Wear Red for Public Ed !
 Every Wednesday 
Ask your coworkers and friends, to do  the  same.  Legislators need to be reminded that there are many North Carolinians who care deeply about our public school students and the educators who give their best to them. 
Be sure to take pictures and send them to and #Red4Ed

Kristin Beller says, 

"#JYJ (JY Joyner Elem.) showed all the way up for #Red4Ed and won the first Red4Ed county-wide competition.  Even more impressive were all the students who wore red to show love for their public school! Many thanks to Joyner's awesome PTA for letting our families know how to show that........



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