Success in today’s global economy may require a two-or four-year degree, a certificate or diploma. Through Career & College Promise (CCP), qualified high-school-age students in North Carolina have the opportunity to pursue these options, tuition free, while they are...
Apprenticeship Catawba Selected for Governor’s NCWorks Award of Distinction – Outstanding Innovative Partnership
The presentation took place at a banquet at the Greensboro Sheraton Four Seasons Hotel, as part of the 2016 NCWorks Partnership Conference. Apprenticeship Catawba was launched in 2013 as a partnership between local advanced manufacturers, Catawba and Alexander County...
The K-64 Board has selected Mark Story to serve as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective September 1, 2017.
As K-64 moves forward with one-to-world technology for our students, it is important that we take a researched approach to planning and implementation. While devising a sustainability plan for devices, platforms, and connectivity are critical, it is most...
The K- 64 Education Board met June 29, 2017, and voted to initiate implementation of a short-term professional development plan for teachers in Catawba County Schools, Hickory Public
Schools and Newton-Conover City Schools this summer.
The K- 64 Education Board held its inaugural meeting Tuesday, May 30 at 6:00 p.m. at Catawba Valley Community College (CVCC).
The Catawba County Board of Commissioners appointed 11 individuals to serve on the K-64 governing board, which was established to provide practical, executive leadership to the K-64 education initiative.
A signing ceremony formalizing the K-64 partnership agreement among the educational initiative’s seven founding organizations took place during the March 22 Future of Catawba County Summit hosted by the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce.