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Cedar Grove Middle School

Brunswick Co. superintendent upholds school decision to keep book

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videoThe challenge over another controversial book in Brunswick County Schools is over for now. Full story...
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Woman continues fighting to ban book in Brunswick County

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videoCedar Grove Middle School's Media Committee decided to keep "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" on school shelves, but one community member says she's going to continue fighting. The award winning book has been described as an accurate depiction of bullying and racism, but Frances Wood says it has no redemptive qualities to it. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. woman appeals school's decision to keep book

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videoA Brunswick County woman has appealed a school's decision to keep a novel she objects to in the school's curriculum. Full story...
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Brunswick County school decides against banning book

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videoMonths after district leaders decided to keep "The Color Purple" in the county's curriculum, a Brunswick County school has decided to keep another book. Full story...
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Former NFL star brings 'Freeze and Think' campaign to area schools

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NC native and NFL star Levar Fisher stops by WWAY before visiting area schools to promote good decisions and following your dreams.video Full story...
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Student under investigation for having knife on school bus

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A Brunswick County Schools student is under investigation after the child reportedly had a knife on a school bus. Full story...
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TEACHER OF THE WEEK: Robin Evans

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videoWe can all agree that teachers have a huge impact in our lives. That's why we've teamed up with some area sponsors to present a check each week to an excellent teacher in our community. This week's winner takes us to Cedar Grove Middle School. Full story...
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Students can get a tour of Cedar Grove Middle School

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Brunswick County students return to class two weeks from Tuesday. Some may be stepping foot in brand new schools for the first time. Full story...
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