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  • ROTC Participates in iFly Indoor Skydiving

    HQ AFJROTC recently offered grant money for JROTC units to take a STEM field trip, and Piedmont JROTC dove in, literally.  They organized a field trip to iFly, the indoor skydiving facility in Concord.  At iFly, cadets got a STEM lesson in which they learned to calculate their own anticipated terminal velocity, the maximum speed obtainable by an object as it falls through the air, and then got to fly in the wind tunnel and compare their results.  Most cadets reached terminal velocity and "floated" in the wind tunnel with the wind about 120 mph.  Carter Oglesby said he was surprised by all the math behind the experience and once in the wind tunnel, he had trouble keeping his mouth shut because he was yelling with joy.  

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  • Hunter Safety Team Competes in State Youth Hunter Education Tournament

    The 44th Annual State Youth Hunter Education Tournament was held on Saturday, April 30 in Elbe, North Carolina. Congratulations to our Hunter Safety Team, who placed 3rd in the Hunter Skills competition and received the Sportsmanship Award. Josh Goodman placed 3rd individually in the Hunter Skills competition and was 1st place Overall Individual. Congratulations also to Sallie Parker, who placed 1st in the Hunter Skills event.

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  • Abigail Gracen Receives Scholarship to Attend Marine Ecology Camp

    Piedmont 9th grader, Abigail Gracen, has been awarded a full scholarship to attend a Marine Lab STEM Camp in Key Largo, Florida this summer. The week-long camp focuses on marine ecology, which involves the study of living things in the ocean and how they interact with the environment. High school students snorkel coral reef sites, a mangrove forest, and through seagrass. The scholarship was awarded based on high academic achievement and teacher recommendations and is sponsored by the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind, the Rochester Institute of Technology, and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf. We are so proud of you, Abigail! 

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  • JROTC Presents Colors at Charlotte Club Football Game

    For the first time since 2016, JROTC cadets from Piedmont High School returned to Bank of America Stadium on Sunday, April 10 to present the colors.  There have been many changes since 2016.  In 2016, they presented at a Panthers football game, and this past Sunday, they presented at a Charlotte Football Club game and had an 8th grader on the team.  In addition, gone away are the "Chrome Dome" helmets, instead replaced by the same Wheel Caps worn by active-duty Air Force Color Guard teams.  One thing that hasn't changed, however, is the professionalism and attention to detail exhibited by the cadets.  Cadets that performed were Michael Austin, Caleb Moss, Aiden Pilotto, Karolyne Gordon, Madison Cruz, and Barbra Funderburk.  

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  • Peachjar Digital Flyers

    We have launched a new electronic flyer communication tool called Peachjar. To view school-approved digital flyers, simply click the Peachjar button on our website.

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