Congrats Ms. Culicerto
Please join me in congratulating Angie Culicerto on being selected as one of the 20 finalists in the school district for the UCPS Teacher of the Year. What an honor! I know that you all will also join me in wishing Angie the best of luck as she enters the next phase of the selection process.
The Duke TIP Program is currently open to interested families for the following programs:
In order for students to qualify he/she must have either a 95% or above on the EOG's OR a 125 or above on the Inview/IQ test. These scores cannot be more than 2 years old. Please see the link provided for additional information. For more information on qualifying criteria and the enrollment process please visit this link www.tip.duke.edu
Any additional questions can be answered by calling their information line at 919-668-9100.
“He led a crusade to stop segregation Soon his word spread across the nation” These are words from a poem by Alex Papageorge. You may have guessed that the “he” referenced in her poem is Martin Luther King.
Students in Señora Cass’ seventh grade Spanish classes spent time learning about the classroom. The students learned how to describe common classroom items, such a pencil, desk and computer. Eventually, with practice, the students built up their knowledge and vocabulary skills to create original sentences in Spanish using classroom items.