Kristin Cooper is honored to serve as First Lady of North Carolina, the state she has called home for nearly three decades. As first lady, Kristin is using her voice and her platform to champion the well-being of children in North Carolina. As a mom, attorney, and guardian ad litem
We are saddened to inform you that our meeting Teachers Lead: From the Chalkboard to Remote Learning scheduled 6:00 PM tonight has been canceled due to a death in the family of our speaker. Teachers Lead: From Chalkboards to Remote Learning
May 15 is the 150th anniversary of the National Woman Suffrage Association, formed by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony in 1869. At the time, the 15th Amendment was being considered, granting voting rights to African-American men, but not to women. Stanton and Anthony argued fiercely that the only
Nurse Appreciation Week May 12 is the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. During the Crimean War, Nightingale and her team reduced a British military hospital’s death rate from 42 percent to 2 percent, mostly by introducing sanitary reforms SALT’s “Theologian’s Almanac,” a weekly selection of important
May is traditionally dedicated to Teacher Appreciation as graduation and promotions occur and students move on to their next academic or vocational challenge. This year, however, teachers faced quickly transitioning from face to face instructions to facilitators of online learning. Thank you!
April is National Month of Hope As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the Globe, it seems ironic that April is declared the National Month of Hope. During the closing of March, North Carolinians witnessed the initial stages of this pandemic as the number of infections rose and stay at home