PITTSBORO — The North Carolina Association of Educators’ (NCAE) “We Heart Public Schools” statewide tour stops in Chatham County on Saturday, April 10th, as the “NCAE …
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PITTSBORO — The North Carolina Association of Educators’ (NCAE) “We Heart Public Schools” statewide tour stops in Chatham County on Saturday, April 10th, as the “NCAE Apple RV” will makes three stops in Chatham County for a drive-thru rally. Donations of food and household items will be collected for families in Chatham County Schools benefiting Chatham County Mutual Aid.
The “We Heart Public Schools’’ tour stops in one county each school day of the spring semester to spread the word on the value of public schools across North Carolina. NCAE’s Apple RV is currently rolling through eastern North Carolina and will finish the semester in the mountains of western N.C. in May. The Apple RV has stopped in 38 counties so far and is on pace to finish visiting its 100th county just before schools finish for the summer.
WHO: The North Carolina Association of Educators & Chatham County Association of Educators
WHAT: “We Heart Public Schools Apple RV” Tour Stop & Donation Drive for Chatham County Mutual Aid
WHEN: Saturday, April 10, starting at 10 a.m.
“During these uncertain times, the one constant has been concern for the welfare and safety of our students, staff, and community,” said Chatham County Association of Educators co-presidents Nina Eaddy and Norma Boone, who is also a Siler City commissioner. “This event affords CCAE the opportunity to partner with our community to both thank our public educators and also provide donations to our students and families who are in need through the Chatham Mutual Aid Program.
"We invite you to come out and show your support for public education in North Carolina during the NCAE’s ‘We Heart Public Schools’ Tour.”