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James Keaten, executive director of child nutrition services at Durham Public Schools in North Carolina, diverted some of the district's USDA funds to the Farm-To-School Program, which helps schools purchase locally-grown fruits and vegetables.
I look forward to this visit, since it represents a unique commitment by the Durham Public Schools to advance the belief that every student - given the right tools, support and environment - is capable of exceeding expectations and completing a high school education," said Thom Jackson.
The goal of the project, which is to "Build Community through Story and Art," was made possible through funding from the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Duke University, and was started three years ago by LeAnne Disla as a "Stories through Murals" project with Durham Public Schools.
The Durham Public Schools (DPS) Office of Research, Development, and Accountability selected Scantron's award-winning web-based Achievement Series([R]) and Performance Series([R]) products as its integrated assessment system following a competitive review.
Parents entrust us each day with the safety of their children, and this solution aids in our ability to manage a fleet of 300 school buses on a daily basis with advanced monitoring capabilities," said Scott Denton, transportation director for Durham Public Schools.
Built adjacent to Durham Regional Hospital, the program was a collaboration funded from a bond referendum and program supported by Durham Public Schools, Duke University, Durham Technical Community College, North Carolina Central University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Fred Williams, executive director of recruitment and retention at Durham Public Schools in North Carolina, has seen similar results using the New Teacher Center model.
Its mission is to empower students in the Durham Public Schools to take ownership of their education by developing the academic and personal skills they need to realize their full potential and beyond.