Mary McCatty, an educational liaison with New York-based Dancing Classrooms, taught ballroom, swing and line dancing lessons to students at Powell Elementary School in Raleigh, N.C., Friday, Sept. 25, 2015.
Dancing at Powell Elementary
Becoming a Wake County school bus driver
Learning Lessons From Teen Diversion Program
Program Keeps Wake County Teens Out Of Court
See what remains as fire guts a Wake County school bus
Unlocking the voices of Wake County high school students
Wake Public Schools taking over diploma program
Wake County mom worried about school budget cuts
Wake principals train to prevent more racial incidents in schools
Wake County school spending questioned
A special tradition for graduates at Broughton High School
Class of 2017 - If I Knew Then What I Know Now
After 5 principals in 6 years, a call for stability at Southeast Raleigh High
Following commencement exercises each year the seniors at Broughton High School in Raleigh, NC are allowed to enter the historic school's bell tower for the first time to sign their name. Senior Sumaiyah Choudry explains what makes the event so special.
Graduating seniors from Wake County schools Class of 2017 go back to elementary school to talk with first, third, and fifth graders. Hear what questions the youngest students have and the sage advice of the graduates.
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.