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.
Enabling the common man to save a life
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Wake County's School Counselor of the Year: 'I love what I do'
Confronting race and stereotypes in Wake schools
Ministers call for end to Sunday morning graduations
Wake school board reacts to county's funding recommendation
Mother of racial bullying victim pleads for change in schools
Broughton High School honors Betsy Graves, Wake County Teacher of the Year
Wake Teacher of the Year a product of Wake County Schools
Sanderson steppers show video support of Apex Friendship step team after Snapchat racial remark
Wake County Schools replacing textbooks with free online materials
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.
Video: The Broughton High School student body surprises dance teacher Betsy Graves with a pep rally in Holliday Gym after she was awarded the 2017-18 Wake County Teacher of the Year on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 in Raleigh, N.C.
The Alpha Omega Steppers at Sanderson High School in Raleigh produced a video to show support for the step team at Apex Friendship High after a “highly offensive racial remark” was posted on the social media platform Snapchat.
VIDEO: Brian Kingsley, Wake County's assistant superintendent for academics, explains why the district will be using free online materials for math and language arts classes instead of traditional textbooks.
VIDEO: Wake County school board Chairwoman Monika Johnson-Hostler says the state compromise on lower K-3 class sizes will help the district this year but they'll have a challenge finding spaces to meet the new limits in 2018.
Courtney Massengill, a fifth-grade teacher at Green Elementary School in Raleigh, received a surprise visit Friday announcing she's among the four winners of the Wake County school system's Diane Kent-Parker First Year Teacher Award.
Hundreds rallied at Halifax Mall in Raleigh urging the NC Senate to pass House Bill 13 Wednesday, April 19, 2017. School districts around the state say arts and PE programs are at risk because they lost their flexibility to fund them when state legislators lowered class sizes for kindergarten through third grade. School officials say HB13 would allow them to save arts and PE classes.