Four Dillard Drive Middle eighth graders have been chosen to participate in the Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery. Continue Reading . . .
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East Cary Middle will host a Water Quality Issues Expert Panel Night on October 8 in the school’s auditorium. Continue Reading . . .
Wake Young Women’s Leadership Academy will host a group of 14 students from Mexico visiting Raleigh as part of the Youth in Action program, a joint partnership between the U.S. State Department and the Department of Education in Mexico. Continue Reading . . .
High Croft Drive Elementary students will present The Wizard of Oz in the school gym on Wednesday, June 19 at 6 p.m. for parents and families. The student performers have taken part in the school’s Reader’s Theater Literacy Special. They are fourth- and fifth-graders.
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Laurel Park Elementary had a special day devoted to wellness on May 28. During the day, students heard from guest speakers who talked about eating healthy, being active and taking care of their bodies. Students heard a talk and took part in an activity station with each speaker. Continue Reading . . .
Holly Springs High Health Sciences teacher Ronald Davis and his HOSA students will be attending the National HOSA competition in Nashville, TN, at the end of June. Continue Reading . . .
Dillard Drive Middle teacher Joann Blumenfeld will work on a project in partnership with the Interfaith Food Shuttle’s Farm. Continue Reading . . .
Walnut Creek Elementary hosted its first International Night on May 15 Continue Reading . . .
Briarcliff Elementary School kicked off a ‘Summer Reading Adventures’ event at the school Tuesday evening promoting summer reading to students and their parents. Briarcliff students learned about fun reading activities such as the summer book challenge and rewards, free books to read at home and plenty of outdoor activities to support and highlight the fun of reading. Who knew jumping rope, chalk on the sidewalk and finger writing in beach sand can be fun summertime activities to promote reading.
“We see so often 1st and 2nd graders at a critical level in reading, when they return from summer break we notice there has been some regression. This event helps parents to help their children to read during the summer months to ensure so much is not lost and parents are excited about the idea,” said Mary Bartley, a Briarcliff reading Intervention Teacher. Continue Reading . . .
Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School will host Riskfest on April 24, an experience provided by the USDA Risk Management Agency to help students learn about managing risks. Continue Reading . . .