The new effort, Families and Schools Together (FAST) Initiative, is being led by the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS), WakeEd Partnership, the YMCA of the Triangle, Marbles Kids Museum, Boys & Girls Clubs Serving Wake County and the City of Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department.
Coach Bob Pittard Scholar Erin McIndoe shares her experience as a student athlete, her passion for community service, and her advice for the Class of 2020.
In Wake County, 25% of public high school graduates will attend Wake Tech within the first year after their graduation.
Zebulon Magnet Middle School Teachers use WakeEd Partnership SummerSTEM for a Greenhouse PBL Foundation
Last summer, eighth grade science teachers Esta Lamkin and Morgan Collins teamed up to enrich their classroom lessons through WakeEd Partnership’s SummerSTEM program.
As I reflect on the 2019-2020 school year, despite its challenges, it was a year of new beginnings and growth. Seemingly overnight, I had to adapt to a new normal, one that did not involve interacting with my students, coworkers, and administrators on a daily basis.
We have a saying at York Elementary School on the first day of school: “Get ‘em in. Get ‘em fed. Get ‘em home safely.” Since we transitioned to virtual learning, my mantra has changed. “Get ‘em in. Get ‘em hooked. Keep ‘em excited.”