It’s August, and that means it’s back-to-school time…as much as kids and teachers may hate to hear it. Here’s a round-up of things you need to know to have a successful back-to-school season.
The Wake County Public School System serves the children living in the Holding Village subdivision. The district has been awarded national district of the year once, national district of the year finalist four times, and NC district of the year six times by THE NEED Project Youth Awards for Energy Achievement.
Our students specifically feed into Wake Forest Elementary, Wake Forest Middle School, and Wake Forest High School. By following these links, you can find all the information available for the schools – from academics and athletics to activities and faculty – to set this school year up to be the best yet. Have a child going into the elementary school? Get the school supply list here. Middle school? Their supply list can be found here.
The first day of school this year is Monday, August 26; all important dates for the school year can be found on their school calendar. Parents can ensure their children are dressing appropriately for school by checking out the district’s dress code. There’s even a homework resources page on the district’s website, should you need help helping your child!
Setting your child up for success often starts with their education. Living in Holding Village, one of Wake Forest’s top new home subdivisions, puts them in a top-notch school system. Ready to find your Holding Village home? Contact us today!