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Jannette Pippin Daily News Staff jannette_pippin Meadow View Elementary School students showed off artwork Wednesday to illustrate a math lesson on area and unit.On any given day you may also find students acting out the story line of a book they are reading, singing to promote positivity or dancing to form shapes and letters.Meadow View has been one of North Carolina’s A+ Schools since 2012 and incorporates the arts into every subject and every aspect of the student’s learning.Visual arts...
Jannette Pippin Daily News Staff jannette_pippin CAPE CARTERET | Town officials in Cape Carteret are seeking guidance from the state Board of Elections on a petition seeking a referendum on whether or not the town should change its form of government.The Board of Commissioners voted unanimously at a special meeting this week to ask the State Board of Elections to provide its opinion on how the town should proceed with the petition from town citizens submitted earlier this month.The board...
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