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Top 20 salaries in the Wake County school system

Who makes the most money in the Wake County school system?

That's one of the questions that the Charlotte Observe looked at as part of a Sunday article on six-figures salaries in Wake and Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools. Wake had 99 employees making at least $100,000 with 60 of them being principals.

This compares to 103 Wake employees with six-figure salaries in 2010, 112 in 2009 and 99 in 2008.

Seeking new times for professional learning teams

Could Wake County teachers be meeting in the mornings this fall instead of in the afternoons for their professional learning community time?

That's an idea being explored by school board member John Tedesco. In that scenario, teachers would meet in the mornings with the possibility of delaying the start of classes.

Whether that option will be doable this fall is a question.

UPDATE

See end of post for links to three of the school PLT presentations.

Familiar face at Holly Springs High

Two Northern Wake high schools are getting new principals and a familiar face of reassignment will be filling at another school.

Ramey Beavers will become the interim principal of Holly Springs High. He's filling in for Luther Johnson, who has been hospitalized with an illness.

Beavers was the senior director in charge of growth management from 1997 to 2006. He was the person out there announcing the reassignment plan each year before he retired in 2006.

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