On September 28th, members of the Wilkes County Board of Education were presented with the Golden Bell Award by the North Carolina School Board Association at their regional meeting. This distinguished award is presented to school boards when each member completes 12 or more hours of professional development training in a single year. Click below to read more!
Five sessions of Driver's Education Classes have been planned for the Fall. There is one planned for each district as well as a Saturday session to accommodate student athletes and musicians who typically have practices after school. Parent meetings are scheduled in October, and the $65 registration fee will be collected during these times. For more information, see the district calendar below or visit our Driver's Education pages on this site.
Angel Bell, a social worker at five elementary schools and one middle school, was recognized this month as the first recipient of the HOPE Award. She was selected from 11 nominees that included school counselors, nurses, and social workers. HOPE stands for Helping Other People Excel.