Wake schools’ focus on transporting students from home to school as efficiently as possible could limit the options for students who ride the school system’s buses to after-school care, especially the Boys and Girls Clubs of Wake County.
The Wake County school system has been steadily reducing the number of multi-track year-round schools. Some say the reduction has endangered the multi-track program while others say there still not enough traditional-calendar seats.
Ashley Christensen has spent the past 18 months or so preparing to open her latest eating establishments – Death & Taxes, event space Bridge Club and commissary kitchen Aux – in downtown Raleigh. Now she’s already thinking ahead to her next venture: a Neapolitan-style, wood-fired pizza joint she plans to call PooleSide Pie.
The Wake County school system plans to add more than 40 additional schools during the coming school year to a program allowing students to bring their laptop computers, tablets and smartphones for use in class.