School Notes: June 11.

June 9, 2014 

Michelle Lam of Green Hope High School won the annual Cary VFW Ladies Auxiliary Patriotic Art Contest. She also won the state competition and will represent North Carolina in the national competition.

COURTESY OF AMY JOHNSON

Lifelong Learning

The Wake County Public School System will offer the following classes through its Lifelong Learning Program. Details: 919-431-7593 or www.wcpss.net/adult-edu.

Athens Drive High School

• Personal Computer and Windows Introduction: 6:45-9:15 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, June 16-25, $85.

• You’re on the Air... How to Really Make It in Voice-Overs: 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, June 24, $35.

Reedy Creek Middle School

• Get Your Money in Shape: 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 17, $48.

Green Hope PTSA

The Green Hope High School PTSA in Cary is looking for officers, committee chairs and volunteers for the 2014-15 school year. For details, email Dee Deanhardt at dee@deanhardt.com.

Olive Chapel Elementary PTA earns award

The PTA of Olive Chapel Elementary School in Apex earned the Ruby Acorn Award of the North Carolina PTA for having all full-time teachers enrolled in the PTA. Olive Chapel Elementary was the only school in Wake County to receive this award.

Cary High School student earns award

The Colonel L.L. Polk Camp #1486 presented the Sons of Confederate Veterans HL Hunley Leadership Award to Cadet Joseph Jeter of the Cary High School Naval JROTC Program in May.

Holly Springs students compete in festival

The Holly Springs High School Intermediate Chorale competed in the Music in The Parks Festival on May 10 in Virginia. The chorale won first place in the Mixed Choir category, a trophy and a rating of excellent.

Feed the Bin Recycling Awards

The Wake County Feed the Bin Program gave Feed the Bin Recycling Awards to local schools. West Lake Elementary School of Apex recycled the most total pounds (18,750). Other winners included Mills Park Elementary School of Cary and Holly Springs High School.

Classroom Technology Awards

Wake Electric will accept applications from teachers for the Classroom Technology Awards grant program through Monday, Sept. 15. Grants of up to $3,000 are available. For details or to apply, call 919-863-6312 or 1-800-474-6300, email communications@wemc.com or go to www.wemc.com/classawards.aspx.

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