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LATEST LL1885 POSTS
- Iredell Public Schools sub arrested for pot and alcohol at school
- Former WCPSS teacher arrested for attempting sex with student
- Lawsuit settlement in case involving Gaston teacher accused of student abuse
- Robeson substitute arrested on child abuse, strangulation charges
- Cabarrus teacher license revoked following 2022 arrest
- Nash County schools employee charged with sex crimes involving students
- Franklin County schools sub charged with sex crimes
- Lenoir teacher charged after video showed her beating students with cord
- Wake County assistant principal charged with DWI
- Guilford high school teacher arrested for statutory rape, indecent liberties (UPDATED)
Tag Archives: Wake County
Told Ya To Gird That Wallet…
I told folks back in November, with the election of an all Democrat Board of Commissioners in Wake County, your taxes are about to go up.
The day after the election the newly elected Commissioners were already talking about digging into the taxpayer’s wallet.
Now factor in the Commissioners are working hand in hand with the drama-ridden and Democrat held Wake County school board. Here come the tax hikes, here come the bond referendums.
KEEP READING…. Continue reading
Posted in A.P. Dillon (LL1885), EDUCATION, Moral Monday, POLITICS NC, Wake County School Board Tagged Wake County, Wake County Board of Commissioners Comments Off on Told Ya To Gird That Wallet…
Wake Cty Sheriff Race Brings In Social Justice Rhetoric
Wake County Sheriff candidate Willie Rowe made a statement captured by the News and Observer that caught my eye. Emphasis added is mine:
“I am a 28-year veteran of the sheriff’s office,” Rowe said during a meeting with the editorial board of The News & Observer. “In my 28 years, I have seen first-hand the impact crime has on families, communities and the future. I want to partner together with the community to improve public safety, close the revolving door to jail and shut down the school-to-prison pipeline.”
GEE, We’ve heard that one before. Continue reading
Posted in A.P. Dillon (LL1885), ELECTIONS, Video Tagged Wake County 2 Comments
Wake Cty Schools “Strategic Plan”? More Common Core.
The Wake county public school system (WCPSS) is revising their strategic plan yet again. Work began on this new plan sometime back in February of this year and now WCPSS is having a kick-off of sorts. On Friday, WCPSS held a forum about the “Community Vision For Wake Children”.
The news report from WRAL says a whole lot of nothing about what this new strategic plan entails. Parents who are just finding out about it on their site will have to fire up Google to figure out what this event was about – or read my article. The WRAL video segment has an interview in it of Superintendent Merrill, where he seems to be choosing his words very carefully.
Only the N&O seemed to have a story (behind their pay wall) on this “Community Vision” event prior to the event itself. No big advertising of this event, much like the Wake Superintendent’s Direct Line forum, was done. That Superintendent Direct Line forum had maybe a dozen people show up at any of the given locations. The one I attended was similar, but that didn’t stop nearly every speaker from speaking out against the Common Core. You can read about that Direct Line forum and watch the videos here. At any rate, WCPSS might want to re-think the ‘less-is-more’ strategy of attracting parents to their event. Continue reading
Posted in Common Core, EDUCATION Tagged Wake County, Wake County School Board, Wake County Schools Comments Off on Wake Cty Schools “Strategic Plan”? More Common Core.
Letter To Wake Cty Superintendent
The proposed budget came out for Wake County Schools. I had some questions, so I popped off a letter, which I have included below. It’s worth noting I also ask about the NC Large District Superintendent Consortium, of which I have an active FOIA request currently in process. I also ask about the ambitious raise of 3.5% Merrill highlights. I’m pleased to see that, however how is it structured exactly? It would be more frustration and a shame to see the rug get pulled out from under teachers again, so that is one question I ask. Continue reading
Posted in Common Core, EDUCATION Tagged Wake County 3 Comments
Wake County District Attorney Candidate (Updated)
I noticed I had a new follower on Twitter today. Jefferson Griffin. We’ve got a new DA Candidate for Wake County, folks.
Bio Link: http://www.jeffersongriffin.com/JeffersonGriffinBio.pdf
Quick excerpt related to Wake County:
Jefferson returned to Wake County in 2010 when he was hired by District Attorney Colon Willoughby to be a prosecutor. Here in Wake County, Jefferson has prosecuted traffic matters,driving while impaired cases, armed robberies and kidnappings, domestic violence, and homicides. Continue reading
Posted in LEGAL, POLITICS NC Tagged Wake County 2 Comments
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