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Cheryl Lutz, Kings Mountain Middle School Teacher of the Month.
lis busy at her computer in the 8th grade computer competency lab.
Computers big challenge
for students and teachers
The new computer program for students and teachers at Kings Mountain
Middle School is creating new challenges for Cheryl Lutz, director of the
new 8th grade computer competency program.
Lutz, Kings Mountain Middle School Teacher of the Month for January,
loves her job. The big computer lab at the middle school is always a busy
place for both students and teachers.
"It is always a significant happening when you work with a child trying
to’ get him to understand a concept and finally the light bulb comes on,"
says Lutz, who says the rewards for a teacher never grows old.
"Working with 8th grade computer competency this year has given me a
new challenge and there never seems to be enough time to get everything
taught," said Lutz.
"Challenges makes you discover things about yourself that you never re-
ally knew. They're what makes you go beyond the norm."
Lutz, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. D. H. Lutz of Bessemer City, came
:to the KM District Schools from Webb School in Murfreesboro, Tn. She
holds a B.S. degree from Gardner-Webb University and a M.S. degree in
Physical Education and Health from Middle Tennessee State University. At
KMMS she teaches classes in PE and Health but her major focus is the
new 8th grade computer competency class which began this school year.
Lutz was chosen Teacher of the Month by her peers. She received a spe-
cial parking space and a drawing by local artist Shirley Brutko.
: FHA HOLIDAY PROJECT - Kings Mountain High School FHA
students baked and iced holiday cookies after school for participants
at the Kings Mountain Senior Center. From left, Mychuwan Logan
and Elizabeth Bentley.
= FHA student Mychuwan Logan, standing, serves cookies to two of
= the participants in the Aging Program at the Kings Mountain Senior
Thursday, January 18, 1996 - THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD - Page 3B
Free business seminar at Cleveland Community College
Cleveland Community College's cializes in low-cost marketing basic parts of a marketing plan, 10 sources from books to computer
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Presenter will be Mike Collins,
president of Business Research
Communications. Collins is one of
the most frequently featured semi-
nar presenters for the North
Carolina Department of
Community Colleges Small
Business Center Network and spe-
earn BA degrees
Two Grover students received
degrees from North Carolina
Central University in commence-
ment exercises recently.
Latayna Feemster, 1536
Longbranch Road, and Traci
Morrow, 2238 Brookfield Drive,
earned their BA degrees.
107 West King Street
Kings Mountain, NC
Three local students
on ECU honors lists
Three Kings Mountain students
earned academic honors at East
Carolina University during the fall
Kenneth Ryan Bunch, son of
Dianne S. and Philip S. Bunch of
320 Somerset Dr., was listed on the
Dean's List, earning a B-plus aver-
age with no grade below C.
Jaime Lynn Mullinax, whose
parents are Sandra and Raymond
Mullinax of 1246 Phifer Rd., and
Carrie April Thornburg, daughter
or Debra G. and Miles E.
Lineberger of 300 Goforth Rd., are
honor roll students with B average
and no grade below C.
at G-W January 20
The Cleveland County
Astronomical Society and Gardner-
Webb University's Williams
Observatory are sponsoring the
fourth annual regional meeting of
amateur astronomers January 20
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Kathleen
Dover Theatre at Gardner-Webb
University in Boiling Springs.
The meeting will host the 1996
convention of the Southeast
Region of the Astronomical
Astronomy enthusiasts will dis-
play their equipment, show off
their photographs of the heavens,
attend talks on a number of astro-
nomical topics and demonstrate so-
lar observations, weather permit-
ting, and numerous telescopes and
how to use them.
The event is free and open to the
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