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  • All the Carolina Panthers gear was a great sight to see at PWMS last week!  We raised over $900 from our fundraiser! Great Job!  Proceeds go to the Keep Pounding Fund and the Union County Community Shelter. Thank you for all of your donations!

     

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  • Our book fair is here!  We are open daily from 8:00am to 3:00pm.  Please stop by to browse for some great books.  If you can't come to the school to shop, you can always shop online http://goo.gl/20s9FN.  

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    Due to the inclement weather today and most recent forecast for the weekend, Middle School Baseball Try-outs are being postponed until next week. Try-outs will be re-scheduled to Tuesday, Feb.16 @5:00pm for all interested 8th graders and Wednesday, Feb.17 @5:00pm for all interested 7th & 6th graders. Please make sure all required forms, including physicals, are turned in before player can try out.

    Players & parents are to report to the Parkwood Middle School Field by 5:30pm to register and submit all required forms. Try-outs will begin at approximately 6:00pm. Players should bring equipment, including gloves & cleats, and wear appropriate baseball attire. Catchers should bring equipment & glove. Players should also bring water.

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  • Girls on the run registration is still open.  If interested please visit www.girlsontherununion.org  Girls on the run flyer

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  • Help your student preserve awesome middle school memories by purchasing a yearbook! Follow this link 

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  • Parkwood Keeps Pounding

    Students and Staff at Parkwood Middle School are getting ready to celebrate the big game this Sunday! Our cafeteria features an incredible mural created by Ms. Howie’s art students of Carolina Panther, Thomas Davis. In addition to showing our Panthers Pride, Parkwood Middle School saw this as a great opportunity to give back to the community.

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  • The Great Wall of Parkwood

    One of the greatest constructions created by man is the famous, "Great Wall of China". In Ms. Howie's art class, students explored the artwork evident within the structure and its connection to Chinese culture.

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  • The Butterfly Project

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Intelligence plus character--that is the goal of true education. The complete education gives one not only power of concentration, but worthy objectives upon which to concentrate.” [ Maroon Tiger (January-February 1947)] At Parkwood Middle School our AIG department has fully embraced that challenge. As a part of a unit on Holocaust literature, our students took a trip to the Levine Jewish Community Center in Charlotte to take part in The Butterfly Project. This is a worldwide effort to remember the 1.5 million children who died as a result of the Holocaust.

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