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6/30/2022

We expect the House, which convenes at 9am, to vote on the budget and HB 1173 today. Alex will be updating the articles as we know more.

A local organization, Food Insight Group, is working to shape the future of school food. In this 5-10 minute anonymous survey you have the opportunity to offer your thoughts and experiences to change school food for years to come. Your insight as a parent and caregiver is invaluable in the process of improving the school food experience.

NC GreenPower announced the 20 North Carolina schools who will get solar installations. It’s always fun to see more and more schools with solar on our travels!

Lots of good jobs open for those of you looking. Bellwether. NC Early Childhood Foundation. The Hunt Institute. Park Scholarships.

Here is the link to the Mountain Philosopher’s playlist. As Superintendent McDaris wishes, I too hope you have an opportunity to breathe, reflect, and (re)dedicate over the summer.

EdDaily will be paused for summer until August 1, 2022. EdNC will cover the N.C. State Board meeting on July 6-7, N.C. State Board of Community Colleges meeting on July 14-15, and the ongoing work of PEPSC.

It has been my privilege to tell the story of how you have led our students and schools through COVID. Your leadership is as inspiring as anything I have witnessed in this life. Thank you. Mebane

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Mebane Rash

Mebane Rash is the CEO and editor-in-chief of EducationNC.


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