You don’t want to be poor in Raleigh
It is always reassuring when national publications, such as Money Magazine, confirm our prejudices by naming Triangle communities as great places to live.
Take the Pledge: Safe Learning Environments for Every Student
Schools should be havens, but we are being flooded with reports of hateful words, actions, and images directed at students. Take the pledge as an ally to educators to speak up, and learn how you can ensure a safe, welcoming learning environment for every student.
We All Get By With a Little Help From Our Friends—2 Benefits of Strong Social Networks
It’s back to school time! But what does that mean? For you it might mean a bit more quiet time at home. For your kids it might mean a new school, new classroom, new teacher, and maybe even a new Wonder Woman backpack. But as we get ourselves and our kids ready for a new year, we also want to remembe
Teens ride free on buses in Wake, Durham and Orange
GoTriangle, GoRaleigh, GoCary and GoDurham have begun issuing the Youth GoPass to teens age 13 to 18 that will allow them to ride anywhere those bus systems go in Wake and Durham counties.
Fourth of July Fun and More!
Now Accepting Applications for the NCPK Program
2018/2019 School Year
The NC Pre-K Program is designed to provide high-quality educational experiences to enhance school readiness for eligible four-year-old children. We want all children to be successful in school. To do so they need to be prepared in all developmental areas that are critical to overall well-being and success in reading and math as they enter school. These include approaches to play and learning, emotional and social development, language development and communication, and cognitive development
Is your child eligible to participate in NC Pre-K? A child must be four-years old on or before August 31st of the program year. Low-income children that meet the age requirement are…