Raleigh Digital Connectors, Raleigh Police Department bomb squad and the staff of Wade Edwards Learning Lab recently celebrated Lights On Afterschool. The annual event is a nationwide celebration of quality after-school programming. Raleigh’s event included hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations in the four STEM education areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Mayor Nancy McFarlane proclaimed Oct. 23 as Lights On Afterschool Day.
Raleigh Digital Connectors, Raleigh Police Department bomb squad and the staff of Wade Edwards Learning Lab recently celebrated Lights On Afterschool. The annual event is a nationwide celebration of quality after-school programming. Raleigh’s event included hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations in the four STEM education areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Mayor Nancy McFarlane proclaimed Oct. 23 as Lights On Afterschool Day. CITY OF RALEIGH
Raleigh Digital Connectors, Raleigh Police Department bomb squad and the staff of Wade Edwards Learning Lab recently celebrated Lights On Afterschool. The annual event is a nationwide celebration of quality after-school programming. Raleigh’s event included hands-on activities and interactive demonstrations in the four STEM education areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Mayor Nancy McFarlane proclaimed Oct. 23 as Lights On Afterschool Day. CITY OF RALEIGH

Community Notes, Nov. 2

October 31, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 29, 2014 04:12 PM

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