates for all Iredell-Statesville Schools high schools and early colleges.
Iredell-Statesville Schools is holding a contest to feature the work of talented artists for the district's holiday card contest.
TES joins millions in teaching computer science for the first time.
Superintendent Johnson is named the A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year.
Higher standards and new tests mean fewer students are marked proficient.
Schools throughout Iredell County are encouraging parents, business leaders, and community members to walk in to show support.
Brawley's popular interactive health program will be replicated at all other middle schools.
The Statesville Auto Auction invites students in grades 3-5 to come get creative.
Ignite Summit Coming to Statesville High School Thursday, September 19
Anthony Salkill's was selected for permanent display in Raleigh.
State and National average college admissions test scores were released recently.
Click the heading above to read more about the required immunizations for children attending school.
I-SS kicks off the new school year with a new, state-wide technology platform called Home Base.
The group will host its annual rally this weekend at Statesville High School.
The Rotary Club of Greater Statesville and Toyota West are partnering up to help foster student literacy.
iACADEMY offers made-to-fit education for high school students.
The board of education approved the selection of principals for Union Grove, Troutman Middle, and West Iredell High and South Iredell High
Students from Lake Norman High School competed in the 2013 Odyssey of the Mind World Competition May 22-25 at Michigan State University.
East Iredell Elementary Teachers were recently awarded the 2013 Global Team Award from VIF International Education.
Students from Statesville High School recently won the 2013 Teen Video Challenge sponsored by the Collaborative Summer Library Program.
Linda Dearman, first grade teacher at N.B. Mills Elementary, was named the Iredell-Statesville Schools Teacher of the Year.
Lonnie "Buck" Gatton and Cristy Wagner were recognized as recipients of the Wells Fargo Outstanding Educator Award on Thursday, May 30th.
As the district faces personnel cuts, the value of teacher assistants must be recognized.
The district is excited to announce registration is now available for I-SS Summer Enrichment Camps and for Prime Time Summer Camp.
The district honored 73 retiring staff members on May 23rd at the Statesville Country Club.
The school's community garden provides fresh produce to Fifth Street Ministries.
36 school-elected Teachers of the Year were recognized May 30th at Mac Gray Auditorium.
Lake Norman High School students will take the stage on Friday, May 3rd at 7:00 p.m. to raise money for their trip to Scotland.
Iredell-Statesville Schools is participating in an initiative to collect books for elementary school students.
Patrick Abele is named executive director of Project IMPACT.
The prepayment system used by parents to pay for child nutrition has made a change to MySchoolMoney.
In an effort to offer employees up-to-date technology and to align with the North Carolina technology initiative, Iredell-Statesville Schools has transitioned to Gmail.
West Iredell High School's SADD club is one of 200 finalists for a $25,000 grant from State Farm.
Students from NIHS took home the top honor in North Carolina.
Students from Mt. Mourne, an IBO World School, recently presented in Raleigh.
Northview School has been awarded a grant from Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation for technology upgrades.
The calendar for the 2015-2016 school year has been finalized.
The Greyhounds' Men's Basketball Team has clinched a victory that is taking them to the state finals.
Michelle Ruff hands over her keys to Clark Tire of Statesville so they can begin her complete car makeover.
Wendell Bowie II, former student at NIHS, gave students an opportunity to participate in a hands-on demonstration.
The artwork from several Statesville Middle School artists was recently featured in the organization's winter newsletter.
Joe Stewart, art teacher at South Iredell High School is recognized in this month's Teacher Feature.
Cast your vote online today and help Statesville Middle School win the competition.
West Iredell Middle School was recently awarded $19,350 from the Lowe's Charitable and Educational Foundation.
Elementary and Middle students make it difficult for judges at the district science fair.
Florence Liu, seventh grader at Mount Mourne IBO World School won the District Spelling Bee.
Theatre students at Lake Norman High School have received an invitation to take part in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Iredell-Statesville Schools and Barium Springs Home for Children have partnered together to offer two forums for parents and students.
Yolanda Karriker, literacy coach at Statesville Middle School is recognized in this month's Teacher Feature
The district's high school dropout ranks among the top 20 percent of all NC school districts.
The 16th Annual Record & Landmark Holiday Basketball Classic will be held from December 27th through December 29th.
DeNeil Suarez, teacher at Union Grove Elementary School is recognized in this month's Teacher Feature.
Iredell-Statesville Schools was chosen as a recipient of a large federal grant, aimed at bringing blended learning initiatives to students.
Teachers and other employees throughout the district came together to share best practices.
South Iredell High School senior Kaitlyn Kent was surprised with the news that she is one of six national finalists.
SchoolDigger.com ranks Mt. Mourne and Northview best in North Carolina among middle schools.
Gracyn Millsaps, 4th grader at Celeste Henkel Elementary School was selected to participate in the 2012 All-State Honors Chorus.
The district's two middle years I.B. programs will be holding informational meetings for rising 6th graders and their parents.
Jennifer McLain, student at North Iredell Middle School joins with other Iredell-Statesville School students for a benefit performance.
Iredell County is experiencing a high number of positive rabies cases in animals this year.
Many students are taking part in activities to honor our veterans.
Emily Blumberg, teacher at Lakeshore Middle School is recognized in this month's Teacher Feature.
Hal Kwalwasser, author of "Renewal: Remaking America's Schools for the 21st Century" recently discussed on NPR the progress made in I-SS.
Last year's final data for Iredell-Statesville Schools and all 36 individual schools are now available.
Watch as we highlight Jamie Busque, teacher at Third Creek Elementary School.
These two schools had graduation rates that were tops among schools of similar size in North Carolina.
Superintendent Brady Johnson finished his visits of all 36 school campuses in 36 days.
Includes actions, recognitions, and discussion from the October 8, 2012 board meeting.
Iredell-Statesville Schools will host the 52nd Annual Oscar Price Golf Tournament on April 30, 2016.
Teachers from all grade levels will help you understand more about this controversial topic.
Whitney Denton, teacher at Statesville High School is recognized in this month's Teacher Feature.
Recognitions and actions taken at last night's board of education meeting are included.
With schools buses rolling throughout North Carolina, there are a few things students and parents should keep in mind.
Iredell-Statesville Schools shared its annual report during a recent breakfast honoring school partners and volunteers.
The board hosted their annual end-of-year review to wrap up the 2011-2012 school year.
The district's leaders recently completed a full week of data analysis, professional development, and planning.
The four-year graduation rate increased for the 9th straight year.
Parents associated with Statesville High School's GEAR UP program to make presentation in Washington, DC.
Students from Statesville High School's GEAR UP program were selected to be a part of a Youth Congress.
Discussion and highlights from the July 9 board of education meeting are now available.
The board of education approved a long-range facilities plan for the district.
Newest board of education member, Chuck Gallyon, was sworn in at Monday night's meeting.
For rising 4th and 5th graders only, district faith-based partner, Monticello UMC, is hosting a free summer-long day camp.
Teachers from each of district's schools wrap up a week of training and collaboration.
The school recently was awarded second place in the Bus Stop Safety "Making Tracks" video contest.
Superintendent Brady Johnson commends the accomplishments of this graduating class with the support from our community.
The West Iredell High School Army JROTC will be represented by their academic bowl team as they head to compete in the national competition in Washington D.C.
Registration is now extended for Iredell-Statesville Schools' summer enrichment camps.
The board named new principals for Cloverleaf, Lake Norman Elementary, Northview I.B., Statesville High, West Middle, and Woodland Heights.
The Visual and Performing Arts Center recently hosted their Spring 2012 dance recital.
Iredell-Statesville Schools honored 82 retiring staff members on May 31 at the West Iredell Ruritan Building.
Kindergarten students learn more about agriculture in Iredell County.
Statesville Middle School art teacher, Byron Jones, is named 2012-13 Iredell-Statesville Schools Teacher of the Year.
The annual flag ceremony at SHS paid tribute to the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.
Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. and his orchestra will take the stage with their smooth sounds this Sunday.
North Iredell High School students set to dazzle on stage in their performance of the hit musical "Fiddler on the Roof".
Teams from Iredell-Statesville Schools swept the first five spots at this year's Ford/AAA Auto Skills Competition.
Students of all ages gave back to their community in different areas of Iredell County.
Students talk online with Statesville native Dr. Tom Marshburn.
Iredell-Statesville Schools urges local farmers to help the school secure a science and math grant.
Christy Barker is the recipient of a Beta Club scholarship.
Students from the Visual and Performing Arts Center prepare to entertain; ticket sales support scholarship fund.
The $5,605 Toolbox for Education Grant provides funding for classroom projector mounts.
This month, the students at Mt. Mourne I.B. are discussing how the arts unify the world.
The authorization makes South Iredell High School the first International Baccalaureate World School Diploma Programme in the county.
Early release professional development days for the 2012-2013 school year have been finalized.
Learn more about the discussions and recognitions from the March 12 board meeting.
Check out the newest budget information, presented by Superintendent Brady Johnson
School will begin on Monday, August 27 and end on Friday, June 7.
Students at MMIB have the unique opportunity to enjoy this international, multicultural art exhibit.
Three students earned the privilege to have their artwork displayed at the state NCAE offices during February.
Thanks to private contributions, the North Carolina Governor's School will be able to operate this summer.
Students throughout the district helped celebrate bus driver appreciation month.
Several Iredell-Statesville Schools students advance to the state science fair.
All proceeds from the event will benefit athletic and academic programs at Lake Norman High School.
In light of recent bus fires, mechanics and transportation officials began voluntary inspections and repairs before DPI issued instructions for required maintenance.
Includes actions and discussion from the February 13 board meeting.
Iredell-Statesville Students increase participation and performance on Advanced Placement courses.
According to recent data published by the Department of Public Instruction, fewer Iredell-Statesville students are dropping out of school.
Amanda Arenella was named Iredell-Statesville Schools spelling bee champ for the third year in a row.
East Iredell Elementary School is opening its doors for students and parents interested in the Dual Immersion program.
The district has invited local elected officials to take part in a community discussion about the future of education.
Elementary students impressed the judges at the annual district elementary science fair.
Students in grades 6-8 received the opportunity to participate in a district science fair for the first time in several years.
DPI releases teacher evaluation data for districts and schools.
The Visual and Performing Arts Center invites all prospective 9th grade students interested in admission to the early college program to attend.
The Collaborative College for Technology and Leadership will hold their open house for prospective 9th graders for Fall 2012 admission.
Starting January 1, 2012 probationary drivers will follow a new system for obtaining their licenses.
The I-SS Community Classroom is offering parents, guardians, and other community members three free classes this week.
Vote online between now and November 18 to bring the Windstream SchoolsWIN award home to Shepherd.
Students from Lake Norman High School, North Iredell High School, Statesville High School and the Visual and Performing Arts Center recently received high honors at competitions.
School system employees shared their best practices with visitors from around the district and state.
Sponsored by Community Classroom, the district invited local leaders to come learn more about continuous improvement in Iredell-Statesville Schools.
Check out the discussion and decisions from the November 7 board of education meeting.
The school district joins four other districts in North Carolina who offer Parent Assistant, an online tool to help parents monitor their child's academic progress.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction recently released school performance data from the 2010-2011 school year.
Help support your school by purchasing a ticket for your chance to win the 2011 Toyota Scion xB.
Jared Fogle, Subway spokesperson, surprised fourth grader, D'Angelo Moreira, the grand prize winner of the Subway Fitness Contest.
Includes discussion and votes taken during the October 10 board of education meeting.
Educators from across Iredell-Statesville Schools receive valuable professional development.
Kindergarten students received a surprise visit when Aric Almirola came to read at Harmony Elementary School.
The Exceptional Children's Department welcomes parents to learn more about EC services, meet the EC staff, and more.
Lake Norman High School was one of 32 schools across North Carolina recognized by State Superintendent June Atkinson this week during a ceremony in Raleigh.
The U.S. Department of Education has invited students from East Iredell Elementary School to participate in a discussion on leadership with top education officials.
Mr. Davis Whitfield and Ms. Que Tucker from the North Carolina High School Athletics Association visited Statesville High School and West Iredell High School athletic facilities.
Prime Time students at Celeste Henkel Elementary School send a special message of thanks to West Iredell High School.
The fall semester of free workshops and resources for parents, grandparents, and other caregivers launches next week.
Superintendent Brady Johnson invites parents to join in the discussion on the 2011-12 budget and revisions to the district's strategic plan for 2012-2015.
Community Classroom and high school freshman academies present a series of parent workshops aimed at easing the transition into high school.
McCrumb discusses her new novel, The Ballad of Tom Dooley, and talks to students about how she finds inspiration for stories.
Based on data released by the College Board and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, I-SS student performance on the SAT ranks 9th best in North Carolina.
Check out the recognitions and discussions from the board's September 12 meeting.
Students in Iredell-Statesville Schools continue to improve their participation and performance on Advanced Placement exams.
Students at Celeste Henkel Elementary School welcome local heroes from the Iredell County Sheriff's Department, West Iredell Fire Department, and the Iredell County EMS to say 'thank you'.
Many of the district's schools participated in special remembrance activities in memory of the victims of the September 11 attacks.
ACT data were recently released, and district students continue to perform well.
Superintendent Brady Johnson shares how proceeds from the NC Education Lottery have benefited projects in I-SS.
Last year's attendance data show that I-SS students continue to come to school more consistently than students in most other school systems.
Fun Station will begin hosting specially discounted Elementary Night Out on the first Friday of each month.
Melissa Wike, CFO, was recently recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as one of the top government-based CFOs in the region.
The Dual Immersion Kindergarten Program at East Iredell Elementary School is still accepting applications for the 2011-12 school year.
Need help filling out your child's free and reduced meal application? Click to see a video and read FAQs on how to fill it out.
United Way of Iredell County, Iredell-Statesville Schools, WSOC-TV and the 9 Family Focus Partners are making sure all children have the school supplies they need for a successful year of learning.
The Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education met July 29, 2011 to consider recommendations from Superintendent Brady Johnson for three principalships.
The district's calendar waiver was approved and a calendar has been finalized for the 2011-2012 school year.
Teachers from each of the district's schools wrap up a week of training and collaboration.
Recent changes to the state's public school calendar law will affect the 2011-2012 school year.
Parents are asked to download and print student forms. Forms are available for download here.
Jonathan Ribbeck is named 2011 Wachovia Principal of the Year for Iredell-Statesville Schools.
Elementary schools plan dates for introducing upcoming kindergartners to school.
The Statesville Branch NAACP will host a back to school/stay in school rally on Saturday, August 20 on the campus of Statesville High School.