McDowell County

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McDowell County
McDowell County is listed in the Animal Shelters & Humane Societies category in Marion, North Carolina. Displayed below are the social networks for McDowell County which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of McDowell County on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

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3751 Nc 226 S
Marion, NC 28752
(828) 652-6643

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McDowell County has an overall ZapScore of 85. This means that McDowell County has a higher ZapScore than 85% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Marion, North Carolina is 35 and in the category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Congrats to @ninjabookmama from @wmespanthers for winning a Lowe's Toolbox for Education Grant. @LowesMedia twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


2nd grade Ss participated in Y-Splash to learn essential water safety skills. Thanks @ymcawnc #McDowellInspires twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Coach Brian Franklin, head basketball coach at McDowell High School will hold a Titan Basketball camp June 26-29 from 9-12 daily. Camp is open to any boy or girl ages 5-13. Cost of the camp is $40. Each camper will receive a Titan basketball t-shirt and plaques will be given to champions of three competitions for each age division. Registration begins at 8 am on the first day of camp, June 26. Hope to see all the future Titans and Lady Titans there!


MHS Titan Basketball Camp. June 26-29 from 9-12 daily. Camp is open to any boy or girl ages 5-13. Cost is $40.

Superintendent Announces Four New Principals Retirements at two schools resulted in the shuffling of four school administrators for the coming school year. Joyce Poplin at Nebo and Charles Gaffigan at East Middle announced their retirements earlier in the spring. Ms. Poplin is retiring after 40 years of service at Nebo Elementary. She started her teaching career at Nebo in August 1976 and was named principal at the school in July 2002. Mr. Gaffigan began his teaching career at McDowell High in May 1988. He was named principal at Old Fort in July 2004, and was reassigned as principal at East Middle (then East Junior High) in July 2010. Both retirements are effective on 30 June. Mr. Garrett shared “We are very thankful to both Joyce and Charles for their many years of distinguished service to the students of McDowell County Schools, and we wish them nothing but the best as they embark on this next chapter of their lives.” Replacing Mr. Gaffigan at East Middle will be MHS assistant principal Jennifer Croymans. Ms. Croymans began her career as a teacher of Exception Children in August 2007. She served in that role for six years and was named assistant principal at McDowell High in July 2013. She has served specifically as the Titan Academy (for Freshmen) administrator since July 2015. Nebo’s next leader will be current North Cove principal Desarae Kirkpatrick. Ms. Kirkpatrick began her career as a NC Pre-K teacher at Glenwood Elementary in August 2002. She left the county in 2003 to teach 3rd Grade in Madison County, and then returned to MCS as an assistant principal at MHS in July 2006. Kirkpatrick was named principal at North Cove in 2008, and was reassigned to West Marion in August 2012. She returned to the helm at North Cove in 2015. Current Marion Elementary principal Rod Slagle will be the next principal at North Cove. Mr. Slagle began his career as a teacher at East Junior High in 1992. He was elevated to assistant principal in 2005 and later served in the same role in Burke County. Mr. Slagle relocated to Mitchell County in 2009 to serves as principal at Bowman Middle School and later at Harris Middle. He returned to McDowell County as principal at Marion in 2013. MHS assistant principal Ashley McCartha will be the next principal at Marion. She began her career as a science teacher at MHS in 2006. She served in that role until being selected as a NC Principal Fellows in 2010. She completed the fellowship program in 2012 and then served as assistant principal at both East and West Junior High. She was reassigned to her current role at McDowell High in 2014. “We are very confident in all of our new principals, and I have high hopes for next year and many years to come” stated Garrett. The new principal assignments will be effective on 1 July.

Hello, this is Alex Smith, Head Baseball Coach at McDowell High School. I would like to invite all rising 3rd through 9th grade baseball players to our annual summer baseball camp. Our instructional sessions will begin next Monday June the 19th through Thursday June 22nd from 9 AM to 12 PM. The cost is $40 per player. You may register at McDowell High School Titan Field Monday from 8:30 to 9 AM. Please bring any baseball equipment that you feel you will need. We will have coolers of water for everyone who is participating. We look forward to seeing you on the field.

Mike Brown Ford-Subaru of Spruce Pine announces: The Michael and Janet Brown Appalachian State Walker College of Business Scholarship Winners for 2017/2018 June 7th, 2017 Spruce Pine, NC We are excited to announce that Avery Wilkerson and Isaiah Daniels, both graduating seniors at McDowell High School are recipients of The Michael and Janet Brown Appalachian State Walker College of Business Scholarship. We wish both Avery and Isaiah the best and know they will excel and enjoy their college experience at Appalachian State. Pertaining to our scholarship, a qualified student shall be awarded $5,000 to be paid over two years: $2,500 in the freshman year and $2,500 in the sophomore year. Scholarship minimum requirements must be met in order to have the scholarship renewed for the sophomore year; minimum GPA for renewal is 3.0. There will be two scholarships awarded each year through 2021. This commitment is a continuation of our efforts to help students in achieving their long term goals. The Michael and Janet Brown Appalachian State Walker College Business Scholarship is now in it’s 6th year of fulfilment. Since 2014, Mike Brown Ford-Subaru and Mike and Janet Brown have also supported other local education efforts by providing the “Mike Brown Ford-Subaru Ride with Us Award” to the County Teacher of the Year for one the counties within our area of responsibility: Avery, McDowell, Mitchell or Yancey county, and have provided numerous scholarships to graduating seniors from these 4 counties counties; as well as supporting the Presidents Advisory Council of High Point University. Janet Brown and Zach Brown are both graduates of Appalachian State University. “Education was a major priority in my house growing up, and Mike and I have strived to put the same emphasis on education in raising our own children,” says Janet. “Janet and I are excited to be able to help these scholarship winners seek out and find their dreams. Investing in our youth is a very wise decision,” said Mike Brown. “We wish all recipients the very best.” For any additional information, contact: Jenna brown at: jennabrown@mikebrownford-subaru.com

We have recently been made aware of conversations making the rounds on social media regarding a "senior prank" at McDowell High School and want to set the record straight. While some students have approached school officials about hosting a "Senior Celebration" as a fun way to celebrate the end of their time at MHS, there are no plans for a "senior prank". Anyone attempting to conduct a "senior prank" will face severe repercussions from the school and possibly law enforcement. We want seniors focused on successfully completing their high school careers, celebrating their accomplishments, and looking forward to the next steps in their individual journeys. Should you have questions or concerns about this or any other item, please contact McDowell High School directly and ask to speak with an administrator.