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BREAKING: Carver Heights Transfer Into ISD Is Approved

The State Board of Education voted Thursday and approved the transfer of Carver Heights Elementary School into the N.C. Innovative School District.

This is a developing story and further details will be provided.

5 Comments

  1. Slim says:

    County not interested in no school but rosewood. Every student that grin in the princble face buddy buddy get those scholarship . I know that for sure. Fool my child to come there instead of Goldsboro so she be notice of her smartness. Even sent bus to pick up 26 peoples in the area. After 1 year no bus. Had to find a way there. A honor roll beta club there..even the teacher call her the n word once .school never did a THING. I did after that . let him know . all the scholarship went to you know who. Fool the smart kids there to make rosewood look good like they teach so much. Lie. Already smart. Send the rest that’s not to school like this to down grade it . not right. No other ever talk about wonder why. Wayne don’t help them with better equipment.

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  2. Jesus says:

    Nice job parents. Congratulations.
    “Sarcasm”

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  3. Taxpayer says:

    How does it work? They run the school? What happens to the current faculty? Who approves their budget? Who pays for it? What happens with the administrators WCPS replaced and created new positions for? What happens to the new people WCPS brought in to turn the school around?

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  4. kialboots says:

    All they do is dumb down the education to make it look good..

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