Sterling Elementary School Principal Dr. Emily Miles comes on Good Day Charlotte to talk about the what it means to win CMS Principal of the Year and the impact it will have going forward.
CMS is making major changes to its security measures as students head back to class.
Jonathan Vogel with Vogel Law Firm breaks down why the CMS board refuses to release for the resignation of CMS superintendent Dr. Clayton Wilcox.
Ms. Tuttle from Levine Middle College High visits Good Day Charlotte after being named CMS teacher of the year.
CMS teacher of the year candidate Alicianna Smith,a 2nd grade teacher at Stoney Creek Elementary school, stops by Good Day Charlotte.
Good Day Anchors, Page Fehling and Jason Harper, talk with Community House Miiddle School math teacher, Mr. Tyler Erb, who is one of the candidates for CMS Teacher of the Year.
Ms. Kimberly Tuttle, eleventh grade honors English teacher from Levine Middle College High, test our knowledge on our studies.
Cherelle Phelps, 10th grade English teacher at West Charlotte high school, talks about being nominated for CMS teacher of the year.
Precious Kotte from Metro School talks about being nominated for teacher of the year.
Amy Sullivan, talent acquisition manager of CMS, talks about an upcoming CMS job fair.
Good Day Anchors, Page Fehling and Ann Wyatt Little, talk with CMS students, Kirklin Hopkins and Kellen Stadler, about a video they created warning against texting while driving.
Good Day Charlotte's Jason Harper and Ann Wyatt Little get quizzed by CMS Teacher of the Year finalist Sarah Patterson, 5th grade math and science teacher at Cornelius elementary.
Good Day Charlotte's Jason Harper and Page Fehling gets schooled by Ms. Davis, language arts teacher from West Charlotte high school.
Good Day Anchors, Page Fehling and Jason Harper, talk with CMS Teacher of the Year candidate, April Johnson, who teaches art at Tuckaseegee Elementary.
Good Day Anchors, Page Fehling and Jason Harper, talk with Garinger High School English teacher, Greg Asciutto, who is one of our candidates for CMS teacher of the year.
CMS says it isn't pulling any buses off the road, even though two of them have gone up in flames in the last month, unless their investigation gives them cause to do so.
Cell phone video taken by a student on Charlotte-Mecklenburg School bus number 418 shows a bus so over-crowded, kids are forced to sit on the floor, in the aisle and behind seats.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School system acknowledged that there is an issue with some school buses on Wednesday after two have caught on fire within the last month.
CMS leaders will be meeting tomorrow to discuss recent issues with school buses, including another fire on a CMS bus Tuesday afternoon.
On Tuesday, voters approved a much-needed bond that will bring more money to Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools.