First part of a two-part Series on STEM
Even though some winter days are mild, the winter season is upon us. For most years, the winter in the south often means cold weather and a few snow flurries. Record snow last year changed that trend. Some are forecasting a similar winter for this year. The National Weather Service reports winter storms, snow, wind-chill, frost, ice and extreme cold are a coast-to-coast threat to the United States and its territories.
As he looked over the principals from across the Public Schools of Robeson County in November, Principal Baruti Kafele talked to the educators about helping their students by looking at the attitude gap. “As long as we are relevant and engaging, then there is a height in probability for their success,” said Kafele. “The Attitude Gap is the gap between those students who have the will to strive for academic excellence and those who do not.”
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Robeson County Shoot-Out - TBA