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FMS principal is moving to central office

Some parents of Franklinton Middle School students were caught by surprise recently when the school's principal, Trenton Brown, resigned.
To fill the immediate void, a long-time Franklin County educator, James Harris, has been named by the district's administration to fill the vacancy through the end of the school year.
Harris most recently served as principal of the Early College High School prior to his retirement in June of 2016.


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Sign-up dates for science camps near

Dates for registering children for GlaxoSmithKline's Science in the Summer are rapidly approaching!
Science in the Summer in North Carolina is a fun and free science education initiative that is designed to help elementary and middle school children "grow into science."
Through classes held at public libraries and community-based centers in 10 North Carolina counties and taught by certified teachers, this program gets kids excited about studying science with hands-on experiments.


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Local man earns BLET, passes state certification
Local man earns BLET, passes state certification

Daniel S. Ayscue graduated from Cape Fear Community College's 99th Basic Law Enforcement Training Program (BLET) on Feb. 6. He passed the state certification exam and will be employed with the New Hanover County Sheriff's Office.
As class president, Daniel spoke to the 21 other classmates and congratulated them for successfully completing the 667-hour training program. He was also awarded the captain Ralph W. Roper BLET Leadership Award and received a silver engraved plate.


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