Erik Mortensen from Watauga High School for “Continuing Automotive Upgrades” that will keep this program’s inventory current with the latest technology to ensure students will enter the workforce or post-secondary institution with the skills necessary to succeed.
The Watauga Education Foundation invites you to join us on Friday, April 1st from 4:30pm – 7:00pm at the Jones House in Downtown Boone for the 2022 Shooting Stars Visual Arts Reception and Musical Showcase!
The annual event features the artwork and musical talent of students from the Watauga County Public School System. Selected artwork will be displayed at the Jones House for the entire month of April.
Thank you to the many Watauga Education Foundation friends and sponsors for their continued support and organization of Shooting Stars, including Watauga County Schools faculty, staff, and administration.
Those interested in supported the WEF mission are encouraged to contact President Erika Hudspeth at Watauga Education Foundation firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brenda Blalock of Mabel School to purchase “New Books to Build Proficient Readers.” Grant funds will be used to purchase newer, more up-to-date reading materials to focus on reading accuracy, comprehension, and fluency. The two sets will include 18 leveled books each, along with a classroom starter pack, Teacher’s guide, and test evidence questions for the reading specialist.