There are 21 people signed up to speak at tonight's Wake County school board meeting.
You've got four people to talk about votes to renew the school district's school resource officer contracts with Raleigh and Cary. Based on the names listed, you'll probably hear them question the contracts.
You've got five people signed up to speak about the arrests for the Enloe High School water-balloon incident. At least some of the speakers include students who were arrested. They want the criminal charges dismissed.
You've also got nine people talking about gifted education, single subject acceleration and math placement. Speakers have been showing up at the last few school board meetings to complain about how Wake is offering single-subject acceleration in math under the new common core curriculum.
Citing the length of the agenda, school board chairman Keith Sutton said they'll take public comment for 30 minutes. This means they'd hear from all the people who are speaking about items on the agenda.
Sutton said the remaining speakers would be allowed to speak at the end of the meeting.