Wednesday, July 29, 2009

A1 and Steak - Made to be Together

Alright guys! Local guy wrote a song for an A1 contest! Support him - this is brilliant!!!!!

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Wake County Schools - Early Departure EVERY Wednesday!

Beginning this 2009-2010 school year, all Wake County Schools will have Early Departure EVERY Wednesday. Early Departure is not to be confused with the already scheduled Early Release days that are built into the school calendar.

Early Departure (ED) was created to provide the teachers with additional time to colloborate and discuss ways to improve individual student performance. ALL Wake County students will be released one (1) hour early on Early Departure Wednesdays.

Early Release (ER)is dedicated to providing teachers with time for PLC (Professional Learning Community). ALL Wake County students will be released 2.5 hours early on Early Release Wednesdays.

For a copy of the ER and ED days please click here.

A special note to all of my blog subscribers that have kids in the YEAR ROUND schedule - SCHOOL STARTS TOMORROW!

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Leesa L. Finley, Broker, Realtor®Circa Properties Leesa Finley Wake Forest Homes
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