Megan Walter was surprised by students and staff at Wakefield High School in Raleigh Wednesday after being named Wake County’s 2017 School Counselor of the Year. “She’s not just a hero at Wakefield, but she’s a hero in the Wake County Public School System,” Crystal Reardon, Wake’s director of counseling, said.
Judy O'Connor moved from Florida to California to help her son, Marty, attend classes and take notes while he worked towards his Master of Business Administration at Chapman University. On graduation day, Marty coordinated a surprise to thank his mom.
Students from Enloe High School in Raleigh have created the CPRonDemand app that coaches people on how to perform CPR when they see someone going into cardiac arrest. Go to: http://lenovoscholars.com/2017-fan-favorite/ to vote for CPRonDemand in the Lenovo Scholar Network National Mobile App Development Competition.
In North Carolina public schools, low-income children who score at the top level on end-of-grade math tests aren't getting an equal chance at gifted classes, a News & Observer/Charlotte Observer investigation reveals. In this video, we explain how that affects the students' future.