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Education: Bill Fletcher January Newsletter

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The first public joint meeting between the county commission and school board will occur on Monday, January 26, 2015. While the agenda has not been finalized, expect discussion on collaboration and coordination of school and county services for greater effectiveness.…

Tech Tank Top 10 for 2014

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Ian Henshaw, Managing Partner at Technology Tank, shares ten Tech Tank articles that were the most popular, and the most helpful, of 2014.…

American Legion Scholarship Up for Grabs

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High school students from across the nation, and from across North Carolina, are invited to take part in The American Legion's 78th National High School Oratorical Contest--a program that provides scholarships to three winning high school students.…

CORRAL Riding Academy – At Risk Girls & Rescue Horses

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CORRAL Riding Academy will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 to show the public their newly renovated headquarters and to present information about their unique programs for at-risk teen girls.…

Morrisville Rotary Club Receives Grant for Schools

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A 2014 District Grant has been awarded to the Rotary Club of Morrisville to help students and teachers at Morrisville and Cedar Fork Elementary Schools.…

Pictures from Truck Day

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Bright Horizons hosted their annual Triangle Truck Day on November 15, 2014 to raise money for the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children. The interactive day provided "truckloads" of fun for families and taught children the importance of helping others.…

Truck Day at Bright Horizons

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This Saturday, November 15, 2014, Bright Horizons at Harrison Park will host a Triangle Truck Day, with all proceeds benefiting the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children.…

Education: Bill Fletcher November Newsletter

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Several municipalities have passed resolutions or begun lobbying campaigns to increase school construction in their areas. There is broad agreement that 40 additional schools are needed but only 16 have been funded.…

Black Falcons Fly Drone Over Green Hope Football Game

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The Black Falcons, a Green Hope High School cyber-security club, arranged to fly a video-drone over the homecoming football game. Media firestorm ensues.…

Cary High – Upcoming Theater & Performance Events

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Cary High Performing Arts Department is gearing up to for a busy schedule of public performances this fall. Catch a show featuring Cary's brightest rising stars.…

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