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    PRINCIPALS UPDATE 9.18

    Everyone should have received an email through Naviance with this information ealier today.  That will be our primary communication from the school moving forward.

    InterimsWent home today for all HS classes.  Please speak with your child about their grades.  SMART Lunch is available as well as after school tutoring.  Three weeks until the end of the quarter.

    Workday Thursday  - No high school classes.  College Students are expected to attend NCSU classes or notify the professor and copy me on the emails, but know the attendance policy for the class on the syllabus.  WCPSS will have NO Transportation that day.

    ProjectsAsk your student about the real life projects they are working on in class.

     

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    Parents, please help our Parent, Teacher, Student Association with lunch on Friday, September 29. More information.


     

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    The PSAT/NMSQT (not required) will be administered at our school on Wednesday, October 11, 2017.  Students who would like to take the PSAT/NMSQT can register and pay $16 to Mr. Haymore through September 22.  Checks must be payed to "Wake STEM Early College High School" with PSAT in the memo.


     

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  • Parents, follow these instructions to sign up for text and email alerts and messages from School Messenger.


     

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  • This week's PTSA newsletter.


     

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  •  The Wake STEM Early College High School is a small public school of choice; a joint project between the Wake County Public School System, NC State University, and NC New Schools.  STEM is the theme of our school’s program in addition to our identity as an early college.  Early college means students take college courses at NCSU as well as the courses required to earn a high school diploma over a five year period.  Exploration of the Grand Challenges for Engineering is a common instructional focus that extends through various courses in our program.  Because engineering involves so many areas of math and science it is a great scaffold on which to build a STEM education.

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